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The last added documents are listed at the bottom of the page


1919-1947 - Between Two Post-Wars:
Steps in the Fate of Germany

Vincent Romano and Romano-Archives present a new Collection composed by Historical films, sound recordings, and slide shows related to some important or less known events happened between 1919 and 1947, during a "key point" in German History.


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1919-1939 Premonitions

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Extreme avantgarde!
German experimental Cinema in the Weimar Republic

Besides the universally known works of the Expressionist masters like Murnau, Lang, Wiene, Wegener and Boese, German cinematography of the Weimar period is letterally full of almost hidden trasures and less known great directors.
Two important authors of the experimental avantgarde German cinema, Walther Ruttmann and Hans Richter, were originally painters, friends and collaborators. Their lifes and careers later took different directions, and they faced two completely different destinies.


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Avantgarde German filmmaker Walther Ruttmann (born in Frankfurt am Main, in 1887), created his first movies in 1921. The films were short animation experiments titled Opus 1, 2, 3 e 4. Later, Ruttmann created the Impressionistic "City Symphony" movement when he released Berlin: Symphony of a Big City in 1927. A rhythmic, documentary-look at the city's industry and daily life, the film inspired a number of imitators. Before becoming an experimental filmmaker in the early '20s, Ruttman was a painter and an architect. In 1924, he helmed the dream sequence in Lang's Die Niebelungen, and two years later collaborated with Lotte Reiniger to create the first feature-length animated film, The Adventures of Prince Achmed. Following the success of Berlin, Ruttman joined the Nazi Party and later made another "City Symphony" film called World Melody in 1929. In 1933 Ruttmann directed a Futuristic film in Italy, Steel, written by the Italian Nobel Prize winner Luigi Pirandello. He helped edit Leni Riefenstahl's Olympia, in 1938. During WWII, he made propaganda films for the Nazis. Ruttmann was wounded while filming a battle on the eastern front in 1941. Recovered in Berlin, he died soon after.

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Walther Ruttmann

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Walther Ruttmann in 1927

Born in Berlin, Germany in 1888, animator Hans Richter started out as a Cubist painter in Berlin. With artists Tristan Tzara and Jean Arp, he helped establish Dadaism in Zurich in 1916. Working in Germany with Viking Eggeling in the 1920s, he produced the short films
Rythm 21, Rythm 23 and Rythm 25, as well as, among the others, Film Study and Ghosts Before Breakfast. In the late 1920s and 1930s, Richter turned to advertising and lecturing before quitting Nazi Germany and settling in New York in the 1940s. In the US he produced live-action experimental films. Between 1942 and 1957, he was the director of the Film Institute of the City College of New York. Hans Richter passed away in Switzerland in 1976.

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Hans Richter

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Hans Richter, first on the left, in New York City, circa 1941

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1919germany-EinzudDerWurtemberger.mp4
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Run Time: 00:07:32

Audio/Visual: silent, B&W Quality: # # # # 

Einzud Der Wurtemberger (1919)

Producer: Unknown

The 1919 Bavarian Communist Republic putsch is stopped by the German army machine guns. The walls of the houses of Munchen, crippled with bullets, are an extraordinary visual anticipation/premonition of the aftermath of WW2, when almost all of the German houses will be turned into ruins.



1921richter-rythm21.ram
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Run Time: 00:03:26
Audio/Visual: silent, B&W Quality: # # #

Rithmus 21(Rythm 21) (1921)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

Experimental Dada short.



1921Ruttmann_Opus-Lichtspiel_Opus1-2-3-4.Avi
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Run Time: 00:06:48
Audio/Visual: silent, B&W Quality: # # 

Opus-Lichtspiel - Opus 1 / Opus 2 / Opus 3 / Opus 4 (1921)
Director and Producer: Walther Ruttmann

Four experimental Dada shorts.



1923richter-rythm23.ram
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Run Time: 00:03:20
Audio/Visual: silent, B&W Quality: # # # #

Rithmus 23 (Rythm 23) (1923)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

Experimental Dada short.



1926Richter_Filmstudie.avi
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Run Time: 00:03:39
Audio/Visual: silent, B&W Quality: # # # #

Film Studie (Film Study) (1926)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

Entertaining Dadaist experimental short, similar to Man Ray's work, full of shifting geometric shapes, stock footage of seagulls, flying eyeballs, and glaring floating heads.


1927BerlinSoaBC.avi
Available on DVD

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Run Time: 01:05:00
Audio/Visual: Silent/B&W Quality: # # # # #

Berlin, die Symphonie der Großstadt (Berlin, Symphony of a Big City) (1927)
Director and Producer: Walther Ruttmann
Production Companies:
Deutsche Vereinsfilm AG - Les Productions Fox Europa

The Walther Ruttman's movie "Berlin, die Symphonie der Großstadt" (Berlin, Symphony of a Big City) (1927). A rhythmic, documentary-look at the city's industry and daily life.
Classic and splendid film that is still fascinating to watch. Walther Ruttmann did not make a documentary about Berlin, although 75 after date it certainly can be considered a document about a Berlin that is no more, he composed a film that tries to catch the essence of the atmosphere of a big city. The film is a good example of the art style Neue Sachlichkeit (functionalism): it is a cross-section of Berlin's life in which every element is equally important, shown without comment and in its totality it is the expression of the joy of Berlin's life. It is not a film about the life of Berliners, it is Berlin seen as a living mechanism.
The subtitle referring to Großstadt (big city) is the key, it could have been any other city. The idea as such is not the makers' prerogative. Elsewhere the fascination with the hustle and bustle of the big city was also present as was the idea to catch this on this film and in music: e.g. Cavalcanti in France made a film about Paris and the US Ferde Grofé composed his musical suite Metropolis (1927) with New York in his mind. The irony of all these endeavours is that the film or music is abstract, but that the result is a romanticizing view.
Ruttmann made several abstract film and he refers to them in the beginning with abstract horizontal lines dissolving to rail way tracks. In my view the rest of the film is also abstract. Although we see real people and situations the brilliant editing constantly keeps the film abstract: the situation and the people in a shot are not important, important is the juxtaposition to other shots: is the composition varied enough?. Thus we see a filmic composition (in stead of a musical one) and the subtitle Symphony is just. As with every composition the theme has to be modulated to keep it interesting and it is here where the weakness of the film is. The building up from the start and elaboration up to the beginning of the afternoon is splendid, precise and exiting; but from that point it bogs down for a while: we see another shop, another street etc. without adding much to what already was. It may be that Ruttmann was aware of this, note how quickly he finishes the afternoon to continue with the night-life and then immediately all the excitement and filmic fun is back.
In an 1939 interview cameraman Karl Freund said that everything possible was filmed using only candid cameras. I have my doubts. Let's take for example the sequence of the drowning lady: how could he make an extreme close-up with a hidden camera in such a brilliant angle? (By the way: if she really tried to commit suicide, was Freund himself not only one of the gaping bystanders without doing anything to save her?) How could he foresee the right angle to film the prostitute picking up her client near the cornered shop window? Not that it matters for the quality of the film, but it proofs the old adagium: filming is deceiving.



1927berlin
-STILLS.mov
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Run Time: 00:07:56 Audio/Visual: Silent/B&W Quality: # # # # #

Producer: Romano-Archives

Slide-show of stills from the Walther Ruttman's movie "Berlin, die Symphonie der Großstadt" (Berlin, Symphony of a Big City) (1927).


1928CubismWeimarBerlin.mov
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Run Time: 00:00:55 Audio/Visual: Silent/B&W Quality: # # # 

Excerpt from epoca German newsreels. In the Weimar Republic, Cubism can still be noticed in architecture and arts, expecially in Berlin.


1928Richter_Ghosts-before-breakfast.m2v
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Run Time: 00:06:31
Audio/Visual: silent with musical score B&W Quality: # # # # #

Vormittagsspuk (Ghots Before Breakfast) (1928)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter
Cast: Paul Hindemith
Scenario by Werner Graeff.
Cinematography by Reimar Kuntze.
Original music score by Paul Hindemith.
Released 14 July 1928.
Standard 35mm spherical 1.37:1 format.

"Ghosts Before Breakfast" ("Vormittagespuk") is Richter's witty, cinegenic mini-classic on the universal theme of the object's revolt and an excellent introduction to avant-garde film for all audiences.
The Nazis counted him among the degenerate artists and in 1941 he emigrated to the United States and became an American citizen several years later.
The Nazis destroyed Hans Richter's "Vormittagsspuk" because they found it dangerously subversive.



1928Richter_Inflation.avi
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Run Time: 00:02:29
Audio/Visual: silent with musical score B&W Quality: # # # #

Inflation (1928)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

An ironic look at the dangerous effects of inflation in Germany.


1928Richter_Race-Simphony.avi
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Run Time: 00:05:02
Audio/Visual: silent with musical score B&W Quality: # # # #

Rennsymphonie (Race Simphony) (1928)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

A tribute to Walther Ruttman by Hans Richter. A day at the races in Weimar Germany.


1929Richter_Everything-Turnes-Everything-Resolves.avi
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Run Time: 00:03:23
Audio/Visual: silent with musical score B&W Quality: # # # #

Alles Dreht Sich, Alles Bewegt Sich (Everything Turnes, Everything Resolves) (1929)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

Dada abstract symbolistic short.


1930Richter_Two-Pence-Magic.avi
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Run Time: 00:02:17
Audio/Visual: sound, B&W Quality: # # # #

Zweigroshenzauber (Two Pence Magic) (1930)
Director and Producer: Hans Richter

Another Richter's Dada abstract symbolistic short.


1931DieWeisseRausch.avi
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Run Time: 01:16:44
Audio/Visual: sound, B&W Quality: # # 

Die Weisse Rausch (1931)

Film about skying in the Alps starring Leni Riefenstahl.


1931No_Mans_Land.avi
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Run Time: 01:06:36
Audio/Visual: sound, B&W Quality: # # 

Niemansland (1931)

Strong pacifist film on World War One.


1931-M.mpeg
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Run Time: 01:48:00 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # # #
Language: German with English subtitles

M (1931)
Director: Fritz Lang
Producer: Seymour Nebenzal
Production Company: Nero-Film GmbH (Berlin)

What makes
"M" so remarkable? What are its outstanding features and contributions?
Peter Lorre's portrayal of a serial killer is one of the defining performances of movie history. Not only did it set the benchmark for his own career (something which he may have regretted for years to follow) it also defined the role of the psychopatic killer for all the future movie productions.
It was one of the very first movies with audio track. Fritz Lang handled the new medium of sound in a very professional manner, employing off-voices and personal music themes (he even goes so far as tieing a specific melody - Grieg's "Hall Of The Mountain King" - to the dangerous state of the murderer, in one of the most impressive scenes of the movie the Beckert tries to supress his devious instincts and as he struggles to control himself he starts whistling the trademark melody until his transformation into the killer is complete). These are traits that may be quite common for today's good movies but it is absolutely brilliant for a director's very first experience with a brand-new technology.
"M" is the predecessor to all serial killer thrillers like "Psycho" and "The Silence Of The Lambs", one of the defining movies of European pre-WWII cinema and much more.
"M" premiered May 11th 1931 in the Ufa-Palast am Zoo in Berlin to the standing ovations of an enthusiastic audience.

"M" was outlawed once the Nazis came into power and pictures of Peter Lorre's portrayal of "M" ended up in the chilling anti-Semitic propaganda movie "Der Ewige Jude" (The Eternal Jew).

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Peter Lorre in the lower right.
In "Der Ewige Jude" the narrator reads: Der Jude Lorre in der Rolle eines Kindermörders. Nach dem Schlagwort: "Nicht der Mörder, sondern der Ermordete ist schuldig", wird versucht, das normale Rechtsempfinden zu verdrehen und durch mitleiderregende Darstellung des Verbrechers das Verbrechen zu beschönigen und zu entschuldigen.
Translation:
The Jew Lorre in the role of a child murderer. Following the motto: "Not the murderer but the murdered is guilty", it is tried to contort the normal sense of justice and to excuse and lessen the crime with a compassion inducing portrayal of it.

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1931Die-Koffer-des-Herrn-PeterLorre.mp4
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Run Time: 00:04:08
Audio/Visual: Sound, B&W Quality: # # # # 

Excerpt from: Die Koffer des Herrn O.F. (1931)

Director: Alexis Granowsky
Producer: Tobis Filmkunst

Another essay of Lorre's acting greatness in this excerpt from the 1931 film "Die Koffer des Herrn O.F.". The film was later outlawed by the Nazis.



1932DieVerkaufteBraut.mp4
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 01:17:00
Audio/Visual: Sound, B&W Quality: # # # # # 
Original Soundtrack No Subtitles

Die Verkaufte Braut (1932)

Director: Max Ophuls
Producer: Hermann Rosenfeld and Ludwig Scheer

Infos about this film are available on its
IMDB page.


1933einstein-in-the-USA.mp4
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Run Time: 00:00:10
Audio/Visual: Silent/B&W Quality: # # # # #

Producer: Unknown

Albert Einstein and his wife in the USA, after escaping from Nazi Germany.


1933-DeutschlandErwacht-EinDokumentVonDerWiedergeburtDeutschlands.mp4
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Run Time: 00:54:14
Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # #

Deutschland Erwacht - Ein Dokument von der Wiedergeburt Deutschlands (1933)
Produced by: Lignose Hörfilm - Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Nazi propaganda film.


1933-FurUns-ZumAppell.mp4
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Run Time: 00:13:26
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Fur Uns - Zum Appel (1933)
Producer: Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

10 years anniversary ceremony to remember the fallen in the attempted Putsch of 1923.


1933DerDeutscheReichstagZuNuernberg.mp4
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Run Time: 00:05:11
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Der Deutsche Reichstag zu Nurernberg(1933)
Producer: Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Propaganda documentary about the Reichstag in Nuremberg visited by Hitler.


1933NuremburgRallies-OfficialFilms27-33.mp4
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 01:26:51
Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # 

Nuremburg Rallies - Official Films 1927-1933 (1933)
Producer: Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Original montage of official footage filmed between 1927 and 1933 at the Nazi rallies in Nuremberg.


1933AH-ZumBaubeginnDerReichsautobahne.mp4
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Run Time: 00:01:33
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Adolf Hitler - Zum Baubeginn der Reichsautobahne (1933)
Producer: Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Adolf Hitler speaks at the beginning of the construction of the first German highway.


1933DrFritzTodt-ZumBaubeginnDerReichsautobahne.mp4
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Run Time: 00:01:42
Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W-C Quality: # # # #

Dr Fritz Todt - Zum Baubeginn der Reichsautobahne (1933)
Producer: Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Fritz Todt speaks at the beginning of the construction of the first German highway. At the end appears an Opel automobiles ad in color.


1933SA-Mann-Brand.mp4
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Run Time: 01:28:30
Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W-C Quality: # # # 

S.A. Mann Brand (1933)
Produced by: Bavaria Film
Directed by: Franz Seitz
S.A.-Mann Brand was made at the start of the Third Reich. It was released in mid-June 1933, and depicted events as recent as March of that year.


1934circa-JugendRegattaInGraunau.avi
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Run Time: 00:14:43 Audio/Visual: Silent/B&W Quality: # # # # #
Language: German

Jugend Regatta in Graunau (circa 1934)

Producer: Unknown


Hitler Youth regatta in Graunau.


1934TriumphOfTheWill.avi
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 01:50:30 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # # #
Language: German

Thriumph des Willens (1934)

Produced by:
Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)
Directed by: Leni Riefenstahl


Documentary film of the 1934 Reich Party Day in Nuremberg.


1935GöringsLionCaesar.mov
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 00:00:43 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # # #
Language: German

Göring's Lion, Cesar (1935)

Amateur footage filmed at Göring's mansion, Karinhalle in 1935.


1936-EwigeWache-FilmUeberDieFeldherrnhalle.mp4
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 00:10:32 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # 
Language: German

Ewige Wache - Film ueber die Feldherrnhalle (1936)
Production: Dr. Brieger -
Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Nazi propaganda film.


1936DerFuehrerbesichtigtdieLeibstandarte&AuszugvomReichsparteitag.mp4
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Run Time: 00:05:20 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # 
Language: German

Der Fuehrer Besichtigt die Leibstandarte und Auszug vom Reichsparteitag (1936)
Production:
Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Nazi propaganda film.


1936ReichsparteitagDerEhreInNürnberg.mp4
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 00:09:03 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # #
Language: German

Reichsparteitag der Ehre in Nürenberg (1936)
Production:
Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Documentary film of the 1936 Reich Party Day in Nuremberg (fragment).


