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The world’s last surviving Tiger I tank in running order can be seen at Bovington Tank Museum in Dorset, UK.<br />
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The story of Hitler's Third Reich is told in a unique way in a new book which provides a fresh insight into the sinister regime through 100 objects.<br />
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Included in the comprehensive list is Hitler's personal moustache brush which was taken from the bedroom of his Munich apartment after his death by his housekeeper Anni Winter. <br />
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Historian Roger Moorhouse also reveals the bizarre tale of Nazi deputy leader Rudolf Hess' long johns which were seized by the British after his misjudged decision to fly to Britain in 1941 for 'peace' talks.<br />
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They were confiscated by the British secret service for 'propaganda' purposes and have been locked away in the Imperial War Museum archives in London for the past 75 years.