prisonernumber7:

richardfalk:

tetrismusic:

Baldur von Schirach, don’t know what year.

1945/1946 Nuremberg Trials. Schirach looks so good here cause he lost all his baby fat, haha, from his HJ days.

HOLY

prisonernumber7:

richardfalk:

tetrismusic:

Baldur von Schirach, don’t know what year.

1945/1946 Nuremberg Trials. Schirach looks so good here cause he lost all his baby fat, haha, from his HJ days.

HOLY

fuldagap:

Aleksandr Gerasimov.  Stalin at a Meeting with Commanders (1937)

fuldagap:

Aleksandr Gerasimov.  Stalin at a Meeting with Commanders (1937)

(Source: ussrpainting.blogspot.com)

prisonernumber7:

"He liked to race his super-charged Mercedes roadster down a newly constructed highway. Alfred Leitgen, his adjutant, recalled, ‘Hess drove a car the same way he flew a plane. You had the feeling that, at any moment, he was going to take off.’"

prisonernumber7:

"He liked to race his super-charged Mercedes roadster down a newly constructed highway. Alfred Leitgen, his adjutant, recalled, ‘Hess drove a car the same way he flew a plane. You had the feeling that, at any moment, he was going to take off.’"

rnph:

tumblr is pretty cool because no matter what you choose to blog about (whether it be jokes, a fandom, fashion, or something else) someone out there will always explicitly hate you for it with mad intensity

(Source: 180mph)

prisonernumber7:

Rudolf Hess as a teenager with parents Fritz and Klara, sister Margarete, and brother Alfred.

prisonernumber7:

Rudolf Hess as a teenager with parents Fritz and Klara, sister Margarete, and brother Alfred.

prisonernumber7:

Hess in 1933

prisonernumber7:

Hess in 1933

tkohl:

Speer & Hess in custody

prisonernumber7:

Candid photo of Hess taken during a spring vacation in 1936

prisonernumber7:

Candid photo of Hess taken during a spring vacation in 1936

prisonernumber7:

When saluted by Hess, Hitler often retorted fondly with the phrase “Heil Hess.” This affectionate return salutation was reserved by the Führer solely for his Deputy.

prisonernumber7:

When saluted by Hess, Hitler often retorted fondly with the phrase “Heil Hess.” This affectionate return salutation was reserved by the Führer solely for his Deputy.