Groups of people visit a propaganda museum of Nazi ideology in Germany, early in World War II.
Germany Date:1939 Duration:3 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Propaganda museum of Nazi ideology in Germany, early in World War 2. A German sign on the National Trade building (Landesgewerbeamt) advertising the "Eternal People" exhibit. Close-up views of various exhibits in the museum. Some track German history, others track the German rulers, Aryan race, and ethnicity over time. A man observes a map in the museum. Groups of people visit the museum, including a group of school girls. Nazi ideology and German history explained by means of charts, pictures, models and exhibits. Some exhibits extol ideal German workers and how labor and national production leads to the power and health of the individual and the country. An exhibit discusses Nazi German anti-Jew population policies and blood purity laws, and depicts a Jewish man beside a road intersection with one direction pointing to Germany and the other to Palestine. Children look with curiosity at the exhibits. Several paintings on the wall. Exhibit of movement of people from farms to cities and Nazi ideology that earlier Germans were consumers and not producers is demonstrated.
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