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Stripe black suit with polka dot tie, late 1938 in the Great Hall of the Berghof, Adolf Wagner and Boulder nearby. In private, Adolf Wagner (Gauleiter of Munich) was one of the few people who actually addressed Hitler by his first name.

Stripe black suit with polka dot tie, late 1938 in the Great Hall of the Berghof, Adolf Wagner and Boulder nearby. In private, Adolf Wagner (Gauleiter of Munich) was one of the few people who actually addressed Hitler by his first name.

Adolf Hitler giving a young girl a cheek squeezing, As if Hitler couldn't get any creepier.

A casual smiling Adolf Hitler at the telephone - one of the few photographs where he does not appear to be a mass murderer .

Adolf Hitler mit Julius Schaub

Adolf Hitler in 1943 with Schaub behind. (via putschgirl)

Hitler taking Blondi for a walk.

Baldur von Schirach with Hitler and his dog Blondi

Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler

A huge collection of photos of Adolf Hitler, as well as historical articles. Check out Hitler photos in the Archive.

Adolf y Eva con las mascotas de ella

Eva Braun - and Adolf Hitler - with Braun's Scottish terriers Negus and Katuschka at Berchtesgaden, Germany, Katuschka was also nicknamed Stasi. Eva Braun had a dislike for Hitler’s German shepherd Blondi who occasionally shared the bedroom with him.

Pure evil, the devil on earth

In the early days after Adolf Hitler’s appointment as Reichskanzler in 1933 and he often wore the traditional suit and tie as opposed to a uniform when attending important functions and receptions, with many other leading NS figures doing the same.

Hugo Jaeger—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images Adolf Hitler greets the cheering throng at a rally in

Rarely do we see Hitler with a vest. He hated wearing them unless they part of the Bavarian Lederhosen scene of the Here he is in Bayreuth in 1937 with the best. I wonder what he’s holding? (via putschgirl)

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