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Nazi Congress in Nuremberg, Germany (1936)

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Published on 17 Mar 2021 / In News & Politics

Crowds of people gather at a Nazi rally in Nuremberg, Germany in 1936 to watch Adolf Hitler speak 3 years prior to World War II.

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(FILM ID:893.01)
Item title reads - Nazi Congress. Wild enthusiasm at Nuremberg.

Nuremberg, Germany.

L/S as cars drive past crowds of people. L/S as huge crowds do the fascist salute as Adolf Hitler gets out of the car. L/S of troops marching past Hitler who is saluting. They all line up and crowds applaud. M/S of children listening to Hitler speaking. C/U of lines of sailors listening. M/S of young boys with drums. L/S of masses of troops lined up and applauding. Good M/S profile of Hitler speaking passionately. Various shots of young people saluting and singing German song whilst waving fascist flags with swastikas on them.

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