Heinrich Hoffman was a key part in the making of the Hitler legend, the photographer who carefully crafted the image of the Führer as a godlike figure. Hoffmann published his first book of photographs in 1919, following his work as an official photographer for the German army. In 1920 he joined the Nazi Party, and his association with Hitler began.
"Struwwelpeter" ist der Titel eines Werkes des Frankfurter Arztes Heinrich Hoffmann aus dem Jahr 1845 und zugleich die Titelfigur des Buches. Das Bilderbuch enthält mehrere Geschichten, in denen Kinder nach (angeblichem) Fehlverhalten drastische Folgen erleiden, die von einem Sturz ins Wasser bis zum Tod reichen.Der…
He became Hitler's official photographer and traveled with him extensively. He took over two million photographs of Hitler, and they were distributed widely, including on postage stamps, an enterprise that proved very profitable for both men. Hoffmann published several books on Hitler in the 1930s, including The Hitler Nobody Knows (1933). Hoffmann and Hitler were very close, and he acted not only as a personal confidante - his memoirs include rare details of the Führer - but also as a matchmaker – it is Hoffmann who introduced Eva Braun, his studio assistant, to Hitler.
At the end of the war, Hoffmann was arrested by the US military, who also seized his photographic archive, and was sentenced to imprisonment for Nazi profiteering.
This edition of a classic book includes photographs by Hoffmann and a new introduction by Roger Moorhouse.
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