This is What Happened to the Man Who Didn't Salute Hitler!
Nearly eight decades have passed since a camera captured the moment a man refused to give Hitler a Nazi salute. It was Hamburg in 1936 and a newly built ship was about to leave the harbor.
What Happened to the Man Who Wouldn't Salute Hitler?
I Was Hitler's Jewish Neighbor: Incredible Testimony
Can you imagine what Hitler was like as a neighbor? This man, Edgar Joseph Feuchtwanger, a Jewish Historian, born in Munich, Germany, actually lived on the same street as the Infamous Fuhrer while a child, and frequently saw him. Edgar's father was imprisoned at Dachau, but managed to be released.
69 Years Later, We Still Remember That Day.
It was during this week that Hitler was found dead, having taken the coward's way out.
Why Did Hitler Want to Destroy This New York Basement?
This is the incredible story of what begun as a trick to get more real-estate areas in New York, and became the hiding place of a key logistical asset for the US during World War II. Join historian..
Have You Ever Wondered What Happened to Princess Di's Car?
Adolf Hitler’s 770-K Mercedes-Benz staff cars (By Bundesarchiv, Wikimedia Commons ) Here’s one car that will go down in infamy.
This Chicken Farmer Spy Contributed to the Nazis' Downfall
Source: thevintagenews Images: depositphotos Agent Garbo: The Brilliant Spy informative, baba recommends, farmer, chicken, nazis, Hitler, spy, Spanish, Agent Garbo, Garcia, tricked Of all the spies who contributed to the downfall of the Nazis during World War II, the story of Juan Pujol Garcia is definitely
Experience the Dramatic Moments of WWII in Color
Adolf Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany, and he and his generals plot the invasion of Poland. Lightning War Click to watch The Germans develop a new military tactic known as Blitzkrieg.
7 Must-Read Books That Will Get You Interested in History
These must-read books cover a wide range of topics – from the birth of America and the history of food to a detailed understanding of Adolf Hitler – and they are sure to make you look at our world and our past from a different perspective.
These Photos Make Sure We Will Never Forget WW2
German SS soldiers Hitler during Wartime Fascist headquarters in Italy Himmler meets a soviet prisoner The battle of Britain Action Shell shocked reindeer Troop movements A french citizen cries as German soldiers march in Paris during the French Occupation Bombing of Reims Cathedral Buna Beach, New Guinea
When World Leaders Paint...
President Adolf Hitler , who actually started out as a painter, and made a poor living selling them before he joined the army. Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister Dwight Eisenhower , former U.S.
Finally Released: Incredibly Rare Photos of History.
Samuel Reshevsky, age 8, defeating several chess masters at once in France, 1920 The last known picture of Adolf Hitler, April 30, 1945, the day he died.
A Stroll Back in Time - Fascinating Historical Photos!
A projection by the US intelligence department, showing how Hitler might have looked like had he escaped and tried to hide, 1945. During world war II, an English brewery contributed a large amont of fresh beer for the soldiers fighting in Normandy.
The History You Haven't Seen Before
The first McDonald’s Che Guevara and Fidel Castro Capital of Brazil, in the beginning Pius XII and Hitler The King Rare Beatles photos Osama bin Laden and his family Titanic Then Titanic Today Fall of the Berlin Wall All forms of Coca-Cola bottles John Lennon shortly before his death Real Principles
Relive History with This Treasure Trove of Old Photos
Hitler's abandoned bunker, photographed by Allied soldiers, 1945. Elvis Presley as a soldier in the US Army, 1958. Bulletproof vests being tested, 1923. Paris' iconic Eiffel Tower being built, July 1888. Child laborers taking a smoking break, 1880. Yes, a SMOKING break.
Joke: The Soviet Tattletale
The man replies he was talking about Hitler. Stalin listens and decides the man is telling the truth. He agrees with his sentiments and sends the man on his way.
Watch the Amazing Story of the WWII Polish Military Bear
Wojtek: Poland’s Bear Soldier Who Fought Hitler's Nazis soldiers, baba recommends, History Lesson, bears, World War II, nazis, history facts, polar bears, animal videos Watch the amazing true story of Woztek, the bear soldier from Poland who went on to become the most unlikely war hero.
TRIVIA: Are You a World War Two History Buff?
Anne Frank’s family were from Frankfurt in Germany, but left for Amsterdam in the 1930s when Hitler acquired his power. She lost her citizenship in 1941 and became stateless. Amsterdam Paris New York Beijing Which one of these countries was not part of the Allied Alliance?
22 Rare and Beautifully Colorized Historical Photos
A member of the Hitler Youth aged 13 captured by the U.S. Army near Nartinzell in 1945, During the Battle of Berlin, Axmann's Hitler Youth formed a major part of the last line of German defense, and were reportedly among the fiercest fighters.
These Windows Into History Always Fascinate Me
Hitler's bunker after the conquest of Berlin, 1945. Victory flight of the Allies after World War II. Submitted by user: Nadia O.Y. Incredible Photos from History. photos, history, photography, historical photos Incredible Photos from History!
The Incredible Sights You Won't See Every Day...
Hitler’s office in Munich. Nowadays it is used as a music practice room . 11. Bagger 288, t he largest land vehicle, was built for mining. It is 220m (721 ft) long and 96m (315 ft) high. 12. Two different kinds of 5 pounds: Fat (on the left) versus muscle (on the right). 13.
These Alternate Versions of History Will Blow Your Mind!
What if Hitler had never invaded Poland? The list is endless. The following events were all turning points in our world's history, and had they turned out differently, today's world might be completely unrecognizable.
7 Interventions of Mother Nature That Altered History
Hitler's invasion of Russia Image Source: German Federal Archives / Wikimedia Commons Another leader who did not take the Russian winters seriously enough and refused to learn the lesson from Napoleon’s failure was Adolf Hitler. On June 22, 1941, he led his troops there.
What Change 70 Years Can Bring...
Hitler was expecting an invasion but he did not think it would be Normandy, he thought the allied forces would not attack such a well defended post. But they did. 130-156,000 troops, half American and half from other commonwealth countries, took the beach of Normandy on the 6th of June.