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The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936
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A Nazi Party rally at Nuremberg. September 19, 1934.
A Nazi Party rally at Nuremberg. September 19, 1934.
—USHMM #45056/UPI/Bettmann/CORBIS
Several thousand boys and girls participate in a rally in Berlin to show their support for the “Folk Community,” which Nazi ideology viewed as one of racial purity. August 29, 1933.
Several thousand boys and girls participate in a rally in Berlin to show their support for the “Folk Community,” which Nazi ideology viewed as one of racial purity. August 29, 1933.
—USHMM #42548/UPI/Bettmann/CORBIS
Members of the Reich Labor Service march during a celebration at the Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg in 1935. Males ages 18 to 25 were subject to conscription by the Nazi state in road building, land reclamation, and farming.
Members of the Reich Labor Service march during a celebration at the Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg in 1935. Males ages 18 to 25 were subject to conscription by the Nazi state in road building, land reclamation, and farming.
—USHMM #88374/Ullstein Bilderdienst
German military police parade at Nuremberg in 1935.
German military police parade at Nuremberg in 1935.
—USHMM #24784/FPG International

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