Well said!...Spot on. The now-deleted photograph was a picture of Allerberger. (I hadn't recoginzed him at first, but have checked since your post.)
Well done. Of course, the problem is not so much Google Images as the misidentification of photographs on the websites it finds.
The man is a Greek journalist named Kostas Kallergis. For the source of the photograph and others taken during his encounter with Rochus Misch, see: Hitle | When the Crisis hit the Fan
Anyway, we are straying a bit off course here.
This is about the death of a noteworthy man, the last survivor from the inner circle surrounding Hitler up until his suicide and an honest and invaluable period witness to these years.
Much dispute has surrounded Mr. Misch from the time he first came to public attention and until the end of his life.
We can objectively say that he fulfilled his duty as a soldier and was never directly or indirectly involved in any war crimes. Of course, the question whether it can bemorally acceptable to actually guard the life of a man like Hitler is not an easy one to answer. His considering the 20 July plotters as "murderers of comrades" is also a controversial issue. We might not condone that sentiment, but seeing it from his personal perspective - that of a man who might have fallen to the assassination attempt had he happened to be in that room at that point in time - makes it at least understandable.
Whatever moral implications we might see in his service, between his near-fatal injury in the Polish campaign and his years as a Soviet prisoner, he certainly paid a high price.
In the end, he was neither a hero, nor a villain, but an ordinary man who found himself in extraordinary times and circumstances.
May he rest in peace.