Fuhrer Adolf Hitler addresses and marks the closing of Sixth Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg.
Nuremberg Germany Date:1934 Duration:6 min 56 sec Sound:Yes
Final segment of production "Triumph of the Will". Sixth Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg in 1934. German national party symbol. Fuhrer Adolf Hitler followed by other German officers walks through a long wide expanse with large number of SS (Schutzstaffel) and SA (Sturmabteilung) troops cheering and giving Nazi salute. Rudolf Hess - Deputy to Adolf Hitler, SS Head Heinrich Himmler and other Nazi officers accompany Hitler. Rudolf Hess speaks into a microphone followed by Hitler. Hitler addresses the crowd. He affirms the primacy of the Nazi Party in Germany and declares 'All loyal Germans will become National Socialists. Only the best National Socialists are party comrades.' Crowd cheers for him. Hermann Goering gives a Nazi salute. Rudolf Hess then leads the assembled crowd for a final salute to Hitler thus marking the closing of the party congress.
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