The pictures on the Hitler Pages have different sources. First of all we use pictures from books we own. You can find the booktitles in our bibliography. The copyrights of these pictures are going to be mentioned right below the pictures in the near future. We’re busy improving the acknoledgement of the pictures at this time. If you have something to say about this matter, please send us an e-mail.
Some other pictures we took from open sources on the internet. We try not to take pictures of sites that give the same sort of information as we do, without linking to that site.
There are also pictures we made ourselves on the website. If you want to use pictures of this last category in a non-commercial way and on the internet, you’re free to do so. It would be nice if you mention this website as the source of the picture. If there’s another reason why you want to use them (for instance for documentaries or books) we would like you to ask our permission. It almost never is a problem. Sometimes we provide pictures of a higher resolution (than on the website) for special projects.
The pictures made in München, Nürnberg, Berchtesgaden and the Obersalzberg have been made in November of 2006. Of Berchtesgaden and the Obersalzberg we also added some pictures made in the summer of 2005 and 2006. The pictures of Belgium and France are made in March 2007. In December 2007 we made a journey to Nordrhein Festfalen, to visit the Felsennest and Ordensburg Vogelsang. The pictures of Prag are made in 2004 and 2006. We took pictures in Berlin at different occasions between 2004 and 2006. A nice guy from Austria send us the great pictures of Linz in 2008. In the summer of 2008 I made a trip to Köln, Düsseldorf and Bad Godesberg. In February of 2009 I was back in the northern parts of France and the south-western parts of Belgium. The pictures of those trips are also on the Hitlerpages. Trips to Berlin in 2009 and 2010 also resulted in some new pictures on the Berlin pages.
We receive pictures from helpfull people from aal over the world. When you’ve got something that could be interesting, we’d be very gratefull.