FRAGMENTS | Disguising Hitler
In fear of possible escape, the US intelligence (the OSS, which is subordinate to the CIA) recruited an American makeup artist, Eddie Senz, to prepare a number of possible portraits of Hitler in case he tried to disguise himself in order to flee Germany. These images were then distributed among Allied forces before the D-Day invasion in June 1944.
A half a century later, during the 90's, Der Spiegel released these images for the first time.
Bellow are hitler's portrait photographs taken between 1916-1936, showing distinct consistency throughout the years.