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ADOLF HITLER

PHOTO GALLERY





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    Adolf Hitler signed photo.

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Since 1922, Julius Schreck has driven more than a hundred thousand kilometers with Adolf Hitler. He is the only man the Nazi leader trusted to do his driving. Schreck died in Munich May 16, 1936. He is shown here with Hitler in this undated photo in the official Nazi Mercedes automobile.

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Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany, is shown with his chief lieutenant, Field Marshal Hermann Goering, man of many uniforms and high offices, March 7, 1938. In this picture, Goering holds the field marshal's baton which Hitler had presented him.

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Because, it was explained It's Hitler's Birthday, the Nazi Emblem fluttered outside the offices of the Hamburg American Line, 57 Broadway, New York City, April 22, 1935. On one side also flew the red, white and black flag of Imperial Germany. Above was the American flag.

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This is Adolf Hitler with his class as he attended high school at the age of 14, c. 1904. Hitler is at the extreme right in the upper row.

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In this picture made by Adolf Hitler's photographer, Heinrich Hofmann, Hitler congratulates a group of German soldiers January 24, 1940 in Berlin who awarded the Iron Cross for service in the front.

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Adolf Hitler and Richard Wagner's granddaughter are shown in this undated image. Wagner's operas celebrate the triumph and tragedy of mythical Germanic heroes, with bold, stirring music. Among those inspired by the Teutonic dramas: Adolf Hitler. The granddaughter is not identified. (AP Photo)

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, emphasizing his points with clenched fists, is pictured addressing the gathering of his staff chiefs at the giant Nazi demonstration held in Nuremberg, Germany, September 13, 1933.

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Adolf Hitler is shown being cheered as he rides through the streets of Munich, Germany, November 9, 1933, during the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the National Socialist movement.

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The Reichstag Plebiscite campaign reached its grand finale with Hitler's appearance at Cologne, Germany, March 28, 1936. For the first time since the demilitarization of the Rhineland, Chancellor Adolf Hitler reviewed the army at Cologne.

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This picture shows Adolf Hitler, German Chancellor, inspecting the guard of Honor that met him as he arrived by plane at Venice, Italy, June 14, 1933, to confer with Benito Mussolini, Italian premier, who is shown at the extreme right.

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Chancellor Adolf Hitler, Nazi leader, is shown in the right front seat of his Mercedes automobile as he drove to the Reichstag, January 30, 1934, to deliver the address celebrating the end of his first year in power.

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Fuhrer Adolf Hitler and Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda, at the right of Hitler, are shown as they visited an exhibition of Aryan German art in Munich July 10, 1938. Hitler officially opened the exhibit.

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The German army is shown standing at attention, massed in impressive squares, during the funeral service held for the late President Paul Von Hindenburg, at Tannenberg, Germany, August 7, 1934. Chancellor Adolf Hitler can be seen in the foreground as he advances among the wreaths stacked on the ground.

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Birthday greetings were extended to Reichsfuhrer Adolf Hitler, April 20, 1935, in Berlin by means of more parades and more idolatry. The Nazi leader is shown acknowledging salutes from the window of the Chancellory.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler is shown at a movie premiere in Berlin, Germany, February 15, 1933.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler is shown in May of 1937. Location unknown.

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Crowds cheer the arrival of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler at Templehoff Airport in Berlin, May 1, 1935, where he delivered a speech on Germany's National Labor Day.

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Hundreds of thousands of Nazis take part in a huge demonstration in the Luitpold Arena, Nuremberg, Germany, Sept. 9, 1934 under leadership of Adolf Hitler. Der Fuhrer is the center man of the three in foreground.

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Adolf Hitler, leader of the National Socialists, emerges from the party's Munich headquarters on December 5, 1931. Hitler predicted his Nazi party would one day control Germany. (AP Photo)

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This is a 1916 photo of Corporal Adolf Hitler of the German Army.

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Nazi party members salute during an assembly March 18, 1938 in Berlin. Hitler never governed from the Reichstag building, which was gutted by fire in 1933. But he planned to keep the building as part of a new government complex he wanted to build for the Nazi capital, to be renamed Germania. On the stage at the left first row from right to left is Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess, J. von Ribbentrop, Minister Frick, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Baron von Neurath.

