Book Title: The Hitler Photo Album: 350 Images of Adolf Hitler That "They" Don't Want You To See
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: M S King
From his rise to power in 1933 until the present day, Adolf Hitler remains the most well-known and controversial figure of the last century. Not surprisingly, he was also one of the most photographed men as well. Who among us is unfamiliar with his face and trademark “toothbrush” moustache? It is said that a picture is worth 1,000 words. But the only shots the general public gets to see of Hitler are cherry-picked to produce a certain effect or taken out of context – which means that the “1000 words” for each of those images can be greatly manipulative and misleading. It’s always Hitler with a scowl on his face, or caught up during the climax of a rip-roaring speech, or gazing sternly as goose-stepping soldiers pass by him. But what do those images actually show? Is that really a mad man screaming for world domination from the podium? Or is it a righteously angered German patriot denouncing aggressive foreign elements for the damage they had inflicted upon Germany? Is that a warmongering tyrant sending German boys off to die for world conquest? Or are the soldiers going off to save Europe from Stalin’s Red Army? You see, the specially selected images we have been fed all of our lives are actually inconclusive. They only serve the purpose of supporting the “official” narrative of Hitler as monster and FDR, Churchill, Eisenhower as heroes. In the interest of historical accuracy, M S King of TomatoBubble.com has compiled a collection of amazing Hitler photos and other images which reveal a side to the legendary German leader that “the powers that be” will not allow you to see. And to the naysayers who will no doubt claim that Hitler posed for these photos solely for propaganda purposes, the truth is that many of the photos and still frames from videos, come from private sources close to Hitler, and were never intended for public dissemination. The side of Hitler’s personality which these images reveal to us is real. Whatever conclusions or further questions that viewers wish to draw from this collection is for them to decide.