For the history books: New pictures of Hitler, published by Life magazine, do not provide any revelations, but do show the Fuhrer in full, living color for the first time. The way the photographs made their way into Life magazine's offices is remarkable in and of itself. All the pictures were taken by Hugo Jaeger, a photographer who spent seven years with Hitler. After the fall of the Nazis, he closely guarded his undeveloped rolls of film, and eventually buried them in the ground for over 15 years. Late in his life, Jaeger unearthed the film and sold it to Life, only five years before his death. Thursday marks the first time the photographs of the Fuhrer have been seen by the public.