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  2. In this exclusive Week ender feature, Heinrich Hoffman, Hitler's photographer, recalls how... HITLER'S HUNCHES SAVED HIS LIFE

    ADOLF HITLER'S "religion" was his belief in fate, providence, and premonitions. He was convinced that he had been chosen by fate to lead the German people. His rise to power, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. LAURIE NASH tells PETER BANFIELD why... I clocked Chitty

    I "clocked" Carlton captain Bob Chitty in the 1945 grand final against South Melbourne. I was after him, and I got him. And even if I say so myself, it was a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    "YOU mean to say that you carried this pudding in here all by YOURSELF?" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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