Various German officers address sixth Nazi Party Congress at Nuremberg, Germany.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1934 Duration:10 min 2 sec Sound:Yes
First segment from production "Triumph of the Will". Sixth Nazi Party Congress at Nuremberg in 1934. Fuhrer Hitler's Deputy Rudolf Hess inaugurates the Sixth Nazi Party Congress and speaks into a microphone. German officials sit and listen. He welcomes foreign delegates and says that representatives of army are under orders of Fuhrer Adolf Hitler. Hermann Goring, Fuhrer Hitler and Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels seated. The crowd applauds. He says 'You are the guarantee of our victory' and gives a Nazi salute. Hitler approaches and shakes hands with Rudolf Hess. Alfred Rosenberg in his speech addresses the Congress. He says the work which started after 1918 will be continued. Press Chief Dr. Otto Dietrich speaks into a microphone. He says truth is the basis of press and we have to say truth about Germany to the world. Fritz Todt speaks. He says 52000 men have started working on highway and more will join. Fritz Reinhardt speaks about adding more values to finance ministry. Richard Walther Darre, Julius Streicher, Robert Ley and Hans Frank speak. Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels says that may the high flame of our enthusiasm never die. Konstantin Hierl says that German people are ready for German labor service.
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