Adolf Hitler with Nazi officers, officials and several women outside his residence at Berghof in Obersaltzberg, Bavaria,Germany. Views from the terrace and on the driveway of the Berghof.
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.
A Nazi SS officer plays with a small girl on the terrace of the Berfhof, Obersaltzberg, Bavaria.. The little girl shows Adolf Hitler her new shoes. Hitler shakes hands with the girl and they stroll in the garden together.. Eva Braun, Hitler's companion, plays with a rabbit as she holds it in her arms. Hitler with another child, child holds a handbag. A military officer gives another bag to the child. The child gives the bag to Hitler.
Eva Braun and several other women on terrace of Adolf Hitler's residence at Berghof in Germany. Hitler speaks to Nazi officers. Another official arrives, Hitler greets the official and speaks to women. A woman covers her face with her hand.
Anachronistic mixture of scenes from Germany, circa 1935, Italy, circa 1915, and World War 2. Opening sequence shows Waffen SS troops goosestepping on parade in Nuremberg,Bavaria, circa 1935. Then a scene is inserted of Italian Generalissimo Luigi Cadorna, Chief of Staff, Italian Army, in World War 1, who salutes while reviewing troops. This is followed by scenes of grim-faced civilians watching German forces occupy their countries in World War II. Finally a radio tower and antenna are shown.
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.