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1936OlympischeWinterspiele.mp4
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Run Time: 00:22:21 Audio/Visual: Silent/B&W Quality: # # # #
Language: German

Olympische Winterspiele in Garmish-Partenkirchen(1936)
Producer unknown


Amateur documentary film of the 1936 Winter Olimpic Games in Garmish-Partenkirchen.

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1937circa-HitlerjugendInDenBergen.mp4
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Run Time: 00:20:15 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # 
Language: German

Hitlerjugend in den Bergen (circa1937)
Director: Stuart J. Lutz
Producer:
Unknown

Nazi propaganda film about the activities of an Hitlerjugend group at a mountain summer camp.


1937MussoliniInGermania.mp4
Available on DVD
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Run Time: 00:09:59 Audio/Visual: Sound/B&W Quality: # # # #
Language: German

Mussolini Visits Germany (1937)
Production:
Universum Film (UfA)

Documentary film of the 1937 Benito Mussolini trip to Germany.


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Entartete Kunst
(Degenerate Art)

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The years 1927-37 were critical for artists in Germany. In 1927, the National Socialist Society for German Culture was formed. The aim of this organization was to halt the "corruption of art" and inform the people about the relationship between race and art. By 1933, the terms "Jewish," "Degenerate," and "Bolshevik" were in common use to describe almost all modern art.

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In 1937, Nazi officials purged German museums of works the Party considered to be "degenerate". From the thousands of works removed, 650 were chosen for a special exhibit of Entartete Kunst. The exhibit opened in Munich and then traveled to eleven other cities in Germany and Austria. In each installation, the works were poorly hung and surrounded by graffiti and hand written labels mocking the artists and their creations. Over three million visitors attended making it the first "blockbuster" exhibition.

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Here is a complete list of the artists included in the exhibit's catalog.

* Adler, Jankel
* Barlach, Ernst
* Bauer, Rudolf
* Bauknecht, Philipp
* Baum, Otto
* Baumeister, Willi
* Bayer, Herbert
* Beckmann, Max
* Belling, Rudolf
* Bindel, Paul
* Brün, Theo
* Burchartz, Max
* Burger-Mühlfeld, Fritz
* Camenisch, Paul
* Caspar, Karl
* Caspar-Filser, Maria
* Cassel, Pol
* Chagall, Marc
* Corinth, Lovis
* Davringhausen, Heinrich
* Dexel, Walter
* Diesner, Johannes
* Dix, Otto
* Drexel, Hans Christoph
* Dreisch, Johannes
* Eberhard, Heinrich
* Ernst, Max
* Feibusch, Hans
* Feininger, Lyonel
* Felixmüller, Conrad
* Freundlich, Otto
* Fuhr, Xaver
* Gies, Ludwig
* Gilles, Walter
* Gleichmann, Otto
* Grossmann, Rudolph
* Grosz, George
* Grunding, Hans
* Haizmann, Richard
* Hausmann, Raoul
* Hebert, Guido
* Heckel, Erich
* Heckrott, Wilhelm
* Heemskerck, Jacoba van
* Heister, Hans Seibert von
* Herzog, Oswald
* Heuser, Werner
* Hoerle, Heinrich
* Hoefer, Karl
* Hoffman, Eugen
* Itten, Johannes
* Jawlensky, Alexej von
* Johansen, Eric
* Kallmann, Hans Jürgen
* Kandinsky, Wassily
* Katz, Hans
* Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig
* Klee, Paul
* Klein, Cesar
* Kleinschmidt, Paul
* Kokoschka, Oskar
* Lange, Otto
* Lehmbruck, Wilhelm
* Lissitzky, El
* lüthy, Oskar
* Marc, Franz
* Marcks, Gerhard
* Matare' Ewald
* Meidner, Ludwig
* Metzinger, Jean
* Mitschke-Collande, Constantin von
* Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo
* Moll, Margarethe
* Moll, Oskar
* Molzahn, Johannes
* Mondrian, Piet
* Muche, George
* Meuller, Otto
* Nagel, Erich
* Nauen, Heinrich
* Nay, Ernst Wilhelm
* Neistrath, Karel
* Nolde, Emil
* Pankok, Otto
* Pechstein, Max
* Watenphul, Max Peiffer
* Purrmann, Hans
* Rauh, Max
* Richter, Hans
* Röder, Emy
* Rohlfs, Christian
* Scharff, Edwin
* Schlemmer, Oskar
* Schlichter, Rudolph
* Schmidt-Rottluff, Karl
* Scholz, Werner
* Schreyer, Lothar
* Schubert, Otto
* Schwitters, Kurt
* Segal, Lasar
* Skade, Friedrich
* Stukenberg, Friedrich (Fritz)
* Thalheimer, Paul
* Tietz, Johannes
* Topp, Arnold
* Völker, Karl
* Voll, Christoph
* Wauer, William
* Wollheim, Gert

Many of the artists included in the Entartete Kunst exhibition are now considered masters of the Twentieth Century. The Nazi Regime had a direct influence on the private and public life of many of those artist.

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Here are some example.

Paul Klee is ranked as one of the most original masters of contemporary art. He was born in Bern, Switzerland and lived for many years in Germany. He was one of the instructors at the Bauhaus. In 1931 he began teaching at Dusseldorf Academy, but he was dismissed by the Nazis, who termed his work "degenerate." In 1933, Klee went back to his native Switzerland. He died on June 29, 1940.

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During World War I Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was a volunteer in the army, but he could not stand the discipline and constant subordination. He suffered a nervous breakdown and was moved to a sanatorium, where he became dependent on Veronal (sleeping pills), morphine and alcohol. The addictions did not hinder him from painting. He slowly recovered, and worked on paintings and woodcuts. His art was exhibited in Switzerland and Germany. The Germans banned his work, and he became increasingly depressed. On June 15, 1938, he took his own life.

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Emile Nolde was an expressionist painter and graphic artist known for his religious works. His distortion and violent use of color attracted the attention of Die Brücke resulting in an invitation in 1906 to join the group. Nolde's temperament was not suited for collective work and he left Die Brücke in 1907 after learning the technique of woodcut. Nolde was able to remain in Germany during the Nazi regime, but over one thousand of his works were confiscated.

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Max Beckman was influenced by Edvard Munch. Beckman served in the medical corps during World War I, an experience that led to extreme pessimism in his artwork. Many of his paintings were sold by the Third Reich after the Entartete Kunst exhibition. Beckman was able to escape to Amsterdam and then eventually made his way to the United States.

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Otto Dix was another expressionist painter whose work was influenced by the experience of World War I. He was appointed professor at the Dresden State Academy, but was dismissed in 1933 when the Nazis came to power. Two hundred sixty of Dix's paintings were removed from German museums in 1937. Many of these were burnt on Goebbels's order. Dix survived on a remote farm until 1945 when he was drafted by the Nazis and then captured by the French and made a prisoner of war. After the war, Dix returned to teaching.

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Not every artist considered by the Nazis to be "degenerate" was included in the Entartete Kunst exhibit. One such artist was Käthe Kollwitz whose paintings, drawings, and sculptures were commentaries on social conditions. She was much loved by the German people, with streets and parks being named after her. Käthe Kollwitz became the first woman elected to the Prussian Academy of Art in Berlin. But because her work was critical of the Nazism, she became persona non grata. She was expelled from the academy in 1933.
Kollwitz believed that art should reflect social conditions in one's time. The Nazis forbade her work to be displayed, and banished her sculpture from the cellar of the Crown Prince Palace, declaring "In the Third Reich mothers have no need to defend their children. The State does that".
An enlarged version of Käthe Kollwitz's Mother with Dead Son was done by Harald Haake and stands in the middle of the
Neue Wache in Berlin.

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Paul Fuhrmann's Kriegsgewinnler (War Profiteer), an oil painting from 1932 was a clear statement against the rising regime-art. Two of Fuhrmann's works were included in the Entartete Kunst exhibition.

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Julius (Julo) Levin was considered a degenerate artist by the Nazis. He was arrested and died in Auschwitz.

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Fortunately, many prominent artists were able to escape German-controlled Europe thanks to Varian Fry.

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Fry was an American who went to France on behalf of the Emergency Rescue Committee with the mission of rescuing artists, writers, academics, and others at risk. Fry and his co-workers were able to rescue 4,000 at-risk persons including artists Max Ernst and Marc Chagall.
The Emergency Rescue Committee (now known as the International RescueCommittee) still provides relief, protection, and resettlement services for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict.

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If you want to know more about the Entartete Kunst exibit there is a great thesis, 57 pages in pdf format, courtesy of Maren Laurel Read from the University of North Carolina at Capel Hill.
Copy and pastethe following link to download it.
http://www.google.it/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CDUQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.unc.edu%2F~mlread%2FThesis%2520Complete%2520Version.pdf&ei=ieraUMH4C8bNtAaloYDQDQ&usg=AFQjCNEy9UEnVElWUbqHKzS7moDp-KEVRQ&bvm=bv.1355534169,d.Yms
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1937GoebbelsSpeechOnGermanArt.mp4
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Part of a Goebbels' 1937 speech on Art in Nazi Germany. English subtitles.


1937degenerate-art/images.mov
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Producer: Romano-Archives / Vincent Romano

Slide-show of images from the 1937 German exibithion Entartete Kunst (Degenerate Art).


1937DegenerateArtAmateurMovie.mov
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This extremely rare amateur movie, filmed in Munchen by an unknown American tourist in 1937, may be the only unofficial document related to the German exibithion Entartete Kunst (Degenerate Art).


1937DegenerateArtGermanMute.mov

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Short sequence from a 1937 German film on the exibithion
Entartete Kunst (Degenerate Art).


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A short look at the life and artworks of Julius (Julo) Levin, almost completely forgotten German Jewish Painter. Deported at Auschwitz he began to teach painting to Jewish children prisoners in the same lager. Julo Levin was later murdered in Auschwitz by the Nazis. German language version.


Arno-Breker.mov
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Original propaganda documentary on the Nazi artist Arno Breker.


Josef-Thorak.mov
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Original propaganda documentary on the Nazi artist Josef Thorak.


1937circa-Eva-And-Family-Nude-bw.mp4
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Eva Braun private family amateur footage from circa 1937.


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In the 1930s the Nazis had a love/hate relationship with Swing music. They outlawed it on their homefront, throwing it into  the category of "degenerate" art, but at the same time, they employed it in the service of the Fatherland. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's propaganda minister, assembled a fairly competent Swing band called Charlie and His Orchestra to perform Nazified versions of the Jazz hits of the day.
Led by an English speaking German, Karl Schwendler, Charlie and His Orchestra broadcast on the medium-wave and short-wave bands, throughout the 1930s and the early 40ies, to Canada, the US and Britain.


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The idea was to lure the masses in with the irrestible tonic of Swing music and then slyly work in the anti-Jewish, American and British lyrics after the second or third verse.
The broadcasts of Charlie and His Orchestra were not available in the Fatherland proper, but that only enhanced their legend, and they picked up an underground following in Germany as well.

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Here are 3 samples of lyrics from songs performed by Charlie and His Orchestra:

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You're Driving Me Crazy

Here is Winston Churchill's latest tearjerker:
Yes, the Germans are driving me crazy.
I though I had brains, but they shattered my planes.
They've built up a front against me, it's quite amazing
Clouding the skies, with their planes.
The Jews are the friends who are near me to cheer me, believe me they do.
But Jews are the kind that will hurt me, desert me and laugh at me too.
Yes, the Germans are driving me crazy,
my last chance I'll pray, to get in this muddle the U.S.A.
This new pact also is driving me crazy, Germany, Italy, Japan, it gives me a pain.
I'm losing my nerve, I'm getting lazy
A prisoner forced to remain in England to reign.
The Jews are the friends who are near me, that still cheer me, believe me they do.
But Jews are not the kind of heroes who would fight for me, now they're leaving me too.
Yes, the Germans are driving me crazy, by Jove, I pray, come in U.S.A.

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F.D.R Jones

It's a Hebrew holiday everywhere,
All the Jewish family has a brand new heir,
He's their joy heaven sent,
And they proudly present,
Mr. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones,
He's grown up, but I'm afraid he will stray,
With a name like the one he's got today,
He sends the boys to Iceland's shore, to engage in foreign wars,
Mr. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones,
Non-intervention, how he shows it,
His decision to send troops along,
Oh what a jam and I bet he knows it,
But the folks in the world all agree,
He's aggressive, aggressive as he can be,
If he could he'd like to be, known to those in history,
As the big Emperor D. Roosevelt Jones.

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Who's Afraid Of the Big Bad Wolf

Listen to the BBC, BBC, BBC,
Listen to the BBC, tra-la-la-la,
Who's preaching world democracy, democracy, democracy?
Who wants to make free people free? tra-la-la-la
First they won the war in France,
Then they said they no chance,
Each time the Germans did advance,
How could they have a chance?

They told stories so divine,
Oft'n marched across the Rhine,
Germans eat only rats and mice,
But in England all was fine,
Bye-Bye Churchill, BBC, BBC, BBC
Your tricks won't work with Italy, tra-la-la-la,
Why not give us different news, different news, different news,
Skip those Soviets, skip those Jews, tra-la-la-la.

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The notion of this material having its desired effect seems ludicrous in retrospect, but imagine yourself an East Coast resident of the United States during a period when victory over the Nazis was not assured. As you scan the radio dial aware that German U-boats may be trolling the seas miles away from your home, you come across the song "Submarines."  If the desired effect was to crush morale and instill fear, these songs probably worked great. As recruitment tools for the Nazi party, Charles Lindbergh probably did a better job.


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In some sense, the point of Jazz is to inspire a visceral reaction, an unfiltered, direct emotion. Never was this more true than during the 20ies and the 30ies, when Jazz was young, new, and shockingly unconventional.

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This American music was outrageously popular not just in the United States, but also in other parts of the world—including places where English was not the primary language. In the 1930s and 1940s, German residents were just as enamored of Jazz as everyone else, but Nazi leaders saw it as much more than mere entertainment: they saw it as a threat. For one thing, the Nazis felt that Jazz lyrics encouraged a level of sexual permissiveness that was at odds with the standards they set. But more deeply, Jazz represented the enemy—both literally, in the sense of its being American, and figuratively in the sense that its African roots made it racially degenerate, an offense to Aryan purity. To enjoy Jazz music was to thumb your nose at the Nazi cause. There were also those who claimed that American Jews were behind the whole Jazz movement, and the Nazi anti-Semitic rage only added to their distrust of Jazz.

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Hitler’s government tried repeatedly and in various ways (though with mixed success) to outlaw Jazz. Playing, listening to, or owning recordings of Jazz music was made illegal—and that included listening to Jazz from abroad on a shortwave radio. The very worst form of Jazz, from the Nazi perspective, was Swing, which was especially popular among young people. German youth frequently used Swing music and dancing as their outlet for rebellion—in this case, rebellion against the Nazi values in general and the Hitler Youth in particular. Many of the young people who were caught at covert Swing parties were sent to concentration camps. But, of course, every attempt to wipe out Swing just galvanized its fans further. The surest way to make something desirable, after all, is to forbid it...

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Of course, while making the music of Charlie and His Orchestra freely available overseas, the Nazis did their best to keep it from the German public. Despite the pro-Nazi lyrics, the government could not be seen promoting a form of music it had gone out of its way to repudiate. So although all Swing music was forbidden to Germans, the music of Charlie and His Orchestra was the most forbidden, with extremely severe penalties for those caught listening. Naturally, this increased the band’s popularity within Germany.


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The band members themselves, curiously enough, were not particularly sympathetic to the Nazi cause. Karl "Charlie" Schwedler may have been in it for the money, and some of the band members, who spoke little English, would later say they did not even realize what the lyrics said. But playing in the band paid well and exempted the members from military service. More importantly, it may have saved the lives of some members. Drummer Fritz Brocksieper, for example, had a Jewish grandmother, and so would have been considered Jewish according to Nazi reckoning...

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Fritz Brocksieper

Also curious is the fact that the group developed a significant following among Americans who were exposed to their music. This either says a lot for their music or very little for their lyrics—but in any case, the propaganda was clearly ineffective.
The individual members of Charlie and His Orchestra went on to successful careers in music after the war, their unique songs all but forgotten once the authentic originals were again in free circulation. All in all, not a bad gig for a bunch of musicians who found themselves on the wrong side of a war...


