Photograph of Adolph Hitler reading a book while flying on his private airplane Thousands of these German photographs were obtained when the Soviet (Russian) forces took control of Hitler's compounds in Germany at the end of World War II
Adolf Hitler as a witness in the murder trial, 1931. One of his storm troopers was accused of murdering a political enemy. He swore he had prohibited his storm troopers to use or possess arms. At his left stands Dr. Lippert, Mayor of Berlin at that time ; at his right sits Dr Hans Frank, later Governor of Nazi-occupied Poland; in the rear, between Hitler and Lippert is the face of Rudolph Hess, former leader, third in command, of the Nazi Party. The photograph was made secretly.