Röhm salutes Hitler during the Nazi Party-day rally at Nuremberg in September 1933 - ever-dutiful in public but increasingly contemptuous of Hitler in private. Hitler would soon murder Rohm and others to protect his absolute power. Germany World War Two
Führer Adolf Hitler carefully treads across a makeshift bridge over a ditch while on visit to his Eastern Front forward command headquarters famously dubbed the "Wolf's Lair". Located in the far reaches of the East Prussian Masurian woodlands, the Wolf's Lair was constructed as a secure and relatively close location where Hitler could meet with his generals to plan operations for the eastern theatre whilst not burdening them with a long journey from their command.