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Hitler papers to go on display

Hitler papers to go on display
LAP99062806 - 28 JUNE 1999 - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA: This is a photographic copy of the cover of the deluxe edition of Hitler's "Mein Kampf" sent by General George Patton to the chairman of the Huntington Library. The Nazi-era Nuremberg Laws, which were a critical step in initiating the Holocaust and are signed by Adolf Hitler, will go on display along with this edition to the public, June 29 at the Skirball Cultural Center, a private museum in Los Angeles, as a permanent loan from the Huntington Library in Pasadena, Ca., where the paper's have been secretly kept since 1945. The package is marked with wax seals of the Third Reich, which was seized at Eichstatt, Germany, on April 28, 1945 by members of the 203rd CIC Detachment III Corps. It was presented to General George S..Patton on May 30, 1945. (bc-us-hitlerpapers) jr/Huntington Library UPI
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