regimes totalitários na Europa - Alemenha: Monumento Nacional de Tannenberg (1926-27), Prússia Oriental, Walter e Johanners Krüger
In the mid-1920s a monument was built in East Prussia on the site of the August 1914 battle of Tannenberg, in which German forces under Field Marshall Paul von Hindenburg defeated the Russian 2nd Army
fabrica da fiat (1923), Turim, Itália, Giacomo Mattó-Trucco
The Tannenberg-Denkmal in Hohenstein, East Prussia (Olsztynek, Poland today), Germany's WWI memorial, tomb of the unknown, national shrine, and later monument to Reichspräsident Paul von Hindenburg, completed 1927, demolished 1945
Basílica do Espírito Santo
Tower in which rested Hindenburg sarcophagus
The Tannenberg Memorial commemorated fallen German soldiers of the second Battle of Tannenberg in 1914, which was named after the medieval Battle of Tannenberg (1410). The victorious German commander, Paul von Hindenburg, became a national hero, and was later elected Reichspräsident.
Catedral Santa Maria del Fiore...
Zeppelinfeld (anos 1930), Nuremberg, Albert Speer
convento de la tourette le corbusier (1953-60), Eveux-sur, Le corbur pós guerra