Souvenir program for film Victory of the Faith
- Der Sieg des Glaubens: Der film vom Reichsparteitag der NSDAP
depiction: Fifth Party Congress, Nazi Party; Nuremberg (Germany)
- Object Type
Souvenir programs (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Seth Goldberg
Eight page illustrated souvenir program for the Nazi propaganda film, Der Sieg des Glaubens [Victory of the Faith], a documentary film of the Fifth Party Congress of the Nazi Party, directed by Leni Riefenstahl. Held in September 1933, it as known as the Rally of Victory, and was the first Rally held after Hitler's appointment as Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933. It was also the first rally filmed by Riefenstahl, whose film of the next rally, Triumph of the Will, was a visually stunning, propaganda masterwork glorifying Hitler and the Nazi Party. The booklet features images of Hitler and other Nazi Party leaders, including Joseph Goebbels, Hermann Goering, and Ernst Rohm. SA chief Rohm was killed the next year in the purge known as the Night of the Long Knives, and Hitler ordered this film destroyed.
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Also in Seth Goldberg collection
The collection consists of a program for a Nazi propaganda film and three periodicals relating to the history of Germany during the Third Reich, 1933-1945.
Special issue of the biweekly Nazi Party illustrated periodical, Illustrierter Beobachter [Illustrated Observer], published Tuesday, January 30, 1934, for the 1st anniversary of Hitler's seizure of power. The cover image features an image of Hitler holding his right hand up in a fist above the phrase "- ein Jahr am Werk!"
One issue of Deutsche Illustrierte [German Illustrated] news weekly published on the 1st anniversary of Adolf Hitler's appointment as Chancellor. The cover features Hitler holding a shovel in his left hand and saluting with his right hand, with the caption: "1933 30, Januar 1934."
One issue of the antisemitic newspaper Der Stürmer, from May 1934 with the headline: Die Juden sind under ungluck! [The Jew is our misfortune.!] The cover has a caricature of two stereotypical Jews, one holding a knife and one holding a bowl into which blood flows from Aryan people with cut throats.