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Mick Jagger must have been very inspired by the encounter with Leni Riefenstahl in 1974, because a few months later Rolling Stones released the disc It's Only Rock'n Roll with a cover nearly identical to a picture of Adolf Hitler Nuremberg from 1934.

Mick Jagger must have been very inspired by the encounter with Leni Riefenstahl in because a few months later Rolling Stones released the disc It's Only Rock'n Roll with a cover nearly identical to a picture of Adolf Hitler Nuremberg from

1928. Leni Riefenstahl. Anna May Wong and Marlene Dietrich odd to see those three together...

L-R, Actresses Leni Riefenstahl, Anna May Wong and Marlene Dietrich at the Pierre Ball in Berlin.

Leni Riefenstahl - I must point out that I did not agree with her nazi sympathies, that goes without saying. I merely admire her work and her unbelievable energy.

Leni Riefenstahl - I must point out that I did not agree with her nazi sympathies, that goes without saying. I merely admire her work and her unbelievable energy.

Albert Speer and Leni Refeinstall

Albert Speer and Leni Refeinstall

"Helene Bertha Amalie "Leni" Riefenstahl, 1902–2003. German film director, actress and dancer, noted for her aesthetics and innovations as a filmmaker. Most famous film was Triumph of the Will, a documentary made at 1934 Nuremberg congress of the Nazi, Party. Riefenstahl's prominence in the Third Reich, along with her personal association with Adolf Hitler, destroyed her film career following Germany's defeat in World War II, after which she was arrested but released without any charges."

Helene Bertha Amalie "Leni" Riefenstahl, German film director, actress and dancer, noted for her aesthetics and innovations as a filmmaker.

The deaths wouldn't have happened if it weren't for Mick Jagger's (pictured above at the c...

Inside the deadly Rolling Stones' concert at Altamont

Darkest day in rock history: How violence at Rolling Stones& Altamont festival went beyond infamous Hells Angels murder - Mirror Online

Joseph Goebbels, Leni Riefenstahl and Adolf Hitler

Leni Riefenstahl with Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels during their visit to her new home, Berlin 1937

Hardy Krüger

Hardy Kruger in the 1977 movie A Bridge Too Far, portrays a character named SS-Brigadeführer Ludwig, a role based on Heinz Harmel and Walter Harzer. Harmel did not want his name to be mentioned in the movie.

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