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Adolf Hitler at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Reichsautobahn project, near Frankfurt, Germany, 23 Sep 1933; note Jakob Sprenger (left), Fritz Todt (right), Adolf H├╝hnlein (behind Todt) immediately behind HitlerAdolf Hitler at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Reichsautobahn project, Walserberg, Austria, 7 Apr 1938; note Fritz Todt behind Hitler
Adolf Hitler at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Reichsautobahn project, near Frankfurt, Germany, 23 Sep 1933; note Jakob Sprenger (left), Fritz Todt (right), Adolf H├╝hnlein (behind Todt) immediately behind HitlerAdolf Hitler at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Reichsautobahn project, Walserberg, Austria, 7 Apr 1938; note Fritz Todt behind Hitler
Portrait of Fritz Todt, Mar 1940Fritz Todt at Maubeuge, France, Jun 1940
Portrait of Fritz Todt, Mar 1940Fritz Todt at Maubeuge, France, Jun 1940
Fritz Todt on the radio in a Panzerkampfwagen III tank while observing the preparation of German forces on the French coast for the invasion of Britain, fall 1940Walter Dornberger and Fritz Todt, Peenem├╝nde Army Research Center, Germany, 1941
Fritz Todt on the radio in a Panzerkampfwagen III tank while observing the preparation of German forces on the French coast for the invasion of Britain, fall 1940Walter Dornberger and Fritz Todt, Peenem├╝nde Army Research Center, Germany, 1941
Emil Leeb, Heinrich L├╝bke, Fritz Todt, and Walter Dornberger at Peenem├╝nde, Germany, spring 1941General Emil Leeb, Wernher von Braun, and Fritz Todt at Peenem├╝nde, Germany, spring 1941
Emil Leeb, Heinrich L├╝bke, Fritz Todt, and Walter Dornberger at Peenem├╝nde, Germany, spring 1941General Emil Leeb, Wernher von Braun, and Fritz Todt at Peenem├╝nde, Germany, spring 1941
Heinrich Himmler, Konrad Meyer, Fritz Todt, Rudolf He├č, and other German leaders during a planning session for the German resettling of Eastern Europe, Berlin, Germany, 20 Mar 1941Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, Rudolf He├č, Kurt Daluege, Fritz Todt, and Konrad Meyer during a meeting on the German resettling of Eastern Europe, Berlin, Germany, 20 Mar 1941
Heinrich Himmler, Konrad Meyer, Fritz Todt, Rudolf He├č, and other German leaders during a planning session for the German resettling of Eastern Europe, Berlin, Germany, 20 Mar 1941Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, Rudolf He├č, Kurt Daluege, Fritz Todt, and Konrad Meyer during a meeting on the German resettling of Eastern Europe, Berlin, Germany, 20 Mar 1941
Rudolf He├č, Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, Fritz Todt, Reinhard Heydrich and Erich Ehrlinger meeting in Berlin, Germany to discuss plans to settle Eastern Europe, 20 Mar 1941General Emil Leeb, Heinrich L├╝bke, Fritz Todt, and Walter Dornberger at Peenem├╝nde Army Research Center, Germany, spring 1941
Rudolf He├č, Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, Fritz Todt, Reinhard Heydrich and Erich Ehrlinger meeting in Berlin, Germany to discuss plans to settle Eastern Europe, 20 Mar 1941General Emil Leeb, Heinrich L├╝bke, Fritz Todt, and Walter Dornberger at Peenem├╝nde Army Research Center, Germany, spring 1941
Adolf Hitler declaring war on the United States at the German Reichstag, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Adolf Hitler speaking at Fritz Todt
Adolf Hitler declaring war on the United States at the German Reichstag, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Adolf Hitler speaking at Fritz Todt's funeral, Berlin, Germany, 12 Feb 1942
Funeral procession of Fritz Todt, Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany, 12 Feb 1942; note Wilhelm Keitel, Erich Raeder, Erhard Milch immediate behind the gun carriage
Funeral procession of Fritz Todt, Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany, 12 Feb 1942; note Wilhelm Keitel, Erich Raeder, Erhard Milch immediate behind the gun carriage
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