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Those rare original tracks of Charlie and His Orchestra, digitalized as mp3 in top audio quality are included upon request, free of charge, in the DVD with the video(s) for private use you'll order from this Collection:

01 - Nice People
02 - Thanks For The Memory
03 - Indian Love Call
04 - The Sheik Of Araby
05 - Lets Put Out The Lights
06 - Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
07 - Lilli Marleen
08 - Elmers Tune
09 - Picture Me Without You
10 - I Double Dare You
11 - Macpherson Is Rehearsin
12 - I Cant Give You Anything But Love
13 - Daisy
14 - Stardust
15 - Submarines
16 - United Air Man
17 - I Got Rhythm
18 - And So Another Lovely Day Is Over
19 - Roll On The Blue Funnel
20 - Under An Umbrella In The Evening
21 - Calling Invasion Forces
22 - Atlantic Wall (Incomplete)
23 - You're Driving Me Crazy 
24 - You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming
25 - Saint Louis Blues 
26 - Slumming On Park Avenue
27 - Dinah 
28 - Daisy 
29 - FDR Jones
30 - Who'll Buy My Bublitchky 
31 - I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket
32 - The King's Horses 
33 - I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams
34 - Three Little Fishes
35 - Why'd Ya Make Me Fall In Love?
36 - Miss Annabelle Lee 
37 - South of the Border
38 - Hold Tight 
39 - The Man With The Big Cigar
40 - I'm Sending You The Siegfried Line 
41 - Bye Bye Blackbird
42 - Japanese Sandman 
43 - Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
44 - Untern Linden

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1936berlin-OlimpicGames.mp4
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Berlin - Reichshauptstadt 1936 (1936)

Nazi propaganda complete color film from 1936. An outstanding portrait of everyday life in Berlin in this rare, well preserved film, with the magical feeling of the pastel colors of Agfachrome.
Original soundtrack. No subtitles.



1937Germany-NazyRally.mp4
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1937: Big Nazi rally for the 1st of May.



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1937HindenburgMPEG2-Mute.mpeg
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Hindenburg Explodes (1937)


Footage from Castle and Pathé coverage of the Hindenburg disaster at Lakehurst. Also shots of the big ships over New York.


1937-05-10SpecialReleaseZeppelinExplodes.mpeg
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1937-05-10 Special Release: Zeppelin Explodes Scores Dead (1937)

Production Company: Universal Studios

"Lakehurst, NJ: Thirty-five persons die and scores of others are injured as the mighty dirigible explodes three hundred feet over the landing field at the end of her first voyage of the season from Europe. A terrific burst of flame engulfs the stern of the ship and spreads with the rapidity of lightning to the bow. The inferno of blazing hydrogen gas cremates all living beings in its path, as the twisted skeleton of the balloon settles quickly to the ground. Rescue crews brave death to save sixty-three persons, some of them horribly burned." Scenes of the Hindenburg burning with narration.


1937-05-10TheHindenburg-HerbMorrison.mp4
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1937-05-10 The Hindenburg burning: newsreel and WLS-Chicago broadcasting with Herb Morrison report.


1937-05-10TheHindenburg-colorNewsR.mp4
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1937-05-10 The Hindenburg burning: colorized newsreel excerpt.
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1937-05-10TheHindenburg-New.mp4
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The Hindenburg. New outstanding color footage (partly colorized).
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1937-NaziChristmas.mov
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Christmas 1937 in Nazi Germany.
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1938circa-SegefliegerWasserkuppe.mov
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Segelflieger auf der Wasserkuppe (circa 1938)
Produced by: Reichsanstalt fur Film und Bild (RWU)
Directed by: Walter Frentz
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Outstanding challenge for Hitler Youth glider pilots.


1938circa-Wildwasser.mov
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Wildwasser (circa 1938)
Producer unknown


Hitler Youth boys and girls in a wild mountain river.


1938circa-SommeWindUndSegel.mov
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Somme Wind und Segel (circa 1938)
Producer unknown

Yacht School for
Hitler Youth girls .


1938 German Folk Fest in Bayern & "De Nacht van de Amazonen".dv
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1938 German Folk Fest in Bayern & "De Nacht van de Amazonen".
Rarely seen amateur color footage filmed in Friedberg and Munchen in 1938.
About the night masquerade "De Nacht van de Amazonen" (in the final part of the video), the "Burgmaister" of Munchen obtained from the local "Gaulaiter" (the city's Nazi Party chief) the permission for the girls on the charriots to parade with sexy costumes... some of them pratically undressed!

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1938NUREMBERG-Reichsparteitag.mp4
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Nuremberg, 1938. Amateur film fragment. Nazi Party congress at the Zeppelin Arena in Nuremberg.
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1938Olympia1.mov
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Olympia 1. Teil - Fest der Völker (1938)
Producer: Universum Film (UfA)

The first part of the mythical Leni Riefensthal's movie about the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games.

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1938Olympia2.mov
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Olympia 2. Teil - Fest der Schönheit (1938)
Producer: Universum Film (UfA)

The second part of the revolutionary Leni Riefensthal's movie about the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games.

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1938GermanFilm-CianoAtBercht-HimmlerAndOthers2.mov
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German WW2 color footage. Eva Braun amateur film. Italy's foreign minister Count Ciano at Berchtesgaden, with shots of Himmler and other SS.



1938GermanAutobahnInauguration.mp4
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Adolf Hitler inaugurating the last part of the completed German Highway. Fragment. Original soundtrack.

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1938WortUndTat.mp4
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Wort und Tat (1938)

Produced By:
Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)
Directed By: Fritz Hippler, Ottoheinz Jahn, Gustav Ucicky and Eugen York

The film is notable for the extensive use of montage to get its message across, in a style reminiscent of Sergei Eisensteins "Oktober".
The film begins with a montage of clips from the Weimar period, showing a series of clips of Labor and Communist rallies, interspersed with scenes of scantily clad cabaret girls, and then shots of the posters of the different Weimar era political parties. this illustrates the "chaos" and "decadence" of the Weimar period. This sequence ends with former chancellor Heinrich Brüning making a speech against National Socialism.
The film then goes into a series of sequences showing how Nazi rule has "improved" various aspects of German life:
(in approximate order)
Agricultural production (with scenes of the Reich Labor Service at work)
Improvement of youth (Hitler Youth scenes)
Coal production
Autobahn construction
The Winter health Campaign
Steel production
Factories being built
Then the film shifts to a scene of Mussolini praising the German development (in German), and various shots of the SS marching and the Luftwaffe flying in formation (which seems to have been lifted from Tag der Freiheit).



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1938EuropeanTripPart1.mpeg Available on DVD

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1938EuropeanTripPart2.mpeg
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Nice looking 2 reels amateur 1938 film that details a couple of American friends' journey to Europe. From the amazing departure in New York on ship, to visiting Gibraltar, Nice, Switzerland, and Germany.
Some shots of Nazi Germany (in its fifth year) is shown, especially at the end of part 2, when the film goes into color.


1938TheFuhrerIsBackHome-Col-snd.mov
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09-28-1938. HItler arrives at the Berghof with an Italian delegation leaded by Count Ciano. The Fuhrer partecipates in a "spontaneous way" to what seems to be a funny joke about Goering told by Bruckner, Eva Braun's bodyguard. Bruckner says:"Haben sie denn Herr Goring tanzen gesehen, mein Fuhrer?", "Have you seen Herr Goering dancing, my Fuhrer?". Hitler reacts impersonating the way the rather heavy minister Goering danced. (This finally explains what was behind the "Dancing Hitler" or "Hitler Dance" clip, that's on line pratically since the Internet exist!!!). Then he changes uniform, meets his segretaries and friends and gives orders to various SS officers, Surprisingly, (maybe a Galeazzo Ciano's idea...) they listen to radio-news in English from the BBC!
Eva Braun private color amateur footage from September, 28 1938 filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden. Original captured soundtrack with the voices of Hitler and others.

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1938-39ShaeferExpeditionTIBETc1.mov
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Ernst Schäfer - Geheimnis Tibet (Secret Tibet) (1938-39)
Eine Produktion der UFA über eine Deutsche Tibet-Expedition

In 1938 Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler sponsored an expedition to Tibet lead by Ernst Schäfer and composed by several other Nazi SS scientists, officially to study the region's flora and fauna and to take scientific measurements of the Earths magnetic fields. The expedition was also sent to find traces of the origins of the "Aryan" race in Tibet which was where Himmler thought evidence of could be found. As a follower of the Hollow Heart theory, Himmler was also looking in Tibet for the "doors to Agharty", the mythical underground town, home of the "Unknown Masters". This film is a Nazi era documentary of that expedition.
Ernst Schäfer (1910-1992) was a famous German hunter and zoologist in the 1930s, specializing in ornithology.
He is most famous for his three expeditions to Tibet in 1931, 1934-1935, and 1938-1939, the first two led by the American Brooke Dolan II, and the third led by himself under the patronage of Himmler's Ahnenerbe organization.
In July 1934, during his second expedition in Asia, he met the then exiled Panchen Lama, Thubten Chökyi Nyima, in Hangzhou, China.
Schäfer joined the SS in 1933, but after World War II he claimed to have been an unwilling recruit into the organization, a step necessary to advance his career.
Schäfer wrote several books, including Berge, Buddhas und Bären (Mountains, Buddhas and Bears), and helped to produce this film.
Geheimnis Tibet was never released to the public in Nazi Germany but intended as a film for SS internal use only.


1939-MussoliniInDeutschland-SondersendungDerFox-wochenschau.mov
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Mussolini in Deutschland - Sondersendung der Fox-Wochenschau (1939)
Producer: Universum Film (UfA)

Nazi propaganda film about the visit of Mussolini in Germany in 1939.



1939-DeutscheFreiwilligeInSpanien-VomKampfDerLegionCondor.mov
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Deutsche Freiwillige in Spanien - Vom Kampf der Legion Condor (1939)
Production: Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (NSDAP)

Nazi propaganda film about the Legion Condor military mission in the Spanish Civil War.


1939HitlerVisitsHisSchool.mp4
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06-12-1939. Hitler visits with affection his childhood school in Leonding, near Braunau am Inn, Austria.
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1939circa-EvaAndFamily-StarnbergerSee.mp4
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Eva Braun private family color amateur footage from circa 1939.
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1939-Eva-Color-Berghof01.mp4
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Eva Braun private color amateur footage from 1939 filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden.


1939-Eva-Color-Berghof02.mp4
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Eva Braun private color amateur footage from 1939 filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden.


1939-Eva-Color-Berghof03.mp4
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Eva Braun private color amateur footage from Summer 1939 filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden.


1939-Eva-Color-Berghof-DEUTSCH03.mp4
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Eva Braun private color amateur footage from Summer 1939 filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden. Original soundtrack with the voices of Hitler, Goebbels, Speer and others. Extremely rare.
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1939Hand-GrenadeLaunchingChamp-c.mov
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Frankfurt, August 1939. A sport championship for members of the German police. Who will be the best hand-grenade launcher?!

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1939EvaBraunAtTheWaterfall-Col-Snd.mp4
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Eva Braun private color amateur footage from Summer 1939.
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1939Berghof-Col-Snd-Blondie.mp4
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1939. HItler at the Berghof with Von Ribbentrop, Speer and others, including his dog Blondie... barking really loud!
We can also see how SS guards can be excellent waiters... or even baby-sitters when needed!
Eva Braun private color amateur footage from late Spring 1939 filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden. Original captured soundtrack with the voices of Hitler and others.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1939MomentsOfAHBirthday.mp4
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April 20, 1939. The Wermacht celebrating Hitler's 50th birthday.
Montage of amateur footage and official Nazi propaganda footage.



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1940-1945 The Destroyers

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1940TheEternalJew.wmv
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(MPEG 4 version available)
Language: German, subtitled in English

Der Ewige Jude (The Eternal Jew) (1940)
Production Company: Deutsche Filmherstellungs und Verwertungs GmbH, Berlin (DFG)

"The Eternal Jew" is probably the single source which in the clearest way demonstrates the hatred of Nazism towards the Jews. It shows in word, picture and sound exactly what it was, that Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels wanted the German public to associate with the word “Jew”. This film is an excellent and yet most shocking example of the way genocidal mentality can be created by means of "reality-like" media. The purpose of propaganda is to induce action. When human beings are compared to rats and vermin like in "The Eternal Jew", it seems obvious what must be done with these creatures...
Stills from the film, along with the narration, are available on this website:
http://www.holocaust-history.org/der-ewige-jude/stills.shtml


1940-05-10Die-Deutsche-Wochenschau.mpg
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 05-10-1940.
Goebbels' propaganda tries to show how happy are Europeans to be "gently invaded" by the Germans. Hitler's dream of a united Europe under the "New Order" seems to come true...


1940JudSuess.mov

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(MPEG 4 version available)
Language: German, subtitled in English

Jud Süß
(1940)
Production Company: Terra Filmkunst
Director: Veit Harlan

Notorious Nazi propaganda anti-Semitic film.


1940-07-08Die-Deutsche-Wochenschau.avi
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 07-08-1940.


1940-07-18Die-Deutsche-Wochenschau.mp4
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 07-18-1940.


1940-Die-Deutsche-Wochenschau.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1940 (excerpt) about the invasion of Holland.


1940Kampf-um-Norwegen-Feldzug.avi

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Language: German

Kampf um Norwegen - Feldzug 1940 (1940)

Producer: Martin Rikli and Dr. Werner Buhre
Production Company: Oberkommando der Wehrmacht
Audio/Visual: sound, b/w
Language: German (no subtitles)

German complete propaganda documentary from 1940.
"Kampf um Norwegen - Feldzug 1940" (English: Battle for Norway - 1940 campaign) is a 81 minute-long German documentary directed by Martin Rikli and Dr. Werner Buhre by orders of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht. Produced in 1940, the movie follows the Invasion of Denmark and Norway in the spring 1940. For unknown reasons, the film was never shown in Germany. It was considered lost in its entirety until it recently surfaced at an Internet auction.


1940-SiegImWesten.mp4
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Sieg Im Westen (1940)
Production Company: Oberkommando der Heeres
German complete propaganda documentary from 1940 about German army invading Holland, Belgium and France.
Everything is uncut and original here, German soundtrack and English comment translating from German. No subtitles.


1940-12-22die-deutsche-wochenschau.avi
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 12-22-1940.
15 months after the beginning of the war, German hospitals are plenty of wounded soldiers. The Nazis organize visits to the sanatoriums by German children, bringing presents and singing songs to support the soldiers moral. How many of those children are going to loose their lives in the future air raids over Germany, that are about to begin...?


1941AfricaKorps-wochen.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1941 (excerpt) about Erwin Rommel and the Afrika Korps.


1941AfricaKorps-wochenCOLOR.mp4
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Language: German

Rare color German newsreel from 1941 (excerpt) about Erwin Rommel and the Afrika Korps.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1941Panzerlied.mp4
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German WW2 color footage.


1941U-boots.mov
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German WW2 color footage.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1941Lied-der-Panzergrenadiere.mp4
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German WW2 color footage.


1941GermanyAtWar-Vol1.mp4
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Language: German

German Complete propaganda documentary from 1941.


1941Russia-wochen-EnglishSubt.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German newsreel from 1941 (excerpt) about the attack on Russia.


1941DieFrontschau-Vol4.mp4
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Language: German

Die Frontschau-Vol.4 (1941)
Production: UfA

German complete propaganda documentary from 1941.


1942-HelferinnenDerWehrmacht.mp4
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Language: German

Helferinnen der Wehrmacht (1942)
Production: Oberkommando der Wehrmacht

German complete propaganda documentary from 1942 filmed in Greece.


1942bombing-mission-over-malta.mp4
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Language: Italian

Excerpt from a rare WW2 Italian color documentary. Italian and German air forces on a bombing mission over British Malta island, with scenes of air battle against RAF Spitfire interceptors. Original soundtrack. No subtitles.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


19412DerGrosseKoenig.mp4
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Language: German

Der Grosse Koenig (1942)

Produced By: Tobis Filmkunst
Directed by: Veit Haelan

Der Grosse Koenig was filmed at the behest of Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels and directed by Veidt Harlan, the man responsible for the anti-Semitic films, Jud Suss. Thus, it isn't surprising that the film utilizes the historical facts at its disposal to prime the pumps for the Third Reich. Playing the title role is Paul Wegener, who during the Hitler regime was named Actor of the State and who, like Harlan, compromised his talent on behalf of Der Fatherland. Der Grosse Koenig won the Venice Film Festival Award and the Mussolini prize, though odds are the contests were fixed. On the strength of Der Grosse Koening, Veidt Harlan in 1944-45 was assigned to direct the famous money-squandering propaganda picture Kolberg (also available in this Collection).



