Personality of Adolf Hitler is not only controversial, it is one of the most hated figures in world history. 30 April 1945, the führer committed suicide.
The American edition until recently did not believe in Hitler’s death, and published news about it only on may 2. Less than a week later, German troops finally surrendered in Europe, which meant the defeat of the axis. At that time, the media did not hide their delight from the death of the Fuhrer.
Time, United States
One of the most iconic covers of the famous American magazine Time, which was used to refer to Hitler’s death.
The Times, UK
The Times has published an article about how the news of Hitler’s death spread across the UK: “the London newspaper received the announcement of Hitler’s death, and in the publications were printed long obituaries and biographical sketches Doenitz”.
The New York Daily News, United States
The American newspaper New York Daily News came out with a huge title on the first page: “Hitler dead.”
The Salt Lake Tribune, United States
Newspaper the Salt Lake Tribune struck to doubt the death of Hitler. They published a quote by the Associated Press Berlin correspondent, Louis Lochner: “I still find it difficult to believe that Hitler is really dead. He could not afford to accept the unconditional surrender, so what we perceive as real suicide, it may be a well-staged death”.
The French newspaper L’aube titled article La mort de Hitler – “Hitler’s Death”. The next title reads – Berlin est tombé – “Berlin falls”.
El Universo, Ecuador
The news soon reached South America. Journalists write in the subtitle: “We believe that Hitler’s death will hasten the end of the war.”
The official press of Germany have expressed their grief after the death of Hitler. Carl Kaufman, a Nazi leader in Hamburg, wrote on the first page: “This is the darkest hour for our people today, when we hear the news that the führer fell in the capital of the Empire.”
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.