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IN History & Culture ON 05 Jul, 2015
The Federal Republic of Germany deserves a distinctive space in world history for many of its notable events. The overall history of Germany revolves around the tyranny of Adolf Hitler, the veteran leader of the Nazi Party from 1934 to 1945. Hitler was a monster who became the reason for million deaths during WWII and the horror of the Holocaust. These famous German photos represent the remarkable incidents of German history during Hitler's rule.
Munich photographer Heinrich Hoffmann took this photo at a rally conducted in support of the war.
Hindenburg disaster was the incident when the German passenger airship Hindenburg caught fire and was destroyed in the USA.
The accident occurred in New Jersey. Of the 36 passengers and 61 crewmen, 22 crewmen and 13 passengers died. One worker on the ground also died.
Adolf Hitler personally congratulated Owens for his victory via letter.
This was Hitler's first and last visit of Paris. He was on the way to Paris right after the ceasefire between Germany and France in 1940. Hitler named his tour a victory.
The photo was taken just two days before his death. Hitler stands outside a Berlin bunker entrance monitoring the bomb damage.
28,000 Jews from Vinnitsa and the surrounding places were massacred in two mass shootings.
Stalingrad witnessed a brutal hand-to-hand battle at that time.
A red army soldier is marching a German soldier into captivity after the battle.
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