Thousands of German people gather to demand for the overthrow of Bruening Government. 'National Opposition' new party is founded. Hitler arrives with much celebration. He watches as forces pass in review. Dressed in uniform, a baby boy gives the Nazi salute. Alfred Hugenberg and Adolf Hitler seen in the rally, along with Hermann Goering. From early in the Nazi movement. Spawned the movement known as the "Harzburg Front".
A British military area in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany. A main street with British military guards at a barrier enclosing a headquarters and checking up traffic. Various views including name "Bad Oeynhausen" in the background. A military guard. A notice reads "Fraternization Forbidden in this area". German people get off a rail tram. A sign:' Bad Oeynhausen/ Herford'.
Life of military dependents in Bad Nauheim, Germany. Sign: 'Bad Nauheim Speed Limit'. A dispensary building. Woman walks outside the dispensary as she pushes a baby carriage. Sign: 'Bad Nauheim Community Dispensary'. Sick call Schedule sign. Street showing type of houses dependents live in. Sign on a gate of a house redas "Col. Walter F. Parthin" and "M/Sgt. H.J. Ros".
Successful test of the first German Post office mail rocket at Dummersee, Germany, on April 15,1931. It carries 180 pieces of mail (postcards). Reinhold Tiling is seen with his mechanic, Friedrich Kuhr, who holds the rocket, as Tiling inserts a cylinder containing compressed powder fuel. They then invert the rocket and Tiling affixes its nose cone. A post office official hands pieces of mail to Tiling, who places them into the rocket. They position the rocket on its launch stand and fire it. Uniformed Postal officials (and some military officers) watch the rocket as it rises smoothly after launch. Larger, better, and lighter metal (aluminum) are developed in 1931-32.
Friedrich Kuhr standing next to a huge rocket with a wing span of 4 meters.
April, 1931 in Germany. View of a closed sled resembling a small airplane fuselage, fitted with runners underneath and bundles of rockets on each side. It sits on a frozen lake. BR-1 is painted on its side. A man arrives and climbs into the cockpit. The rockets ignite and accelerate the plane somewhat erratically, as it moves along the lake surface.
First test of a precursor to the Mirak rocket in Germany. Diagram of the so-called Achenstaber rocket.. Rocket pioneer, Klaus Riedel, and an associate, hold the long slender rocket. A barn with sandbagged window is seen behind them. The men lower the rocket through guidance brackets in a wooden pole. The rocket fuse is ignited and the rocket rises fairly high into the sky but tilts over and dives, crashing into the ground. Riedel and associates stand near a truck carrying metal framework designed to guide a rocket.