RM2FNFBFJ–A symposium for Arab medical professionals and journalists is held at the Sheraton Hotel. From left to right: Diyad Hassa, President of the Arab Federation of Sports Journalists, Professor Einar Erikson, President of the International Federation of Sports Medicine, Othman Al-Saad, Secretary General of the Arab Federation of Sports and Youth, Mohammed Al-Sadi, graduate in business, Ali Buzayen, President of the Arab Federation of Sports Medicine and Franz Heigenhauser from the Bavarian Ministry of Social Affairs. [automated translation]
RMTA21GF–God created the earth. The image of a Lombard painter from the 4th century shows the initially chaotic world during the creation process as it is already halfway organized. Earth and water are already separated, the Garden of Eden with the two rivers is visible as well. The bundle of rays emanated by God indicates the progress of creation.
RMTA21J4–Portrait of the German Emperor Otto I (21.11.912-07.05.973), son of King Henry I.
RMTA230P–A coin with the image of the first Christian Roman emperor. On the headdress the sign of the cross can be recognized here for the first time.
RMTA3BFN–The city of Colmar in Alsace before 1914.
RMTA3559–A non-rigid airship designed by August von Parseval is presented to spectators at the Airport Oberwiesenfeld in Munich.
RMTA15DM–A Lockheed 9B Orion of Swissair on the apron of the Munich airport Oberwiesenfeld. The numerous spectators in the background and that this aircraft was at that time the fastest in the world, suggests a possible air show on this day.
RMTA3BPD–On the occasion of an air show, a Ju-52 transport aircraft with the name 'Heinrich Gontermann' (fighter pilot in the First World War) is on the apron of the Munich airport Oberwiesenfeld. In the background, a large number of spectators on the tribune, which is decorated with swastikas.
RMTA2BXN–The Parseval III has landed on the Oberwiesenfeld airfield while being watched by a large crowd. The non-rigid airship is for the first time in Munich.
RMTA34JF–A Rohrbach Roland of the Lufthansa (registration D-999, given name 'Watzmann').
RMTA17D7–Dispatch of a Junkers G 24 airliner.
RMTA2DA2–A Dornier Merkur III, with which Lufthansa began its route service from Berlin-Tempelhof through Halle, Erfurt and Stuttgart to Zurich.
RMTA3759–Joachim von Ribbentrop on his arrival at Croydon airport. Ribbentrop was German ambassador to London (1936-38) and Reich Minister of Foreign Affairs (1938-45).
RMTA3870–Reception of the crew of a Focke-Wulf FW 200 Condor after a non-stop flight from New York to Berlin-Tempelhof. In the middle, the fighter pilot, aircraft designer and later Chief of Aircraft Procurement and Supply of the Luftwaffe, Ernst Udet.
RMTA2RGK–The actor Gerhard Bienert in the role of the board mechanic Huebner in the movie 'Gewitterflug zu Claudia'.
RMTA2FE7–A Lufthansa steward serves passengers aboard an aircraft.
RMTA2W1M–Photo of four young officers of the Fliegertruppe (air force troop) of the Condor Legion in conversation with a captain (middle) in front of a German fighter aircraft of the type Messerschmitt Bf 109 B , at an airfield in Spain. Here, the muzzle of the machine gun in the hollow propeller nose.
RMTA302E–Undated photo of a German major of the Condor Legion, while correcting the new line of the front in a map of the Iberian Peninsula.
RMTA3HKH–Concentration camp prisoners in Dachau putting the shot on an official propaganda photo of the Nazi regime.
RMTA346X–Prisoners doing gymnastics in the concentration camp. In the background the concentration camp wall. This photo, just like many others, was made for Nazi propaganda purposes.
RMTA2BG9–Portrait of Royal Bavarian Minister of Culture, Johann Freiherr von Lutz on January 1. 1872
RMTA29KY–The first page of the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels from the year 1848
RMTA28JB–Vincennes Imperial Asylum: the Doctor's Visit by Charles Negre, 1859
RMTA29E1–Illustration of Earth as a flat disc on a Christian world map from the 13th century.
RMTA21ET–The later English Saint Guthlac is tonsured by his bishop in Repton Abbey. Behind the bishop is the scribe with a book, right an abbess with two nuns (drawing from the 'Guthlac Roll' from the end of the 12th century). The shaving of the head, originally the sign of the slaves in ancient Rome, was a private ceremony in the Western Church of the 7th century, at the admission of a young man in the monastery.
