Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders at a ceremony during their 6th Party Congress in Nuremberg
Nuremberg Germany Date:1934, September Duration:3 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Film opens with image of spot-lighted German eagle sculpture against drapery background in the Luitpoldhalle meeting hall at the Nazi party Congress Grounds (Reichsparteitagsgelände) in Nuremberg Germany, during the 6th Party Congress in 1934. Adolf Hitler walks down the central aisle from the rear of the hall. The hall is filled with party members. Seen from the rear, only, Hitler appears to be followed by Rudolf Hess. Behind him are a number of other Nazi officials. Attendees all rise from their seats and render the Nazi salute, as they cheer. Lettering on the drapes at the front of the hall reads "Everything for Germany" (Alles für Deutschland). Hitler steps up, and across the stage, followed by Hess, and others. Closeup of Hitler acknowledging the cheers and salutes of the crowd, with a bent-arm Nazi salute. The party principals lined up on the stage, include, Hitler, and to his right, Rudolf Hess; Baldur von Schirach; and Heinrich Himmler. To Hitler's left, is Julius Streicher. Banner-bearing Sturmabteilung (SA) troops march along the center aisle, while standing attendees hold sustained Nazi salutes. Closeup of Hitler, Hess,von Schirach, and Himmler, rendering full Nazi salutes. Next, a contingent of Schutzstaffel (SS) in black uniforms, repeat the process. View from aloft in the hall, of the parading going on. Closeup of the banner-carrying SS troops, from the floor, where they separate to go to opposite sides of the hall. More SA troops carrying banners.
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