845 items in this album on 43 pages.

US 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 1931Hereditary 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, 1932
US 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 1931Hereditary 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, 1932
Members of Hitler Youth giving the Nazi Party salute on their bicycles, near Berlin, Germany, 1932Goebbels 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 Hitler
Members of Hitler Youth giving the Nazi Party salute on their bicycles, near Berlin, Germany, 1932Goebbels 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 Hitler
Reichstag building, constitution celebration, Berlin, Germany, 11 Aug 1932Chancellor Papen entering the Reichstag, Berlin, Germany, 12 Sep 1932Aerial photo of Oderwerke facilities at Stettin, Germany, 1930s; note floating drydock and two ships under construction in slipsHermann Göring speaking to the Reichstag in Berlin, Germany, circa 1932-1933
Reichstag building, constitution celebration, Berlin, Germany, 11 Aug 1932Chancellor Papen entering the Reichstag, Berlin, Germany, 12 Sep 1932Aerial photo of Oderwerke facilities at Stettin, Germany, 1930s; note floating drydock and two ships under construction in slipsHermann Göring speaking to the Reichstag in Berlin, Germany, circa 1932-1933
Oderwerke facilities at Stettin, Germany, 1930s; note floating drydockWilhelm von Leeb, Prince Philipp, and others at a Nazi state function in Kassel, Germany, 1933The Reichstag building on fire, Berlin, Germany, 27 Feb 1933The Reichstag building in the morning after the fire, Berlin, Germany, 28 Feb 1933
Oderwerke facilities at Stettin, Germany, 1930s; note floating drydockWilhelm von Leeb, Prince Philipp, and others at a Nazi state function in Kassel, Germany, 1933The Reichstag building on fire, Berlin, Germany, 27 Feb 1933The Reichstag building in the morning after the fire, Berlin, Germany, 28 Feb 1933
Charred ruins of the Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany, late Feb or early Mar 1933Adolf Hitler speaking to the Reichstag about the Enabling Act, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 23 Mar 1933Mess hall, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, May 1933Prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 24 May 1933
Charred ruins of the Reichstag building, Berlin, Germany, late Feb or early Mar 1933Adolf Hitler speaking to the Reichstag about the Enabling Act, Kroll Opera House, Berlin, Germany, 23 Mar 1933Mess hall, Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, May 1933Prisoners at Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany, 24 May 1933

845 items in this album on 43 pages.



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