Adolf Hitler flies to Nuremberg,Germany, and is greeted enthusiastically by the people there.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1934, September 5 Duration:9 min 37 sec Sound:Yes
Opening title identifies this as the beginning of Leni Reifenstahl's Triumph of the Will, documenting Adolf Hitler and the German Nazi party at the 6th Party Congress. It opens with scenes from cockpit of a Junkers Ju 52 tri-motor airplane brushing over cloud tops as it travels to Nuremberg. Aerial views of the city of Nuremberg, as the airplane skims the rooftops. View from an another airplane of Lufthansa Ju 52 tri-motor passenger plane carrying Adolf Hitler. Seen below are formations of Sturmabteilung (Storm troopers) marching over a bridge. An enthusiastic crowd greets the airplane carrying Hitler as it taxis in on grass field. Hitler steps from the airplane followed by Joseph Goebbels and other Nazi party leaders.Crowd shouts Nazi salute Sieg Heil. Hitler stands in an open car in motorcade through the city. Roads lined with spectators controlled by Sturmabteilung. All render Nazi salutes. Point of view shots from moving car with camera positioned directly behind Hitler, showing him waving to the crowd as the parade passes through the city. Motorcade passes the 16th Century fountain statue known as the Little Gooseman. A little girl is held up by her mother so she can give Hitler a bouquet of flowers. Buildings are bedecked with swastika and tricolor flags. Hitler arrives at and enters the Deutscher Hof hotel. Hitler comes to the window of his room and waves. Heil Hitler is spelled out in lights below his window.
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