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music: Wagner's "Gotterdammerung" (487K)-17 sec.
'what remains'
photo: Hitler's teeth (28K)

Image: Segment of Hitler's upper teeth brought by the Russians along with other remains, back to Moscow in 1945. They were concealed until the period of Perestroika in the early 1990's when the Moscow Archive was opened to scholars. (photo credit: unknown)

Music:
excerpt from Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods) by Richard Wagner, played over German radio when Hitler's death was announced. --Load time: ~17 sec.

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