Hitler speech; Krupp munitions plant; reoccup. Rhine; Ribbentrop
- Film Title
- The Nazi Plan
- Event Date
- Accessed at US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives & Records Administration
Reel 11, Part III: Preparation for wars of aggression, 1935-1939
Title: "Reoccupation of the Rhineland, 7 March 1936." Nazis march into Dusseldorf as people cheer. Guards are posted at monuments and docks.
Title: "Minister von Neurath expresses confidence all Germans will vote approval of Hitler's policies, 29 March 1936." Hess, Goebbels, and others also cast votes.
Title: "Ribbentrop, Ambassador to Great Britain, Outlines Nazi Foreign Policy, April 1936." Seated at a desk Ribbentrop explains that the Chancellor has placed before the world his peace plan. Germany's sovereignty has been restored and Hitler will not allow it to be discussed again. The German people want nothing but freedom, equality, and peace. Ribbentrop asserts Germany's faith in Hitler.
Title: "Address to Hitler Youth at Post-Stadium, 1 May 1936" Hitler speaks before a large gathering in the stadium. Several shots of the youth listening.
Title: "Address to Krupp Munition Plant Workers, 28 May 1936." Inside the large Krupp factory, Hitler speaks before thousands of workers. A large artillery piece is in view.
Title: "Eighth Party Congress, 8-14 September 1936." Military review. Parading past old buildings in town. CUs of civilians cheering. Hitler reviews the parade and steps into his car to the strains of "Deutschland Ueber Alles." He rides past fanatic people to his hotel and appears on the balcony for more applause.
Title: "Armed Forces Receive New Flag, April 1937." A long review with Hitler beside the road saluting. Masses of sailors, cavalry, artillery, and tanks pass by.
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