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In this 1933 photo released by Alexander Historical Auctions, Adolf Hitler embraces Rosa Bernile Nienau at his mountainside Bavarian retreat in Germany. The photograph is inscribed by Hitler himself in dark blue ink. Heinrich Hoffmann/AP hide caption

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shakes hands with U.S. President Trump during their summit on June 12 in Singapore. Handout/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump Has Some Awfully Kind Words For Kim Jong Un

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer answers reporters' questions during the daily news conference at the White House on Tuesday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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White House Spokesman Stumbles Over Assad-Hitler Comparison

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German dictator Adolf Hitler gives a speech in October 1944. Author Norman Ohler says that Hitler's abuse of drugs increased "significantly" from the fall of 1941 until the winter of 1944. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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Author Says Hitler Was 'Blitzed' On Cocaine And Opiates During The War

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Adolf Hitler was born in 1889 in an upstairs apartment of this house in the Austrian town of Braunau am Inn, near the border with Germany. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson/NPR hide caption

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For Austria, A Tough Choice On What To Do With Hitler's Birthplace

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The new "critical edition" of Mein Kampf, shown here in a Munich bookstore on Friday, is the first version of Adolf Hitler's notorious manifesto to be published in Germany since the end of World War II. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' Is Back In German Bookstores After 70 Years

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Berlin on Wednesday. Amos Ben Gershom/Israeli Government Press office/EPA/LandovV hide caption

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Cartoonist Art Spiegelman attends the French Institute Alliance Francaise's "After Charlie: What's Next for Art, Satire and Censorship" at Florence Gould Hall on Feb. 19 in New York City. Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images hide caption

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Graphic Novel About Holocaust 'Maus' Banned In Russia For Its Cover

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Photos of a JC Penney billboard in Culver City, Calif., spurred an online debate over whether the tea kettle resembles German tyrant Adolf Hitler. Imgur, via KPCC hide caption

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