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Hitlerjugend

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1939 Jóvenes de las Juventudes Hitlerianas (Hitlerjugend) (HJ) saludan al Ministro del Interior del Reich, Wilhelm Frick.

1939 Jóvenes de las Juventudes Hitlerianas (Hitlerjugend) (HJ) saludan al Ministro del Interior del Reich, Wilhelm Frick.

60 rarissime fotografie che sconvolgeranno la tua idea del passato 52

60 rarissime fotografie che sconvolgeranno la tua idea del passato 52

Artur Axmann the German Nazi national leader (Reichsjugendführer) of the Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend) is seen here congratulating youth members for their combat service. Axmann lost his right arm during visit to the Eastern Front. After the war, he was found not guilty of war crimes and died in 1996, a free man.

Artur Axmann the German Nazi national leader (Reichsjugendführer) of the Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend) is seen here congratulating youth members for their combat service. Axmann lost his right arm during visit to the Eastern Front. After the war, he was found not guilty of war crimes and died in 1996, a free man.

Adolf Hitler - another creepy photo of him scaring a child. They knew evil when they saw ( smelled) it!:

Adolf Hitler - another creepy photo of him scaring a child. They knew evil when they saw ( smelled) it!:

Bild (archiv, 9.3.1945) | Deutsch-Sowjetische Front

Bild (archiv, 9.3.1945) | Deutsch-Sowjetische Front

A small girl presents a flowerbouquet to Adolf Hitler in Bad Harzburg. (via axishistory)

A small girl presents a flowerbouquet to Adolf Hitler in Bad Harzburg. (via axishistory)

Nazi Propoganda- From the publication of Mein Kampf in 1925 and especially during Hitler's time in power, the book was incredibly successful, and 10 million copies had been produced by the end of the war. However, not everyone was enthused. One of Hitler’s closest foreign political allies, Benito Mussolini, described it as ‘a boring tome that I have never been able to read.’

Nazi Propoganda- From the publication of Mein Kampf in 1925 and especially during Hitler's time in power, the book was incredibly successful, and 10 million copies had been produced by the end of the war. However, not everyone was enthused. One of Hitler’s closest foreign political allies, Benito Mussolini, described it as ‘a boring tome that I have never been able to read.’

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