Pictures of feared Hitler henchman to be sold after almost 60 years in British home





An extraordinary insight into the private life of one of Hitler's most feared henchmen has come to light after more than 60 years hidden in a British home.
Viktor Lutze was a key figure in the Nazi leader's rise to power and served as chief of staff of the reviled SA - more commonly known as the brownshirts.

Yet intimate pictures seized from his house by Allied forces cast him in the unlikely role of a family man who enjoyed day trips and games of table-tennis.

Almost 100 private photographs once treasured by the one-eyed thug reveal the wealthy and care-free existence he was able to enjoy away from the Fuhrer.

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