RM2DBHNKK–Adolf Hitler at the Sportpalast in Berlin.
RM2DBHTCY–An English infantry soldier on furlough greets his family.
RM2DBHN06–Hitler speaks about the Sudeten question in the Sportpalast.
RM2DBHND1–Adolf Hitler is surrounded by people after finishing his speech.
RM2DBHN9J–Adolf Hitler observes the actions of the Wehrmacht with a scissor telescope.
RM2DBHPGB–'A sign with the inscription: ''Burgfrieden der Stadt Muenchen''. Undated photo'
RM2DBHNDA–Julius Schaub and Joseph Goebbels follow Adolf Hitler as he makes his way to the lectern.
RM2DBHTBE–Children on a street in a poorer part of London during the Great Depression in the 1930s.
RM2DBHX74–Vyacheslav Molotov at the signing of the German-Soviet non-aggression pact in the Kremlin.
RM2DBHN61–Adolf Hitler with Wilhelm Frick and Heinrich Himmler on the balcony of the Hotel Imperial in Vienna.
RM2DBHY92–Warehouse of a cotton merchant in a city in China. The cotton is delivered and stacked by the farmers.
RM2DBHTKH–Departure of a contingent of Australian soldiers from Syndey, from where they are shipped to Suez in Egypt.
RM2DBHN60–Adolf Hitler with Arthur Seys-Inquart during the invasion of Vienna. In the back the former k.u.k. (Imperial and Royal) General Kraus.
RM2DBHTB9–'Speech by Oswald Mosley, leader of the ''British Union of Fascists'' (BUF), at an event at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London.'
RM2DBHN05–Hitler listens to the results of the 1935 Saar elections on the radio. In the background hangs a picture of former Reich President Paul von Hindenburg.
RM2DBHNA1–Adolf Hitler visits troops before they cross the Vistula. He is accompanied by Martin Bormann (left behind Hitler) and Reinhard Heydrich (right behind Hitler).
RM2DBHNB9–'Adolf Hitler at the lectern of the Reichstag, during the speech in which he announces the attack on Poland with the words ''from 5:45 a.m. on, shots are fired back''.'
RM2DBHNAH–Lieutenant Colonel Oskar Dinort (Stuka-Geschwader 2) and Major Hans-Guenther Storp (II./Kampfgeschwader 76) are awarded the Oak Leaves for the Knight's Cross by Adolf Hitler.
RM2DBHTCX–'American workers clear one of the destroyers sent to the British in the course of the ''Destroyer Deal'' of September 1940. In return, the USA receives bases in the Atlantic.'
RM2DBHTB1–'Police officers carry away an arrested demonstrator. On the occasion of a march of the ''British Union of Fascists'' (BUF) numerous anti-fascist demonstrators had gathered in London and protested against the march.'
RM2DBHNHN–Adolf Hitler gives a speech at the Berlin Sportpalast on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the seizure of power. In the background are Goebbels, Hess and Robert Ley. Between Hess and Ley is probably Karl Wahl.
RM2DBHTBP–'Police officers are taking an arrested demonstrator away. On the occasion of a march of the ''British Union of Fascists'' (BUF), numerous anti-fascist demonstrators had gathered in London and protested against the march.'
RM2DBHXY1–A picture of a group of starving Soviet citizens who have been waiting for days for a seat on a train that was to take them to another area. Starving and freezing, they spent the days and nights in front of the station building.
RM2DBHNMJ–Hitler's speech in the Sportpalast on 26.09.1938 can be regarded as a preparation for the annexation of the Czechoslovakia. Three days later it was decided in the Munich Agreement that Germany was allowed to annex the Sudetenland.
RM2DBHXXN–The forced collectivisation of agriculture under Stalin caused a hunger catastrophe at the end of the twenties which claimed many victims. Here is shown a man begging for bread on the former Nevsky Prospect, the main street of Leningrad.
