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Crowd gathering to hear Adolf Hitler speak during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, Apr 1932

Crowd gathering to hear Adolf Hitler speak during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, Apr 1932

Hitler Youth gathering at Lustgarten, Berlin, Germany, 1 May 1933

[Photo] Hitler Youth gathering at Lustgarten, Berlin, Germany, 1 May 1933

Hitler Youth gathering at Lustgarten, Berlin, Germany, 1 May 1933

League of German Girls celebrating the German annexing of Austria (1938)

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League of German Girls celebrating the German annexing of Austria (1938)

Adolf Hitler, age 35, on his release from Landesberg Prison, on December 20, 1924. Hitler had been convicted of treason for his role in an attempted coup in 1923 called the Beer Hall Putsch. This photograph was taken shortly after he finished dictating "Mein Kampf" to deputy Rudolf Hess. Eight years later, Hitler would be sworn in as Chancellor of Germany, in 1933.

Adolf Hitler, age 35, on his release from Landesberg Prison, on December 20, 1924. Hitler had been convicted of treason for his role in an attempted coup in 1923 called the Beer Hall Putsch. This photograph was taken shortly after he finished dictating "Mein Kampf" to deputy Rudolf Hess. Eight years later, Hitler would be sworn in as Chancellor of Germany, in 1933.

The League of German Girls or League of German Maidens, was the girl's wing of the overall Nazi party youth movement, the Hitler Youth. It was the only female youth organization in Nazi Germany. Initially the League consisted of two sections: the Jungmädel,  for girls ages 10 to 14, and the League proper for girls ages 14 to 18.

The League of German Girls or League of German Maidens, was the girl's wing of the overall Nazi party youth movement, the Hitler Youth. It was the only female youth organization in Nazi Germany. Initially the League consisted of two sections: the Jungmädel, for girls ages 10 to 14, and the League proper for girls ages 14 to 18.

Soviet soldiers resting on the steps of the Reich Chancellery looking at German medals that have not yet been awarded, nor will they be, photographed by Yevgeniy Khaldei (Berlin  May 1945)

Soviet soldiers resting on the steps of the Reich Chancellery looking at German medals that have not yet been awarded, nor will they be, photographed by Yevgeniy Khaldei (Berlin May 1945)

Bodies of the six Goebbels children, who were poisoned by their parents, Paul Joseph Goebbels, a German politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Magda Goebbels. Hiding with Hitler and the others chosen in his bunker Their parents committed suicide after.

Bodies of Goebbels children. They had been poisoned by their parents rather than face the end of Nazi Germany, May 1945. [500x332]NSFW

Bodies of the six Goebbels children, who were poisoned by their parents, Paul Joseph Goebbels, a German politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Magda Goebbels. Hiding with Hitler and the others chosen in his bunker Their parents committed suicide after.

Defeated German soldier in front of burning Reichstag, Berlin, 1945 - Mark Redkin

Defeated German soldier in front of burning Reichstag, Berlin, 1945 - Mark Redkin

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