EXCLUSIVE - Hitler's Alpine Headquarters
Hitler's Alpine Headquarters
rare images from Hitlers hide out in Austria, these images where produced by theNazis to try and show what a nice chap he was!
Photo shows: ‘Adolf Hitler Hill’ on the Obersalzberg, (1,000 metres above sea level).
Two young women, having reached a point on the Obersalzberg then known as ‘Adolf Hitler Hill’, give the unmistakable Nazi salute while posing for the camera. A strategically placed flag acts like a magnet attracting people to the spot that was located close to the home of Hermann Göring. In addition to the flag, the location had a stone marker with two plaques attached. The inscription on the larger plaque read, ‘Reichskanzler Adolf-Hitler-Höhe 21 März 1933’, this referred to the first opening of the Reichstag under Hitler’s Chancellorship. The smaller plaque had a quotation by Bavarian poet and novelist Ludwig Ganghofer; ‘Wer Gött lieb hat, lässt er fallen, in’s Berchtesgad’ner Land’ (He whom God loves, He drops into Berchtesgadener Land).
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