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SCENES OF HITLER'S FATEFUL LAST STAND

GRUESOME SHELTER Churchill Declines To Pose Where Fuehrer Died N.Z. Press Association —Copyright Rec. 10.30 a.m. LONDON, July 16. Mr. Churchill and President Truman to-day toured the devastated heart of Berlin. Mr. Churchill, who was accompanied by his daughter Mary and Mr. Eden, was met at the Brandenburg Gate by the Russian Military Governor, Colonel-General Gorbatov. Mr. Churchill struck an almost belligerent pose while.standing near the spot where Hitler's body was reported to have been burned. He arrived at the Chancellery about ten minutes after President Truman had passed and, unlike the latter, g£j&Si his Russian escorts. • _ The visiting Prime Minister closely inspected Hitler's office and other parts of the Chancellery and d£cendtd through the gench mto *y,a Tinripreround. shelter wiieie wtiPr and his companion Eva: g& Slum"* bSnr. "churchUl S,a Sa°e| e Tru S . preyed & ?uV7 Ur «he;~|, e Holer's Chancellery and other once buildings. As Ms c ]ooted outside the ""£*" ar f sh ook his a terrible does when he overreaches himselt.

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SCENES OF HITLER'S FATEFUL LAST STAND, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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SCENES OF HITLER'S FATEFUL LAST STAND Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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