Hermann Goering is made honorary Commander of the SA-Regiment Feldherrnhalle on his birthday, January 12,1937
Munich Germany Date:1937, January 12 Duration:1 min 34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German military leader Hermann Goring gets birthday serenade from German military band in Munich, Germany. Exteriors of Feldherrnhalle in Munich. Buildings and square reflected in horn of tuba. Army band plays music. Little girl, holding small bouquet of blooms, puts arms out to hug Hermann Goring, who kisses her. Goering goes to microphones, and stands in front of Storm trooper Chief of Staff, Viktor Lutz, who has appointed him honorary Commander of th SA-Regiment Feldherrnhalle. Sign over banner reads 'Feldherrnhalle'. Hermann Goering stands before German officers. Storm troopers of the Regiment Feldherrnhalle are in formation. Eagle atop swastika on their unit banner. Hermann Goering and Viktor Lutze with other officers review the honor guard.Goering holds traditional right hand military salute (not Nazi salute) as he reviews the SA-Regiment Feldherrnhalle honor guard.
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