August 19, 2011

Pictures from the Reich 3

Picture from the Lebensborn project
Picture from the Lebensborn project
Scene from a Christmas story
Picture from a Christmas booklet
Picture from a Christmas booklet
Picture from a Christmas booklet
Picture from a Christmas booklet
German soldiers at Christmas
German soldiers celebrating Christmas
City of E├člingen

Festival in Freiberg, which explains the unusually large number of flags
City of Kolberg
City of Magdeburg
Under Hardenberg’s liberal legislation, a great flight began from the rural east to the industrial western cities. This picture from a school textbook shows Polish immigrants populating the east.
“Causes for the decline in birthrate.” The first column shows social classes, the second the number of children per family 1870-1900, the third the number of children 1900-1930.
The Brown House, the NSDAP party headquarters in Munich
Hitler’s office in the Brown House
Hitler’s house on the Obersaltzberg, near Berchtesgarden
An interior picture
Another interior picture