1942FlyingFortress.mpg
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Mission accomplished: The Story of the Flying Fortress (1942)
Producer: U.S. Office of War Information, Bureau of Motion Pictures


Chronicles one of the early (August 1942) missions of B-17s over Germany.


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Combat America (1945 - Filmed in 1942)
Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information

Producer: U.S. Army Air Forces

Four reels 62 minutes movie. Follows the Flying Fortress crews of the 351st Bombardment Group from the end of their training at a Colorado training field to real combat missions over Germany.


1942SuperCargoPlane-wochen.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1942 (excerpt) about an outstanding super-plane.


1942WOCHEN-november.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from November 1942 (excerpt).


1942WOCHEN-Xmas.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1942 (excerpt) about the fourth Christmas of war.


1942-GermanFilm-NSDAPmembersTraining2.mp4
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Berlin 1942: Propaganda footage showing members of the Nazi party having a jogging session.


1942-GermanFilm-RetardedChildren.mp4
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1942, Berlin: Retarded children proposed for sterilization by the Nazis.


1942-GermanFilm-AHinColor5m.mp4
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1939-1942: Montage of private Eva Braun and Adolf Hitler amateur footage.


1943-GermanFilm-Amputated.mp4
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Germany 1943: rehabilitation exercises for amputated German soldiers.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1943-GermanFilm-OfficierMarriageAmateur.mp4
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Germany 1943: The marriage of a German officer. Amateur film.

Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1943WOCHEN-celebrating10YsOfNaziPower.avi
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 1943 celebrating the 10th anniversary of Hitler's dictatorship.


1943-DieDivisionDesReichsmarshalls.mp4
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Language: German

Die Division des Reichsmarshalls (1943)

German complete propaganda documentary about the Hermann Goering Division.


1944circa-PartyAtBerghof01.mp4
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Eva Braun private amateur footage, circa 1944, filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden.


1944circa-PartyAtBerghof02.mp4
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Eva Braun private amateur footage, circa 1944, filmed at the Berghof, near Berchtesgaden.


1944WOCHEN-Normandy.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about the Allied invasion of Normandy.


1944airWar-WOCHEN.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about air war over Germany.


1944antiAirRaidDefense01-WOCHEN.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about air war over Germany.


1944antiAirRaidDefense02-WOCHEN.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about air war over Germany.


1944antiAirRaidDefense03-WOCHEN.mp4
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Language: German

German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about air war over Germany.


1944-GermanFilm-Peenemunde-V2Tests.mov
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Early 1944: young Von Braun and the early testings of the V2 at Peenemunde, Germany.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1944-V2FailedLaunchings.mp4
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Early 1944: montage of failed launchings of the V2 at Peenemunde, Germany.


1944-GermanFilm-TheBombingOfUfA.mp4
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Berlin 1944: The bombing of the UfA studios.


1944-NaziProp.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (Summer 1944)

Summer 1944-Nazi propaganda complete color film. Original soundtrack. No subtitles.
In first part are shown young Nazi boys and girls living in a kind of ecological "Paradise on Earth" in the German countryside, and a weekend in Berlin, filmed by Goebbels' propaganda cameramen, pretending to show how the war and the constant bombings don't change normal life and habits of the Germans. Second part is showing Kossacks Russian cavalry troops allied with the Nazi army, (Kossacks, that were fighting followed by their women, as a reward for their bravery on the battlefields were given by the Nazis in 1944 a kind of "promised land" where they could live after the war. Many of them were given farms and lands in the Carnia. That is in Friuli, in the mountain region of east northern Italy. At the end of the war many of them were killed by Italian Partisans...). Film also shows the repairing of a damaged tank, the outstanding Schnell-Boots of the Kriegmarine and the training of paratroopers.

Click HERE to watch Part 1 of this movie on GoogleVideo
Click HERE to watch Part 2 of this movie on YouTube


1944BritishFilm-RAF-NightMission-Berlin2.mov
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A British RAF night raid over Berlin, filmed in color in 1944.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1944-HamburgBombing.mp4
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Uncensored silent color footage of the fires and the aftermath of the saturation incendiary night bombing runs that destroyed Hamburg on 07-28-1944, causing the death of over 50.000 civilians and more than a million homeless. Original montage.
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1944BerlinPropagandaMovie.mov
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A weekend in 1944 Berlin, filmed by Goebbels' propaganda cameramen, pretending to show how the war and the constant bombings don't change normal life and habits of the Germans...


1944-v2-color-01.mp4
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1944 Peenemunde, Germany. Testing of the new V2 missiles. Color footage with original captured sound. Extremely rare!
Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube


1944WOCHEN-SS-Hitlerjugend.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about SS Division "Hitlerjugend".


1944WOCHEN-totalerkrieg.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German newsreel from 1944 (excerpt) about Goebbels' speech on "Total War" at Berlin Sportpalatz.


1944WOCHEN-dec-Mutilated.mp4
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Language: German
(English subtitles)


German complete newsreel from 1944 about the training of mutilated soldiers.


destroyers.mov
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Producer: Romano-Archives / Vincenzo Romano
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs


Slide-show of hi-definition photos taken by the US Air Force lead bombardiers on board of the flying fortresses, during the bombing runs against German targets.


1944TheMemphisBelle.mpeg
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The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944)

Directed by William Wyler

Documentary about the 25th and last bombing mission of a B-17, the "Memphis Belle". The "Memphis Belle" took part in a great bombing raid on sub-pens in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. On their way they encounterd heavy AA fire and interceptors.
The pilot was 24-year-old Captain Robert K. Morgan from Asheville, North Carolina who was an industrial engineer before joining the Army in 1941; the co-pilot, whom Captain Morgan insisted was "the other pilot', was 25-year-old Captain James A. Verinis from New Haven, Connecticut, who was a business administration student at the University of Connecticut before entering the service in July of 1941; Captain Vincent B. Evans, the 23-year-old bombadier was one of the two married members of the crew, and was a fleet-truck operator in his home town of Fort Worth, Texas before enlisting in January of 1942; Captain Charles B. Leighton, from East Lansing,Michigan and a chemistry student at Ohio Wesleyan before entering the service, was the navigator. The engineer and top turret gunner was Technical Sergeant Harold P.Loch, a 23-year-old stevedore from Green Bay, Wisconsin who joined the service in November of 1941; Technical Sergeant Robert J.Hanson, a construction worker from Washington state and the other married crew member, was the radio operator. The 19-year-old "baby" of the Memphis Belle crew was waist-gunner Staff Sergeant Casimer A. Nastal who was a washing machine repairman from Detroit, Michigan with two confirmed fighter kills to his credit who thought he had more "but never had time to watch whether they went down"; Staff Sergeant Cecil H. Scott, a pressman for a rubber company in Rahway, New Jersey was the ball turret gunner and, at 27, the oldest member of the crew. One of the three cameraman was First Lieutenant Harold J. Tannenbaum, from Binghamton,New York, a World War I veteran who remained in the Navy until 1927. He re-entered the service in July,1942 when he received his commission in the Army Air Force. He was killed in action,age 46, in April of 1944 while filming this movie and received a posthumous Purple Heart.


1944Germany-Bomb-Disposal.mp4
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A German bomb-disposal hero. German newsreel excerpt.


1944LuftwaffeAttack.mov
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Nazi fighters sometimes strike back successfully but Allied planes are just too many! Filmed on board of the attacking fighters.


1944Luftwaffe-Scramble.mpeg
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Nazi fighters sometimes strike back successfully but Allied planes are just too many! Filmed on board of one of the attacking fighters.


1944Luftwaffe-Color-Footage.mp4
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German Luftwaffe WW2 color footage.


WW2-col1942-44warfootage.mp4
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Allied and German rare color footage from 1942 to 1944.


1944-12-14die-deutsche-wochenschau.mov
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 12-14-1944.
War is lost and near the end but Goebbels' propaganda tries to show a Germany still hardly fighting and ready to counterattack in the Ardennes. Anyway even Goebbels can't hide the costant terror imposed by the allied Air Force over the German Army. For both military and civilians, death comes from the air.


1944-GermanFilm-Late44Propaganda.mp4

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Germany 1944: German propaganda footage showing everyday life in Germany.
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1944-GermanFilm-Late44-WarProd-Slaves.mp4
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Germany 1944: German footage showing the use of slave workers for war production.


1944USFilms-October-USTroopsEnteringGermany.mov
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October 1944: US troops enter Germany.


1944-Dec-ColorWochen.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (Autumn 1944)

December 1944 (Circa)-Nazi propaganda color film (Excerpt). Original soundtrack.

In this "Panorama" newsreel are shown: harvesting grapes on the Rhine in the sixth year of war, war landscapes (Carpatian mountains), Italian Alps: Allied fighters strafing a German convoy and AAA German fire, German Luftwaffe escorting German ships in the Norvegian Sea and artillery duel with Russian coastal batteries, boat race for Hitlerjugend boys.



1944-Dec-ColorWochen-Luftwaffe-GLIDERS.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (Autumn 1944)

Autumn 1944. "Panorama" newsreel excerpt showing Luftwaffe gliders training. Original soundtrack.


1944-Dec-ColorWochen-GermanRedCross.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (Autumn 1944)

Autumn 1944. "Panorama" newsreel excerpt showing the activities of the German Red Cross. Original soundtrack.


1944-Dec-ColorWochen-BavarianAlps.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (Autumn 1944)

Autumn 1944. "Panorama" newsreel excerpt showing scenes of everyday life on the Bavarian Alps. Part 1. Original soundtrack.


1944-Dec-ColorWochen-BavarianAlps2.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (Autumn 1944)

Autumn 1944. "Panorama" newsreel excerpt showing scenes of everyday life on the Bavarian Alps. Part 2. Original soundtrack.


1945-Jan-ColorWochen-WermachtChampionship.mp4
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PANORAMA - Wochenschau in Farbe (January 1945)

January 1945. "Panorama" newsreel excerpt showing a sport championship for German soldiers. Original soundtrack.
Click HERE to watch this clip on YouTube


1943-45LuftwaffeFootage.mov
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Nazi fighters sometimes strike back successfully but Allied planes are just too many! Filmed on board of the attacking fighters.


1945WOCHEN-01-11-45.mp4
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Language: German

German complete newsreel from 01-11-1945 about the battle of the Bulge.


1945WOCHEN-battle-of-the-Oder.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German newsreel from 1945 (excerpt) about the battle of the Oder river, last battle before Berlin.


1945_B17-downed-by-nazi-fighters.mov
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Probably one of the last B-17 downed by a squad of the few Nazi fighters left. Dramatic rare German footage from early 1945, filmed on board of one of the attacking fighters.


1945Me-262_Vs_B-17.mpeg
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At the end of the War, Nazis use the new Messerschmitt-262 jet fighters against the Allied bombers. Technologically they win the War... but the Me-262 are very few and there are too many fortresses...


1945Wehrmacht-Color-Footage.mov
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German WW2 color footage from 1945.
Click HERE to watch this clip on YouTube


1945GermanInfantry-targeted.mp4
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Allied footage from 1945. German Infantry is targeted by US fighters.


1945KSAERIAWW2Bomb.mp4
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Allied footage from 1945. German town is targeted by US bombers.


1945KOLBERG.mp4

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Kolberg (1945)
Producer: UfA

"Kolberg" is an example of the "pure war film". Compare with Mizoguchi's The Loyal 47 Ronin (1941-42); Sergei Eisenstein, Ivan the Terrible (1943); Lewis Seiler, Guadalcanal Diary (1943); Laurence Olivier, Henry V (1944):
it is about war (the Franco-Prussian war of 1806-07)
it shows men in combat
it is made during another war (WW2)
it is made for the war effort (propaganda).
To complete the filming, a top priority for Nazi Propaganda minister Paul Joseph Goebbels, thousands of Wermacht soldiers were taken out of the front line to partecipate in the battle sequences of "Kolberg" and quickly sent back to fight (and die) against the upcoming Red Army.
Goebbels' sense that he was living in a film of the Nazi's own making. In April 1945 as Berlin was being encircled Goebbels spoke to his staff at the Propaganda Ministry about the spirit of resistance in the film "Kolberg" and predicted that an even more important historical film would one day be made about their final hours defending the Reich:
"Gentlemen, in a hundred years' time they will be showing another fine colour film describing the terrible days we are living through. Don't you want to play a part in this film, to be brought back to life in a hundred years' time? Everybody now has a chance to choose the part which he will play in the film a hundred years hence. I can assure you that it will be a fine and elevating picture. And for the sake of this prospect it is worth standing fast. Hold out now, so that a hundred years' hence the audience does not hoot and whistle when you appear on the screen."
Detailed infos about this movie can be found here:

http://homepage.mac.com/dmhart/WarFilms/OldGuides/Kolberg.html


1945Goebbels-totalerkriegundBerlingefallen.avi
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Language: German
English Subtitles


Montage with Goebbels' speech on "Total War" at Berlin Sportpalatz and shots of the last battle for Berlin.


1945LASTGERMANNEWSREEL-MARCH45.mp4
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Language: German
English Subtitles


German complete newsreel. This is the last "Deutsche Wocheschau" produced (March 1945). Starting and ending titles missing.


1945colorAlliedFighterSrafe.mp4
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Allied footage from 1945. German air base is targeted by US fighters.


WW2-colP47Guncamerafootage.mp4
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Fighter gun-camera footage from 1945. German Infantry is targeted by US fighters.


WW2-col-Germany-April45.mp4
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Rare Allied footage from April and May 1945. Germany: the last fights and the surrendering of the German Army.


1945HereIsGermany.mp4
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Here Is Germany (1945)
Produced by: Office of War Information
Directed by. Frank Capra

Propaganda documentary film directed by Frank Capra. Like its companion film, Know Your Enemy: Japan, the film is a full-length exploration of why one of the two major Axis countries started World War II and what had to be done to keep them from "doing it again".
The film opens with scenes of everyday life in Germany. It shows people such as housewives, policemen and farmers at work, and notes that these people weren't so different than us. Or are they? another narrator interrupts. The film then switches to a montage of Nazi concentration camps and piles of dead bodies. The narrator notes that this isn't the only time that Germany has unleashed war on the world, stating that while its generation fought the "Nazis", its fathers fought the "Huns" (pejorative term for Germany during World War I), and its grand father remembers the "Prussians". The narrator claims that its was all part of the same German lust for conquest.
Going even further back 150 years, the film informs us that while America, Britain, and France were forming their democratic traditions, Germany was a group of 300 medieval feudal states, not one of them with a constitution or parliament. The film traces the rise of Prussia from Frederick the Great through Bismarck, telling the audience that the Prussian state was dominated first by aristocratic landowners, militarists and state officials, later joined by the big industrialists. This development of a military industrial dominated state climaxes in World War I. When the above mentioned elements knew that they were beaten, according to the film, they put the democratic parties in charge in order to discredit the new republic. Once that was accomplished they found a stooge in Hitler, who would finally destroy the Weimar Republic with the addition of a 5th pillar - criminals.
The film depicts the Third Reich entirely from this perspective, seeing Nazism as simply a continuation of the aggressive German tradition, and then merely a façade for the military-industrial complex. Antisemitism is never mentioned explicitly, only implied when a picture of Julius Streicher is shown and the narrator mentions that he was a "hatemonger".



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1945-47 The Survived Germany

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1945-BerlinJune1945-Aer01.mp4
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Color footage filmed in Berlin By US Army Camera Units in the months following V-Day Europe.


1945-BerlinJune1945-Aer02.mp4
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Color footage filmed in Berlin By US Army Camera Units in the months following V-Day Europe.


1945-BerlinJune1945-Aer03.mp4
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Color footage filmed in Berlin By US Army Camera Units in the months following V-Day Europe.


1945-Berlin1945-June-02.mp4
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Color footage filmed in Berlin By US Army Camera Units in the months following V-Day Europe.


1945-Berlin1945-July-10.mp4
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1945-Berlin1945-July-13.mp4
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Color footage filmed in Berlin By US Army Camera Units in the months following V-Day Europe. President Truman visiting Berlin.
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Germany 28 Months After V-Day (1947)

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Description and shotlist of this film are available upon request.

