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Hitler and the Wehrmacht at the funeral of Paul von Hindenberg, Aug.

In brazen contravention of the Treaty of Versailles, German armed forces re-entered the Rhineland on the 7th of March, 1936. Drawn up in 1919 after the First World War, the treaty stated that Germany was “forbidden to maintain or construct any fortification either on the left bank or the right bank to the west of a line drawn fifty kilometres to the East of the Rhine.”

Leni Riefenstahl filming a Nazi Party rally, Nürnberg, Germany, Sep 1934

Handsome German soldier, WWII

German soldier Did Hugo Boss dress all the German military or just the officers and SS?

[Photo] Nazi Party rally at Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany, 8 Sep 1936; the structure was designed by Albert Speer | World War II Database (Bundesarchiv)

[Photo] Nazi Party rally at Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany, 8 Sep 1936; the structure was designed by Albert Speer

Cathedral of Light. A choreography of light by architect Albert Speer for a 1937 Nazi rally at Nuremberg. Military search lights were beamed five miles up to communicate the power of the regime.

Secretary-typist counterintelligence department of the Sverdlovsk 61st Guards Tank Brigade 10th Ural Volunteer Tank Corps Guard Lieutenant Anna A. Zagoskina (born in 1921).

Secretary-typist counterintelligence department of the Sverdlovsk Guards Tank Brigade Ural Volunteer Tank Corps Guard Lieutenant Anna A. Zagoskina (born in

American GIs pose atop monster German railway gun shortly after the Normandy landings, June-July 1944.

US soldiers of the Armoured and Division, US Army stand on the cannon of a captured German Rail Gun in Rentwertshausen, Germany.

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