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Title Adolf Hitler, Kinderbild Info non-talk.svg
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Adolf Hitler
faschistischer Führer, Hauptkriegsverbrecher.
geb: 20.4.1889 in Braunau (Inn)
gest: (Selbstmord) 30.4.1945 in Berlin

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Adolf Hitler als Kleinkind (Porträt)
Depicted people
  • Hitler, Adolf: Reichskanzler, Deutschland
Depicted place Adolf Hitler
Date 1889/1890 ca.
Photographer Unknown
Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183)
Accession number Bild 183-1989-0322-506
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