Testing of Reinhold Tiling's 120 cm model rocket in July, 1929, at Arenshorst and on August 29, 1929, in a demonstration for the Navy, at Meppen, Germany.
A Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg, Germany in 1929. Members of Nazi Party march along street holding banners and flags. Hitler stands in open car moving through the throng. Crowd cheers and gives a Nazi salute. Marchers in uniform hold the Nazi salute as they march. Hitler throws flowers to some marchers. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler gives a Nazi salute as he stands behind Hermann Goering, who had been a leader of the storm troopers and was a member of the Reichstag, at this time.
An Eisfeld-Valier-Rak-1 sledge test driven in February, 1929 on the Eibsee lake, Bavaria, Germany. Men fit rocket boosters in the unmanned sledge. The sledge stands in snow. Spectators watch nearby. A man lights a fuse and steps away. Rockets ignite and propel the sledge across the lake surface with considerable fire and smoke. The experimenters run to the sledge and extinguish smoking rockets by throwing snow on them.
Adolf Hitler reviews a parade in Germany in 1929. Nazi Stormtroopers parade. People stand on either side of the streets. They look from the balcony of their houses. Nazi Stormtroopers greet Hitler. A Stormtrooper holds the flag of Nazi Party as he marches. Hitler in a motorcade and people crowd around him.
Reinhold Tiling working with his coworker, Karl Poggensee,at his workshop in Arenshorst, Germany, where he developed compressed powder fuel for his post office rocket. View of hydraulic press Tiling made himself, inside the workshop. Several photos of the buildings, workshop, and schematic drawings. Rocket being tested on stand outside the shop. Diagrams of test result data. Interior of the workshop with several model rockets, in 1929. Diagram of the rocket showing how fins extend to allow undamaged return of the rocket to earth. Picture of the first rocket successfully launched in 1928, showing its fin-wings extended.
The history of aviation. German aircraft the DOX carried 169 passengers on a single flight on October 10, 1929. The aircraft taxis in water at Lake Constance in Germany. The airplane is twelve-propeller driven on six engine nacelles. Interior of the aircraft shows a news cameraman taking pictures of people on the maiden flight. The take off of the DOX. The aircraft lands.