Heinrich Hoffmann, the personal photographer of the FŁhrer was a man who did not come to the foreground often but was a prominent figure within the Nazi regime nonetheless. Apart from the fact that he was an important coq in the propaganda machinery of the Third Reich, he was seen regularly in the vicinity of prominent Nazis, a confidant of Hitler and he even competed with Goebbels for the most intimate bond with the FŁhrer. After his arrest in May 1945, the same man who shot pictures for dozens of years in order to glorify Nazism would now be obliged, using the same pictures, to help the courts try the Nazis remaining after the war he had seen through his lenses.
- Step up to a shining career
- First World War
- Rise of Nazism
- Campaign photographer and Hitlerís confidant
- Virtues and failings
- To Moscow
- Attack on the West
- Berlin under ground
- After the war
- German word for leader. During his reign of power Adolf Hitler was FŁhrer of Nazi Germany.
- Abbreviation of a national socialist.
- Abbreviation of national socialism.
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