Tree-chopping and sawing contest in Germany. People gather in the Bavarian forest. Woodchoppers from all over Europe participate in the tree-chopping and sawing contest. Men chopping the trees with saws. People watching the contest. Trees in the background.
5 march 1933., Election day in Bavaria, Germany Newspaper headlines about Adolf Hitler. One reads ' With Adolf Hitler for a New Realm'. Nazi stormtroopers in a car. A stormtrooper band plays. Nazi stormtroopers march in torchlight parade. Armed Nazi stormtroopers stand in front of their local headquarters on which a sign reads: S.A.Heim, Sturm 16L." Stormtroopers stand around an artillery piece. People on streets. Newspaper headlines about Bavaria. Stormtroopers march on street. People ride bicycles. Officers and stormtroopers stand outside a building. Officers stand in a group. .
Ruins in Bavaria after World War II. Exteriors of a factory in Bavaria. Bomb damage to the factory. Mountains in background. Workers clean up rubble in the factory. German civilians read newspapers stuck on billboards.
In the Bavarian Forest, tree workers from throughout Europe compete in tree-chopping and sawing contests. The chips and sawdust flies as the woodcutters compete.
Berghof, Obersaltzberg, Bavaria, Germany. A man with a camera on the terrace of Adolf Hitler's residence at Berghof in Germany. Men and women sit in chairs and relax on the terrace. Eva Braun, Hitler's companion, and other women relax on the terrace. Adolf Hitler arrives and speaks to Nazi officers. He along with an officer leaves the terrace.
Statue of Karl Marx on his grave stone in Highgate Cemetery, London. A picture of Karl Marx. Scenes in the Soviet Union. Soviet soldiers walking slowly in loose formation. Bolsheviks standing with a large banner. Damaged shops on a street. "One way" street signs in several languages. Large gathering of people carrying signs reading: "Frieden" (Peace, in German). A sign reading: "HALT, Landesgrenze" marking a German provincial boundary. A sign in German, designating the customs border at Furth im Wald, Bavaria ("Zollgrenz-Bezirk, Furth i.Wald"). East German border guards setting obstacles and sentry paths. Picture of Günter Litfin, a twenty-four-year-old tailor, who swam across the Spree Canal to West Germany on 24 August 1961. View of him being fatally shot from across the border, by East German guards, as he is being pulled into West Germany (the first such fatality at the East West German border). Animated map of the world with label references to Berlin,1961; Havana, 1959; Budapest, 1956; Coyoacan, 1940; and Kronstadt, 1921.