Explore Alemanha, Fatos e muito mais!

Explorar tópicos relacionados

Tropas SA (Sturmabteilung).  Berlin, Alemanha.

Tropas SA (Sturmabteilung). Berlin, Alemanha.

German SA marching in Spandau Borough, Berlin 1932

German SA marching in Spandau Borough, Berlin 1932. [800x571]

German SA marching in Spandau Borough, Berlin 1932

* Claus Philipp Schenk, Graf von Stauffenberg * 1926, na Cavalaria alemã.

* Claus Philipp Schenk, Graf von Stauffenberg * 1926, na Cavalaria alemã.

In parade for Generals Patton and Doolittle in Los Angeles, General George S. Patton acknowledges the cheers of the welcoming crowds, 9 Jun 1945. (US National Archives)

[Photo] Patton acknowledging the cheers of the welcoming crowds in Los Angeles, California, United States, 9 Jun 1945

In parade for Generals Patton and Doolittle in Los Angeles, General George S. Patton acknowledges the cheers of the welcoming crowds, 9 Jun 1945. (US National Archives)

Visita dos Líderes Nazistas a Paris.  (1940).

Visita dos Líderes Nazistas a Paris. (1940).

German general inspecting Italian Fascist soldiers that remained loyal to Germany before transport to Anzio battle, Rome Italy March 1944.

German general inspecting Italian Fascist soldiers that remained loyal to Germany before transport to Anzio battle, Rome Italy March 1944.[800x531]

German general inspecting Italian Fascist soldiers that remained loyal to Germany before transport to Anzio battle, Rome Italy March 1944.

Gauleiter Karl August Hanke bei Ansprache.

Gauleiter Karl August Hanke bei Ansprache.

SA awarding of promotions, Tempelhofer Field, Berlin 1933.

SA awarding of promotions, Tempelhofer Field, Berlin 1933.[800x543]

SA awarding of promotions, Tempelhofer Field, Berlin 1933.

Budapest. Festnahme von Juden.  Mulheres judias capturadas no Gueto de Budapeste. Outubro, 1944.

Budapest. Festnahme von Juden. Mulheres judias capturadas no Gueto de Budapeste. Outubro, 1944.

Athletic competition in the Reich days: The German national soccer team delivers the Heil salute during the playing of national anthems at a meet with the Netherlands, Berlin Olympic Stadium, Feb 17, 1935. Germany won 3 to 2. During Hitler's reign all sports remained under the tight control of the Nazi party, with Goebbels attributing key propaganda value to exploiting the "athletic" spirit.

Athletic competition in the Reich days: The German national soccer team delivers the Heil salute during the playing of national anthems at a meet with the Netherlands, Berlin Olympic Stadium, Feb 17, 1935. Germany won 3 to 2. During Hitler's reign all sports remained under the tight control of the Nazi party, with Goebbels attributing key propaganda value to exploiting the "athletic" spirit.

Pinterest
Pesquisar