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Rare color pictures from Nazi Germany: Part 1

His comrades tend to a badly injured German soldier on the Eastern (Russian) Front in 1942.

A medieval Nordic war ritual? Torchlight parade in Nuremberg during the 1938 Reichs Party Congress.

Hitler saluting soldiers marching in Adolf Hitler Platz during the Reichs Party Congress at Nuremberg. September 1938

Hitler and Mussolini at Munich railway station, September 1938. Mussolini had arrived to attend the Munich conference

Celebrating Hitler's birthday in Berlin. April 20, 1939

German soldiers celebrating Hitler's birthday at the West Wall, April 20, 1940

The invincible German soldiers were human too. Here they are seen catching up with their sleep during the move from Holland to Belgium. May 1940


Rare color pictures of Nazi Germany: Part 2


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Katielee4211 said...

Happened on this blogsite through Pinterest. What a treasure trove for anyone who finds history interesting and relevant. I grew up with WWII, but the images of the Wehrmacht and German prople were not really a part of the story, Recently I purchased and started reading books on what they knew, or were at least aware of and admitted to. I don't find the pictures you have here 'Pro-Nazi' at all. They are after all part of the history, understanding how they went along with or supported Hitler and the Nazi's is always a relevant study cultural, socio/psychological pressures and phenomena. I will probably be here for hour. Thanks for the efforts in updating and maintaining!


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