Himmler photo blitz
Awhile back there was a very big photo post featuring Hitler and many of his top officers. It grew very big because of everyone adding onto it.
Each time you see this post, just add your favorite Himmler photos onto it then reblog it
We will start with two participants, if you’re a Himmler fan, just jump on in !
Behind The Scenes Photos from Classic Universal Monster Movies
Spearheaded by producer Carl Laemmle, Jr. and visionary makeup artist Jack Pierce, Universal Studios’ series of monster movies were responsible for giving the world of cinema its first true horror icons, laying the groundwork for all other iconic boogeymen to follow.
Beginning in 1925 with the Lon Cheney fronted silent horror classic The Phantom of the Opera, Universal Studios churned out a series of monster movies that were heavy in tension, suspense and atmosphere, setting the ominous mood and tone for each film by way of thick fog, classical music scores and towering gothic castles. Adapting the works of such prominent literary figures as Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker and H. G. Wells, Universal effectively established itself as Hollywood’s ‘House of Horrors’ and continued its landmark series through the 1960s, the last of its original iconic monsters arriving in 1954 with Creature From the Black Lagoon.
In the early days of their relationship, Hitler would charm Braun with his Austrian manners: “May I invite you to the opera, Miss Eva? You see, I am always surrounded by men, and so I can appreciate my good fortune when I find myself in the company of a woman.”
A rarer version of Hitler’s 1932 Presidential campaign poster.
U-Boot U-711 Type VIIC
Cay-Lorenz Baron von Brockdorff
…wearing his black panzer jacket buttoned at the collar. a non-common practice.
U-Boot U-564 Typ VIIC
A studio photo of SS-Hauptscharführer Chapy Abel
(the rank of SS-Untersturmführer)
In the summer of 1944, he became part of the SS-Panzergrenadier-Regiment 40 / 18.SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Division “Horst Wessel “