The first use of an outside broadcast lorry, owned by the German Post Office, to broadcast television pictures from the Eleventh Nuremberg rally. The van is at the opening of the Great Anti-Bolshevik Exhibition.
Nazi film director Leni Riefenstahl operates a camera from a cable operated lift basket while filming Triumph of the Will at the 1934 Nuremberg Party Rally. | Location: Luitpoldhain Arena, Nuremberg, Germany.
Reception of German troops from the front at Pariser Platz in Berlin, Germany, 10 December 1918. On the podium (l-r), Chairman of the Council of the People's Deputies Friedrich Ebert, General Arnold Lequis, War Minister Heinrich Schëuch, and the Mayor of Berlin Adolf Wermuth. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv
Nuremberg Rally, 1935. the annual rally of the Nazi Party in Germany, held from 1923 to 1938. was intended to symbolize the solidarity between the German people and the Nazi Party. This point was further emphasized by the yearly growing number of participants, which finally reached over half a million from all sections of the party, the army and the state. Each rally was given a programmatic title, which related to recent national events