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This is one of the last pictures taken of Adolf Hitler in his bunker in Berlin in 1945 as he shakes hands with Col. General Schoerner, appointed commander-in-chief of the Wehrmacht in Hitler's last will and testament. In doorway is Hitler's adjustant, Julius Schaub.

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Adolf Hitler's private secretary and top aide, Martin Bormann, is seen in this undated file photo. The remains Bormann were buried in the Baltic Sea two weeks ago to prevent a memorial site in Germany, Der Spiegel magazine said, Sunday, Aug. 29, 1999.

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Adolf Hitler's private secretary and top aide, Martin Bormann, is seen in this undated file photo. The remains Bormann were buried in the Baltic Sea two weeks ago to prevent a memorial site in Germany, Der Spiegel magazine said, Sunday, Aug. 29, 1999.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler gestures during a speech in May 1937 at an unknown location in Germany. Hitler helped form the Nazi Party in 1919. He became the dictator of Germany in 1933. In 1939, he invaded Poland and began World War II. The Fuhrer of the Third Reich committed suicide on April 30, 1945, with his wife, Eva Braun. Germany surrendered on May 7, 1945.

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With Dr. Joseph Goebbels at his side, left, Adolf Hitler addresses a Nazi campaign rally in Berlin's Lustgarden, April 4, 1932.

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German president Paul von Hindenburg, left and chancellor Adolf Hitler ride through the crowd during a May Day rally, May 1, 1933 in Berlin's Lustgarden. Upon Hindenburg's death in 1934, Hilter immediately seized power.

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Reichs marshal Herman Goering congradulates the Fuehrer Adolf Hitler on his birthday, June 3, 1943 in Germany.


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German chancellor Adolf Hitler speaks to his staff at Reichstag in Berlin on Feb. 20, 1938. Also at the stage is Rudolf Hess, J. von Ribbentrop, Minister Frick, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Baron von Neurath.

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Hitler youth honor an unknown soldier by forming a swastika symbol on Aug. 27, 1933 in Germany.

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Adolf Hitler lays the cornerstone to the scheduled people's car factory at Fallersleben near Hanover, Germany, May 26, 1938. The plant is to produce the "cheap people's" car, supposedly the cheapest car in the world. Second at right of Hitler is the constructor of the Volkswagen, Dr. Porsche.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, left, reaches out to people below him to deliver autographs at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany.

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Adolf Hitler, Austrian-born dictator of Germany, proclaims to the crowds in Hofburg Square, Vienna, March 15, 1938, that Austria and Germany are one, "once and forever indivisable."

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Adolf Hitler drives triumphantly through Asch, Germany as he is cheered by thousands who lined the streets decorated with Nazi banners, Oct. 3, 1938.

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Adolf Hitler enters the city limits of Vienna, Austria on March 14, 1938.

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German chancellor and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler stands in his car and reviews a parade of his bodyguards in front of the Reichs Chancellory on Wilhelmstrasse in Berlin on Jan. 30, 1938. It is the fifth anniversary of the National-Socialist regime. On the left is Hitler's deputy reichsminister Rudolf Hess and on the right is Heinrich Himmler, chief of German police.

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Nearly 100,000 Nazi storm troopers are gathered at Luitpold arena to listen to a speech by Third Reich Fuehrer Adolf Hitler on "Brown Shirt Day" at the annual convention of the Natioanl Socialist German Workers' Party, or Nazi, in Nuremberg, Germany, on Sept. 20, 1936.

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Nazi troops, wearing steel helmets and carrying Nazi emblems, march before German chancellor Adolf Hitler at Nuremberg, Germany on Sept.17, 1936. Spectators along the sidewalk and at the windows above give the Nazi salute to the parading soldiers. The buildings are decorated with Nazi flags that are two stories high, emblems and swastikas.

