Adolf Hitler as the twice-elected German Chancellor declined his state salary. He didn’t possess personal property and was the only statesman that never had a bank account. The millions he earned in royalties from Mein Kampf lay in Trust, at the EHER Publisher in Munich. In April 1945, when the end was near, Hitler instructed Adjutant Schaub, who had been severely wounded in the Great War, to donate to the publisher. What money was left was distributed between the household staff at Berchtesgaden as 'he did not want the faithful to suffer.’