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That fateful day in Dallas...

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Adolf Hitler, age 35, on his release from Landesberg Prison, on December 20, 1924. He had been convicted of treason for his role in an attempted coup in 1923 known as the Beer Hall Putsch.

Adolf Hitler, age 35, on his release from Landesberg Prison, on December 20, 1924. He had been convicted of treason for his role in an attempted coup in 1923 known as the Beer Hall Putsch.

A US soldier offers his hand to a woman leaving a cave where she had hidden with her child during the battle between Japanese and American forces. Saipan, 1944

A US soldier offers his hand to a woman leaving a cave where she had hidden with her child during the battle between Japanese and American forces. Saipan, 1944

On May 21, Colonel Bird, Commandant of Belsen Camp, gave the order for the last hut at Belsen Concentration Camp to be burned. A rifle salute was fired in honor of the dead, the British flag was run up at the same moment as a flame-thrower set fire to the last hut. A German flag and portrait of Hitler went up in flames inside the hut in June of 1945.

On May 21, Colonel Bird, Commandant of Belsen Camp, gave the order for the last hut at Belsen Concentration Camp to be burned. A rifle salute was fired in honor of the dead, the British flag was run up at the same moment as a flame-thrower set fire to the last hut. A German flag and portrait of Hitler went up in flames inside the hut in June of 1945.

Nuremberg trials- Herta Oberheuser was the only female defendant in the Nuremberg Medical Trial, where she was sentenced to 20 years in jail.    [edit] Release from prisonShe was released in April 1952 for good behavior and became a family doctor in Stocksee, Germany. She lost her position in 1956, after a Ravensbrück survivor recognized her, and her license to practice medicine was revoked in 1958. She died in January 1978 at the age of 66.

Nuremberg trials- Herta Oberheuser was the only female defendant in the Nuremberg Medical Trial, where she was sentenced to 20 years in jail. [edit] Release from prisonShe was released in April 1952 for good behavior and became a family doctor in Stocksee, Germany. She lost her position in 1956, after a Ravensbrück survivor recognized her, and her license to practice medicine was revoked in 1958. She died in January 1978 at the age of 66.

Dachau, Germany. An inmate lying on a bench immediately after the liberation of the camp, 1945.

Dachau, Germany. An inmate lying on a bench immediately after the liberation of the camp, 1945.

Larry, Moe and Curly

Larry, Moe and Curly

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