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This is a photo of German chancellor Adolf Hitler's mountain retreat in the Bavarian Alps at Berchtesgaden, Germany in 1938. England's prime minister Neville Chamberlain is expected to fly to this home on Sept. 15, 1938, for a conference on the European crisis.

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This photo shows German chancellor Adolf Hitler's mountain retreat in the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden on July 7, 1934. Hitler retires here to think things over about his government.

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This photo shows the study room of German chancellor Adolf Hitler at his Bavarian mountain-top home at Berchtesgaden on Jan. 1, 1939.

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German chancellor Adolf Hitler pets his dog, left, at his mountain-top retreat in the Bavarian Alps at Berchtesgaden, Germany in 1935. His guests are not identified.

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Angela Hammitzsch, right, listens to her brother, the German chancellor Adolf Hitler, giving a speech at Reichenberg on Dec. 2, 1938. Sitting with Frau Hammitzsch are Frau Mutschmann, left, the wife of the Governor of Thuringia, and Frau Henlein, wife of the Sudeten Nazi leader.

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The German Aviatrix and Captain Hanna Reitsch shakes hands with German chancellor Adolf Hitler after being awarded the Iron Cross second class at the Reich Chancellory in Berlin, Germany in April 1941, for her service in the development of airplane armament instruments during World War II. In back, center is Reichsmarshal Hermann Goering. At the extreme right is Lt. Gen. Karl Bodenschatz of the German air ministry.

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German chancellor Adolf Hitler receives Czech premier Joseph Tiso, left, in the Reich's Chancellory in Berlin, Germany on March 14, 1939. Czecho-Slovakia was desolved and taken under the "protection" of the Third Reich during World War II.

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German chancellor Adolf Hitler greets a young boy on a street in Berlin, Germany on March 6, 1934. The youngster is wearing the uniform of Hitler's storm troopers.

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Italian Dictator Benito Mussolini greets German Chancellor Adolf Hitler upon Hitler's arrival to the airport in Venice, Italy on June 14, 1934.

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German chancellor Adolf Hitler speaks to 30,000 uniformed Nazi storm troopers at Kiel, Germany on May 7, 1933. He condemned the "1918 traitors" of World War I, accusing them of losing the war for Germany. Others are unidentified.

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This is an April 1938 photo of Haus Wachenfeld, Bavarian home to German chancellor Adolf Hitler. Hitler decorated this room with furnishings and a costly original Gobelin tapestry.

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East Berlin workers with heavy equipment are ripping the remnants of former German chancellor Adolf Hitler's concrete bunker system in Berlin, Germany on July 18, 1988. Hitler committed suicide along with his wife Eva Braun in that bunker at the end of World War II.

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A Nazi parade marches by party leader Adolf Hitler in Adolf Hitler Square in Nuremberg, Germany on Sept. 13, 1936.

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German chancellor and Nazi party leader Adolf Hitler stands at the podium as he addresses leaders and members of the Nazi party organization in Munich, Germany on Nov. 8, 1934. They are gathered in the Munich restaurant where Hitler staged the unsuccessful coup attempt known as the Beer Hall Putsch to take control of the Bavarian state government on Nov. 8, 1923. This gathering, eleven years later, is in honor of the Nazis who were killed in the failed "putsch."

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German Chancellor and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler, left, and Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini review lines of seamen aboard one of the Italian warships at Naples, Italy on May 7, 1938. The leaders watched a sea display of Italian naval power when 200 warships indulged in maneuvers in the bay.

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Norwegian right-wing leader Vidkun Quisling, left, meets with Adolf Hitler in this January 1945 photo. Partially obscured at right is Martin Bormann, Hitler's secretary.

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Thomas J. Watson, head of IBM and president of the International Chamber of Commerce and members of the board of the ICC meet with Adolph Hitler at The Reich Chancellory in Berlin, Germany, during the ninth congress of the ICC in this July 12, 1937 photo. A lawsuit alleges U.S. computer giant IBM took part in "crimes against humanity" by allowing its machines to be used in Nazi death camps. Left to right are Hitler; Watson; R. Schmidt, interpreter; A. Frohwein of Germany; Van Vlissingen, of Holland and former president of the ICC, and Lord Riverdale (Sir Arthur Balfour), president of the British Association of Chambers of Commerce.

