Nuremberg Rally, 1935. the annual rally of the Nazi Party in Germany, held from 1923 to 1938. was intended to symbolize the solidarity between the German people and the Nazi Party. This point was further emphasized by the yearly growing number of participants, which finally reached over half a million from all sections of the party, the army and the state. Each rally was given a programmatic title, which related to recent national events

Nuremberg Rally, the annual rally of the Nazi Party in Germany, held from 1923 to was intended to symbolize the solidarity between the German people and the Nazi Party.

Adolf Hitler addresses the Nuremberg Rally during the ceremony of dedication of NSDAP standards, 10-16 September 1935.

Adolf Hitler addresses the Nuremberg Rally. I visited Nuremberg this summer…

I won’t march off the cliff with the Trumpists

I won't march off the cliff with the Trumpists

Nazi Rally, 1934 - Nuremberg, Germany - Proof of the brainwashing made by one Evil Man.

'Nurnberg 1923- 1933', postcard commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Nuremberg Rally, c.1933 (colour litho)

Not quite WWII, but related. ("'Nurnberg postcard commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Nuremberg Rally, (colour litho)")

25,000 people stand in the arena before Adolf Hitler and his associates during the Party Congress. Nuremberg, Germany, 1936.

people stand in the arena before Adolf Hitler and his associates during the Party Congress.

Nuremberg Rally

Albert Speer's "Cathedral of Light" at the Nuremberg Rally Photographie sur AllPosters.fr

Albert Speer's "Cathedral of Light" at the Nuremberg Rally

Albert Speer's "Cathedral of Light" at the Nuremberg Rally Reproduction photographique sur AllPosters.

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