This is coolbert:
From the story as seen in Freeper and Daily Beast. And as has been the subject of a previous blog entry.
"World War II’s Strangest Battle: When Americans and Germans Fought Together"
"The most extraordinary things about Stephen Harding's The Last Battle, a truly incredible tale of World War II, are that it hasn’t been told before in English, and that it hasn’t already been made into a blockbuster Hollywood movie . . . on 5 May 1945—five days after Hitler’s suicide—three Sherman tanks from the 23rd Tank Battalion of the U.S. 12th Armored Division under the command of Capt. John C. ‘Jack’ Lee Jr., liberated an Austrian castle called Schloss Itter in the Tyrol, a special prison that housed various French VIPs, including the ex-prime ministers Paul Reynaud and Eduard Daladier and former commanders-in-chief Generals Maxime Weygand and Paul Gamelin, amongst several others."
AND GERMAN TROOPS OF THE WEHRMACHT ASSISTING THE LIBERATION!
HAS ALREADY BEEN MADE INTO A MOVIE OR A REASONABLE FACSIMILE THEREOF.
"CASTLE KEEP" WITH BURT LANCASTER."
* Daladier with Chamberlain having negotiated the Munich Agreement with Hitler.
* Gamelin it has been suggested during the Battle of France  his action treasonous. Evidently this was not the case.
NOW YOU KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY [FACT CAN BE AND IS STRANGER THAN FICTION] AND YOU ARE SO MUCH THE BETTER FOR IT!