RM2DBHN6M–Adolf Hitler and Paul von Hindenburg at the Tannenberg Memorial during its inauguration. Hermann Goering is sitting on the right and in the second row is Hindenburg's son Oskar. On the right with top hat is Franz von Papen and beside him Werner von Blombeg.
RM2DBHX71–Molotov was the head of the Soviet government from 1930 to 1941, but he became known especially for his role as Soviet foreign minister and companion of Stalin. He was one of Stalin's closest confidants and a long-time member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Soviet Union.
RM2DBHNDB–'Adolf Hitler and on the left behind him General Field Marshal and Chief of OKW Wilhelm Keitel in France during the Western Campaign. At this time Keitel, who was also called ''Lakaitel'' in Wehrmacht circles in the further course of the war, coined the term ''the greatest commander of all times''.'
RM2DBHN0H–A diplomatic reception and a performance of the Vic-Wells Ballet took place at the Royal Opera House in honour of the state visit of French President Albert Lebrun. From left to right, first row: Queen Mary, Albert Lebrun, Queen Elizabeth, King George VI and Madame Lebrun. Second row: Duke Athlone and Princess Mary.
RM2DBHNCR–'Commanders of the Wehrmacht's parachute detachment ''Koch'' are awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross by Hitler for their achievements in the Battle of Fort Eben Emael. On the left in front are Captain Walter Koch, leader of the Koch Parachute Assault Battalion (Fallschirmjaeger-Sturm-Abteilung ''Koch'') and his ''deputy'' First Lieutenant Rudolf Witzig. The latter later received the Oak Leaves to the Knight's Cross. There were also honored First Lieutenant Walter Kiess, First Lieutenant Gustav Altmann, Sergeant Hellmut Arpke, Lieutenant Egon Delica, Oberarzt (First Lieutenant (Dr.)
RM2BX5571–The picture from March 23, 1937 shows many bales of raw wool. These were to be processed in front of spectators at the Textile Exhibition in the exhibition halls on Kaiserdamm (today: Messe Berlin).
RM2BX55G5–German policemen on an excursion on the Kahlenberg near Vienna.
RM2BX55XC–An English destroyer is attacked while cruising to Norway. In the foreground is the bow of a German warship. This is probably the sinking of the British destroyer HMS Glowworm by the German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper on 08.04.1940.
RM2BX584F–Queen Elizabeth and King George VI (left) at the reception of French diplomats at the Royal Opera House on the occasion of the state visit of French President Albert Lebrun. A French diplomat welcomes the Queen with a bow.
RM2B2B8G4–Oasis in the middle of the Egyptian desert.
RM2B2B6PN–Newspaper reporters are interviewing somebody.
RM2B2BCK8–A German peasant woman and her daughter Inge cook together with the so-called kitchen boy, a local, in the German colony of Kamerun. Undated picture.
RM2B2B9KD–Ernst Zahn, swiss writer.
RM2B2B9R3–A German soldier in one of the conquered bunkers of the Maginot Line.
RM2B2B742–View of the ancient city of Tiberias in Israel, the former Palestine at the Sea of Galilee.
RM2B2B9GJ–Ernst Ludwig v. Wolzogen, German writer.
RM2B2B8FB–Ruins of the oasis town of Siwa in northwest Egypt, where a few thousand people lived at that time. A ruined castle towers over the city.
RM2B2BB72–View of the Willow Tea House in the Yu Yuan Garden in Shanghai. In the foreground, the zigzag path to the entrance of the tea house. The tea house stands in an artificial lake.
RM2B2B8AK–View over the deck of a Japanese warship. A Japanese fighter plane is flying above the ship. In the background there are several other ships. (Undated photo, ca. 1930s)
RM2B2BEDE–Elizabeth II as an infant, walks while holding the hand of an adult. She wears a frill dress and a pearl necklace.
RM2B2B8B3–Guard parade of the English troops in Fort Landi Kotal at the Khyber Pass in northwest British India. Locals in the region rebelled against the colonial masters in the 1930s. Today the area belongs to the west of Pakistan.
