You’ve all seen the “Hitler finds out” Downfall parodies.
(And if you haven’t, search YouTube. For more on these parodies, there is a wiki that has a page specifically for the bunker scene.)
You could get the basic idea what was really going on even if you didn’t understand the words. Hitler was waiting on a Wehrmacht counter-attack to save Berlin, and this is where his generals tell him that it simply didn’t happen. Hitler finally knows, as they all do, that this is the end. He blames everyone but himself.
But it’s important to know the actual words. Here is the scene with the real English translation:
These parodies usually begin about half a minute later. This one begins at a scene immediately before it, when the secretaries are asking about the situation. This gives you a little bit of context as to why one of them cries in the next scene.
It was General Wilhelm Burgdorf that you see defending the honor of the troops. Hitler might only have been blaming the generals there — I don’t know — but it was nice to see somebody finally speaking up about something.