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On the turntable at Hitler's HQ

August 09, 2007|From the Associated Press

A collection of recordings taken from Adolf Hitler's headquarters at the end of World War II includes performances by Jewish musicians and works by Russian composers, according to a German magazine report.

The weekly Der Spiegel said the daughter of a World War II Soviet military intelligence officer showed it a collection of about 100 records her father took from the Reich chancellery in Berlin when the city fell to the Red Army in 1945.

It was not clear exactly whom the records belonged to or whether Hitler listened to them.

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