Adolf Hitler

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

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Some day, Adolph Hitler will look like a piker, as simply ahead of his time, on the cutting edge of institutionalized murder .
bookmark which had surfaced, apparently given by Eva Braun to Adolph Hitler which had been stolen in 2002.
History shows the utter havoc, misery and destruction caused by people who have no sense of morality; Adolph Hitler is just one example.
I guess if your name is Adolph Hitler, or Stalin or Pol Pot or Hiller the baby killer you might think it is a perfectly normal thing to do.
Later on, I understood that the alleged links were between Wagner's family and Nazism, since the classical composer Richard Wagner had died on February 13, 1883, while Adolph Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, i.
He was an accomplished musician and, at a formal affair in Berlin with Adolph Hitler present, played several works by approved German composers and then launched into a forbidden jazz piece.
There is significant evidence that in 1911 Adolph Hitler spent five months staying with his half-brother in Toxteth, Liverpool.
A day earlier in Mumbai, Tewari tried to draw a parallel between India Inc's " liking" for Modi with the German corporate sector's fascination for Adolph Hitler in 1930s.
As Joseph Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda under Adolph Hitler, said: "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.
Wine bottles that feature an image of Adolph Hitler have sparked outrage in Italy.
Many modern legends state that Adolph Hitler didn't commit suicide in 1945.
Upon reaching the print room I was confronted by an Adolph Hitler type of individual who prodded me fully in the chest and said that I had stepped over the union demarcation line on the print shop floor, by about two inches
Beck regularly likens Obama's policies to those of Adolph Hitler.
The reparations also made Germans increasingly resentful and helped create the conditions for the rise of Adolph Hitler and the Nazis.
In the end, an embittered Germany, nursing a vengeful spirit against the European democracies, rebuilt itself under Adolph Hitler and the Nazis.