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Keitel, Hitler, and Speer observing the field during a weapons demonstration, circa 6 Apr 1943Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, near Salzburg, Austria, 7 Apr 1943
Keitel, Hitler, and Speer observing the field during a weapons demonstration, circa 6 Apr 1943Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, near Salzburg, Austria, 7 Apr 1943
Pierre Laval and Aold Hitler at Berghof, Berchtesgaden, Germany, 29 Apr 1943Adolf Hitler awarding Fanni Luukkonen Order of the German Eagle, 19 May 1943
Pierre Laval and Aold Hitler at Berghof, Berchtesgaden, Germany, 29 Apr 1943Adolf Hitler awarding Fanni Luukkonen Order of the German Eagle, 19 May 1943
German pilots Hartmann Grasser, Heinrich Prinz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein (shaking hands with Hitler), G√ľnther Rall, and Walter Nowotny with Adolf Hitler at Wolfsschanze, East Prussia, Germany, 22 Sep 1943Ribbentrop, Hitler, and Horthy, date unknown
German pilots Hartmann Grasser, Heinrich Prinz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein (shaking hands with Hitler), G√ľnther Rall, and Walter Nowotny with Adolf Hitler at Wolfsschanze, East Prussia, Germany, 22 Sep 1943Ribbentrop, Hitler, and Horthy, date unknown
Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring at the demonstration of the newly developed Hetzer tank destroyer at a closed highway near Schloss Klessheim west of Salzburg, German occupied Austria, 20 Apr 1944; note Karl-Heinrich Bodenschatz (left of photo, showing full face), Wilhelm Keitel (left of photo, red lapel), and Ferdinand Porsche (right of photo, black hat) in backgroundStauffenberg and Puttkamer greeting Hitler at Wolf
Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring at the demonstration of the newly developed Hetzer tank destroyer at a closed highway near Schloss Klessheim west of Salzburg, German occupied Austria, 20 Apr 1944; note Karl-Heinrich Bodenschatz (left of photo, showing full face), Wilhelm Keitel (left of photo, red lapel), and Ferdinand Porsche (right of photo, black hat) in backgroundStauffenberg and Puttkamer greeting Hitler at Wolf's Lair, Rastenburg, East Prussia, Germany, 15 Jul 1944; note Keitel at right
Adolf Hitler visiting the injured Karl-Jesco von Puttkamer in a hospital, late Jul 1944Adolf Hitler showing Benito Mussolini the wreckage after the unsuccessful assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, Wolfsschanze, Rastenburg, Germany, late Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2
Adolf Hitler visiting the injured Karl-Jesco von Puttkamer in a hospital, late Jul 1944Adolf Hitler showing Benito Mussolini the wreckage after the unsuccessful assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, Wolfsschanze, Rastenburg, Germany, late Jul 1944, photo 1 of 2
Adolf Hitler showing Benito Mussolini the wreckage after the unsuccessful assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, Wolfsschanze, Rastenburg, Germany, late Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, date unknown
Adolf Hitler showing Benito Mussolini the wreckage after the unsuccessful assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, Wolfsschanze, Rastenburg, Germany, late Jul 1944, photo 2 of 2Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, date unknown
Adolf Hitler speaking with generals Wilhelm Berlin, Robert von Greim, Franz Reuß, Job Odebrecht, and Theodor Busse at the headquarters of German Army Group Vistula, Mar 1945Adolf Hitler decorating Hitler Youth members, Berlin, Germany, 25 Apr 1945
Adolf Hitler speaking with generals Wilhelm Berlin, Robert von Greim, Franz Reuß, Job Odebrecht, and Theodor Busse at the headquarters of German Army Group Vistula, Mar 1945Adolf Hitler decorating Hitler Youth members, Berlin, Germany, 25 Apr 1945
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Hitler's death as reported by the 2 May 1945 issue of US Army magazine Stars and Stripes

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