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Portrait of Hans Lammers, 18 Apr 1921German Chief of the Reich Chancellery Hans Lammers in his office, circa 1937
Portrait of Hans Lammers, 18 Apr 1921German Chief of the Reich Chancellery Hans Lammers in his office, circa 1937
Hitler speaking to 15,000 rail workers from balcony of Reich Chancellery, 4 Feb 1937; Government Secretary Hans-Heinrich Lammers and Minister of Transport Julius Heinrich Dorpm├╝ller next to HitlerDr. H. Lammers, Dr. J. Dorpm├╝ller, Dr. F. G├╝rtner, Milch, G├Âring, Dr. W. Ohnesorge, R. Darr at inaugural meeting of German Academy of Aeronautics Research, Berlin, Germany, 16 Apr 1937
Hitler speaking to 15,000 rail workers from balcony of Reich Chancellery, 4 Feb 1937; Government Secretary Hans-Heinrich Lammers and Minister of Transport Julius Heinrich Dorpm├╝ller next to HitlerDr. H. Lammers, Dr. J. Dorpm├╝ller, Dr. F. G├╝rtner, Milch, G├Âring, Dr. W. Ohnesorge, R. Darr at inaugural meeting of German Academy of Aeronautics Research, Berlin, Germany, 16 Apr 1937
German State Secretary Hans Lammers at his desk with his adjutants, Berlin, Germany, 29 Apr 1937Portrait of Hans Lammers, 1 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 2
German State Secretary Hans Lammers at his desk with his adjutants, Berlin, Germany, 29 Apr 1937Portrait of Hans Lammers, 1 Dec 1937, photo 1 of 2
Portrait of Hans Lammers, 1 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 2Portrait of German Chief of the Reich Chancellery Hans Lammers in SS uniform, circa 1938-1940
Portrait of Hans Lammers, 1 Dec 1937, photo 2 of 2Portrait of German Chief of the Reich Chancellery Hans Lammers in SS uniform, circa 1938-1940
Czechoslovakian President Emil Hácha meeting with German leader Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Germany, 15 Mar 1939SA-Obergruppenführer Dietrich von Jagow congratulating Hans Lammers for Lammers
Czechoslovakian President Emil Hácha meeting with German leader Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Germany, 15 Mar 1939SA-Obergruppenführer Dietrich von Jagow congratulating Hans Lammers for Lammers' birthday, 26 May 1939
Adolf Hitler shaking Hans LammersAdolf Hitler giving a speech to the Reichstag, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 6 Oct 1939; also present: G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, Raeder, Frick, Goebbels, Neurath, Frank, Lammers, Sey├č-Inquart, Keitel
Adolf Hitler shaking Hans Lammers' hand on Lammers' 60th birthday, 27 May 1939Adolf Hitler giving a speech to the Reichstag, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 6 Oct 1939; also present: G├Âring, He├č, Ribbentrop, Raeder, Frick, Goebbels, Neurath, Frank, Lammers, Sey├č-Inquart, Keitel
Hans Lammers, Wilhelm Keitel, and Georg von Stahmer in conversation with Yosuke Matsuoka at the Japanese Embassy in Berlin, Germany, 28 Mar 1941Portrait of Hans Lammers, Oct 1941
Hans Lammers, Wilhelm Keitel, and Georg von Stahmer in conversation with Yosuke Matsuoka at the Japanese Embassy in Berlin, Germany, 28 Mar 1941Portrait of Hans Lammers, Oct 1941
Adolf Hitler receiving salutes from the German Reichstag upon declaring war on the United States, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941German Reichstag saluting Adolf Hitler shortly after Germany
Adolf Hitler receiving salutes from the German Reichstag upon declaring war on the United States, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941German Reichstag saluting Adolf Hitler shortly after Germany's declaration of war on the United States, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941; note G├Âring and Lammers
Heinrich Himmler spoke to men of the East Prussian Volkssturm, Oct 1944; Heinz Guderian and Hans-Heinrich Lammers also presentPortrait of accused war criminal Hans Lammers, 1947
Heinrich Himmler spoke to men of the East Prussian Volkssturm, Oct 1944; Heinz Guderian and Hans-Heinrich Lammers also presentPortrait of accused war criminal Hans Lammers, 1947
Hans Lammers during the Ministries Trial at Nuremberg, Germany, Sep 1948
Hans Lammers during the Ministries Trial at Nuremberg, Germany, Sep 1948
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