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Adolf Hitler and other Nazi officials attend a Christmas Party in 1941, at the height of the second World War

Фотографии личного фотографа Гитлера Hugo Jaeger Adolf Hitler and other Nazi officials attend a Christmas Party in 1941, at the height of the Second World War

Hitler salutes German troops in Adolf Hitler Platz on September 1st, 1938.
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain (front row, second right) walks past a Nazi honor guard on the way to a meeting with Adolf Hitler on September 28, 1938Hitler speaks in Munich on the 15th anniversary of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, in which Hitler and other Nazi party members attempted to overthrow the German government on November 8th, 1938Nighttime Munich is lit with torches and festooned with swastikas in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler's aborted attempt to use military might to take the government on November 8th, 1938Adolf Hitler tours the 1939 International Auto Exhibition in Berlin on February 17th, 1939
Adolf Hitler tours the 1939 International Auto Exhibition in Berlin on February 17th, 1939

Hitler attends the launching of the battleship Tirpitz on April 1st, 1939
Hitler attends the launching of the battleship Tirpitz on April 1st, 1939

Adolf Hitler chats with several young women on a promenade of the German cruise ship Robert Ley (named after a prominant Nazi labor leader) on its maiden voyage on April 1st, 1939

Adolf Hitler chats with several young women on a promenade of the German cruise ship Robert Ley (named after a prominant Nazi labour leader) on its maiden voyage on April 1st, 1939

View of a room in the Reichs Chancellory that contains some of the birthday presents presented to Adolf Hilter on his 50th birthday, Berlin, Germany, April 20, 1939. Among the gifts are framed oil paintings and texts, sculptures, and vases of flowers

View of a room in the Reichs Chancellory that contains some of the birthday presents presented to Adolf Hilter on his 50th birthday, Berlin, Germany, April 20, 1939. Among the gifts are framed oil paintings and texts, sculptures, and vases of flowers

A hand-worked castle inlaid with precious stones, given to Hitler for his 50th birthday, April 20, 1939

A hand-worked castle inlaid with precious stones, given to Hitler for his 50th birthday, April 20,
1939

German actress Marieluise Claudius leans back in a chair in the Chancellery during an artists reception in Berlin, on January 1st, 1940. A prolific film actress during the 1930s, she died of heart failure in 1941, at age 29

German actress Marieluise Claudius leans back in a chair in the Chancellery during an artists' reception in Berlin, on January 1st, 1940. A prolific film actress during the 1930s, she died of heart failure in 1941, at age 29

Julius Schaub, Hitler's personal aide and adjutant, observes those around him at a party on February 25th, 1939. After the 1944 bomb attempt on Hitler's life, Schaub is said to have falsely claimed to have been injured in the blast so he would be awarded

Julius Schaub, Hitler's personal aide and adjutant, observes those around him at a party on February 25th, 1939.

The interior of Hitler's Berghof estate reflected his conception of what a
The interior of Hitler's Berghof estate reflected his conception of what a "Germanic" style should look like

A rare look inside Hitler's apartment, what he saw each day, and how he lived. This room in his Berlin apartment in the

A rare look inside Hitler's apartment, what he saw each day, and how he lived. This room in his Berlin apartment in the "New Chancellery" reflects the Fuhrer's baroque, often sentimental taste

Details from Adolf Hitler's Chancellery office in Berlin on January 1st, 1939

Details from Adolf Hitler's Chancellery office in Berlin

Sentries guard the entrance to Adolf Hitler's office in the Chancellery. Hitler was obsessed with oversized architecture and overly grand monuments that would awe and humble any visitor on January 1st, 1939

Sentries guard the entrance to Adolf Hitler's office in the Chancellery. Hitler was obsessed with oversized architecture and overly grand monuments that would awe and humble any visitor

Adolf Hitler's office in Munich. In this building, in 1938, the infamous Munich Agreement was signed by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, giving Germany a portion of Czechoslovakia on January 1st, 1940

Adolf Hitler's office in Munich. In this building, in 1938, the infamous Munich Agreement was signed by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, giving Germany a portion of Czechoslovakia

An interior swimming pool aboard a

An interior swimming pool aboard a "Strength Through Joy" cruise ship, part of the Nazi regime's program of leisure activities
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