German General Hermann Fegelein's civil wedding ceremony in Salzburg Austria during World War II. Hermann Fegelin and Gretl Braun arrive for their wedding ceremony. The bride and the groom seated near the head of the Schutzstaffel (SS) Heinrich Himmler and Martin Bormann. Fegelein signs the marriage document followed by Gretl. Himmler and Bormann also sign as a witness. The couple receive a toast with pewter cups. View of a plate with loaf of bread and a dish with salt and another empty pewter dish. Scene transitions to Hitler's Kehlsteinhaus (Eagle's Nest) retreat at Berchtesgaden Germany. Guests at the wedding reception which followed the ceremony in Salzburg. Food laid out on a table. A woman pours out a drink in a glass and drinks.
Crowds of citizens are gathered in Salzburg, Austria, to celebration of end of WWI and creation of First Republic of Austria. A parade moves slowly through the crowded city square. One group of paraders carries a large banner depicting the Salzburg Coat of Arms. Many wave the bicolor City flag of Salzburg. A man hands out such flags. An official makes announcements and the crowd gathered to hear him gives three cheers. A train moves slowly by the festivities -- its cars decorated with Salzburg City bicolor flags.
Waffen-SS General Hermann Fegelein and his new bride Gretl Braun Fegelein, immediately after their civil ceremony wedding, held in the Palace of Mirabell in Salzburg Austria. Head of the Schutzstaffel, Heinrich Himmler, raises a toast to the newly wedded couple. They drink from silver cups that Himmler had presented them. Gretl being greeted by various Nazi officers. Fegelein talks to Martin Bormann. The newly married couple move out of the building. They get in a car and drive away.
Hungarian Regent, Nicholas Horthy, in uniform of an admiral, detrains and is greeted by Chancellor Hitler, foreign minister of Germany, Ribbentrop, and other German officers in World War 2. All of them walk into a room of the palace of Klessheim, outside of Salzburg, Austria, to discuss the occupation of Hungary. View of Hungarian Ambassador Sztojay. Group of Officers look at a document. Other dignitaries can be seen in the palace rooms
Nazi officials attend wedding of Waffen-SS General Hermann Fegelein (Hans Georg Otto Hermann Fegelein) to Margarethe "Gretl" Braun, sister of Eva Braun, at the Palace of Mirabell in Salzburg Austria. Interiors of room in the Palace where civil ceremony is held. Bride and Groom and Nazi officials arrive at the wedding reception. Head of SS (Schutzstaffel) Heinrich Himmler, Martin Bormann, and bride and groom seated. Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels addresses the group gathered. Hermann Fegelein, a favored pupil of Himmler, and Gretl Braun sign a marriage document. Martin Bormann looks on. Himmler and others sign the document. Himmler presents two silver cups to the bride and groom.
Car arrives at top of mountain road bearing Eva Braun's sister, Gretl, the bride, her husband, Waffen-SS General Hermann Fegelein (Himmler's liaison officer on Hitler's personal staff), and other German officers. Others arrive and all enter the Kehlsteinhaus (Eagles Nest) to attend a wedding reception. This is following a civil wedding ceremony held in Salzburg Austria. They walk into the entrance tunnel. Bride and groom enter room. Bride removes some lipstick. Bride sips champagne,greets well wishers and receives flowers. Eva Braun greets and kisses her sister, the bride. Many other guests greet her. A little girl dressed in a cupid outfit arrives and reads a poem or message. Another litle girl presents flowers to the bride. Kitchen staff is shown preparing for the celebration. View of the large kitchen in the Eagles Nest. Members of the wedding party are seated at several tables around the dining room. Martin Bormann is seen speaking to Fegelein and his bride. Change of venue to the Great Hall of the Berghof, where Adolf Hitler poses with the newly wedded couple and converses with the bride.