February 20, 2017

Undisclosed bidder pays $243,000 for Hitler’s phone

 The telephone used  by German dictator, Adolf Hitler, has been auctioned for $243,000 in New York.

 It was the device he used to issue most of the commands that sent people to their painful graves.
The phone, a Siemens bakelite, was later repainted to red and was recovered from one of his bunkers in 1945, and has been kept in an English country home ever since.
   The winning bidder also bidded by a telephone call, but his name was decidedly kept under wraps.

Undisclosed bidder pays $243,000 for Hitler's phone


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