Carl Weinrother

Given NameCarl


ww2dbaseCarl Weinrother was a German photographer who took many photographs at the 1936 Berlin Olympic games and captured many images of Nazi Germany.

Last Major Revision: Jan 2016

Photographs Taken by Carl Weinrother

Inscript above the main entrance of the Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany, 1932Nazi Party SA men drinking water during a break in their training, Niederbarnim, Brandenburg, Germany, 1932Nazi Party SA men on a parade ground in Britz, Berlin, Germany, 1932, photo 1 of 3Nazi Party SA men on a parade ground in Britz, Berlin, Germany, 1932, photo 2 of 3
See all 25 photographs by Carl Weinrother

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