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Hitler's huge office in the Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, in the late 1930s or early 1940s

Hitler's huge office in the Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, in the late 1930s or early 1940s

Adolf Hitler's office in the Fuhrerbau, Munich, Germany, 1940. This is where the Munich agreement was signed by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, giving Germany a portion of Czechoslovakia

Inside Hitler's private world: Never-before-seen wartime pictures show rooms where the Fuhrer spent his quiet time

Adolf Hitler's office in the Fuhrerbau, Munich, Germany, 1940. This is where the Munich agreement was signed by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, giving Germany a portion of Czechoslovakia

A guest room in the Berghof (formerly known as Haus Wachenfeld), Adolf Hitler's estate in Berchtesgaden, Upper Bavaria, Germany. On the right is a Kachelofen, or ceramic-tiled stove, used for heat

Inside Hitler's private world: Never-before-seen wartime pictures show rooms where the Fuhrer spent his quiet time

A guest room in the Berghof (formerly known as Haus Wachenfeld), Adolf Hitler's estate in Berchtesgaden, Upper Bavaria, Germany. On the right is a Kachelofen, or ceramic-tiled stove, used for heat

destructionisnotnegative:  Die Neue Reichskanzlei- Albert Speer What an entrance…

destructionisnotnegative: Die Neue Reichskanzlei- Albert Speer What an entrance…

Tempelhof Airport interior. I used to fly from here as a three and four year old in the early 1970s and later in the 1990s and early 2000s until a stupid leftwing mayor closed the "mother of all airports"( Sir Norman Foster, star-architect) down and in an act of shame too few citizens turned out to vote in favor of keeping the airport open :-(

Tempelhof Airport interior. I used to fly from here as a three and four year old in the early 1970s and later in the 1990s and early 2000s until a stupid leftwing mayor closed the "mother of all airports"( Sir Norman Foster, star-architect) down and in an act of shame too few citizens turned out to vote in favor of keeping the airport open :-(

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