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Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Nazi Party (NSDAP), Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and the Fuhrer (leader) of the German Empire, increasingly became an inflated version of himself, insulted the Jews, called them dogs, little mice, house flies, or by the names of all insignificant creatures found in the filthy sewerage - quite consistent with his own hypothesis of untermenschen.
For lance corporal Adolf Hitler, it definitively and exclusively shows the diagnosis of gas poisoning (Gasvergiftung) (Figure 1).
These parties "stand for the purity of the Bulgarian race and its superiority over others.""Ultranationalist literature is popular in the country," according to the report, which further reads: "it is possible to freely buy "Mein Kampf" by Adolf Hitler, the works of Paul Joseph Goebbels, as well as of foreign and Bulgarian nationalists and Holocoust deniers, such as Richard Harwood, A.
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A picture titled 'The Old City Hall' that was painted by Adolf Hitler is displayed in an auction house <Bin Nuremberg, Germany
The April issue dedicated to the life of Adolf Hitler called great public controversy among Kazakhstanis and the Russian Government.
Adolf Hitler Eva Braun The final programme of the Dead Famous DNA series will be screened on Wednesday at 9pm.
The street was actually named Adolf Hitler Platz during Hitler's reign.
Adolf Hitler will lose his honorary citizen's title in Goslar, Germany, the latest town to distance itself from the former Nazi leader, officials said Wednesday.
Let us start with Adolf Hitler: 'I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature'.
His father had worked with the British army, but apparently developed enough of a fascination with Great Britain's archenemy to name his son Adolf Hitler — though he also gave him the middle name Lu, Hitler said.
Summary: A proposal to rent out the house that Adolf Hitler was born in has been met with fierce opposition from locals in the Austrian town of Braunau.