Adolf Hitler (April 20, 1889 – April 30, 1945)

(FoxNews) – A man from Argentina shelled out more than $676,000 this weekend
at an auction selling the personal belongings of Adolf Hitler and his deputy,
Hermann Goering.

The man, who remained anonymous, spent $312,000 alone on what is believed
to be one of Hitler’s last uniform jackets.

The mystery buyer showed up at the Hermann Historica’s auction in Germany
dressed in dark clothes and wearing a baseball cap.

Other items auctioned were a pair of Hitler’s pants with leather pockets, X-rays
after his assassination attempt in 1944, and the brass container from where
Goering swallowed cyanide while awaiting trial in Nuremberg.

The Argentinian bidder also paid $47,500 for an aviator watch that belonged to
Goering, as well as some if his silk underwear for $3,400.

posted by Bob Karm in Auction,CURRENT EVENTS,Dictator,HISTORY,MILITARY,Nazi Germany,New release and have No Comments

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