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Books burning in Berlin 1933 Books burning in Berlin 1933
Thousands of books smoulder in a huge bonfire as Germans give the Nazi salute during the wave of book-burnings that spread throughout Germany in 1933.
 
 
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German troops entered Austria, March 12, 1938 German troops entered Austria, March 12, 1938
German troops entered Austria, who met celebrating crowds, in order to install Nazi puppet Arthur Seyss-Inquart as Chancellor. With a Nazi administration already in place and the country integrated into the Third Reich, on March 12, 1938. As a result, Austria ceased to exist as an independent country during World War II. Technically, this annexation was forced by military invasion, but large parts of the Austrian population were in favour of the Nazi regime.
 
 
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Hitler at Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg Hitler at Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg
Hitler at Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg, Germany, 1928. Heinrich Hoffman Collection.
 
 
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Hitler in occupied Paris Hitler in occupied Paris
When Adolf Hitler visited occupied Paris in 1940, the Eiffel tower lift cables were cut by the French so that he would have to climb the 1792 steps to the summit - the part to repair them was allegedly impossible to obtain because of the war, though it was working again within hours of the departure of the Nazis. He chose to stay on the ground, June 23, 1940.
 
 
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Hitler looking at crowd Nuremberg, 1938 Hitler looking at crowd Nuremberg, 1938
Hitler looking at large crowd at Nuremberg Rally, 1938.
 
 
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Hitler saluting from window at Nuremberg, 1938. Hitler saluting from window at Nuremberg, 1938.
Hitler saluting from window after 10th Party Congress Nazi party rally, the crowd does Heil Hitler from below at Nuremberg, 1938.
 
 
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Hitler Youth "Hour of Commemoration" Tomaszow, Poland Hitler Youth "Hour of Commemoration" Tomaszow, Poland
Hitler Youth Hour of Commemoration in front of the Town Hall in Tomaszow, Poland. Their flags bear the ancient Germanic Sig-Rune 'S' symbolic of victory. May 11, 1941.
 
 
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Nazi party rally "Rally of Greater Germany" Nuremberg, 1938 Nazi party rally "Rally of Greater Germany" Nuremberg, 1938
10th Party Congress Nazi party rally, Because of the annexation of Austria to the German Reich, this event was called "Rally of Greater Germany" (Reichsparteitag Großdeutschland). Nuremberg, 1938.
 
 
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Nazi party rally "Rally of Peace" Nuremberg, 1939 Nazi party rally "Rally of Peace" Nuremberg, 1939
11th Party Congress Nazi party rally "Rally of Peace" (Reichsparteitag des Friedens) was to reiterate the German will to peace, to the population and other countries. It was cancelled on short notice, as one day before the planned date on September 1, Germany began its offensive against Poland "which ignited World War II", Nuremberg, 1939.
 
 
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Nazi party rally at Nuremberg 1934 Nazi party rally at Nuremberg 1934
6th Party Congress Nazi party rally, Left to Right: Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Hitler, and Viktor Lutze. This rally initially did not have a theme. Later it was labeled "Rally of Unity and Strength" (Reichsparteitag der Einheit und Stärke), "Rally of Power" (Reichsparteitag der Macht) or, relating to the movie by Leni Riefenstahl, "Rally of Will" (Reichsparteitag des Willens), Nuremberg 1934.
 
 
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Ovation of the Reichstag, acquisition of Austria Ovation of the Reichstag, acquisition of Austria
Hitler accepts the ovation of the Reichstag after announcing the "peaceful" acquisition of Austria. It set the stage to annex the Czechoslovakian Sudetenland, largely inhabited by a German-speaking population. Berlin, March 1938.
 
 
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Over 100,000 SS, and NSKK troops at Nuremberg Rally, 1935 Over 100,000 SS, and NSKK troops at Nuremberg Rally, 1935
Overview of the mass roll call of over 100,000 SA, SS, and NSKK troops at the 7th Party Congress "Rally of Freedom" (Reichsparteitag der Freiheit). 'Freedom' refers to the reintroduced compulsory military service and thus the 'liberation' from the Treaty of Versailles. The Leni Reifenstahl film Tag der Freiheit was made at this rally. Nuremberg, Germany November 9, 1935.
 
 
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Reichstag building on fire, Berlin, 1933 Reichstag building on fire, Berlin, 1933
 The Reichstag fire was a pivotal event in the establishment of Nazi Germany. At 21:14 on the night of February 27, 1933 a Berlin fire station received an alarm that the Reichstag building, the assembly location of the German Parliament, was ablaze.  The fire seemed to have been started simultaneously at 20 places, and by the time the police and firemen arrived a huge explosion had set the main Chamber of Deputies in flames. This event enabled Hitler to seize power under the pretext of "protecting" the country from the menace to its security. Berlin, Germany, February 27, 1933.
 
 
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Reichstag building on fire, February 27, 1933 Reichstag building on fire, February 27, 1933
Reichstag building on fire, the next day people watch as the fire still burns. The Reichstag fire was a pivotal event in the establishment of Nazi Germany. On the night of February 27, 1933 a Berlin fire station received an alarm that the Reichstag building, the assembly location of the German Parliament, was ablaze. The fire seemed to have been started in several places, and by the time the police and firemen arrived a huge explosion had set the main Chamber of Deputies in flames. February 27, 1933.
 
 
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SA troops past Hitler at Nuremberg rally SA troops past Hitler at Nuremberg rally
Parade of SA troops past Hitler during the Nuremberg rally on November 9, 1935.
 
 
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Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov signs German-Soviet nonaggression pact Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov signs German-Soviet nonaggression pact
Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov signs the German-Soviet nonaggression pact, Joachim von Ribbentrop and Josef Stalin stand behind him in Moscow, August 23, 1939.
 
 
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Sudeten German woman salutes parading Nazis Sudeten German woman salutes parading Nazis
A Sudeten German woman in Asch crying tears of joy woman salutes parading Nazis, the Sudetenland was the portion of Czechoslovakia inhabited by over 3 million Sudeten Germans. Many of them became Nazis and strongly supported the acquisition of the Sudetenland by Hitler, October 1938. "Allied propaganda later used this image with other interpretations".
 
 
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The "Rally of Labor" at Zeppelin field in Nuremberg, 1937 The "Rally of Labor" at Zeppelin field in Nuremberg, 1937
Grand review by political leaders on the searchlight-illuminated Zeppelin field in Nuremberg. The 9th Party Congress In the "Rally of Labor" (Reichsparteitag der Arbeit) what was referred to was the reduction of unemployment since the rise to power. This rally was particularly notable due to Albert Speers "Cathedral of Light", 134 searchlights that cast verticle beams into the sky around the stadium to symbolise the walls of a building, September 1937.
 
 
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The boycott "National socialist party" April 1, 1933 The boycott "National socialist party" April 1, 1933
The boycott which was announced by the "National socialist party" began, the placard reads, "Germans, defend yourselves, do not buy from Jews," at the Jewish Tietz store. Berlin, Germany, April 1, 1933. The Nazi Party, Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, or NSDAP, "National Socialist German Workers' Party", was a political party in Germany between 1920 and 1945. The party's leader, Adolf Hitler, was appointed chancellor of Germany by president Paul von Hindenburg in 1933. After Hindenburg's death, Hitler rapidly established an autocratic regime known as the Third Reich, under which the party gained almost unlimited power. Following an ideology that stressed the racial purity of the German people and saw Jews and communists as the greatest enemies of Germany, the regime would come to embark on a campaign of genocide against Jewish people and other groups that resulted in the deaths of approximately 11 million people in what has become known as the Holocaust.
 
 
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