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A complete Collection of the German Newsreels: Die-Deutsche-Wochenschau, UfA-Europawoche, Descheg-Monatsschau and Panorama-Farbmonatsschau (in Color) is available.

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Films added on 12-22-2009:

1932-Adolf Hitler- Wahlkampfrede In Eberswalde Am 27 Juli 1932 (12m 48s)
1932-Hitlerjugend In Den Bergen (20m 15s)
1932-Zinsknechtschaft- EinTonfilm Im Auftrage Der Nsdap (11m 42s)
1933-Adolf Hitler- Rede An Die Sa Und Ss maenner Im Berliner Sportpalast Am 8 Apri (l5m 03s)
1933-Adolf Hitler Regierungserklaerung Am 17 Mai Im Deutschen Reichstag (8m 45s)
1933-Bildbericht Der Nsdap- Schutzhaftlager Rossplatzkaserne In Halle (10m 26s)
1933-Der Fuehrer Spricht Im Berliner Sportpalast Am 10 Februar 1933 (38m 13s)
1933-Der Sieg Des Glaubens- Reichsparteitag 1933 (1h 01m)
1933-Deutschland Erwacht- Ein Dokument Von Der Wiedergeburt Deutschlands (54m 14s)
1933-Die Nuernberger Reichsparteitage Der Nsdap Aus DenJahren 1927 1929 Und 1933 (1h 26m 52s)
1933-Filmaufnahme Vom Tag Der Machtergreifung Am 30 Januar (2m 47s)
1933-Fritz Todt- Zum Bau Der Reichsautobahnen (1m 42s)
1933-Fuer Uns- Zum Appell (13m 26s)
1933-Hans Westmar- Einer Von Vielen (1h 32m 13s)
1933-Joseph Goebbels Spricht Als Vorredner Adolf Hitlers Am 10 Februar 1933 Im Berliner Sportpalast (8m 24s)
1933-Landesbildstelle Der Nsdap- Bilder Vom Wahlkampf 1932-1933 (19m 55s)
1933-Parteitag Der Nsdap- Sondersendung Der Fox-Wochenschau (6m 16s)
1934-Die Reiter Von Deutsch-Ostafrika- Unter Der Schirmherrschaft Des Reichskolonialbundes (1h 17m 40s)
1934-Ich Fuer Dich-Du Fuer Mich (1h 24m 16s)
1935-Adolf Hitler- Rede Am 15 September Zu Den Nuernberger Gesetzen (1m 34s)
1935-DieJahrhundertfeier Der Deutschen Eisenbahnen (20m 02s)
1935-Ein Dorf Im Roten Sturm- Friesennot (1h 29m 51s)
1935-Gaubildstelle Der Nsdap-Halle- Ein BesuchImJungvolklager Bei Haym (10m 49s)
1935-Haende Am Werk- Ein Lied Von Deutscher Arbeit (47m 50s)
1936-Der Fuehrer Besichtigt Die Leibstandarte- Auszug Vom Reichsparteitag (5m 19s)
1936-Der Fuehrer Eroeffnet Das Winterhilfswerk (3m 26s)
1936-Die Stadt Der Sieben Tuerme- Seestadt Rostock (14m 21s)
1936-Drei Jahre Adolf Hitlerfalsche- (4m 49s) English Undertitles
1936-Echo Der Heimat- Folge 3 (27m 00s)
1936-Echo Der Heimat- Folge 4 (25m 13s)
1936-Ehre Der Arbeit (27m 00s) English Undertitles
1936-German 1st TV Broadcasting (01m 04s)
1939-Das Wort Aus Stein (18m 26s)
1939-Deutsche Freiwillige In Spanien- Vom Kampf Der Legion Condor (14m 46s)
1939-Deutsches Land In Afrika (1h 08m 47s)
1939-Die Marine-Hauptfilm Und Bildstelle Zeigt- Die Danziger Bucht Wieder Deutsch (22m 02s)
1939-Eine Batterie GehtIn Stellung (11m 41s)
1939-Fahrende Stadt- Dresden (11m 18s)
1939-Fallschirmjaeger- Trainingsfilm (14m 41s)
1939-Glaube Und Schoenheit (15m 29s)
1939-Im Kampf Gegen Den Weltfeind- Deutsche Freiwillige In Spanien (1h 23m 56s)
1939-MaedelIm Landjahr- 1 Teil (23m 28s)
1939-Reichsarbeitsdienst- 1 Teil (23m 41s)
1939-Schicksalswende- Bericht Ueber Den Wiederanschluss (14m 01s)
1939-Sudeten-Deutschland Kehrt Heim- Sonderdienst Der Tobis-Wochenschau (29m 10s)
1939-Ufa Kulturfilm-Parade- Vorbereitungen Und Ablauf Zum 20 April (19m 01s)
1939-Wagen Nr.1 Erkaempft Sich Seinen Weg- Ueber Einen ArztIm Ausseneinsatz (13m 43s)
1940-Der Marsch Zum Fuehrer (45m 13s)
1940-Feuertaufe- Der Film Vom Einsatz Unserer Luftwaffe In Polen (1h 30m 51s)
1940-Psst- Feind Hoert Mit Vorsicht Bei Gespraechen - Der SpionIm Zug (6m 01s)
1940-Psst- Feind Hoert Mit Vorsicht Bei Gespraechen - Im Cafe (54s)
1940-Ueber Alles In Der Welt (1h 14m 42s)
1940- Walter Ruttmann- Deutsche Panzer (7m 91s)
1941-Ausser Gefahr (24m 37s)
1941-Carl Peters (1h 49m 37s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.02- Lehrfilm - Russischer Stellungsbau (15m 02s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.03- Lehrfilm - VormarschIm Besetzten Gebiet (14m 52s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.04- Lehrfilm - Infanterie Im Angriff (10m 44s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.05-06- Lehrfilm - Gebirgsjaeger Im Kampf Um Eine Ortschaft (27m 20s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.07- Lehrfilm - Angriff Von Infanterie Und Panzern Gegen Eine Ortschaft (14m 34s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.08- Lehrfilm - Der Abwehrkampf Im Winter (16m 08s)
1941-Die Frontschau Nr.09-10- Lehrfilm - Stellungs Und Unterkunftbau (23m 58s)
1941-Die Hermann Goering Werke Bauen In Watenstedt 1939-1941 (32m 55s)
1941-Ernst Udet- Ein Fliegerleben-Ein Heldenleben (14m 39s)
1941-Flieger Am Feind- Aufklaerer Bomber Und Jaeger Gegen England (11m 57s)


Films added on 05-24-2010:

1938 WELTRAUM - Schiffi Startet Eine Technische Fantasie
1938 Berlin Olympic Games -Dutch Amateur Film
1940 The Rothschilds - Aktien Auf Waterloo


Films added on 08-06-2010:

The COMPLETE FILM of the Trial against the cospirators for the attempt on Hitler at the "Wolf's Liar":
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 1 (1944)
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 2 (1944)
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 3 (1944)
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 4 (1944)
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 5 (1944)
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 6 (1944)
Volksgerichtshof (Nazi Peoples Court) - NEW FOOTAGE - Part 7 (1944)


Films added on 01-14-2011:

1936 Berlin Olympics in Color - Amateur Film
1938 Berlin - The Olympic Games - Dutch Amateur Film
1938 Graf Zeppelin Carrier - German Newsreel
1938 Weltraum Schiffi Startet Eine Technische Fantasie (Restored Copy)
1940 Geburtstagsfilm Fuer Joseph Goebbels - Farbe Film
1940 Die Rothschilds-Aktien Auf Waterloo
(re-encoded version)
1943 Land An Der Weichsel - Farbe Mit Neuer Vertonung


Films added on 04-10-2011:

1938 GRAF ZEPPELIN CARRIER (Newsreel)
1939 BILDER VOM EINSATZ DER LUFTWAFFE IM POLENFELDZUR (Reel 1 of 2) (HD)
1939 BILDER VOM EINSATZ DER LUFTWAFFE IM POLENFELDZUR (Reel 2 of 2) (HD)
1940 ADVANCE INTO POLAND (HD) (Reel 1 of 4)
1940 ADVANCE INTO POLAND (HD) (Reel 2 of 4)
1940 ADVANCE INTO POLAND (HD) (Reel 3 of 4)
1940 ADVANCE INTO POLAND (HD) (Reel 4 of 4)
1940 U.F.A. NEWSREEL, NO. 507
1941 SIEG IM WESTEN - New HD Version (12Reels)
1941 DIE DEUTSCHE WESTGRENZE
1941 CRETE (HD)
1941ca PRE-MILITARY INSTRUCTION OF HITLER YOUTH
1942 DIE DEUTSCHE WOCHENSCHAU in HD
1943 GERMAN NEWSREEL EXCERPTS in HD
1943-1944 DIE DEUTSCHE WOCHENSCHAU in HD
1944 GERMAN NEWSREEL EXCERPTS in HD (Reel 1 of 4)
1944 GERMAN NEWSREEL EXCERPTS in HD (Reel 2 of 4)
1944 GERMAN NEWSREEL EXCERPTS in HD (Reel 3 of 4)
1944 GERMAN NEWSREEL EXCERPTS in HD (Reel 4 of 4)
1944 FZG 76 - V-1 (Flying Bomb)
1944 ME-262 WITH JET PROPULSION POWER PLANT


Audio Files Collection added on 04-12-2012:

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THE "GERMANY 1900-1945" ULTIMATE AUDIO COLLECTION

Collection of Hitler Speeches (By or About), German Radio Broadcasts and German Historical Speeches (1900-1945)

498 Audio files (MP3). Total run time over 50 hours!

3 CD Set.
The Collection is also available as Zip (1,7 GB) to be downloaded via dropsend.com.
Contact Vincent Romano to order the Audio Collection.
The recordings are listed below.

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(Translated with Google Translator):
DIE "DEUTSCHLAND 1900-1945" ULTIMATIVE AUDIO KOLLEKTION

Sammlung von Hitler-Reden (von oder über), deutsche Radiosendungen und Deutsche Historische Reden (1900-1945).

498 Audio-Dateien (MP3). Insgesamt Laufzeit über 50 Stunden!

3 CD Set.
Die Sammlung ist auch als Zip (1,7 GB), um über dropsend.com.

Kontakt Vincent Romano, um die Kollektion zu bestellen.

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English titles. Audio is in German.

-001 1932-02-25 - Joseph Goebbels - Speech about the Hitler state residents (4m 55s). Mp3
-002 1932-07-15 - Adolf Hitler - appeal to the nation (8m 10s). Mp3
-003 1932-07-21 - Adolf Hitler - election rally of the NSDAP in Goettingen (4m 57s). Mp3
-004 1932-07-27 - Adolf Hitler - campaign speech in Eberswalde (10m 48s). Mp3
-005 1933-01-30 - German Radio - Hitler is Reichskanzler (Part 1) (5m 10s). Mp3
-006 1933-01-30 - German Radio - Hitler is Reichskanzler (Part 2) (6m 06s). Mp3
-007 1933-02-01 - Adolf Hitler - appeal to the German Volk (13m 19s). Mp3
-008 1933-02-10 - Adolf Hitler - Speech Sports Palace (58m 57s). Mp3
-009 1933-02-24 - Adolf Hitler - in Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller after Machtuebernahme (1m 43s). Mp3
-010 1933-03-23 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag speech - Act to remedy the plight of the people and the Reich. Mp3
-011 1933-03-23 - Adolf Hitler vs. Otto Wels - Reichstag Speech - Debate over the Ermaechtigungsgesetz (29m). Mp3
-012 1933-04-09 - Joseph Goebbels 252C Ernst Roehm and Adolf Hitler - Great call on the SA in Berlin. Mp3
-013 1933-04-20 - Hermann Goering - Birthday speech for Adolf Hitler in Italy (2m 22s). Mp3
-014 1933-05-01 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the day of the national work on the Tempelhofer field (57m 39s). Mp3
-015 1933-05-17 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - equality before the League of Germany (23m 03.mp3
-016 1933-09-23 - Adolf Hitler - Construction of motorways Reich (1m 17s). Mp3
-017 1933-09-xx - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the youth at the 5th Nazi Party (2m 08s). Mp3
-018 1933-09-xx - Adolf Hitler - Speech to SA and the SS at the 5th Nazi Party (5m 06s). Mp3
-019 1933-09-xx - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the Reich Labor Service on the 5th Nazi Party (2m 08s). Mp3
-020 1933-10-14 - Adolf Hitler - About the League of Nations (9m 36s). Mp3
-021 1933-10-xx - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the radio in November elections (10m). Mp3
-022 1934-07-13 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - About the origin and course of the SA-revolt (68m 22s). Mp3
-023 1934-08-04 - swearing-in of the Wehrmacht on the Supreme Commanders Adolf Hitler (1m 40s). Mp3
-024 1934-08-17 - Adolf Hitler - On the occasion of his visit to Hamburg (5m 29s). Mp3
-025 1934-09-05 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the Conference on the Culture Nuernberger Nazi Party (21m 20s). Mp3
-026 1934-09-06 - Constantine Hierl and Adolf Hitler - Speech on the day of the Reich Labor Service (8m 20s). Mp3
-027 1934-09-07 - Adolf Hitler - Speech during party torch train (5m 37s). Mp3
-028 1934-09-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the youth in the Nazi Party (12m 29s). Mp3
-029 1934-09-09 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the Nazi Party to the SA and SS (3m 53s). Mp3
-030 1934-09-10 - Adolf Hitler - Closing speech of the 6th Party (10m 07s). Mp3
-031 1934-xx-xx - Adolf Hitler - The German Culture (1m 12s). Mp3
-032 1934-xx-xx - Adolf Hitler about the company strength through joy (1m 12s). Mp3
-033 1935-01-15 - Adolf Hitler - Speech by broadcasting Obersalzberg to the output of the Saar vote (2m 12s). Mp3
-034 1935-01-24 - Baldur Von Schirach - Commemorative Speech for the Hitler Youth Herbert Norkus (14m 28s). Mp3
-035 1935-05-01 - Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels - Youth rally in Berlin's Lustgarten (16m 46s). Mp3
-036 1935-05-21 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag speech - introduction of general conscription (26m 53s). Mp3
-037 1935-09-06 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the honor of the Reich Labor Service (3m 47s). Mp3
-038 1936-03-xx - Adolf Hitler - Germany must live (21s). Mp3
-039 1936-09-10 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the honor of the Reich Labor Service (10m 45s). Mp3
-040 1936-10-06 - Adolf Hitler - The opening of the Winter Relief (1m 50s). Mp3
-041 1936-10-30 - Adolf Hitler - Thanks to Dr. Joseph Goebbels (34s). Mp3
-042 1937-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - The economic situation of Germany (19m 33s). Mp3
-043 1937-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag speech - Fourth anniversary of Regierungsuebernahme (5m 03s). Mp3
-044 1937-05-01 - Adolf Hitler - The Hitler Youth in Berlin's Olympic Stadium (4m 57s). Mp3
-045 1937-05-20 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the construction workers in Berchtesgarden about the Nazi Wirtschaftspolit. Mp3
-046 1937-09-11 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the German Youth (4m 15s). Mp3
-047 1937-09-12 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the Wehrmacht on the Zeppelin Field in Nuremberg (5m 02s). Mp3
-048 1937-09-28 - Adolf Hitler - Speech on the Maifeld in Berlin (7m 44s). Mp3
-049 1937-09-xx - Adolf Hitler - at the Nuremberg Nazi Party (1m 06s). Mp3
-050 1938-02-20 - Adolf Hitler - Prospects (8m 11s). Mp3
-051 1938-02-24 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (65m 09s). Mp3
-052 1938-03-12 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in Linz (7m 51s). Mp3
-053 1938-03-15 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the Vienna Heldenplatz (8m 39s). Mp3
-054 1938-03-19 - Adolf Hitler - On the secret ballot for Congress reconnection Oesterreichs (67m 05s). Mp3
-055 1938-05-02 - Hermann Goering - Adolf Hitler's adoption journey to Italy (1m 08s). Mp3
-056 1938-09-10 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the youth in the Nazi Party in Nuremberg (14m 36s). Mp3
-057 1938-09-12 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the Nazi Party over the Sudetenland (34m 30s). Mp3
-058 1939-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - First meeting Reichstag Gross of Germany (13m 07s). Mp3
-059 1939-02-14 - Adolf Hitler - Baptism of the battle ship Bismarck (5m 12s). Mp3
-060 1939-04-19 - German Radio - Adolf Hitler's 50th Birthday in Munich (8m 25s). Mp3
-061 1939-04-28 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - Response to U.S. President Roosevelt (97m 49s). Mp3
-062 1939-09-01 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - declaration of war on Poland (35m 03s). Mp3
-063 1939-09-19 - Adolf Hitler - welcome in Arthushof in Gdansk (54s). Mp3
-064 1939-09-19 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Artus Court in Gdansk (Translated 252C 19m 04s). Mp3
-065 1939-09-19 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in Gdansk (10m 54s). Mp3
-066 1939-10-06 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag speech after the end of the campaign in Poland (Part 1) (25m). Mp3
-067 1939-10-06 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag speech after the end of the campaign in Poland (Part 2) (29m 34s). Mp3
-068 1939-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (excerpt 1) (1m 37s). Mp3
-069 1939-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (excerpt 2) (1m 56s). Mp3
-070 1939-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (excerpt 3) (2m 07s). Mp3
-071 1939-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (section 4) (1m 56s). Mp3
-072 1939-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (section 5) (1m 27s). Mp3
-073 1939-11-08 - Christian Wagner - welcome Adolf Hitler in Muenchner Buergerbraeukeller (2m 19s). Mp3
-074 1939-11-09 - German Radio - Adolf Hitler returns to Berlin (25s). Mp3
-075 1939-11-09 - German radio - thanks to the Providence 252C that Hitler survived the attack (42s). Mp3
-076 1940-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at Berlin Sports Palace on 7 Anniversary of the Machtuebernahme (69m 18s). Mp3
-077 1940-07-06 - German Radio - Hitler's return from France (3m 09s). Mp3
-078 1940-07-19 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - After completion of the West campaign (95m 22s). Mp3
-079 1940-09-02 - Adolf Hitler - Speech before 1 Winter War Relief - preface by Joseph Goebbels (24m 46s). Mp3
-080 1940-10-03 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the 2nd Winter Relief war in the Berlin Sports Palace (24m 45s). Mp3
-081 1940-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Commentary on the U-boat war against England (1m 11s). Mp3
-082 1940-12-10 - Adolf Hitler - Before the workers of the Borsig works (95m 12s). Mp3
-083 1940-12-24 - Adolf Hitler - The Leibstandarte (12m 55s). Mp3
-084 1941-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at Berlin Sports Palace on 8 Anniversary of the Machtuebernahme (7m 38s). Mp3
-085 1941-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Sports Palace on 8 Anniversary of the seizure of power (7m 39s). Mp3
-086 1941-05-04 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag speech after the Balkan campaign (70m). Mp3
-087 1941-10-03 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Sport Palace to the Winter War Relief (56m 04s). Mp3
-088 1941-12-11 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - Kriegserkaerung to the U.S. (20m 51s). Mp3
-089 1941-xx-xx - Adolf Hitler - Alliance against the Bolshevik enemy world (5m 20s). Mp3
-090 1942-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at Berlin Sports Palace on 9 Anniversary of the Machtuebernahme (2m 37s). Mp3
-091 1942-04-26 - Adolf Hitler - Reichstag Speech - Annual Report (5m 21s). Mp3
-092 1942-06-04 - Adolf Hitler - In an interview with the Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim in a cafe part 1. Mp3
-093 1942-06-04 - Adolf Hitler - In an interview with the Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim in a cafe part 2. Mp3
-094 1942-09-30 - Adolf Hitler - Speech at the opening of the Winter War Relief (17m 17s). Mp3
-095 1942-11-08 - Adolf Hitler - Speech in the Muenchner Loewenbraeukeller (55m 48s). Mp3
-096 1943-03-21 - Adolf Hitler - heroes memorial ceremony in the atrium of the Berlin witnesses House (6m 39s). Mp3
-097 1943-09-10 - Adolf Hitler - The capitulation of Italy (57s). Mp3
-098 1944-07-20 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the German people after the assassination attempt (2m 24s). Mp3
-099 1944-07-20 - German radio - radio report after the failed assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler (1m 2. Mp3
-100 1944-07-21 - Adolf Hitler - Speech to the German people after the assassination (1m 02s). Mp3
-101 -07-21 - Adolf Hitler - After the assassination attempt (47s). Mp3
-102 1944-07-21 - German broadcasting - after the bombing attempt on Adolf Hitler (1m 03s). Mp3
-103 1944-07-26 - Joseph Goebbels - Speaking about the attack on Adolf Hitler (50m 55s). Mp3
-104 1944-08-08 - Roland Freisler - Urteilsverkuendung about Hitler's bombers of the 20th July 1944 (1m 28s). Mp3
-105 1945-01-01 - Adolf Hitler - New Year's address (2m 24s). Mp3
-106 1945-01-30 - Adolf Hitler - Last Speech on 12 Anniversary of the Machtuebernahme (16m 58s). Mp3
-107 1945-04-19 - Joseph Goebbels - radio speech on the eve of the 56th Adolf Hitler's birthday (29m 18s). Mp3

