Henry Kissinger grew up in Nazi Germany and made his career in the U. S., where he became the world's top foreign affairs expert. He played an important role in Vietnam, China, the Soviet Union, the Middle East. He worked with Nixon and Ford, met Mao and Brezhnev. He won the Nobel Peace Prize - and is still controversial to this day. Kissinger speaks about his life here for the first time. With revealing comments by George W. Bush, Helmut Schmidt, Alexander Haig and other contemporary witnesses.