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Representatives of Germany and France meet at Compiegne Forest, France, in the railroad dining car to discuss armistice terms on June 21, 1940 during World War II. Fuehrer of the German Reich, Adolf Hitler, is seated at left center. The others are not identified. The armistice agreement between the German High Command of the armed forces and the French plenipotentiaries was signed on June 22.

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German Chancellor and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler speaks to the Hitler Youth at the Nuremberg stadium during the annual Nazi Party rally in Germany on Sept. 11, 1937. In attendance are some 48,000 male youth and 5,000 female youth. Standing behind Hitler is Rudolf Hess, left, and Youth leader Baldur Von Schirach, wearing hat.

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German dictator Adolf Hitler, right, with his adjutant Julius Schaub, surveys damage to his chancellery in Berlin in April 1945. First published by the Berlin magazine Illustrated Telegraf, the picture is among the last photos showing Hitler alive near the end of World War II.

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Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini, left, and German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, right, stand in an automobile as they visit the Russian front in Sept. 1941 during World War II.

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Italian Premier Benito Mussolini, left, wearing light uniform, and German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, right, stroll somewhere behind the German-Russian front during their 4-day meeting beginning Aug. 25, 1941.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, leaning out of a train window, exchanges parting words with Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini after their meeting at Brenner Pass in Oct. 1940.

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Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler, front with mustache, is shown with other German officials walking in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France in 1940. The others are not identified.

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The Duke of Windsor, Edward VIII, fourth from left, and the Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson, third from left, are shown as they visit German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, fifth from left, at his home in Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps, Germany. Standing next to Hitler at right is Dr. Robert Ley, head of the German Labor Front, and guide of the Windsors on many industrial visits during their tour throughout the country in October 1937.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler greets the victims of labour before the opening ceremony of the new highway between Dresden and Meerane, Germany on June 25, 1937.

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German Chancellor and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler is shown in this official 1937 photo.

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Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler addresses a crowd of 80,000 workers gathered in the Lustgarten at noon on May Day in Berlin, Germany, May 1, 1936.

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Adolf Hitler, left, shakes hands with Alfred Czech, 12-year-old Hitler Youth soldier, after the young veteran of battles in Pomerania and upper and lower Silesia was awarded the Iron Cross at Hitler's headquarters in Germany on Mach 19, 1945.

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A deceased honory ceremony is being held during the "Reichstag" in Nuremberg with Adolf Hitler, second right, in this Sept. 15, 1935, photo.

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German Chancellor and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler addresses a large gathering in Nuremberg, Germany, on Aug. 10, 1938.

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German Chancellor and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler salutes his youth from an open car as he leaves the stadium gathering in Nuremberg, Germany, on Sept. 10, 1938. Some 52,000 members of the Hitler Youth organization, many from Austria, and 5,000 members of the Nazi-led League of German Girls filled the stadium.

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German Chancellor and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler, wearing Swastika armband, talks with Walther Von Brauchitsch, left, Supreme Commander of the Army Col. Gen., and Gen. Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of the High Command of the Army, at the annual Nazi convention in Nuremberg, Germany, on Sept. 12, 1938.

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German Chancellor and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler addresses his soldiers after watching a parade of Storm Troopers of the National Socialist Party on closing day of the annual convention of the Nazi gathering in Nuremberg, Germany, on Sept. 12, 1938.

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German Chancellor and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler, accompanied by Nazi Party officials, views the ruins of an unidentified German town in 1945 during World War II. This photo is from a captured German film.

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German dictator Adolf Hitler, left, and Italian dictator Benito Mussolini meet at the airfield in Venice, Italy, on June 14, 1934.

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German Chancellor and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler reviews his troops at the annual convention of the National Socialist German Workers' Party in Nuremberg, Germany, on Sept. 12, 1938. At left is German police and military leader Heinrich Himmler.

