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    Adolf Hitler’s Long-lost Custom-made Swastika Ring Could Fetch $100,000 at Auction

    After Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933, the swastika has become strongly associated with Nazism. About the Fuhrer and his madness is superfluous to speak, but Nazi relics still worthy of attention, special if belonged to dictator itself. Such one example is his famous, long-lost custom-made swastika ring which is going under the hammer […] More

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    Adolf Hitler’s Munich Treaty Signing Desk Fetches $423,000 at Auction

    A Brass Desk embossed with the letters AH, which once belonged to Nazi leader himself was sold for $423,000 to a California historical collector at a Stamford auction last week. The ceremonial desk set, including ink wells and the Nazi crest of an eagle and swastika, was used by Adolf Hitler in the signing of the Munich […] More

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    Two Paintings of Hitler’s Parents go up for Auction

    Two lost portrait of Klara and Aloise, Adolf Hitler’s parents are set to go on sale next month and is expected to fetch up to $100,000. These original oil paintings of German Dictator’s parents had hung in a former Hitler-owned residence in Bavaria, Germany and have been lost since the end of the Second World War. The […] More