RM2B2B8FX–Market in front of the ruins of a ruined castle that once belonged to a powerful Berber sultan.
RM2B2B8FG–Street scene in the oasis town of Siwa in northwestern Egypt. The picture was taken as a propaganda shot by war reporter L. Koch.
RM2B2B8FP–A man in traditional jellabiya stands before the ruins of the once magnificent fortress of a Berber castle.
RM2B2B7G7–A demonstration of locals takes place on the Residence Square in Tunis, in the French colony of Tunisia. They demand independence for Tunisia.
RM2B2BA84–Residents walk past destroyed houses in Warsaw after the end of the fighting.
RM2B2B9K0–Preparatory work for the second population, occupation and business census at the Reich Statistical Office. Employees sort the count lists.
RM2B2B8G8–Narrow alleys in a city in Egypt, which keep the houses as cool as possible.
RM2B2BEDP–Elizabeth II, portrayed as a three-year-old child.
RM2B2B9NY–View of a row of houses and a church destroyed in the fights during the French campaign in a village north of Paris on the N1. Photo: Wolff
RM2B2B8F5–The old town of Siwa in northwest Egypt. The picture was taken as a propaganda shot by the war reporter L. Koch.
RM2B2B8GG–Decayed castle in the oasis town of Siwa in the northwest of Egypt. In the past it was the seat of a powerful sultan.
RM2B2B9TK–A truck of the Wehrmacht in Dinant. Photo: Boesig
RM2B2B8GN–Ruins of the oasis town of Siwa in northwest Egypt, where a few thousand people lived at that time. A ruined castle towers over the city.
RMTA16KC–Member of the BDM from Graz feeds a boar during her service in an Upper Bavarian Landjahr camp on the Ammersee.
RMTA34XT–View of an issuing office of the NS-Volkswohlfahrt in Vienna after the Anschluss of Austria.
RMTA3484–The armament of an SdKfz 222 armored car, consisting of a 2-cm cannon and an Mg-34, is put into position for air raid defense.
RMTA30BE–Vacationers are sunbathing on board a cruise ship of the Nazi organization 'Kraft durch Freude' ('Strength through Joy'). Undated photo.
RMTA2DHA–Trainers of the Kriegsmarine give instructions during attack exercises in the dunes.
RMTA167N–German soldiers cross the former German-Czechoslovak border near Philippsreut on October 2, 1938. Residents are cheering on the street.
RMTA253E–Drawing of the HAPAG speedboat 'New York', which operated on the route Hamburg-New York.
RMTA2KR6–A new badge for the anti-aircraft artillery introduced by Reich Minister for Aviation Hermann Goering. It shows the tube of an anti-aircraft gun, which is enclosed on both sides from above and below by a pair of wings with oak leaves and a bow. Under the bow there is a swastika.
RMTA2XF7–Young girls are training for the sprint at the 'Grossfest fuer den Hitlerjugend' (Festival of the Hitler Youth) in Breslau from August the 27th to September the 1st, 1940.
RMTA14KJ–Launch of British submarine HMS Rorqual (N74) at the Vickers Armstrong shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness.
RMTA2RE0–Women and girls help in the tailoring rooms of the memellaendischen Winterhilfswerk. On the right a portrait of Ernst Neumann, beneath the slogan 'Dr. Neumann, we follow you!'
RMTA2AY8–After the integration of the Sudetenland into the German Reich, workers of the NS-Volkswohlfahrt give food to the needy in Zlate Hory (Zuckmantel).
RMTA214X–Profile picture of Albert Speer from 1937.
RMTA2BF7–Undated photo of BDM girls doing handicrafts.
RMTA1631–Members of the BDM, who are spending their Landdienst in East Prussia (now Poland), are traveling by a horse-drawn carriage to the harvest field.
RMTA17B1–During a trip to the Azores on the Atlantic, vacationers are sunbathing on the boat deck of the cruise ship 'Oceana' that belonged to the Nazi organization 'Kraft durch Freude' ('Strength through Joy') .