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Baldur von Schirach, leader of the Hitler Youth organization, speaks on the occasion of making Admiral Adolf von Trotha honorary leader of the Marine Division of the Youth of Staatsrat in Germany on Feb. 19, 1935. Adm. Von Trotha is seated at left, under Hitler's portrait, and next to him is Admiral Erich Raeder, commander-in-chief of the German Navy.

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German Chancellor and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler salutes the guard outside his home after he received the Polish Ambassador, Joesph Lipski, in Berlin, Germany, Nov. 1934.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler shakes hands with figure skating champion Sonja Henie of Norway following her exhibition at the Sports Palace in Berlin, Germany, Feb. 22, 1934. Seated at right is Nazi Propaganda Minister Dr. Joseph Goebbels.

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National Socialist Party leader Adolf Hitler raises his right hand in the Fascist salute during a meeting with the Nazi delegates to the Reichstag in the Hotel Kaiserhof in Berlin, Germany, 1932. From left are, Hermann Goering, Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Hitler, Gregor Strasser and Wilhelm Stoehr.

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This photo taken in London Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2002 shows an inside page of a counterfeit passport of Adolf Hitler with his photo. The fake passport is among previously secret documents released Friday by the Public Record Office.

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Nearly 100,000 Nazi storm troopers carry banners and standards featuring the black swastika, symbolizing the Nazi movement, at the annual convention of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP) at the Luitpold arena in Nuremberg, Germany, Sept. 20, 1936. The soldiers listened to a speech given by their leader Adolf Hitler.

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Armin Dieter Lehmann, second from right, appears in this 1944 photo taken at a Hitler Youth camp counselor school near Prague. Lehmann, as a Hitler Youth, had encounters not just with Hitler, but also with Eva Braun, Martin Bormann and others within Hitler's inner circle.

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Members of the German Reichstag and high ranking officials salute German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, left in light coat, at the beginning of his speech on the first anniversary of his taking over the government in the Reich in Berlin, Germany, Jan. 30, 1934.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler delivers his May Day address to an assembly of 1,500,000 Nazi Germans who marched to Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, Germany, to take part in the celebration of Germany's national labor day on May 1, 1935.

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This image made available Wednesday July 3, 2002 from a cinema advert produced by campaigners opposed to the introduction of the Euro into the UK features a brief appearance by comedian Rik Mayall portraying Adolf Hitler as a supporter of the European single currency. The ad urging Britons to oppose membership in the single European currency began airing in movie theaters Tuesday, prompting criticism from several legislators and a Jewish leader.

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One day after the formal capitulation of France, Adolf Hitler is posing in Paris with the Eiffel Tower in the background, on June 23, 1940. He is accompanied by Albert Speer, German Reichsminister of armaments and Hitler's chief architect, left, and Arno Breker, professor of visual arts in Berlin and Hitler's favorite sculptor, right. An unknown cameraman seen in the foreground is filming the event.

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Adolf Hitler speaks from behind a custom-made bullet-proof glass screen as he addresses a crowd prior to the launching of Germany's new warship, Admiral von Tirpitz, at Wilhelmshaven, Germany, April 2, 1938.

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, left, who is surrounded by his Nazi officers, talks to a group of Polish-Germans after the German invasion of Poland in Sept. 1939 at the start of World War II.

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Two members, left, of the Nazi Party sign an American wanting to join the Nazi movement in the New York headquarters of the German National Socialist Party, April 1, 1932. A portrait of the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler hangs on the wall at left.

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Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini, left, and Adolf Hitler shake hands as they say goodbye at the train station after their meeting in April 1944 during World War II.

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German leader Adolf Hitler shakes hands with Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini as they say goodbye after the dicatators met for a conference in Rastenburg, Prussia, July 22, 1944 during World War II. Hitler met with Mussolini shortly after the attempted bomb assassination July 20, from which he escaped with an injury to his right arm and a loss of hearing. At right is Third Reich's Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop and Reichs Marshal Hermann Goering.

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With a torn picture of his "Fuehrer" beside his clenched fist, a general of the Volkssturm, Hitler's last-stand home defense forces, lies dead on the floor in the city hall of Leipzig, on April 19, 1945. He commited suicide rather than face the U.S. troops capturing the city.

