Wilhelm Keitel, Heinrich Himmler, and Erhard Milch awaiting before the armory for Adolf Hitler's arrival for the Memorial Day celebration, Berlin, Germany, March 14, 1942
Hitler meets with SS-Obergruppenführer Sepp Dietrich, commanding the SS Liebstandarte Adofl Hitler division. Sepp, the former head of Hitler's SS bodyguard, was "a friend from the old days" to whom Hitler felt a special attachment. Sepp proved himself a leader of men and a skilfful tactician. He fought to the very end, falling out with "Adolf" only during the closing days of the war.
U.S. recovers lost diary of Hitler confidant Alfred Rosenberg - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/u-s-recovers-lost-diary-of-hitler-confidant-alfred-rosenberg.html
Poison the Rat - Arcade games such as this were common in America during World War II. Often, these games could be found in local taverns. This game was manufactured in 1942 by Groetchen as was called "Poison the Rat". Hitler's head tilted left and right and the player tried to get a a steel ball into his mouth by moving Hitler's head.