RMTA267E–The National Socialist People's Welfare (NSV) distributes food to the population on October 11, 1938, in Reichenberg (today Liberec) after the occupation of the Sudetenland by Germany.
RMTA24JT–Nurses of the NS-Schwesternschaft of the NSV are reading and doing needlework at a nurses station in Potsdam.
RMTA2YGD–Undated photo of an assembly of employees of the Knorr and Hirth publishing house at an NSBO event (National Socialist Factory Cell Organization), since 1933 under the umbrella of the DAF.
RMTA2TH3–Spanish woman with her children on the flat roof of her house. Right in front the air shaft of the house below.
RMTA251R–Dornier Do 17 fighters of the Luftwaffe at a base in the Sudetenland on October 11, 1938. The base of the Czech Air Force was taken over by the Wehrmacht.
RMTA256H–Heinrich Himmler (third from left) with the Wachtruppe 'Reichskriegsflagge' behind a road block during the Beer Hall Putsch in Munich 1923.
RMTA21EN–A mannequin presents a wedding dress with long train and patterned veil.
RMTA2D2E–Vacationers aboard a KdF ship on its journey to Norway are playing 'Schinkenklopfen' (hot cockles).
RMTA2KF8–View from the Amperauen on the old town of Dachau. On the left is the Dachauer Schloss, at right the church tower of the Stadtpfarrkirche St. Jakob.
RMTA248J–View of the cruise ship 'Robert Ley' of the Nazi organization 'Kraft durch Freude' ('Strength through Joy') in the port of Hamburg. In the foreground a flag with the coat of arms of Hamburg.
RMTA2B3W–An old resettler from Lithuania eats soup in the Heydekrug camp in Memelland.
RMTA22CK–Pimpfs in the Baldur von Schirach youth hostel in Urfeld am Walchensee.
RMTA2HF2–The picture shows the fighter planes of the squadron 'Richthofen' on the airfield Doeberitz. It is a Heinkel He 51.
RMTA2TWR–At the end of the entertainment program on the cruise ship 'St. Louis' of the Nazi organization 'Kraft durch Freude' takes place a large celebration. In the picture, the bord circus during a boxing match, sitting in the background in sailor uniform, the comedian and actor Hugo Fischer-Koeppe.
RMTA3BGR–Spanish soldiers visit the patio of the liberated Alcazar of Toledo after its conquest on September 26, 1936. Below, the backside of the statue of King Charles V (Carlos V, Habsburg, 1500 to 1558).
RMTA2XH2–A military newspaper is typeset. On the left a soldier of the Navy. Photo of the Propaganda Company (PK): Dietrich
RMTA2RMN–A diver leaves the training ship to exercise under water.
RMTA43A0–The picture shows the pilots Seibert (left) and Heintz (right) in front of the Junkers Ju 88 V5. This dummy of the Ju 88 was tested by the two pilots. On 19.3.1939 they set a new international speed record on the Dessau-Zugspitze route with this plane.
RMTA26A5–Photo of children and adults in the village of Templique near Madrid, who welcome the Spanish national troops under General Francisco Franco cheerfully. People swing the Bandera, the flag of the Nationalists. On the left on the houses there are white flags (sign of capitulation).
RMTA2RBW–The picture shows members of the crew of a German destroyer of the Kriegsmarine (Navy) repairing a practice torpedo as it was used at that time by the Kriegsmarine during maneuvers and target practice.
RMTA271D–The locomotive of a train of the British Army, which had been derailed by an Arab attack.
RMTA26FA–A Lithuanian peasant arrived with his car in Schirwindt (East Prussia).
RMTA4404–Infantry of the Wehrmacht during a parade along the East-West axis marching past the tribune on which Hitler and the Hungarian head of state Admiral Miklos Horthy (r. saluting) have taken place. The flag is the troop flag of the infantry of the Wehrmacht. The standard next to the grandstand shows the coat of arms of the 'Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen', including areas lost after 1918. In the background, the Technical University of Berlin.
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