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What did Adolf Hitler look like?

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Adolf Hitler's trademark was his unique moustache style that formed a rectangle on top of his upper lip. He was of average build, with dark brown hair and brown eyes.

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Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Party and the Chancellor of Germany between 1933 and 1945. He was the center personality of World War II and the Holocaust. Few written physical descriptions of Hitler exist, however, what he looked like can still be known from photos and videos, though most of them are in black and white. He was known for his charismatic persona and the footage that survived display the figure of a great orator with power to sway the masses.

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