German speeches and radio broadcasts
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English Titles. Audio is mostly German.

-108 1900-xx-xx - The absorption of the Castle Guard in Berlin (2m 18s). Mp3
-109 1901-02-25 - Unknown - formal speech on the German Reich (3m 07s). Mp3
-110 1904-01-24 - Kaiser Wilhelm II. Mp3
-111 1905-xx-xx - Graf von Posadowsky-Wehner (Vice Chancellor) - Reichstag speech. Mp3
-112 1908-08-17 - Wilhelm Voigt (Captain of Köpenick) - Erklaerung after his release. Mp3
-113 1908-08-24 - Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin - Thank you speech to the German people for donations. Mp3
-114 1910-11-10 - Paul von Breitenbach (Reich Railway Administration) - Speaking at an inauguration. Mp3
-115 1914-08-05 - Heinrich Schnee (Governor of German East Africa) - call to the Germans in Eastern Africa. Mp3
-116 1914-08-xx - Kaiser Wilhelm II - calling on the occasion of the German People's war broke out (2m 33s). Mp3
-117 1914-09-xx - Paul von Hindenburg - Thanks to speech to the soldiers. Mp3
-118 1914-10-02 - Paul von Hindenburg - On the occasion of his 70 birthday. Mp3
-119 1914-12-14 - Emperor Franz Josef I. Mp3
-120 1915-12-16 - Kaiser Karl I. Mp3
-121 1915-xx-xx - Alfred von Tirpitz - The Kriegsgruende England (2m 13s). Mp3
-122 1915-xx-xx - Alfred von Tirpitz - The Kriegsgruende England (3m 54s). Mp3
-123 1915-xx-xx - Alfred von Tirpitz - the need of full U-Boat War (3m 54s). Mp3
-124 1915-xx-xx - acoustic on the storming of Liege in August 1914 (3m 30s). Mp3
-125 1915-xx-xx - acoustic image of the mobilization in August 1914 (5m 19s). Mp3
-126 1916-01-01 - Eduard von Boehm-Ermolli (General). Mp3
-127 1916-02-16 - Emperor Karl I of Austria-Hungary - Speech on the widows. Mp3
-128 1916-08-xx - Lujo Brentano - call for unity of the German people (2m 20s). Mp3
-129 1916-xx-xx - Emperor Charles I. Mp3
-130 1917-02-17 - Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg - Reichstag speech - about the strength of Germany (2m 03s). Mp3
-131 1917-06-xx - Rudolf Haven Stein (president of the Reichsbank) - Invitation to the Drawing. Mp3
-132 1917-10-17 - Paul von Hindenburg - The military situation. Mp3
-133 1917-10-22 - Emil Fischer (German chemist) - About Scientific Research in Time of War (59s). Mp3
-134 1918-01-24 - Alfred von Tirpitz - About the preventive Durchmarsch by Belgium to the beginning of the war (2m 20s). Mp3
-135 1918-03-05 - Hans von Schwerin-Loewitz - The peace treaty with Russia in the Brest-Likowsk (2m 48s). Mp3
-136 1918-08-03 - Hans von Schwerin-Loewitz - The Prussian ideals lead to victory (1m 02s). Mp3
-137 1918-11-09 - Philipp Scheidemann - Proclamation of the Republic (4m 02s). Mp3
-138 1918-11-09 - Philipp Scheidemann - Proclamation of the Weimar Republic (1m 40s). Mp3
-139 1918-11-xx - Philipp Scheidemann - Review of the outcome of the war (3m 59s). Mp3
-140 1919-01-xx - Gustav Noske - accountability report on the suppression of the uprising Spartakus (3m). Mp3
-141 1919-02-07 - Eduard David (SPD) - After his election as president of the National Assembly (3m 21s). Mp3
-142 1919-06-23 - Gustav Bauer - Declaration in the National Assembly about the forced signing of Versailles. Mp3
-143 1919-08-21 - Friedrich Ebert - After his swearing in on the Weimar Constitution (1m 56s). Mp3
-144 1922-05-26 - Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck (Commander of German East Africa) - On the East battle. Mp3
-145 1922-xx-xx - Carl Severing - Radio Address. Mp3
-146 1922-xx-xx - Gerhard Hauptmann (writer) - The future of German literature (4m 15s). Mp3
-147 1922-xx-xx - Colonel Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck - to what we in East Africa struggle (2m 27s). Mp3
-148 1922-xx-xx - Wilhelm Groener (Ruestungsminister) - The military situation of the Weimar Republic. Mp3
-149 1923-10-29 - German Radio - First German radio broadcast from the Vox-Haus in Berlin (50s). Mp3
-150 1924-08-23 - Wilhelm Marx - Government German Reichstag in the Declaration on the London Reparations. Mp3
-151 1924-xx-xx - German Radio - Hoerbericht - A German airship crosses the Atlantic (3m 10s.mp3
-152 1925-08-xx - Hans Luther - Embassy of the Stockholm Conference for practical Christianity (2m 39s). Mp3
-153 1925-09-25 - Gustav Stresemann - the opening cinema Photographic Exhibition (1m 43s). Mp3
-154 1925-xx-xx - Report of a German Luftschiffkapitaens - crossing the Atlantic (3m 10s). Mp3
-155 1928-02-15 - Ernst Thälmann (KPD) - Speech in Moscow (2m 06s). Mp3
-156 1928-05-xx - Gustav Stresemann - Speech for the German People's Party, the occasion of the Reichstag elections on 28. Mp3
-157 1928-05-xx - Hermann Mueller - speech for the occasion of the SPD Reichstag election on 28. Mp3
-158 1928-05-xx - Philipp Scheidemann - speech for the occasion of the SPD Reichstag election on 28. Mp3
-159 1928-05-xx - Toni Channel (SPD) - speech at the Reichstag election (3m 19s). Mp3
-160 1928-xx-xx - Ernst Oberfohren (DNVP) - Speech to the Reichstag (2m 33s). Mp3
-161 1929-10-06 - German radio - reportage from the memorial ceremony in Berlin of the late Gustav. Mp3
-162 1929-10-06 - Hermann Mueller - Grief speech in the Reichstag for the late Minister Gustav Stresemann. Mp3
-163 1930-03-25 - German Radio - Paul Loebe discussed with Freiherr von Loringhoven about the problems. Mp3
-164 1930-06-30 - German radio - reportage of the celebration in Trier for the Liberation of the Rhineland (3m 55s9. Mp3
-165 1930-07-30 - Paul von Hindenburg - speech in Mainz, the occasion of the neighborhood of the occupied Rheinland. Mp3
-166 1930-08-11 - German Radio - From the Constitution Party in the Reichstag - Speech of Henry Bruenin. Mp3
-167 1930-12-17 - Otto Braun (SPD) - The crisis in Germany and their possible solutions (2m 38s). Mp3
-168 1930-xx-xx - Carl de Voigt - Thirty parties 252C was more willste (1m 12s). Mp3
-169 1931-02-05 - Joseph Goebbels - Reichstag speech (3m 21s). Mp3
-170 1931-03-01 - Paul von Hindenburg - Erklaerung again presidential candidacy (2m 14s). Mp3
-171 1931-04-23 - Albert Grzesinski (police-President) - The Underworld in Berlin (5m 39s). Mp3
-172 1931-05-19 - German Radio - launching of the armored cruiser Deutschland. Mp3
-173 1931-08-09 - Franz Seldte (steel helmet Bundesfuehrer) - On occasion of Landtagsaufloesung in Prussia (2m). Mp3
-174 1931-10-04 - Wilhelm Frick (NSDAP) - Speech in the German Reichstag (4m 01s). Mp3
-175 1931-10-13 - Heinrich Brüning - Regierungserkaerung (5m 22s). Mp3
-176 1931-10-16 - Heinrich Brüning - Declaration in the German Reichstag on possible change of government (2m). Mp3
-177 1931-12-09 - Hermann Dietrich (Reich Minister of Finance) - Declaration on the radio. Mp3
-178 1931-12-23 - Otto Klepper - Radio Address. Mp3
-179 1931-12-23 - Wilhelm Cuno (Chairman d. Hamburg-America Line) Radio Address. Mp3
-180 1931-12-30 - Alexander Zinn (SPD) - New Year's call and appeal to self-determination (4m 40s). Mp3
-181 1931-12-31 - Paul von Hindenburg - New Year's Eve speech (1m 37s). Mp3
-182 1931-xx-xx - Gustaf Gründgens - Chanson Wo is the money. Mp3
-183 1932-02-23 - Joseph Goebbels - Reichstag speech - Criticism of the government Brünings (8m 42s). Mp3
-184 1932-02-23 - Walter Ulbricht (KPD) - Reichstag speech (4m 06s). Mp3
-185 1932-02-26 - Wilhelm Marx - speaking as a Member for the Center Party in the German Reichstag (2m 56s). Mp3
-186 1932-03-11 - Heinrich Brüning - Speech at Berlin Sports Palace occasion of Reichspraesidentenwah. Mp3
-187 1932-04-24 - Ernst Heilmann (SPD) - speech for the occasion of the Prussian SPD Landtagswahl. Mp3
-188 1932-04-24 - John Engel (NSDAP) - campaign speech to the Prussian state (2m 43s). Mp3
-189 1932-05-08 - Heinrich Brüning - speech to the Foreign Press (6m 43s). Mp3
-190 1932-05-09 - Ernst Schneller (KPD) - The threat of the working class by the government (1m 42s). Mp3
-191 1932-05-09 - Wilhelm Pieck (KPD) - Reichstag speech - This state must be smashed (5m). Mp3
-192 1932-06-10 - Otto Klepper- Radio Address. Mp3
-193 1932-06-14 - Gregor Strasser (NSDAP) - Radio Address on the State idea of National Socialism (8m). Mp3
-194 1932-06-15 - Wilhelm Freiherr von Gayle - Radio Address by the Reich Minister of the Interior (51s). Mp3
-195 1932-07-07 - Joseph Goebbels - At an election rally of the NSDAP (4m 16s). Mp3
-196 1932-07-20 - Franz von Papen - radio speech after the dispossession of the Braun-Severing government (3m 40s). Mp3
-197 1932-07-26 - Joseph Goebbels - election speech in Berlin (5m 21s). Mp3
-198 1932-07-26 - Kurt von Schleicher (Reichswehr Minister) - Radio Address on the Wehrmacht and Reichspolizei. Mp3
-199 1932-07-28 - Alfred Hugenberg (DNVP) - Radio address to the Reichstag election (4m 21s). Mp3
-200 1932-07-xx - Wilhelm Pieck (KPD) - On occasion of the forthcoming Reichstag election (2m 42s). Mp3
-201 1932-08-30 - Clara Zetkin (KPD) - Reichstagseroeffnungsrede as Alterspraesidentin (3m 12s). Mp3
-202 1932-08-30 - Hermann Goering - Speech in the Reichstag after the elections to the Reichstag president (3m 17s). Mp3
-203 1932-08-30 - Hermann Goering, and Clara Zetkin - Speeches in the German Reichstag (6m 21s). Mp3
-204 1932-08-30 - Hoerbericht from the German Reichstag - Hermann Goering calls. Mp3
-205 1932-09-09 - Theodor Leipart (Union Board) - At a union meeting in Berlin. Mp3
-206 1932-11-xx - Franz von Papen - The situation before the Reichstag election (4m 27s). Mp3
-207 1932-12-15 - Kurt von Schleicher - Declaration on the radio program of the government (2m 54s). Mp3
-208 1932-xx-xx - Heinrich Himmler - Speech to the SS (3m 54s). Mp3
-209 1932-xx-xx - Joseph Goebbels - Opinion opposition to government policy Brünings (2m 22s). Mp3
-210 1932-xx-xx - Joseph Goebbels - campaign speech in the German Broadcasting (3m 34s). Mp3
-211 1932-xx-xx - Paul von Hindenburg - Speech on the second Kanditatur as Reich president (4m 10s). Mp3
-212 1933-01-01 - Paul von Hindenburg - Address to the Diplomatic Corps (3m 20s). Mp3
-213 1933-01-15 - Kurt von Schleicher (Reichskanzler) - Discourse on the German army (3m 20s). Mp3
-214 1933-02-05 - Joseph Goebbels - The Staatsbegraebnis shot of the SA-Mann, Hans-Eberhard Maikowsk. Mp3
-215 1933-02-10 - Joseph Goebbels - response to the attacks by the press in Berlin Sports Palace in Berlin (8m). Mp3
-216 1933-02-16 - Hans Bredow - Farewell, Reich Commissioner of the Broadcasting House of Radio (52s). Mp3
-217 1933-03-10 - German Radio - Interview with actor Otto charge on the film Der Choral. Mp3
-218 1933-03-21 - German radio - reportage from the date of Potsdam in Potsdam's Garrison Church (13m 39s). Mp3
-219 1933-03-21 - German radio - reportage 2527Unter triumph of the 2527 Linden on the day of the nation. Mp3
-220 1933-03-25 - Joseph Goebbels - The manager on the future work of the German Radio. Mp3
-221 1933-03-25 - Joseph Goebbels - The power of radio (2m 08s). Mp3
-222 1933-03-xx - German Radio - Hissung the swastika flag on the Stuttgart radio 2527M. Mp3
-223 1933-04-30 - Baldur Von Schirach - Speech to HJ and BDM. Mp3
-224 1933-04-30 - German Broadcasting - Report by the German Main Eight of the HJ and the BDM of Hexentanzplatz. Mp3
-225 1933-05-01 - German Radio - Home of the Workers' delegations at the Tempelhof airport for Maifeier. Mp3
-226 1933-05-01 - German Radio - Hoerbericht from the arrival of the workers' delegations to the Tempelhofer. Mp3
-227 1933-05-01 - Paul von Hindenburg - Address to the Youth in Berlin (1m 59s). Mp3
-228 1933-05-08 - Hanns Kerrl and Hermann Goering - Speech in the Prussian Landtag (3m 26s). Mp3
-229 1933-05-28 - Joseph Goebbels - At the rally Wider the 25-27 Spirit undeutschen on the Berliners. Mp3
-230 1933-08-06 - Ernst Roehm - On occasion of the SA-deployment in the field Tempelhofer (7m 53s). Mp3
-231 1933-08-12 - Eugene Hadamovsky (Rich Head End) - The rearrangement of the German Radio (14m 43s). Mp3
-232 1933-09-01 - Rudolf Hess - Eroeffnungsrede. Mp3
-233 1933-09-11 - Engelbert Dollmann foot - manifestation of the Patriotic Front (3m 25s). Mp3
-234 1933-09-15 - Konstantin Freiherr von Neurath - Before the foreign press in Berlin (13m13s). Mp3
-235 1933-09-20 - Ernst Roehm - The nature and functions of the SA (10m 13s). Mp3
-236 1933-09-30 - German Radio - Report from the concentration camp Oranienburg (4m 12s). Mp3