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If it is true that Adolf Hitler did not believe in the multi cultural society then he must indeed have been a genius compared to the political leaders that inhibits our time and there is no wonder they want him ostracized.

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Adolf Hitler and Colonel General Hermann Goering on the grand stand in the stadium watching the events on the field, August 2, 1936 at the Olympics in Berlin.

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An Aug. 5,1941 photo of Adolf Hitler, fuhrer of Germany.

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German peasants crowd around Adolf Hitler's car to get a good view of their leader as he drives into Berchtesgaden September 9, 1934 to give a speech in connection with the convention of the National Socialist Party.

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British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, on his way to see Adolf Hitler to discuss peace or war, finds a broad smile for a German Army officer saluting him on his arrival at Berchtesgaden. Center is Foreign Minister Joachim Von Ribbentrop and (with his back to camera) Dr. Meissner, Minister of State. January 26, 1938

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A general view of the opening ceremony of the XI Olympic Games at the Lustgarten in Berlin, on August 1, 1936. The photo shows Dr. Joseph Goebbels delivering his opening speech. Behind him, Reichs Minister Rudolf Hess. In the back row from left to right: the leader of the Hitler Youth, Baldur von Schirach and Reichs Sports leader Hans von Tschammer und Osten. In the second row, the leader of the German automobile sports Adolf Huehlein and standing behind him, in a dark suit, States Secretary, Walther Funk.

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Adolf Hitler is shown sitting in his new Mercedes, a gift he received on his 50th birthday, in Berlin in this April 20, 1939 photo. A new Mercedes-Benz museum in Vance, Ala., treads lightly around the subject of World War II. There is no mention of Nazis, no pictures of Mercedes-built war machinery. Instead, there are sketchy references to the wartime economy, to rebuilding after an apocalyptic fight. ``This is a museum about the history of our cars, not the world," said Andreas Renschler, president of Mercedes-Benz U.S. International.

[ 本帖最后由 UNBREAKABLE 于 2006-11-10 12:41 编辑 ]
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发表于 2006-11-10 12:22:26 | 显示全部楼层
这里不欢迎纳粹的崇拜者,建议不要在论坛里发这些东西~
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发表于 2006-11-10 12:30:39 | 显示全部楼层
恩,这个人是历史的一部分,尽管我们想躲避他,但是永远躲不掉他的阴影。其实我看完这个帖子,是想删的,但楼主只是发照片,并没散播种族言论,因此此主题先保留,但是一旦有任何散播纳粹宣扬纳粹的举动,都会予以相应惩罚。
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发表于 2006-11-10 12:34:19 | 显示全部楼层
呵呵~~同意.
历史已成既定事实,无法抹去,但是绝对不要让悲剧重演~
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 楼主| 发表于 2006-11-10 12:46:50 | 显示全部楼层
原帖由 朔风 于 2006-11-10 12:30 发表
恩,这个人是历史的一部分,尽管我们想躲避他,但是永远躲不掉他的阴影。其实我看完这个帖子,是想删的,但楼主只是发照片,并没散播种族言论,因此此主题先保留,但是一旦有任何散播纳粹宣扬纳粹的举动,都会予以 ...

我刚刚把描述补上
多谢朔风提醒····
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 楼主| 发表于 2006-11-10 12:57:08 | 显示全部楼层
只是对图片描述
没有宣扬举动
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发表于 2006-11-10 13:01:37 | 显示全部楼层
呵呵,93图。。。
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发表于 2006-11-10 15:10:11 | 显示全部楼层
原帖由 UNBREAKABLE 于 2006-11-10 12:57 发表
只是对图片描述
没有宣扬举动

作为文史资料,我还是要感谢阁下的支持.很多照片也属于比较稀少的.不过就象前面几位说的,我们论坛不鼓励宣扬纳粹种族至上理论.
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发表于 2006-11-10 23:06:26 | 显示全部楼层
头一次看到这么多AH的照片。包括几张举措搞笑的。。。。。。
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