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prisonernumber7:

xylophoneuniverse:

die-partei-ist-hitler:

I think I need to follow more people.

And by people I mean anyone interested in history of the Third Reich.

Me too :3

Me three :)

Me four

(Source: degrelle88)

4gifs:

Pass this idiot. [video]

fuehrerbefehl:

Hitler and some top Nazis at a meeting

dichotomization:

Adolf Hitler showing Benito Mussolini the wreckage after the unsuccessful assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, Wolfsschanze, Rastenburg, Germany, late Jul 1944.

reinhardhimmler:

Der Führer of Germany Adolf Hitler

reinhardhimmler:

Der Führer of Germany Adolf Hitler

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fancy-vivid:

Beauty queen of the Reich! The amazingly beautiful Inga Ley!
fancy-vivid:

Beauty queen of the Reich! The amazingly beautiful Inga Ley!
fancy-vivid:

Beauty queen of the Reich! The amazingly beautiful Inga Ley!
fancy-vivid:

Beauty queen of the Reich! The amazingly beautiful Inga Ley!

fancy-vivid:

Beauty queen of the Reich! The amazingly beautiful Inga Ley!

degrelle88:

The Berghof began as a much smaller chalet called Haus Wachenfeld, a holiday home built in 1916 by Otto Winter, a businessman from Buxtehude. Winter’s widow rented the house to Hitler in 1928 and his half-sister Angela came to live there as housekeeper, although she left soon after her daughter Geli's 1931 death in Hitler's Munich apartment. By 1933 Hitler had purchased Haus Wachenfeld with funds he received from the sale of his political manifesto Mein Kampf.
degrelle88:

The Berghof began as a much smaller chalet called Haus Wachenfeld, a holiday home built in 1916 by Otto Winter, a businessman from Buxtehude. Winter’s widow rented the house to Hitler in 1928 and his half-sister Angela came to live there as housekeeper, although she left soon after her daughter Geli's 1931 death in Hitler's Munich apartment. By 1933 Hitler had purchased Haus Wachenfeld with funds he received from the sale of his political manifesto Mein Kampf.
degrelle88:

The Berghof began as a much smaller chalet called Haus Wachenfeld, a holiday home built in 1916 by Otto Winter, a businessman from Buxtehude. Winter’s widow rented the house to Hitler in 1928 and his half-sister Angela came to live there as housekeeper, although she left soon after her daughter Geli's 1931 death in Hitler's Munich apartment. By 1933 Hitler had purchased Haus Wachenfeld with funds he received from the sale of his political manifesto Mein Kampf.
degrelle88:

The Berghof began as a much smaller chalet called Haus Wachenfeld, a holiday home built in 1916 by Otto Winter, a businessman from Buxtehude. Winter’s widow rented the house to Hitler in 1928 and his half-sister Angela came to live there as housekeeper, although she left soon after her daughter Geli's 1931 death in Hitler's Munich apartment. By 1933 Hitler had purchased Haus Wachenfeld with funds he received from the sale of his political manifesto Mein Kampf.

degrelle88:

The Berghof began as a much smaller chalet called Haus Wachenfeld, a holiday home built in 1916 by Otto Winter, a businessman from Buxtehude. Winter’s widow rented the house to Hitler in 1928 and his half-sister Angela came to live there as housekeeper, although she left soon after her daughter Geli's 1931 death in Hitler's Munich apartment. By 1933 Hitler had purchased Haus Wachenfeld with funds he received from the sale of his political manifesto Mein Kampf.