Adolf Hitler

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Noun1.Adolf Hitler - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)Adolf Hitler - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)
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Except in Circleville, Ohio, a small town famous for its annual pumpkin festival, and home of generations of venerated Hitlers whose name is remembered on street signs, the Martha Hitler Park, Hitler Pond and Hitler Ludwig Cemetery.
Hitlers Krankheit: Tatsachen und Legenden: Medizinische und psychische Grundlagen seines Zusammenbruchs.
In the documentary, Mr Unger, who recently published a book on the Hitlers of Liverpool, says of Adolf 's supposed stay: "It was a great story, and still is a great story.
Hitlers mythische Religion attempts to locate the roots of the Nazi ideology in surrounding theological traditions.
As Klara's health declined, Bloch appears, at least by his own account, to have been a strong shoulder for the Hitlers to lean on, guiding them through to the sad end.
Kane's brief comments on Hitler's bribery of the senior officer corps, for example, fail to draw upon Gerd Ueberschar and Winfried Vogel's Dienen und Verdienen: Hitlers Geschenke an seine Eliten (Service and reward: Hitler's gifts to his elite) (Frankfurt/Main: S.
Bullock's book, for example, is shortened to "BU," and Eberhard Jackel's Hitlers Herrschaft becomes "JHH." Lukacs refers to over 50 books in this manner, and the reader often must turn to the bibliography, trying to figure out which book the author is citing.
.This is their age; the Hitlers and Himmlers we may get rid of, but the Speers, whatever happens to this particular special man, will long be with us."
THE WESTERN MAIL AND SOUTH WALES NEWS, February 28th, 1933 A WELSHMAN LOOKS AT EUROPE WITH HITLER ACROSS GERMANY By GARETH JONES In Hitler's Aeroplane, Three o'clock Thursday Afternoon, February 23, 1933 If this aeroplane should crash then the whole history of Europe would be changed.
Adolf Hitler's linen boxers were sold for $5,500 at the Alexander Historical Auctions in Chesapeake City, Maryland, as part of their "Summer Militaria Auction" on Sept.
My Fuhrer: The Truly Truest Truth About Adolf Hitler.