-237 1933-09-xx - German Radio - Advertising for Kienzle clocks - the clock 252C German German of Klang. Mp3
-238 1933-09-xx - Fritz Todt - to build the kingdom of Highways (1m 36s). Mp3
-239 1933-09-xx - Advertising for Kienzle clocks - the clock German 252C of the German Klang (3m 52s). Mp3
-240 1933-10-01 - German Radio - Live report from the Thanksgiving feast (53m 48s). Mp3
-241 1933-10-01 - Joseph Goebbels - The launch of the German Thanksgiving Day (17m 16s). Mp3
-242 1933-10-01 - Walter Darre - Begruessungsansprache on Erntedanktag (3m 55s). Mp3
-243 1933-10-01 - Walter Darre - Speech at the Thanksgiving feast (10m 41s). Mp3
-244 1933-10-09 - Joseph Goebbels - Inauguration of the death room in the Horst Wessel Hospital (9m 17s). Mp3
-245 1933-10-25 - Franz von Papen - radio speech the Vice-Chancellor for a referendum. Mp3
-246 1933-11-11 - Paul von Hindenburg - appeal to the German people to re-election (5m 40s). Mp3
-247 1933-11-12 - Austrian Broadcasting (Radio Wien) - Comment on plebiscite in Germany (1m 40s). Mp3
-248 1933-11-15 - Joseph Goebbels - The foundation of the Reich Chamber of Culture in Berlin (1m 26s). Mp3
-249 1933-11-19 - Theodor Adrian von Renteln (president of the DIHT) - speaking against the Jewish influence. Mp3
-250 1933-12-12 - German radio - reportage for opening of the Reichstag in the Kroll Opera (2m). Mp3
-251 1933-12-20 - German Radio (Kurt Klar Witter) - An empire is created (3m 27s). Mp3
-252 1933-12-20 - Eugene Hadamowski (Rich Head End) - the opening of the big final 252C Berlin and Munich. Mp3
-253 1933-12-31 - Joseph Goebbels - New Year's Eve speech (2m 02s). Mp3
-254 1933-xx-xx - BDM member (Unknown) - Talk about the essence of the BDM (6m 27s). Mp3
-255 1933-xx-xx - German Radio - Commentary on the Reichstag fire (54s). Mp3
-256 1933-xx-xx - Julius Streicher - radio speech about the Jews (1m 06s). Mp3
-257 1933-xx-xx - SA-Mann (Unknown) - SA-recitation of a poem (3m 05). Mp3
-258 1933-xx-xx - loyalty oath of SA (1m 58s). Mp3
-259 1933-xx-xx - Unknown SA-Man - Horst Wessel Memorial Speech (2m 26s). Mp3
-260 1934-03-21 - Joseph Goebbels - the opening of Fruehjahrsarbeitsschlacht (11m 47s). Mp3
-261 1934-04-26 - Hjalmar Schacht - The International Transfer Conference (11m 39s). Mp3
-262 1934-05-27 - German Radio - Hoerbericht from the car race at the Avus (3m 12s). Mp3
-263 1934-06-03 - German Radio - Interview with the winner of the Nürburgring race Manfred von Brauchit. Mp3
-264 1934-06-25 - Rudolf Hess - warning to the supporters. Mp3
-265 1934-07-10 - Joseph Goebbels - The 30. Mp3
-266 1934-07-xx - German Radio - Comment on the suppression of the Roehm-Putsch (43s). Mp3
-267 1934-08-02 - Erich von Witzleben - Discourse on 20-7. Mp3
-268 1934-08-02 - Rudolf Hess - Tribute to Paul von Hindenburg (1m 29s). Mp3
-269 1934-08-06 - German Radio - Paul von Hindenburg transfer to the Tannenberg Memorial (7m 41s). Mp3
-270 1934-08-11 - Werner Beumelburg (writer) - Radio Address to the referendum. Mp3
-271 1934-09-05 - Rudolf Hess - Eroeffnungsrede on 6.mp3
-272 1934-09-07 - Fritz Todt - Reichsautobahn (52s). Mp3
-273 1935-01-06 - Josef Buerckel (Gauleiter Rhein-Pfalz) - Criticism 2527Strassburger transmitter on 2527 before the Sa.mp3
-274 1935-01-13 - Peter Kiefer (Christl.mp3
-275 1935-01-15 - Joseph Goebbels - radio speech after the exit of the Saar vote (4m 54s). Mp3
-276 1935-01-24 - Hermann Lauterbacher (stellv.mp3
-277 1935-03-01 - Joseph Goebbels - The outcome of elections in Saarland (1m 37s). Mp3
-278 1935-03-13 - Hertha Reinking (Reichsjugendfuehrung) - Talk about the essence of the BDM (6m 27s). Mp3
-279 1935-03-17 - German Radio - heroes memorial ceremony on Memorial Day of the Wehrmacht (3m 26s). Mp3
-280 1935-03-17 - Colonel-General Werner von Blomberg - heroes memorial ceremony at the Berlin Staatsoper (16m 16s). Mp3
-281 1935-05-12 - Gertrud Scholtz-Klink - Reich woman at the shank and the BDM (57s). Mp3
-282 1935-08-xx - Joseph Goebbels - The success of the Volksempfaengers (41s). Mp3
-283 1935-09-06 - The Reich Labor Service in the Nazi Party in Nuremberg (31m 52s). Mp3
-284 1935-09-06 - German Radio - Hoerbericht honor of the Reich Labor Service 1.mp3
-285 1935-09-06 - German Radio - Hoerbericht honor of the Reich Labor Service 2.mp3
-286 1935-09-06 - Constantine Hierl - Speech at the honor of the Reich Labor Service (5m 27s). Mp3
-287 1935-09-15 - Hermann Goering - Promulgation of the Nuremberg Laws (1m 25s). Mp3
-288 1935-09-16 - Joseph Goebbels - excerpt from the speech to the Nuremberg Laws (4m 04s). Mp3
-289 1935-11-09 - Baldur Schirach 2526 of Rudolf Hess - recording ritual in the Nazi Party in the Feldherrnhalle. Mp3
-290 1935-12-04 - Joseph Goebbels - About obstinate government critic (53s). Mp3
-291 1936-03-27 - Funkgespraech between the empire and the Sender Hamburg airship LZ 129 (7m 11s). Mp3
-292 1936-07-31 - German Radio - Olympic Fire on the way to Berlin (2m 36s). Mp3
-293 1936-07-31 - Joseph Goebbels - and sporting art in Nazi Germany (1m 35s). Mp3
-294 1936-07-xx - German radio - broadcast information about the Olympics (7m 23s). Mp3
-295 1936-08-01 - German Radio - the opening of the Olympic Games in Berlin (3m 11s). Mp3
-296 1936-08-09 - German Radio - Berlin Olympics - Finale 4x100m relay for women (1m 13s). Mp3
-297 1936-08-xx - German Radio - Interview with Olympic champion Jesse Owens (2m 48s). Mp3
-298 1936-08-xx - German Radio - Interview with the Olympic champion in Turmspringen Marjorie Gestring (2.mp3
-299 1936-08-xx - German Radio - Live report from the Olympics, Part 1 (22m 50s). Mp3
-300 1936-08-xx - German Radio - Live report from the Olympics, Part 2 (28m 09s). Mp3
-301 1936-08-xx - German Radio - Berlin Olympics - The Olympics and the Germans abroad (2m 07s). Mp3
-302 1936-09-10 - Joseph Goebbels - Speech against Bolshevism on the Nuernberger Party (1m 55s). Mp3
-303 1936-12-24 - Rudolf Hess - Christmas speech to the NSDAP (21m 11s). Mp3
-304 1937-01-30 - Hermann Goering - Reichstag speech - back at 4 years Nazi government (4m 20s). Mp3
-305 1937-05-05 - German Radio - Launch of the KdF ship Wilhelm Gustloff (13m 03s). Mp3
-306 1937-05-xx - Captain Hans von Schiller - memorial speech in honor of the dead, the airship 2527Hindenburg. Mp3
-307 1937-08-14 - Joseph Goebbels - To celebrate 700 years of existence of Berlin (3m 45s). Mp3
-308 1937-08-28 - German radio - reportage about 5.mp3
-309 1937-09-28 - Benito Mussolini - Speech at the Maifeld in Berlin about the German-Italian Verhaeltni.mp3
-310 1937-11-26 - Joseph Goebbels - Annual Meeting of the Reich Culture Chamber (3m 08s). Mp3
-311 1937-xx-xx - German Radio - Buecherstunde broadcasting (1m 12s). Mp3
-312 1937-xx-xx - Dr.mp3
-313 1938-03-11 - Kurt Schuschnigg - Declaration on the imminent invasion by German troops (2m 48s). Mp3
-314 1938-03-12 - Joseph Goebbels - Proclamation of the guide to the invasion of German troops into Austria. Mp3
-315 1938-03-13 - German Radio - Hoerbericht by the homecoming of Austria into the Reich (5m 40s). Mp3
-316 1938-03-19 - Joseph Goebbels - On the secret ballot for Congress reconnection Oesterreichs (25m 27s). Mp3
-317 1938-03-xx - German Radio - Hoerbericht about the invasion of German troops (1m 08s). Mp3
-318 1938-03-xx - Hans Frank - When Gauleiter Alfred Frauenfeld in Vienna (52s). Mp3
-319 1938-04-09 - Joseph Goebbels - Last radio address before the election in Austria (12m 14s). Mp3
-320 1938-04-10 - German Reichstag - vote on the Austrian reconnection (39s). Mp3
-321 1938-04-xx - Joseph Goebbels - 2527Ein Public Realm 252C A 252C A Guide 2527 is now a reality g.mp3
-322 1938-05-29 - Joseph Goebbels - speech at the Düsseldorf Reich Music Days (3m 13s). Mp3
-323 1938-09-10 - Joseph Goebbels - Democracy and Bolshevism (9m 43s). Mp3
-324 1938-09-30 - German Radio - The wireless service, announces the signing of the Muenchner Abkommens.mp3
-325 1938-09-30 - Jan Syrovy - radio speech to the Munich Agreement (8m 56s). Mp3
-326 1938-10-01 - German Broadcasting - invasion of German troops into the Sudetenland (2m 25s). Mp3
-327 1938-12-31 - Joseph Goebbels - Sylvester speech (2m 40s). Mp3
-328 1938-12-xx - German radio - the KDF-ship 2527Wilhelm Gustloff 2527 at the entrance to Venice. Mp3
-329 1938-xx-xx - Interview with the actor Heinrich George (1m 17s). Mp3
-330 1938-xx-xx - reportage - part of the HJ-movie guide to 2527Der March 2527 (11m 21s). Mp3
-331 1939-01-xx - German Radio - About political successes in the year 1938 (2m 55s). Mp3
-332 1939-02-12 - Rudolf Hess - Memorial Address to the Gauleiter Klausner (9m 29s). Mp3
-333 1939-03-14 - German Broadcasting - Report of the occupation of Bohemia and Moravia by German Troops. Mp3
-334 1939-03-15 - Joseph Goebbels - radio speech after the invasion by German troops in the Resttschech. Mp3
-335 1939-05-22 - German Radio - Live reportage after the signing of the Buendnispakts with Italy (2.mp3
-336 1939-05-31 - German Radio - Home of the Legion Condor (58s). Mp3
-337 1939-05-xx - Joseph Goebbels - Reich Music Days (2m). Mp3
-338 1939-07-xx - Joseph Goebbels - On the radio exhibition in Berlin (1m 17s). Mp3
-339 1939-08-27 - Joachim von Ribbentrop - sharp warning to Poland (25s). Mp3
-340 1939-08-29 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - The foreign policy situation (7m 20s). Mp3
-341 1939-09-01 - Anmoderation meeting of the Reichstag in the German Broadcasting (1m 43s). Mp3
-342 1939-09-01 - German broadcasting - report about the attack on the Danziger Westerplatte (1m 35s). Mp3
-343 1939-09-08 - German Radio (OKW) - Resistance to the Westerplatte broken (24s). Mp3
-344 1939-09-23 - German Radio (OKW) - victory over Poland (50s). Mp3
-345 1939-09-xx - German Radio - Front campaign report of Poland (1m 35s). Mp3
-346 1939-09-xx - German Radio - Front campaign report of Poland (3m 07s). Mp3
-347 1939-09-xx - German radio - reportage from Militaerparade after the victory over Poland (1m 33s). Mp3
-348 1939-09-xx - Hermann Goering - Findings of the Air Force after the Poland campaign (1m 15s). Mp3
-349 1939-10-01 - German radio - music and slapstick on the desire Concert for the Wehrmacht (1m 11s). Mp3
-350 1939-10-xx - Film Ausschnitt 2527Der campaign in Poland 2527 - Poland's attitude towards Germany (4m 30s). Mp3
-351 1939-11-09 - German broadcasting - report about the destroyed Buergerbraeukeller (1m 07s). Mp3
-352 1939-11-09 - German Radio - Interview with an eyewitness to the assassination (2m 35s). Mp3
-353 1939-11-09 - German Radio - The involvement of British intelligence services in the assassination (1m 05s). Mp3
-354 1939-11-14 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - Comment on the attack on the Shetland Islands (2m 57s). Mp3
-355 1939-12-24 - Joseph Goebbels - Christmas Speaking on German radio (1m 34s). Mp3
-356 1939-xx-xx - German Radio (Heinz Goedecke) - Anmoderation concert of the desire for the Wehrmacht. Mp3
-357 1939-xx-xx - German Radio - The young lieutenant (4m 23s). Mp3
-358 1939-xx-xx - German Radio - Return of the Condor Legion (59s). Mp3
-359 1939-xx-xx - Gertrud Scholtz-Klink (Reich leader of the Nazi woman shank) - The Knight and the mother (2m). Mp3
-360 1940-03-13 - Alfred Rosenberg - Speech at the Wiener Konzerthaus occasion. Mp3
-361 1940-03-13 - Standartenfuehrer Plaschke - Speech at the Wiener Konzerthaus occasion. Mp3
-362 1940-04-07 - British Broadcasting - propaganda for the interception of enemy channels (57s). Mp3
-363 1940-04-18 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - Commentary on the campaign in Norway (8m 56s). Mp3
-364 1940-04-27 - Joachim von Ribbentrop - Appeal of England and France (3m 07s). Mp3
-365 1940-05-10 - German Radio (OKW) - Call of the leader of the soldiers of the Western Front (3m 04s). Mp3
-366 1940-05-11 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - About the beginning of the western campaign (8m 55s). Mp3
-367 1940-05-14 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - The British warmonger (9m 59s). Mp3
-368 1940-05-19 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - The truth about the Dutch Resistance (4m). Mp3
-369 1940-05-28 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - Comment on the British reaction to the Kapitulatio.mp3
-370 1940-05-28 - German Radio (OKW Special Message) - Belgium's capitulation (2m). Mp3
