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About Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 - 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born politician and the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party.

On June 23, 1940, Hitler surveyed newly defeated Paris in now occupied France.

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A book revealed that Adolf Hitler's dental fillings were made from gold torn from the mouths of Jews in Nazi concentration camps.

In March 2010, a new book about 20th-century reporting has revealed that Hitler raised his own cricket team to play some British prisoners of war during the First World War.

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Adolf Hitler in News

Eve of WWII Population Survey for England and Wales Now Available Online at
Today the newly digitized records of the 1939 Register will be launched online by, a world leader in family history, in association with The National Archives of the United Kingdom. This important record set is a landmark moment in genealogy, as well as an entry point for Americans of British descent searching for relatives in England and Wales at the start of war.

Hitler's butt still being 'pinned' with novelty pin cushion
The Novelty Hitler pin cushion, which was made by Johnson Smith and Co's in 1940's, is still popular with people and is has become worth hundreds of dollars today.

Nazi parents lose custody of kids named Adolf Hitler and Aryan Nation
A self-proclaimed Nazi father and his wife cannot have back their four children, three of whom have Nazi-inspired names, a court has ruled.

Brit spies failed to solve Charlie Chaplin's birth mystery
The British intelligence agency, MI5 was bewildered to find out that there were no records of Charlie Chaplin's birth when it investigated his alleged links with communism, according to newly released files.

Naomi Watts set to play Princess Diana in new flick
Naomi Watts will play Princess Diana in a new film that will centre around the final two years of her life and her love affair with a heart surgeon.

Israel Holocaust museum defaced with Hebrew graffiti thanking Hitler for mass killings
Hebrew graffiti thanking Adolf Hitler and denouncing Zionism have been sprayed inside a Holocaust museum in Jerusalem.

Hitler farted everywhere, used cocaine and had bull semen injections
Adolf Hitler's medical records have disclosed that he farted uncontrollably, used cocaine to clear his sinuses, ingested some 28 drugs at a time, and received injections of bull testicle extracts to bolster his libido.

'Bin Laden's last days in Abbottabad were similar to Hilter's in Berlin bunker'
According to declassified documents released by the US, it has emerged that Osama bin Laden spent his last days in the Abbottabad compound similar to how Hitler spent inside a bunker in Berlin.

Hitler had 'Messiah complex' and 'Jew phobia' during WW II
Adolf Hitler had a "Messiah complex" and became increasingly obsessed with the perceived Jewish "enemy within" as World War II turned against Germany, a newly discovered report has revealed.

George Washington named 'Britain's greatest foe ever'
George Washington has been named as the greatest foe ever faced by the British, according to a contest run by the National Army Museum to identify the country's most outstanding military opponent.

Hitler's 'grandson' speaks out about discovering family lineage
A French plumber, believed to be Hitler's grandson, has revealed how his father broke the news of their ancestry to him over the dinner table.

Now, toilet paper to have Hitler's face on it
A provocative German artist has irked many a sentiments after he created toilet paper with Adolf Hitler's face on it.

Austrian gravestone of Hitler's parents removed
The tombstone which marks the graves of Adolf Hitler's parents in Austria has been removed as the site was becoming a pilgrimage spot for right-wing extremists, according to officials.

Turkish shampoo ad featuring Hitler sparks outrage
A Turkish shampoo commercial featuring Adolf Hitler has drawn outrage from Jewish groups worldwide and immediate withdrawal of it has been called for.

Hitler's 'Desert fox' turned love rat for another woman
Adolf Hitler's favourite commander, Erwin Rommel, the "Desert Fox" who relentlessly fought allied forces across North Africa in World War Two, covered up love affair which led to illegitimate child for sake of his career, reveals his grandson.

How Hitler planned to invade Hollywood
Historians have shed light on a secret Nazi compound - located in the tranquil Los Angeles hills between celebrity mansions and olive trees- from where Adolf Hitler looked forward to rule the world.

War hero's diary backs up claim Hitler had a lovechild with French woman
A newly discovered wartime dairy of a soldier has put weight on claims that Adolf Hitler fathered an illegitimate son with a French woman.

Hitler's long lost art collection discovered by Czech historian
A collection of paintings once belonging to Adolf Hitler has been found in the Czech Republic.

Man's comic collection from childhood fetches $4.2m at auction
The bulk of a US man's childhood comic book collection, which included many of the most prized issues ever published, sold at auction early on Thursday for about US 3.5 million dollars (NZ 4.2 million dollars).

Hitler used secret photos to rehearse 'best-looks' for public speeches
A collection of Adolf Hitler's private photographs showing the Nazi leader in a series of bizarre poses to rehearse his public speeches has been released.

Manion's Holds Rare Hitler Art Auction Through April 20
Manion's International Auction House announced today it is conducting an unusual online auction of rare original artworks by Adolf Hitler from now through April 20. The five works being offered all are dated prior to 1920, long before Hitler rose to power in post-WWI Germany.

Hitler's favourite actor dies at 108
A Dutch-born actor who is said to have been a particular favourite of Adolf Hitler, died Dec. 24 at a hospital in Starnberg, Germany. He was 108.

One in ten Austrian teens say Hitler did 'good things': Poll
One in ten young Austrians think Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler did some 'good things', a shocking poll has found.

Qatar store removes Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' following Twitter post
Qatar- based Virgin Megastores has removed copies of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" from its recommended reading list after an American communications executive posted a photograph of it on Twitter.

Adolf Hitler lived in Liverpool for 5 months before World War I
Adolf Hitler stayed in Liverpool for five months before World War I in a flat which was destroyed by Luftwaffe bombers in the Second World War 30 years later, according to a new research.

Hitler's 'Third Reich Eagle' embroidered bed linen expected to rake in 3K pounds at auction
Former German dictator Adolf Hitler's bed linen bearing his eagle monogram, is expected to fetch over 3,000 pounds at an auction.

German neo-Nazi terrorists had 'hit list' of 88 targets including politicians
A neo-Nazi terrorist group that was responsible for several murders and bombings across Germany, had a hit list of 88 possible targets, which included prominent politicians, it has emerged.

English version of Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' to fetch 1,500 pounds at auction
A rare English translation of Adolf Hitler's notorious book 'Mein Kampf' is expected to rake in 1,500 pounds at an auction.

US parents lose custody of kids over 'Adolf Hitler' name
Two American parents, who named their kids "Adolf Hitler" and "Aryan Nation," lost custody of their three children, for naming them after the most hated man in history.

New book reveals why Hitler hated being called a Nazi
A new etymological guide has revealed origins of hundreds of everyday words and phrases, from Nazis and film buffs to heckling and humble pie.

Hitler went blind by mental illness, not British mustard gas attack
Adolf Hitler's temporary loss of sight was actually caused by a mental disorder known as 'hysterical blindness', and not by a British mustard gas attack as a heroic First World War soldier as he had claimed, a new research has revealed.

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