227 items in this album on 12 pages.

Franz von Papen as a page in the Imperial Court, Berlin, Germany, 1897The Royal Preu├čische (Prussian) Military Academy in Lichterfelde Barracks, Berlin, Germany, circa 1900King Gustaf V of Sweden at a church service in Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany, Feb 1928Ernst Udet and other pilots at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany, Sep 1928
Franz von Papen as a page in the Imperial Court, Berlin, Germany, 1897The Royal Preu├čische (Prussian) Military Academy in Lichterfelde Barracks, Berlin, Germany, circa 1900King Gustaf V of Sweden at a church service in Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany, Feb 1928Ernst Udet and other pilots at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany, Sep 1928
Thea Rasche and Ernst Udet at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany, Sep 1928, photo 1 of 2Thea Rasche and Ernst Udet at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany, Sep 1928, photo 2 of 2Former leader of the American Legion Howard Savage with Ernst Udet in Berlin, Germany, Aug 1930Prince Nobuhito with his wife during an unofficial visit to Berlin, Germany, 1 Aug 1930; photo taken at the Hotel Adlon
Thea Rasche and Ernst Udet at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany, Sep 1928, photo 1 of 2Thea Rasche and Ernst Udet at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany, Sep 1928, photo 2 of 2Former leader of the American Legion Howard Savage with Ernst Udet in Berlin, Germany, Aug 1930Prince Nobuhito with his wife during an unofficial visit to Berlin, Germany, 1 Aug 1930; photo taken at the Hotel Adlon
Henry Stimson and Frederic Sackett at the Friedrichstra├če Station, Berlin, Germany, Jun 1931German pilot Ernst Udet and American pilot Alford Williams, Berlin, Germany, Jul 1931US Secretary of State Henry Stimson and Ambassador Frederic Moseley Sackett departing Paul von HindenburgLeutnant Heines speaking to a group of German Nazi SA men at the Berlin Sportpalast, Germany, Apr 1931
Henry Stimson and Frederic Sackett at the Friedrichstra├če Station, Berlin, Germany, Jun 1931German pilot Ernst Udet and American pilot Alford Williams, Berlin, Germany, Jul 1931US Secretary of State Henry Stimson and Ambassador Frederic Moseley Sackett departing Paul von Hindenburg's office in Berlin, Germany, Jul 1931Leutnant Heines speaking to a group of German Nazi SA men at the Berlin Sportpalast, Germany, Apr 1931
German Chancellor Franz von Papen and Minister of War Kurt von Schleicher at a harness horse racing event in the Karlshorst neighborhood of Berlin, Germany, 1932Hereditary Prince Josias, Kurt Gildisch, and other SS officers at Deutsches Stadion, Berlin, Germany, circa early 1930sInscript above the main entrance of the Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany, 1932Nazi Party members of the SA organization parading in Spandau, Berlin, Germany, 1932
German Chancellor Franz von Papen and Minister of War Kurt von Schleicher at a harness horse racing event in the Karlshorst neighborhood of Berlin, Germany, 1932Hereditary Prince Josias, Kurt Gildisch, and other SS officers at Deutsches Stadion, Berlin, Germany, circa early 1930sInscript above the main entrance of the Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany, 1932Nazi Party members of the SA organization parading in Spandau, Berlin, Germany, 1932
Goebbels and Rosenberg at the Berlin Sports Palace, Berlin, Germany, Jan 1932, photo 1 of 2Goebbels and Rosenberg at the Berlin Sports Palace, Berlin, Germany, Jan 1932, photo 2 of 2Adolf Hitler speaking at the Berliner Schloss at Lustgarten during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, 4 Apr 1932; note Goebbels next to HitlerReichstag building, constitution celebration, Berlin, Germany, 11 Aug 1932
Goebbels and Rosenberg at the Berlin Sports Palace, Berlin, Germany, Jan 1932, photo 1 of 2Goebbels and Rosenberg at the Berlin Sports Palace, Berlin, Germany, Jan 1932, photo 2 of 2Adolf Hitler speaking at the Berliner Schloss at Lustgarten during the German Presidental Election of 1932, Berlin, Germany, 4 Apr 1932; note Goebbels next to HitlerReichstag building, constitution celebration, Berlin, Germany, 11 Aug 1932

227 items in this album on 12 pages.



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