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With Admiral Domvile visting a college in Oxford.<br />
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Hitler Youth holiday to pre-war Britain.<br />
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A remarkable photo album showing members of the Hitler Youth on a tour of British landmarks just a year before the outbreak of WW2 have come to light.<br />
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The bizarre trip was arranged by notorious Nazi sympathiser Admiral Sir Barry Domvile, who accompanied the young Nazi's around many sights later targeted by the Luftwaffe during Hitlers infamous Baedecker raids.<br />
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German schoolboys wearing white shirts, black ties and black shorts can be seen posing in front of Windsor castle, the Houses of Parliament and even an Oxford college.<br />
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They also witnessed the changing of the guard, had their photo taken with a Beefeater at the Tower of London and posed under the new red white and black German flag brought in by Hitler flying in a London street.