The scene is rarely used in parodies.
After Mohnke proposes that Gerda and Traudl split from his group and try and break through the advancing Soviets, Günsche is seen by a window on an upper level of the building where the party is camped in, scouting for the Soviets over the smoke-filled horizon.
On the ground, German combatants are already destroying their weapons. Günsche scopes again, acquiring sight of the Soviets, and see the German men throwing their weapons on the ground and offering no resistance. He immediately runs through a narrow corridor of the building and reports to Mohnke of the situation.
Mohnke estimates the Soviets' will reach their location in about an hour, and poses to his men on a course of action. Stehr proposes they shoot their remaining bullets. Schenck points out its futility, but Stehr stresses that the SS cannot outlive the Führer. When asked, most of the men, including Hewel raises their hands in agreement to the plan, leaving Schenck shaking his head.
In the parodies
This scene is rarely used in parodies on its own. However, the part where Günsche uses his binoculars and runs through the narrow corridor is used in many feature length parodies, such as The Enemy Within and Hitler and the Last Witch.
German soldiers gathered in a plaza
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Traudl and Peter walk past the Soviets