An Israeli in a cafe in Mevaseret Zion, Israel, January 26, 2014, shows the leading Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, where a large section is devoted to the diaries of Heinrich Himmler, the ... more 
An Israeli in a cafe in Mevaseret Zion, Israel, January 26, 2014, shows the leading Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, where a large section is devoted to the diaries of Heinrich Himmler, the Reichsfuhrer of Adolf Hitler's SS and the architect of the Nazi's 'Final Solution.' The newspaper, and a German paper Die Welt, is publishing some of the hundreds of photographs, personal letters and private diary entries of Himmler that cover details of his life from 1927 up until when he committed suicide in May 1945 as British forces captured his headquarters towards the close of World War II. Yedioth reveals some of the entries from diaries, including this; 'From Saturday until Tuesday I'll be in a killing field to test new and interesting methods of shooting.' Another entry to his wife reads, 'If Hitler would tell me to shoot my mother ? I would do it.' The diaries were discovered in Tel Aviv and were collecting dust for dozens of years before being bought by an painter whose daughter has made a film on Himmler and the personal diaries and photographs. 27 January 2014, marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. (EPA/JIM HOLLANDER) less 
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