A Nazi Party meeting in Nuremberg, Germany in 1927. Nazis march, carrying a banner announcing their march from Berlin to Nuremberg during July and August of 1927, despite a ban. Adolf Hitler on the street in Nuremberg, as marchers come along with their banner. Hitler stands with Ernst Roehm, leader of the Storm troopers. Troopers stand with banner topped by swastika and letters: NSDAP, for the National Socialist German Worker's Party (Nazi party). Banner beneath says simply: Germany-Wake up! Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess (or Heß) walk together. Views of Julius Streicher, an influential antisemitic publisher and Nazi party member. Hitler stands at front of an assembly of party members on a staircase, and then steps into an open car with some and drives off. Columns of Nazis line up in an open field. A marching band plays. A quote from a newspaper, of August 22, 1927,extols the Nazi rally for its thought and strict militaristic discipline. Trumpeters play, as Hitler stands on hillside with large contingent of Nazis. Many banners are displayed. Hitler speaks to the assembly saying in effect, that Germany's freedom will be resurrected just as the people and the fatherland will be reborn, more powerful than ever. The party members parade. Hitler gives Nazi salute. He is wearing iron cross decoration on his shirt.
Descriptions and diagrams of various model airplanes used in experiments with solid powder propulsion, in Germany starting in 1927. Diagram of a 'Storch' model airplane. Diagram of "Ente"(Duck) model airplane. An Opel full scale model "Ent" airplane being checked out on a launching rail at an airfield. Fritz von Opel makes adjustments at the rear of the airplane and, assisted by several other men, moves the airplane along the launch ramp and back again. On the side of the plane is written: "Sander AK-1." Photographers take pictures. The first manned test of an Opel "ent" airplane is undertaken by the Research Institute of the RhonRossitten-Gesellschaft (RRG) under the direction of Fritz Stamer. In the first three trials the airplane fails to rise and simply skids along the ground. However, on the 4th try, it successfully flies off the launch rail in an extended high speed flight, for three-quarters of a mile in just under one minute. The successful flight is then shown in slow motion from two different camera angles.
Cornelius Edzard and Johann Risticz set a flight record (1927) in Dessau,Germany. The crowds wave at a W-33 Junker plane in air. A sign on the ground reads '9 o' clock, 51 hours and 12 minutes'. The plane comes in for landing. The crowd rushes towards the plane. The W-33 junker plane lands. Pilots get out of the cockpit of the plane. Flowers are presented to the pilot, Cornelius Edzard and the copilot, Johann Risticz. They drink from cups. They hold flowers and bystanders wave.
Slate mentions the research of American Robert H. Goddard, on solid (powder) rocket engines. Image of Dr. Goddard. Pictures of other rocket scientists: Max Valier and Johannes Winkler in Germany. Books written by these scientists are also seen. "A method of reaching extreme altitude", "Liquid propellant rocket development" project reports, front page of a book written by Max Valier and "Die Rockete- 1927" a book written by Johannes Winkler are animated.
Fuhrer Adolf Hitler speaks in Nuremberg in 1927. Nazi Stormtroopers assemble in a large open field and hold Nazi flags. Trumpeters stand below Adolf Hitler who stands with Nazi Party members, including Ernst Rohm, Commander of the Sturmabteilung (Stormtroopers). Band plays. Hitler speaks over a microphone about restoring Germany's freedom and strength. Stormtroopers and officials of his party stand in the background. Hitler in a motorcade being greeted by the Stormtroopers.
Steamers underway at sea in Japan. The flag of Japan at steamer. Logo of Three Diamond Brand on steamer. Various countries signs on map. The map explains the data of cases of USA, Hawaii, Canada, England, Australia, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and others countries for year of 1924-1927. Tins of 'Three Diamond, Fancy CrabMeat'. Tins of 'Icebond Brand, Selected CrabMeat' displayed. Three Diamond Brand of canned crab and logo of Three Diamond.