Members of the newly elected Parliament hold their first meeting, March 21, 1933, in the Garrison Church, Potsdam, Germany
Potsdam Germany Date:1933, March 21 Duration:58 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Crowds gather in Potsdam, Germany, where most of the newly elected members of the Reichstag (Parliament) hold their first meeting in the Garrison church. Views of the street, crowds, and the Garrison Church. Banner in street says, " We greet the new Germany." President Hindenburg steps from the church, holding his Field Marshal's baton, and greets two clergymen. Sturmabteilung (SA) Stormtroopers struggle to hold crowds back. Members of the Reichstag exit the church, wearing top hats.
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