Adolf Hitler

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German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)

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Russia actually has a media watchdog, Roskomnadzor, which is run by the government, but VKontakte said it shuttered the Adolf Hitler Web site on its own initiative.
The Russian Foreign Ministry sent a protest note to Kazakh side, saying the publication about Adolf Hitler ahead of the anniversary of the end of the war on May 9 as sacrilegious.
BY JONNY GREATREX OFFENSIVE as T-SHIRTS picturing Adolf Hitler doing a Nazi salute and emblazoned with the key dates of his bloody campaign across Europe have sparked fury.
Ex-ITN news correspondent Gerrard Williams spent five years with military historian Simon Dunstan researching Grey Wolf - The Escape of Adolf Hitler.
ah wd ADOLF Hitler had a "messiah complex" and grew increasingly morbid and paranoid, it has emerged.
Now producers of a new play due to be performed in Liverpool this summer are looking for their own Adolf Hitler.
A SOUTH Wales author who has sensationally claimed Adolf Hitler escaped the bunker to live in Argentina says he and his research team have received death threats.
Adolf Hitler The letter signed by Adolf Hitler now on show at Bangor University, sent to Dr Theodor Lewald (inset left) who gave it to anti-Nazi Dr Dorothea Wegle (inset right) as protection against the Gestapo
Summary: A Thai waxworks museum has apologized and covered up a giant billboard of Adolf Hitler giving a Nazi salute after the Israeli and German embassies lodged complaints, its director said Sunday.
THE waxwork head of Adolf Hitler was ripped off yesterday by only the second visitor through the doors of a new Madame Tussauds in Berlin.
LOS ANGELES: WILL SMITH is angry over celebrity gossip Website articles that he said misinterpreted a recent remark he made in a Scottish newspaper about ADOLF HITLER.
In all my career I have never seen anyone so prostrate with grief as Adolf Hitler.
I usually take little interest in American pop culture but was unable to resist when a news item mentioned the uproar actor Will Smith caused when speaking about Adolf Hitler.
1936 Adolf Hitler opened the 11th Olympic Games in Berlin.
Pinochet in the Daily News glossed over the man's true evil and tried to portray him in one instance as a champion against communism, which is exactly how Adolf Hitler was initially portrayed.