Tuesday, July 05, 2011

World War II: Before the War - Alan Taylor - In Focus - The Atlantic


Adolf Hitler, age 35, on his release from Landesberg Prison, on December 20, 1924. Hitler had been convicted of treason for his role in an attempted coup in 1923 called the Beer Hall Putsch. This photograph was taken shortly after he finished dictating "Mein Kampf" to deputy Rudolf Hess. Eight years later, Hitler would be sworn in as Chancellor.

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Fascinating! I just showed my husband your picture and they said he was treated like royalty in the prison.

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