German officers review German Army parade and the promulgation of new German constitution in Potsdam, Brandenburg.
Germany Date:1939 Duration:2 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
German activities after World War I. Hans Von Seeckt, a German General, reviews parade of German Army infantry and artillery in Potsdam. Paul Von Hindenburg, a German General, reviews a parade. The German Army using cardboard tanks and fake weapons in maneuvers during period after World War I and before militarization of Germany under the Nazis. Promulgation of new German constitution in the Garrison Church of Potsdam in March of 1933 in the presence of Paul Von Hindenburg, Adolf Hitler and Franz Von Papen, a German Catholic Monarchist politician. Parade scenes of German soldiers in the early 1930s. Newly created Nazi Labor Corps and Adolf Hitler digging with a shovel at an inaugural ceremony. Shirtless labor corps members pulling together on ropes. Scenes of factories, manufacturing, industrialization and rebuilding of Germany and its military with remilitarization in the mid 1930s.
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