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  1. Here’s a collection of 50 rare photographs of Adolf Hitler from his birth to his suicade at the end of World War II. Hitler and Goering were passionate collectors of art. Hitler with Emmy and Edda Goering, 1940. Emmy Göring was a German actress, the second wife of Hermann Göring. Hitler during imprisonment at Landsberg Prison.

  2. The last photo taken of Hitler. After it all ended. Russians examine the blood stains on the sofa. Hitler consumed poison and shot himself on the head. LAST DAYS OF ADOLPH HITLER Hitler took up residence in the Führerbunker on 16 January 1945 where he presided over a rapidly disintegrating Third Reich as the Allies advanced from both east and ...

  3. 4) Rare picture of Hitler practising his speeches. Adolf Hitler was a great orator and was famous for practising his speeches to perfection. He often performed and practised his speeches in front of a mirror. Photographer Heinrich Hoffmann took these rare pictures. They depict Hitler rehearsing his speech using a wide array of gestures and ...

  4. Jaeger was one of Hitler's personal photographers and shot thousands of photos between 1936 and 1945, most of them in color. LIFE.com obtained the rare batch of images and collected them in a unique gallery. Advertisement. As Der Spiegel notes, the majority of the millions of photos documenting World War II were in black and white.

  5. 19 Very Rare Photos From Inside Hitler’s Secret Bunker by Chris Stuber Jul 17, 2021, 12:32 pm Towards the end of World War II, the battles were being fought with massive casualties and destruction in the streets of Berlin.

  6. Rare pictures of Hitler emerge from glass photo negatives, like parts of a puzzle Heinrich Hoffmann, Hitler’s sidekick photographer, chronicled the early days of the Nazis Adolf Hitler, right ...

  7. Adolf Hitler in Uniform. German Chancelor and leader of the Nazi Party of Germany Adolf Hitler poses in this portrait picture. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler , sitting on the edge of a desk at his Berghof residence, Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany, during World War II, circa 1940. German Chancellor Adolf Hitler is met by Hermann Goering at Tempelhof ...

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