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These are the private photographs Adolf Hitler didn't want anyone to see. Taken by photographer Heinrich Hoffmann, the extraordinary pictures show Hitler rehearsing while listening to a recording of one of his own speeches. They were reportedly taken in 1925, soon after Hitler was released from a nine-month stint in prison during which he dictated his autobiography, Mein Kampf. After seeing the photographs, Hitler requested that Hoffmann destroy the negatives, but he did not.

These are the private photographs Adolf Hitler didn't want anyone to see. Taken by photographer Heinrich Hoffmann, the extraordinary pictures show Hitler rehearsing while listening to a recording of one of his own speeches. They were reportedly taken in 1925, soon after Hitler was released from a nine-month stint in prison during which he dictated his autobiography, Mein Kampf. After seeing the photographs, Hitler requested that Hoffmann destroy the negatives, but he did not.

Despite the awfulness of her predicament, in the Kutno ghetto this young Jewish woman manages to smile brightly for the camera as she poses for Hugo Jaeger, Hitler's personal photographer.

Despite the awfulness of her predicament, in the Kutno ghetto this young Jewish woman manages to smile brightly for the camera as she poses for Hugo Jaeger, Hitler's personal photographer.

Adolf Hitler during one of his innumerable drives through Germany in the immediate pre-war years. A car addict, Hitler preferred his open-top, heavy duty Mercedes monster motorcar to any other vehicle. He was rarely fazed by rain and always wore his rain leathers just in case. This photo was taken in 1938 during a visit to the Sudetenland already incorporated into the Reich.

Adolf Hitler during one of his innumerable drives through Germany in the immediate pre-war years. A car addict, Hitler preferred his open-top, heavy duty Mercedes monster motorcar to any other vehicle. He was rarely fazed by rain and always wore his rain leathers just in case. This photo was taken in 1938 during a visit to the Sudetenland already incorporated into the Reich.