Reichskanzlei Thread

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by ghostsoldier » 02 Sep 2009 18:02

I've seen pieces come up for sale occasionally....there's some RC flatware and various pieces on this site....
http://www.germaniainternational.com/hitler15.html

And here....
http://snyderstreasures.com/pages/rk.htm

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by muller1945 » 04 Sep 2009 20:16

Hi, nice site, i want the generalfeldmarschall book they have on there so nice. I prefer the formal adolf hitler silverware myself.

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Johnnyrocket » 07 Sep 2009 19:15

Any info on this image? Was this Hitler's actual office eagle in his Chancery office?

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Post by punkyto » 08 Sep 2009 01:03

hola amigos!!
Very good photography! :)
It is very similar to the eagle that is found in the Imperial War Museum.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bronz ... ellery.jpg 8O

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Johnnyrocket » 08 Sep 2009 02:18

This is the eagle from Hitler's office over the entrance door. Does anyone know why the eagle head in AH's office is facing to the right?

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Johnnyrocket » 08 Sep 2009 02:31

General Ike looking for some souvenirs—I guess?

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The Russians got to the desk (AH's Chancery office map table) first I guess? :D
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Adam Carr » 08 Sep 2009 03:43

Does anyone know why the eagle head in AH's office is facing to the right?


We've had this question before. The answer is of course that Hitler was always right.

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Post by punkyto » 08 Sep 2009 04:25

hola amigos!!
By an Act of 15 September 1935, the flag with the swastika became the official flag of the German state. In addition and pursuant to the provisions of Article 4 of the decree, the Interior Minister and Deputy Fuhrer arranged the eagle of the Reich (Reichsadler) would have the head pointing toward your right, while the eagle of the NSDAP ( Parteiadler), it would to his left.

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The use of the eagle of the Reich (Reichsadler) corresponded to those institutions that, like the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry or the Police, were organs of state, on the contrary, the Eagle Party (Parteiadler) should be used by institutions linked to the NSDAP, such as the SS.

gracias Barbarossa. F.S.G.M :)

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by I B Piper » 08 Sep 2009 10:26

Really nice pictures. I've been tied up with other pressing business for awhile, but have checked the forum from time to time, especially this thread. Thanks for everyone's contributions, they are much appreciated.

Cheers,

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by ghostsoldier » 08 Sep 2009 17:17

Adam Carr wrote:The answer is of course that Hitler was always right.


Funny, as always! :D
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Führerwohnung der Reichskanzlei

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by ghostsoldier » 15 Sep 2009 17:34

Excellent photos, pavel! :)
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by palaisfan » 16 Sep 2009 03:36

pavel,

Thanks for this linke and pre-set search! These are indeed unusual photos. The first eight are inside the so-called Conservatory, or Leonhard Gall `Winter Garden' that stretched the length of the north side of the old garden. You don't see its interior much (some of the Life color photos also show it). Next two pictures are just inside the Smoking room, by the door leading into the Old Chancellery Dining Room. The ones with Frederick the Great is the Lady's Chamber, that Traudl Junge mentions. There are mirrors on the inside of the doors leading into it. (Same room Ribbentrop is greeted in when back from Russia).

All in all, a nice group of the Old Chancellery interior. Thanks again!

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by pavel michalek » 16 Sep 2009 19:59

palaisfan wrote:Same room Ribbentrop is greeted in when back from Russia.


Do you mean this picture?

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Hitler-Stalin-Pakt 1939, Rückkehr aus Moskau, Ribbentrop mit Hitler und Göring
Nach seiner Rückkehr aus Moskau erstattet Reichsaussenminister Joachim von Ribbentrop (l.) Adolf Hitler und Hermann Göring Bericht in der Reichskanzlei, Berlin - 23.08.1939

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by pavel michalek » 16 Sep 2009 20:11

Where exactly do you think this photo was taken (surely in Old Reich Chancellery)?

Hitler, Hewel, Engel, Bodenschatz, Gottfriedsen, Ribbentrop, Weizsäcker, Bormann and Wünsche.jpg

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