RMTA2158–The 'Saechsischen Arbeiterzeitung' reports: Ernst Thaelmann calls for anti-fascist unity front.
RMTA229J–Photo of an engraving by J. Leypold from the year 1603.
RMTA2B3P–The contemporary engraving depicts an impoverished peasant family. The man carries his injured arm in a sling. In the background there is a hospital.
RMTA2AK1–Little Red Riding Hood. A fairy tale of the Brothers Grimm. The woodcut is by Ludwig Richter.
RMTA2ARB–Between 1888 and 1893 people who were encountered with a knife in their hand in the London underworld were immediately arrested as murder suspects. The hunt for Jack the Ripper had made the police nervous as they were under strong public pressure due to their failures. Here a suspect is taken to a police station in Whitechapel.
RMTA3HY0–Editorial offices of the Muenchner Neueste Nachrichten, after 1945 of the Sueddeutsche Zeitung, in the Sendlingerstrasse 80 in Munich.
RMTA220X–The Apache chief Geronimo was one of the last dreaded Indian chiefs who fought for 30 years against the white settlers in the second half of the 19th century.
RMTA29WT–Portrait of Emperor Charles V, Roman King from 1519 to 1556, Holy Roman Emperor from 1530 to 1556. Regent as King Charles I of Spain since 1516. He was the son of Philip I, the Handsome and Joanna the Mad. Grandson of Maximilian I, from the Habsburg dynasty.
RMTA212H–The Austrian Chancellor and diplomat Prince Klemens Wenzel von Metternich (1773-1859).
RMTA30BG–Adolf Hitler with a laurel wreath of the ancient winners, full of symbolism, hanging on the wall in his cell in the prison in Landsberg am Lech, where he served his sentence shortly after the failed coup attempt on 9 November, 1923 in Munich.
RMTA2G0W–View from the Alter Peter to the Cathedral of our Dear Lady, on of the largest hall churches in southern Germany. Inside, there are the oldest Wittelsbach-tombs in Munich. The church was built from 1468 to 1525 and restored after WWII in 1944.
RMTA2A04–In the Oranienburg concentration camp prisoners have to muster before SA teams.
RMTA271C–The Isartor in Munich with two of the last horse trams.
RMTA2920–A high school student meets with his girlfriend for a rendezvous at a street corner in Munich. In the background there is a sign of the state brewery 'Weihenstephan'.
RMTA29KJ–Richard I, known as Richard the Lionheart, King of England from 1189 to 1199.
RMTA3BA8–Prisoners of the Dachau concentration camp doing sport.
RMTA2XD8–The National Theatre in Munich, brightly illuminated during an event on the Max-Joseph-Platz.
RMTA37G6–View to the Frauenkirche an the city of Munich. At the back, there are the St.-Peter church and the Maximilianeum (right) as well as the Theatiner Church (left).
RMTA2C86–Model house in the Koenigliches Erzgiesserei (Royal Foundry) in Munich where the statue of Bavaria was poured.
RMTA235Y–Adam Riese (Ries), German Rechenmeister (master of calculations) (around 1429-1559).
RMTA2E54–The German physicist and Nobel laureate Albert Einstein (1879-1955) and his wife in Berlin, probably in the Haberlandstrasse in the Bavarian Quarter in Berlin.
RMTA29P0–The world map of the Arab al-Idrisi from the year 1154.
RMTA294G–The Austrian economist Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883 - 1950), professor in Graz, Bonn and since 1932 at Harvard University. As an economist and social scientist, he developed a theory of the development of the capitalist economic system, which he explained by intraeconomic discontinuous changes brought about by 'dynamic entrepreneurs' who innovated, achieved pioneering advantages, and induced economic recovery. Undated photo, probably from the 1930s.
RMTA220F–A wall in Germany painted with the slogan 'we will never surrender' towards the end of WWII, April 1945 (b/w photo)
RMTA30E8–Fishermen take the holiday guests to Heligoland. Bathers leaving the boats at the dune on Heligoland.
RMTA3AXM–An old woman in the Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia is enrolled in the Deutsche Volksliste (German People's List). This registration granted people German citizenship. Prior to this was checked the descent of the people and their political views before the invasion of Germany in Poland. The so-called 'Bekenntnisdeutsche', who were politically supporting the 'German Volkstum', could also get on the Deutsche Volksliste. This was a common practice of the National Socialists also in the Reichskommissariat Ukraine and in Northern France .
