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March 27, 2015

50 Rare Photographs of Adolf Hitler You Might Have Never Seen Before

Adolf Hitler (1889–1945) was leader of the Nazi Party and became Chancellor of Germany in 1933. As leader of the Third Reich, he invaded Poland, which started World War II. He orchestrated the Holocaust, which resulted in the death of 6 million Jews.

Everybody who spent a little time in history class, knows this evil man. But you might not know his personal life. Here’s a collection of 50 rare photographs of Adolf Hitler from his birth to his suicade at the end of World War II.

Hitler and Goering were passionate collectors of art.

Hitler with Emmy and Edda Goering, 1940. Emmy Göring was a German actress, the second wife of Hermann Göring.

Hitler during imprisonment at Landsberg Prison. He was visited by fellow party members, 1924.

There are a number of conspiracy theories claiming that Hitler didn’t commit suicide and fled. This photo allegedly captured 75-year-old Hitler on his deathbed.

FBI montage made in 1945 in the event that Hitler tries to hide by changing the appearance.

Hitler’s birth certificate.

Little Hitler (third from the left on the bottom row) with classmates. Fischlham, Austria-Hungary, 1895.

School Photo, 1901.

Another school photo, 1904.

Hitler in a military hospital (back row, second from right), 1918.

Volunteer Hitler (right) as part of the 2nd Bavarian Infantry Regiment of Bavarian Army during the World War I, 1916.

Hitler as a young politician, 1921.

Hitler during the election campaign in 1923. Photo taken by Heinrich Hoffmann, who was Hitler’s personal photographer.

Hitler in shorts, 1924. Photo taken by Heinrich Hoffmann.

Hitler during his speech.

Staged photoset “Apocalyptic, visionary, persuasive”, Heinrich Hoffmann, 1925.

Hitler at the orchestra rehearsal at Leopoldhall in Munich, 1938.

Hitler at a construction site of a new autobahn (highway).

Hitler in brown Nazi uniform during the outdoor speech in Austria. 1938.

Hitler in 1932.

In front of new Reichsbank building, May 1932.

Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels signing autographs at the 1936 Olympics.

Hitler in 1934 during a visit at Landsberg Prison, where he wrote “Mein Kampf” during his imprisonment in 1924.

Hitler says goodbye at a New Year’s banquet. Berlin, 1936.

Hitler at someone’s wedding.

On Thanksgiving Day in Bückeburg, 1937.

With Austrian fans, 1939.

On board the ship Robert Ley, which was released on its maiden voyage. The ship was christened Robert Ley, after the leader of the DAF in Germany.

During lunch on the front line, 1940.

Hitler with guests at the table at his residence in Obersalzberg, 1939.

Hitler with animals.



Hitler reading a morning press.

Hitler and Eva Braun, 1943.


Hitler, Göring and Heinz Guderian discuss the Ardennes operation. October 1944.

Hitler comes to visit one of the injured officers, after a failed assassination attempt on Hitler, July 20, 1944.

Hitler and Goebbels, the propaganda minister. Poland, July 25, 1944.

One of the last photo of Hitler. The Fuhrer in the garden of the Reich Chancellery awards the young members of the Hitlerjugend (Hitler Youth) brigade mobilized to defend Berlin.

During a visit in occupied Graslitz, 1938.

On Christmas feast with the German generals, 1941.

With children.




At a Nazi rally in Eger, Czechoslovakia, 1938.

At a Nazi rally.

In the theater, Charlottenburg, May 1939.

In Paris, 1940.




14 comments:

  1. Unfortunately Hitler liked to collect art that was already owned by others.

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  2. exactly! I just looked at the photos of Anne Frank, looking at these right afterwards was jarring to say the least!

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  3. Looks like he was dentally challenged. No wonder he seldom smiled.

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  4. dentally, and mentally

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    1. Glenn A. Geier You have been indoctrinated to believe a mountain of lies about Hitler.

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  5. "Let us not humanize this man" ...Any person who can write this is a demon!

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  6. Peace be upon him

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    1. You mean pieces...my father dropped a shitload of bombs on those German fuckers and he said, before he died "And I'd do it again."

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    2. Jay Verdy Your father was a member of the inglorious allied butchers. The Dresden bombing was the real Holocaust.

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  7. I used to believe those horror stories about how the Germans made soap & lampshades & shrunken heads out of Jews.

    It turns out those stories are 100% LIES, as even the Israeli media now quietly admits.

    We don't have to put Hitler on a pedestal to realize there's far more to WWII history than the relentless unending WWII propaganda we've grown up with. It's the same kind of WWII propaganda that once portrayed the Japanese as near-sighted buck-toothed monkeys.

    Believe nothing we are not supposed to question!

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  8. this honorable man was the last defender of the white european race. now all you will have what you want want. the extinction of the white european race. africa for blacks and jews, europe for blacks and jews, america for black and jews, asia for now for asians, in 10 years for black and jews. a global jew boss and a global black slave for work eternally. congratulations satanic jew global chiefs and low iq masses that help them with the kalergi plan.the natural order stablished blacks in the south, whites in the north, asians in east and amerindians in west. you destroyed the work of the natural order = you are the evil.

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  10. There will be a day when the world we wakeup and see Hitler for what he truely was, he was the greatest leader this world had ever had he love his people his country and Europe he was also worried about the west being taken by the Bolshevik are the Zionist Jews he cared and fought world banks and tyranny whoever bad mouth him shows how ignorant people are that same ignorance is why we are fighting today for our freedom an our right to exist

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    1. This comment actually made me really sad cuz its true. Well its good to see someone with similar opinion as mine. I dont know who you are or where you live but i just wanted to say thanks.

      P.S. sorry for my broken English.

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