German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and Air Force Chief Hermann Goering inspect a Luftwaffe unit on birthday of Nazi Stormtroopers
Germany Date:1936 Duration:1 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A German officer hands bouquet of flowers to crewman on a Junkers Ju- 52 airplane displaying registration: D-2600 (Hitler's personal aircraft). German Chancellor Adolf Hitler boards the aircraft with German officers. Interior of aircraft displays flowers and other birthday decorations commemorating the birthday of the Sturmabteilung (SA). German officers and Hitler seated in the airplane. Closeup of Hitler's personal pilot, Johann "Hans" Peter Baur, in uniform of Colonel, Schutzstaffel (SS), wearing service cap displaying Totenkopf (death head) insignia. Views of ground as seen from the airplane in flight. View of passengers in the cabin. Hitler is quietly reading a book. view from cabin window of aircraft's left wing, displaying registration number. As part of the SA birthday celebrations, Hitler and German Luftwaffe (Air Force) Chief Hermann Goring inspect German Air Force aircraft and personnel at an airfield. Hitler greets many of the German officers and airmen. Hitler's airplane is next seen preparing for departure, with engines running, " Lufthansa, " Immelmann II " is painted on its side. It flies a Nazi flag. Military personnel load cargoes into the belly of the aircraft. An officer gives bouquet to another officer aboard the plane. Hitler and Goering complete their inspection of the Air unit. Closeups of Hitler and Goering mingling with the fliers and inspecting Heinkel He-51 bi-wing pursuit airplanes. Scene shifts to destination where Hitler talks to a small girl besides his car. The child holds a small bouquet of flowers for presentation to him. But when Hitler reaches for it, the child changes her mind and holds it back, refusing to give it to the Fuhrer.
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