RMTA17B5–The grave cross of a Russian soldier and a monument to the Regiment Paul von Hindenburg in front of the Tannenberg Memorial near Hohenstein (today Olsztynek, Poland).
RMTA30E2–This mask helmet is from the excavation site Kalkriese near Osnabrueck and is the oldest Roman mask helmet.
RMTA2R7G–The drawing 'Ein Traum' ('A Dream') by Josef Benedikt Engl. Caricature from the satirical magazine 'Simplicissimus', Volume 4, Issue Number 13 (1899). Under the picture: 'Help, help, Jesus, that was terrible, I was dreaming, I was my own subject!'
RMTA18BM–The inventor Thomas Edison and his wife on a Baker Runabout, built in 1901.
RMTA17D4–On the tenth anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles, German nationalists are protesting against the 'Schandvertrag' ('shame treaty') with mourning sashes and schoolchildren, who carry the names of the towns stolen by the Poles on table crosses.
RMTA2B88–Production of the Heinkel He 162 in an underground production plant. Picture from a photo series, late 1944.
RMTA2YKE–View of the deputies in the right part of the meeting room.
RMTA23NM–Nadezhda Krupskaya, Lenin's wife. In 1898 she married Lenin, with whom she lived in exile and emigration. She organized the Young Pioneers organization, partially to silence the opposition against Stalin, because they joined the left wing (Zinoviev) that has fallen into minority in 1926.
RMTA3340–Imperial Congress of the Workers and Soldiers Councils in the House of Lords in Berlin. At the government table Reichswirtschaftsminister (Minister for Economic Affairs) Rudolf Wissel, Reichsernaehrungsminister (Minister for Alimentation/Food) Robert Schmidt, below Friedrich Wilhelm Wagner, Central Council Stettin, Kalitzki, delegate of the socialists, Executive Council Greater Berlin Franz Buechel, Workers Council of Greater Berlin Amend. Sideways, Max Emanuel Cohen-Reuss.
RMTA43C1–Advertisement for the Benz Patent Motorwagen Nr. 3, the first vehicle that Benz offered for sale.
RMTA2KEJ–This map of Skarbina raises the question: 'How would the European armies look like at the adoption of the English plan?' Here are shown the sizes of the standing armies as well as the respective reserves.
RMTA21AN–Tram on the circle route at Sendlinger-Tor-Platz in Munich before 1914.
RMTA1640–The Vienna City Hall is illuminated on the occasion of the annexation of Austria to the German Reich.
RMTA37AT–Women from the NS-Frauenschaft (National Socialist Women's League), different youth groups and the Deutsches Frauenwerk are helping with a harvest in the local area during the weekend. Here, a rye harvest in a field in Berlin.
RMTA2T44–A Benz Comfortable, built in 1889.
RMTA3301–A soldier of the Wehrmacht with a captured Lenin flag after the conquest of Brest Litovsk.
RMTA2XBB–In the city hall in Mainz, a large ceremonial act was held on the occasion of the Allied Liberation of Rhineland. Several high dignitaries and politicians held a speech there.
RMTA43D0–The drawing 'Berechnung' (Calculation) by Rudolf Wilke. Cartoon from the satirical magazine 'Simplicissimus', volume 4, issue number 40 (1898) page 319.
RMTA165H–German officers at the Naval Academy Muerwik during an exercise. It is most likely a moviestill from the Nazi propaganda film 'Comrades at Sea' from 1938.
RMTA3837–Girls of the BDM greet soldiers of the Luftwaffe as they march with flowers. They build up a military airfield with fighter pilot school in Werneuchen that has become a garrison.
RMTA350W–A column of the Wehrmacht made up of cars and horse-drawn carts on a muddy road in Russia.
RMTA2DB5–Heinz Ruehmann as racing cyclist Willy Streblow (center right) in the comedy 'Stroke by the Bill' (German: Strich durch die Rechnung) by Alfred Zeisler. The plot of the film is based on the novel by Fred Antoine Angermayer.
RMTA43H1–The drawing of Albrecht Duerer 'Die alte Kaiserkrone', actually colored, is part of the exhibition on the Reichsparteitag in Nuremberg 'Schicksalsweg der Nation' (Destiny of the Nation).
