42 Nazi Leadership Portraits 1939

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Re: 42 Nazi Leadership Portraits 1939

Post by chrisccoyle » 06 May 2004 02:51

Well done!
Clap him out boys



David Thompson wrote:These portraits were scanned from Santoro, Cesare, "Hitler Germany, As Seen by a Foreigner," Internationaler Verlag, Berlin: 1939. The captions are from the original text:

2. Field Marshal and Minister-President Hermann Goering. Air Minister.
3. Rudolf Hess, the Fuehrer's Deputy.
4. Reich Minister Baron von Neurath. Head of the Secret Cabinet.

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Post by Alex Dekker » 11 Jul 2004 09:12

I like this! Thanks!

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Post by william632000 » 10 Aug 2004 20:37

A first rate post, thanks.

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Re: 42 Nazi Leadership Portraits 1939

Post by Totalkrieg » 18 Aug 2004 15:01

David Thompson wrote:These portraits were scanned from Santoro, Cesare, "Hitler Germany, As Seen by a Foreigner," Internationaler Verlag, Berlin: 1939. The captions are from the original text:

2. Field Marshal and Minister-President Hermann Goering. Air Minister.
3. Rudolf Hess, the Fuehrer's Deputy.
4. Reich Minister Baron von Neurath. Head of the Secret Cabinet.


It's only me or the second picture here for me looks like a bed?

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Post by David Thompson » 19 Aug 2004 08:08

It's not just you. Pictures 2 and 7 have been "hacked."

20 Aug 04 -- I replaced the 2 original portraits.

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Post by Heinz » 03 Sep 2004 19:47

Good job. Very much worth the effort. A great source for reference.

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Post by AGRAKAN » 12 Sep 2004 22:36

This deserves to stay a bit longer in the list ;).

Thanks for sharing!.

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Post by ezat132 » 11 Jan 2005 14:00

this is a nice reminder to all those in the third reich and ive not seen some of these pictures at all thanx,








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A source for 100 pics !!

Post by Dieter Zinke » 03 Mar 2005 13:04

I found a very interesting link:

http://www1.ushmm.org/uia-cgi/uia_query ... ficials%29

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Post by FANGIO » 07 Mar 2005 21:08

WOW!!! Great link Dieter! So many pics, just great! Thanks!
Best,

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Useful link

Post by Matt Gibbs » 29 Jul 2005 20:31

Hello,
I very much found this site useful for quite a while, as I posted it for a previous topic a while back :D
I had lost it out of my favourites so nice to see it back! Thanks!
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Post by ZeitGeist » 22 Aug 2005 23:56

EER wrote:You can just look at Hess to see he was a little unbalanced mentally. Something in the eyes.......


Don't agree (i like Hess a lot).

He had a IQ of 120 according to G.M. Gilbert

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Post by gencom » 23 Aug 2005 17:30

The IQ doesn't mean anything, everybody knows nowadays...
GenCom

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Post by Pzgr-Wolf » 25 Sep 2005 20:31

43.jpg.. I see Heer collar tabs.. What branch is that?

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Paula Siber

Post by jv » 27 Sep 2005 23:32

Phil Nix wrote:
Psycho Mike wrote:Frau Gertrud Scholz-Klink, Reich Leader of Women

What was this job description? Were there other "Leader of Women"?
Did the position last through the war? Could men apply? Was there a swimsuit competition?

Any bio info on the photographer? He even makes the nerds dramatic!

Really nice gallery.


Reichsfrauenführung
Elsbeth Zander 1.10.31 - 26.4.33
Lydia Gottschewski 26.4.33 - 13.9.33
Dr Gottfried Adolf Krummacher 13.9.33 - 2.3.34
Gertrud Scholz-Klink 2.3.34 - 8.5.45
NS Frauenschaft
Party organisation headed by SS Gruppenführer Erich Hilgenfeldt, Scholz-Klink was the senior female in this organisation.
She was Gaufrauenschaftleiter for Gau Baden to 2.3.34 and she was married to SS Obergruppenführer August Heissmayer; there is a picture of Him and his family on the forum under SS and Police section. He died 24.3.1979
Philmil


Hi Phil, In this list is missing another famous woman: Paula Siber (photo), Die stellvertretende Führerin des Deutschen Frauenwerks. She features prominently in Der national-sozialistische Staat Heft 1, 1933 (an article on the position of women). By the way, this series is a veritable 'Who's who' of Nazi-Germany. Excellent portraits. jv
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