-371 1940-05-29 - German Radio (OKW) - Belgium's capitulation and withdrawal of English troops (58s). Mp3
-372 1940-05-29 - German Radio - State of Kaempfe in Dunkirk (56s). Mp3
-373 1940-05-30 - German Radio (OKW) - victory in Dunkirk (2m 19s). Mp3
-374 1940-05-xx - German Radio (OKW) - success in Belgium (1m 10s). Mp3
-375 1940-05-xx - German Radio (OKW) - success in France (3m 06s). Mp3
-376 1940-05-xx - German Radio (OKW) - Initial successes in the western campaign (3m 09s). Mp3
-377 1940-05-xx - German Radio (OKW) - Empire Navy on the way to Narvik (2m 40s). Mp3
-378 1940-06-04 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - Comment on the British defeat at Dunkirk (9m). Mp3
-379 1940-06-08 - German Radio - sinking a troop transporter and an aircraft carrier (2m 01s). Mp3
-380 1940-06-10 - German Radio (OKW) - About Narvik blows the German flag (1m 02s). Mp3
-381 1940-06-14 - German Radio (OKW) - withdrawal of German troops in Paris (2m 06s). Mp3
-382 1940-06-20 - German Radio (OKW) - Liege fallen withdrawal of British troops (1m 13s). Mp3
-383 1940-06-20 - German Radio - Brest made 252C air raids on England (1m 23s). Mp3
-384 1940-06-22 - German Radio - Peace treaty with France (4m 11s). Mp3
-385 1940-06-24 - German Radio - The West campaign has ended (1m 52s). Mp3
-386 1940-06-24 - Wilhelm Keitel - on the peace treaty with France (2m 16s). Mp3
-387 1940-06-30 - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - The emigrant is wrong (6m 13s). Mp3
-388 1940-06-xx - German Radio (OKW) - Kaempfe in Narvik (2m 47s). Mp3
-389 1940-06-xx - German Radio - report of a soldier from the West campaign (3m 56s). Mp3
-390 1940-07-06 - German Radio - The leader returns from France to Berlin zurueck (1m 02s). Mp3
-391 1940-07-06 - German Radio - The leader returns back from France (1m 59s). Mp3
-392 1940-07-xx - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - For the UK overnight on the French case Flotte.mp3
-393 1940-07-xx - German Radio - British war crimes - scuttling of the French fleet. Mp3
-394 1940-09-04 - Joseph Goebbels - accountability report 2. Mp3
-395 1940-09-04 - Joseph Goebbels - accountability report 1. Mp3
-396 1940-09-07 - German Radio - Hermann Goering on the reply of the British air attacks (2m 12s). Mp3
-397 1940-09-17 - Joachim von Ribbentrop - Signature of the Dreimaechtepaktes (3m 01s). Mp3
-398 1940-10-06 - Joachim von Ribbentropp - The formation of the Dreimaechtepaktes (1m 01s). Mp3
-399 1940-xx-xx - German Radio - Front of the reports propaganda Company (2m 40s). Mp3
-400 1940-xx-xx - German Radio - Reaction of England after a German air raid on Flugstuetzpunkte in F.mp3
-401 1940-xx-xx - Hanns Albin Rauter - Before the Netherlands about the SS Frontkaempfertum (30s). Mp3
-402 1941-04-24 - German Radio (OKW) - battleship Bismarck sank the British flagship. Mp3
-403 1941-05-01 - Rudolf Hess - Speech to the workers of the Messerschmitt plant at Augsburg (15m 52s). Mp3
-404 1941-05-24 - German radio - reportage about German paratroopers landing on Crete Jaeger part 2. Mp3
-405 1941-05-24 - German radio - reportage about German paratroopers landing on Crete Jaeger part 1. Mp3
-406 1941-05-xx - German Radio - After 2527 England Hess flight (1m 19s). Mp3
-407 1941-06-22 - Joachim von Ribbentrop - Press statement on the beginning of the Russian campaign (7m 38s). Mp3
-408 1941-06-22 - Joseph Goebbels - the delivery Fuehrerproklamation to attack the Soviet Union (2m 57s. Mp3
-409 1941-09-xx - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - The British reporting (2m 57s). Mp3
-410 1941-10-03 - Joseph Goebbels - accountability report on the work done in the winter Hilfswerk (16m. Mp3
-411 1941-10-09 - German Radio - withdrawal of Soviet troops (1m 56s). Mp3
-412 1941-12-17 - Reinhard Heydrich - Speech at the Meeting of the Southeast Europe Association at the Prague Castle (20m). Mp3
-413 1941-xx-xx - German Radio (PK-Kompanie) - Unknown Soldier Field reads Letter to the homeland (1m). Mp3
-414 1941-xx-xx - German Radio - Live from the Eastern Front (2m 38). Mp3
-415 1941-xx-xx - German Radio - air raid on Moscow (4m 30s). Mp3
-416 1941-xx-xx - Heinrich Himmler - the inclusion of new recruits in the Dutch Waffen-SS (4m 57s). Mp3
-417 1941-xx-xx - Heinz Goedecke - announcement to Wunschkonzert - A soldier is the father (33s). Mp3
-418 1941-xx-xx - Joseph Goebbels - the opening of the German Book Week in Weimar (19m 19s). Mp3
-419 1941-xx-xx - Joseph Goebbels - the opening of the exhibition in Muenchener House of German Art (2 m) . Mp3
-420 1941-xx-xx - Vidkun Quisling and Heinrich Himmler - the obligation of the Waffen-SS Division Nordland in Oslo. Mp3
-421 1942-01-24 - German Radio (OKW) - successes of the U-boat fleet (55s). Mp3
-422 1942-01-xx - German Radio - Report on the Strassenkaempfe in Stalingrad (3m 01s). Mp3
-423 1942-01-xx - German Radio - About the harsh winter on the Eastern Front (39s). Mp3
-424 1942-06-06 - German Radio - Funeral for Reinhard Heydrich - Commemorative speeches by Himmler and Hitler.mp3
-425 1942-06-19 - Heinrich Himmler - Speaking in Kiev on the leaders of the SS (60m 35s). Mp3
-426 1942-09-15 - Baldur Von Schirach - Eroeffnungsrede at the first European Youth Congress in Vienna.Mp3
-427 1942-09-30 - Joseph Goebbels - Speaking. Mp3
-428 1942-12-24 - German Radio - Ring Christmas broadcast from all fronts - Silent Night (3m 29s). Mp3
-429 1942-xx-xx - German Radio - German attack submarines on the East Coast of the USA (3m 09s). Mp3
-430 1942-xx-xx - German Radio - The successes of General Rommel in North Africa (54s). Mp3
-431 1942-xx-xx - German Radio - The Waffen-SS in the fight against Moscow (1m 52s). Mp3
-432 1942-xx-xx - German Radio - announcement of the Wehrmacht on a free-UFA projectionists (1m). Mp3
-433 1942-xx-xx - German Radio - Interview with the Air Force Ritterkreuztraeger Reinhold Knack (6m 04s. Mp3
-434 1942-xx-xx - German Radio - Empire Channel Frankfurt turns hostile because of rapprochement Flugzeug. Mp3
-435 1942-xx-xx - Hans Weidemann - support troops for the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS (2m 10s). Mp3
-436 1942-xx-xx - Hans Weidemann - The German Woman (2m 03s). Mp3
-437 1943-01-23 - Allied Propagandfunk (2527Stimme of America 2527) - Lueger news for the deuts.mp3
-438 1943-01-30 - Hermann Goering - Appeal to 10.mp3
-439 1943-01-30 - Joseph Goebbels - rally in the Berlin Sports Palace (32m 23s). Mp3
-440 1943-02-03 - German Radio (OKW) - capitulation of 6.mp3
-441 1943-02-06 - Erwin Guido Kolbe Heyer (writer) - Talk 2527Bewaehrung - Belief in Deutschl. Mp3
-442 1943-02-14 - Joseph Goebbels - Award-UFA 25th anniversary (3m 14s). Mp3
-443 1943-02-18 - Joseph Goebbels - Speech at Berlin Sports Palace (108m 50s). Mp3
-444 1943-03-15 - Joseph Goebbels - Before foreign workers in a Berlin Ruestungswerk (2m 47s). Mp3
-445 1943-03-24 - Heinrich Himmler - speech to SS leaders in Universitaetsgebaeude of Kharkov (60m 46s). Mp3
-446 1943-06-06 - Joseph Goebbels - On occasion of the awarding of the Knight's Cross in the Berlin Sports Palace (3m. Mp3
-447 1943-07-xx - German radio - reportage about the liberation of the Duce by Otto Skorzeny (5m 19s). Mp3
-448 1943-08-23 - German Radio - British war crimes - air terror against the civilian population (. Mp3
-449 1943-10-24 - Heinrich Himmler and Arthur Greiser - Speech on the day of freedom in Poznan (92m 59s). Mp3
-450 1943-11-18 - Heinrich Himmler - Addressing new SS leaders in the General (52m 04s). Mp3
-451 1943-xx-xx - Alfred Rosenberg tells his life (24m 46s). Mp3
-452 1943-xx-xx - German shortwave transmitter - Germany welcomes all people with a folk song (1m 17.mp3
-453 1943-xx-xx - German Radio - A Hollaender recruits for the Waffen SS (2m 05s). Mp3
-454 1943-xx-xx - German Radio - Luftwarnmeldung for Hanover and Brunswick (22s). Mp3
-455 1943-xx-xx - German Radio - Channel announcement in different languages (1m 14s). Mp3
-456 1943-xx-xx - Hanns Albin Rauter (Dutch Waffen-SS) - the reasons for its entry into the niede. Mp3
-457 1943-xx-xx - reportage about the Bolshevik crimes in the forest of Katyn (8m 22s). Mp3
-458 1944-02-24 - Colonel General Alfred Jodl - Before the generals over the defense of Europe (9m 52s). Mp3
-459 1944-04-13 - Hans Jüttner (Waffen-SS General) - Before higher SS leaders on the military situation (. Mp3
-460 1944-04-19 - Joseph Goebbels - Speech on the eve of the Fuehrergeburtstags (57s). Mp3
-461 1944-05-16 - Heinrich Himmler - Before 14.mp3
-462 1944-05-23 - Alfred Rosenberg - Das Reich and Europe (11m 24s). Mp3
-463 1944-05-25 - Heinrich Himmler - Before representatives of the judiciary - Part 1 (1m 54s). Mp3
-464 1944-05-25 - Heinrich Himmler - Before representatives of the Justice - Part 2 (39s). Mp3
-465 1944-06-06 - German Radio - news about the landing of the Allied forces in Normandy (1m 26s). Mp3
-466 1944-07-20 - Joseph Goebbels - a report about the coup attempt (6m 42s). Mp3
-467 1944-07-xx - German Radio - Interview with Otto Ernst Remer after crushing of the Putschversuchs.mp3
-468 1944-08-03 - Albert Speer - a reminder to the Gauleiter to unity (37s). Mp3
-469 1944-08-03 - Heinrich Himmler - Speaking to Empire and Gauleiter in Poznan (1m 44s). Mp3
-470 1944-08-03 - Heinrich Himmler - The dismantling of the group by the perpetrators of 20. Mp3
-471 1944-08-13 - Heinrich Himmler - Speaking to officers of the People grenadier divisions in the east (5m 15s). Mp3
-472 1944-10-18 - Heinrich Himmler - Radio speech on the Establishment of the People's tower (the 28s). Mp3
-473 1944-12-31 - German Radio - actor Heinrich George quotes Clausewitz of the year (1m. Mp3
-474 1944-xx-xx - German Radio (Hans Fritzsche) - The retaliation of the allied air terror (2m 37s). Mp3
-475 1944-xx-xx - German Radio - Front report about the use of new Sprengkoerper against England (2m 2.mp3
-476 1944-xx-xx - German Radio - soldier from Hungary in the German army (2m 39s). Mp3
-477 1944-xx-xx - German Radio - About the Hoeren of enemy transmitters (1m 21s). Mp3
-478 1944-xx-xx - German Rundunk - Hunting on terror bomber - In conversation with Willi Herges (4m). Mp3
-479 1944-xx-xx - German Kriegshoerspiel - A Hungarian soldier is an important message about bringing. Mp3
-480 1945-02-28 - Joseph Goebbels - The war situation (64m 08s). Mp3
-481 1945-03-21 - German Radio - Fluechtlingstrecks in the east (51s). Mp3
-482 1945-03-23 - Werner Naumann - call for guerrilla war against the Besatzungmaechte (1m 39s). Mp3
-483 1945-03-xx - German Radio - appeal to the Upper Silesia to resistance against the Russian Verbre.mp3
-484 1945-03-xx - German Radio - air situation report for Berlin (4m 52s). Mp3
-485 1945-03-xx - German Radio - Luftwarnmeldungen of a major air attack on Berlin (44s). Mp3
-486 1945-03-xx - Joseph Goebbels - Speech to the offensive on the Eastern Front in Goerlitz (1m 53s). Mp3
-487 1945-04-05 - German broadcaster werewolf - a call for armed resistance against the Allies (2m 54s). Mp3
-488 1945-04-21 - Joseph Goebbels - Last Speech - Calling the Berlin population to fight (2m 43s). Mp3
-489 1945-04-xx - German broadcaster werewolf - call for resistance against the Allies (2m 54s). Mp3
-490 1945-05-01 - German Radio (OKW) - The leader has fallen - Regierungsuebernahme by Karl Doenitz. Mp3
-491 1945-05-03 - Albert Speer - Tribute to the kingdom over the kingdom of Channel Hamburg (39s). Mp3
-492 1945-05-09 - German Radio (OKW) - Final Report Wehrmacht (1m 21s). Mp3
-493 1945-05-xx - Promulgation of the curfew by the Allies (1m 14s). Mp3
-494 1945-xx-xx - Friedrich von Weizsäcker - testimony to the secret additional protocol (6m 45s). Mp3
-495 1945-xx-xx - Fritz Sauter (IMT-lawyer) - details of legal proceedings of the Nuremberg process (49s). Mp3
-496 1945-xx-xx - Hans Fritzsche - Critical commentary on the newspaper of the Nuremberg process. Mp3
-497 1945-xx-xx - reportage from the award of the tank destruction badge by Otto Skorzeny (1m 03s). Mp3
-498 1945-xx-xx - Rudolf Hess - 252C revelation that only presents Gedaechtnisverlust (2m 01s). Mp3

11-01-2013

We recently acquired the complete film of the 1946 Malmedy Trial, including the executions of the condamned.
We also finally acquired the complete amateur film of the "Entertete Kunst" exibition in 1937 Nazi Germany.


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