RMTA2E8B–Cartoon from the satirical magazine 'Simplicissimus'. Title of the drawing is 'Der schlafende Engel' ('The Sleeping Angel') by cartoonists Reznicek Ferdinand. Shown in Simplicissimus vol. 5, issue no. 37, p. 297. Under the picture it reads: 'She is so cute asleep, one would never think what a moron our madam is'.
RMTA2BJ4–The Prussian King Frederick II at the window of Potsdam castle. In the background Prussian grenadiers at the guard parade drawing by A. Roessler
RMTA28ER–Luise Ullrich (1911-1985), Austrian actress, in a scene from 'The Day After the Divorce', directed by Paul Verhoeven.
RMTA4F3H–In order to guarantee the disarmament and delivery of the German High Seas Fleet, numerous Allied warships are entering German ports, like this American cruiser in the spring of 1919.
RMTA21BW–During the visit of a French government delegation in Berlin, the French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand and the French Ambassador in Berlin Henri-Francois Poncet visit the grave of Foreign Minister Gustav Stresemann in the Luisenstaedtischer cemetery.
RMTA36T3–Official announcement by the City of Berlin on the national referendum 'Landtagsaufloesung' (Dissolution of the State Parliament) of 9th of August 1931. Polling stations and formalities of the elections are being announced.
RMTA34EJ–Replacement units of the Freikorps 'Iron Division' meet in front of the Kommandantur building in Mitau (Latvian: Jelgava).
RMTA2CN8–The partisan brigade Jan Zizka marches through the Powder Tower in Prague. The Wehrmacht withdrew from Prague during the Prague uprising.
RMTA3HNB–The parable of the rich man and poor Lazarus adapted by Luther. The picture shows a sumptuous feast in a town on an elevated place that has already degenerated in a binge, under the papal flag with crossed keys.
RMTA2CNN–Stone quarry (possibly 'Wiener Graben') at the concentration camp Mauthausen. Undated photo.
RMTA2CPX–This photograph shows a street in Gdansk in the foreground and in the background the Church of St. Mary. The foundation stone was laid in 1343 and the church was completed in 1502. It was built in Brick Gothic style. It is one of the largest brick churches north of the Alps and inside is room for 25,000 people. It houses the famous triptych 'The Last Judgment' by the painter Hans Memling.
RMTA3021–Government troops guard the Reichsbank from looting in the Jaegerstrasse in Berlin.
RMTA26A9–The three soloists in the front row are presented by (from left): Hans Brausewetter, Josef Sieber and Heinz Ruehmann. This is a scene from the propaganda film 'Das Wunschkonzert', directed by Eduard Borsody, in which she sings the song 'Das kann doch einen Seemann nicht erschuettern'.
RMTA2D3D–Picture from 1932 from a modern oil production plant in the settlement Schemen near Haifa.
RMTA2GER–Delegations of the Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrerkorps (National Socialist Motor Corps) are marching after their sports tour to Heringsdorf on Usedom past Oberfuehrer (senior leader) Herbert Schnull. In the foreground, a brass band.
RMTA2K8G–A barber surgeon operates a patient on his back in a tavern. The painting was painted by Flemish painter Adriaen Brouwer.
RMTA42B6–Caricature showing Jews as soldiers by Hieronymus Loeschenkohl.
RMTA2B7T–RAD members pour earth in a water-filled pool.
RMTA18WX–Minstrel and poet Suesskind von Trimberg (right with a pointed Jewish hat) in front of a canon, with crosier and a cap. According to a miniature of the Manessian manuscript. The Manesse manuscript is the most comprehensive and famous German manuscript of the Middle Ages.
RMTA22JY–Mass executions by moderate Republicans, the so-called 'Girondists' in the years of the 'Terror' between 1793-94. Painting by Karl von Piloty with the title 'The Girondists on the Way to Execution'.
RMTA17E4–Portrait of King of Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz, usually known as Ibn Saud, during the armed conflict to conquest Hijaz in the camp of his Bedouin warriors
RMTA267F–Christburg in West Prussia, small orchards and houses, in the background a small church.
RMTA218R–Railway bridge over the Grand Canyon in the United States
RMTA1677–Ward of the Station 8a of the hospital in Westend, Berlin.
RMTA2AK3–Devil in hell. A woodcut from the 16th century.
RMTA33PW–The drawing by Gustav Dore illustrates a group of doctors in the Berlin Charite.
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