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"Nürnberg Reichsparteitag 1937": German Commemorative Postcard, Reich Party Day in Nuremberg

"Nürnberg Reichsparteitag 1937": German Commemorative Postcard, Reich Party Day in Nuremberg

The 1936 Games was dominated by propoganda, as Hitler grasped the opportunity to promote the Nazi line of Aryan racial superiority. Thankfully, the black athlete Jesse Owens won four gold medals, and made Hitler look pretty stupid.    But one thing's for sure: the poster for the event, designed by Franz Würbel, managed to promote the event brilliantly.

The 1936 Games was dominated by propoganda, as Hitler grasped the opportunity to promote the Nazi line of Aryan racial superiority. Thankfully, the black athlete Jesse Owens won four gold medals, and made Hitler look pretty stupid. But one thing's for sure: the poster for the event, designed by Franz Würbel, managed to promote the event brilliantly.

Saar-Rückgliederung: s/w.-Propagandakarte mit symbolischer Darstellung, Silberplakette nach einem Entwurf von D. Richter, echt gelaufen 1935

Saar-Rückgliederung: s/w.-Propagandakarte mit symbolischer Darstellung, Silberplakette nach einem Entwurf von D. Richter, echt gelaufen 1935

German WW2 "Strassburg"

German WW2 "Strassburg"

The war is on. Philasearch.com - German Empire, 1933/45 Third Reich Picture postcards

The war is on. Philasearch.com - German Empire, 1933/45 Third Reich Picture postcards

Plakat NS-Propagandafilm “Triumph des Willens” . " Triumph of the will " ...

Plakat NS-Propagandafilm “Triumph des Willens” . " Triumph of the will " ...

Reichsparteitag 1938

Reichsparteitag 1938

1938, Reichsparteitag Nrnberg

1938, Reichsparteitag Nrnberg

1936 poster: "All of Germany Listens to the Führer with the People's Radio." The poster depicts a crowd surrounding a radio. The radio looms large, symbolizing the mass appeal and broad audience for Nazi broadcasts.

1936 poster: "All of Germany Listens to the Führer with the People's Radio." The poster depicts a crowd surrounding a radio. The radio looms large, symbolizing the mass appeal and broad audience for Nazi broadcasts.

German WW2 "In memory of..."

German WW2 "In memory of..."

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