214 items in this album on 11 pages.

Adolf Hitler declaring war on the United States at the German Reichstag, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Adolf Hitler receiving salutes from the German Reichstag upon declaring war on the United States, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941German Reichstag saluting Adolf Hitler shortly after GermanyMembers of Hitler Youth marching out of the Berlin-Lichterfelde barracks belonging to Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Germany, circa 1942
Adolf Hitler declaring war on the United States at the German Reichstag, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941, photo 1 of 2Adolf Hitler receiving salutes from the German Reichstag upon declaring war on the United States, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941German Reichstag saluting Adolf Hitler shortly after Germany's declaration of war on the United States, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 11 Dec 1941; note G├Âring and LammersMembers of Hitler Youth marching out of the Berlin-Lichterfelde barracks belonging to Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Germany, circa 1942
Members of Hitler Youth on the parade ground of the Berlin-Lichterfelde barracks belonging to Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Germany, circa 1942Adolf Hitler speaking at Fritz TodtFuneral procession of Fritz Todt, Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany, 12 Feb 1942; note Wilhelm Keitel, Erich Raeder, Erhard Milch immediate behind the gun carriage10.5 cm FlaK 38 gun and crew atop the Berlin Zoo Flak Tower, Berlin, Germany, Apr 1942
Members of Hitler Youth on the parade ground of the Berlin-Lichterfelde barracks belonging to Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Germany, circa 1942Adolf Hitler speaking at Fritz Todt's funeral, Berlin, Germany, 12 Feb 1942Funeral procession of Fritz Todt, Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany, 12 Feb 1942; note Wilhelm Keitel, Erich Raeder, Erhard Milch immediate behind the gun carriage10.5 cm FlaK 38 gun and crew atop the Berlin Zoo Flak Tower, Berlin, Germany, Apr 1942
Crew of a Flakvierling 38 anti-aircraft gun atop the Berlin Zoo flak tower, Berlin, Germany, 16 Apr 1942; note range measuring device in foreground and radar station in backgroundSubhash Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 29 May 1942Himmler looked on as HeydrichGerman troops being honored at the Sportpalast for taking part in the rescue of Mussolini, Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943
Crew of a Flakvierling 38 anti-aircraft gun atop the Berlin Zoo flak tower, Berlin, Germany, 16 Apr 1942; note range measuring device in foreground and radar station in backgroundSubhash Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 29 May 1942Himmler looked on as Heydrich's casket was carried out of the Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 9 Jun 1942German troops being honored at the Sportpalast for taking part in the rescue of Mussolini, Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943
Otto Skorzeny presenting an award to Helmut K├Ârner, Sportpalast, Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943Otto Skorzeny, Helmut K├Ârner, Fritz Reinhardt, and Kurt Zschirnt at a rally at the Sportpalast in Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943, photo 1 of 2Otto Skorzeny, Helmut K├Ârner, Fritz Reinhardt, and Kurt Zschirnt at a rally at the Sportpalast in Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943, photo 2 of 2B-17G Fortress
Otto Skorzeny presenting an award to Helmut K├Ârner, Sportpalast, Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943Otto Skorzeny, Helmut K├Ârner, Fritz Reinhardt, and Kurt Zschirnt at a rally at the Sportpalast in Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943, photo 1 of 2Otto Skorzeny, Helmut K├Ârner, Fritz Reinhardt, and Kurt Zschirnt at a rally at the Sportpalast in Berlin, Germany, 3 Oct 1943, photo 2 of 2B-17G Fortress 'Silver Dollar' of the 384th Bomb Group over Berlin with its tail section knocked off from bombs falling from a higher bomber group, 9 Mar 1944. 8 were killed and 2 were taken prisoner.
B-17G Fortress B-17G Fortress B-17G Fortress B-17G Fortress
B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 1 of 4B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 2 of 4B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 3 of 4B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed. Photo 4 of 4

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