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The Enemy-
"Hitler in Seinen Bergen"

"A picture report from the fight for Germany"

Photographs from a propaganda picture book designed to promote the nearly god-like worship of Adolph Hitler by the German people.

Note: This section of our site contains explicit images of Hitler and Nazi imagery, including the Nazi swastika.

We have purposely excluded such imagery from all other areas of this site.

These images are presented for historical purposes only.

We feel it is essential for all people, everywhere, to remember the things that happened to cause the horrors of World War II. Understanding and remembering the past is crucial if we are to prevent future mistakes.

Dr. Joseph Goebbels was a master propagandist. He arranged for the total marketing of Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party to the German people.

One of the books John Crews brought back from Germany is called "Hitler In His Mountains," containing many photographs that present him in nothing less than reverential tones.

These select photos from that book will give a glimpse into the kind of presentation that was being made to the German people and the rest of the world, to sell Hitler as the savior of the German nation.

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A special effort was made to depict Hitler with adoring children.

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Hitler and Dr. Goebbels

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Hitler with Hermann Goering . .

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. . . and with Rudolph Hess

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[Caption]:

"Still a Student"

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This site was originally published for John's 75th birthday in September, 2000.
It was revised and updated in 2011 and again in this responsive form in 2020.
© Copyright 2020 David P. Crews–CrewsCreative, Austin, Texas  All rights reserved.    –––      Contact:  david@crewscreative.com
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Photo credits:  Unless otherwise indicated, all photos on this site
are from the private collection of John C. Crews.

Certain photos are reproduced courtesy of the Franklin Roosevelt Library.
Official Army photos by the U.S. Army Signal Corps. are reproduced
from the original booklets and materials.

The photo of the "Marine Devil" ship is courtesy of Bruce T. Doll, www.imagesofvision.com.

All graphics, photographs, and text on this site are ©2020, David P. Crews, unless otherwise noted.

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