Adolf Hitler’s bodyguard for most of World War II died Thursday in Berlin at 96.
Rochus Misch, who affectionately called the Nazi leader “boss,” was the last remaining witness to the Hitler’s final hours in a Berlin bunker, according to the AP.
In a 2005 interview with the AP, Misch said Hitler was “a very normal man.”
“He was no brute. He was no monster. He was no superman,” he said at the time.