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Spectators cheer passing SA formations during a Reichsparteitag (Reich Party Day) parade in Nuremberg.
A technician determines the racial makeup of a young woman by the color of her hair.
Racial chart entitled "Races of the World I/Europe and its Border Areas."
Poster urging young Germans to join the Hitler Youth Landdienst [agricultural service]. It reads "Volunteers to the front! Youth to the land service of the Hitler Youth."
Antisemitic propaganda of an agricultural worker kicking a stereotypically depicted Jewish man through a fence. It reads "German export: Out of our German country with the slimy Jewish band."
Visitors view the "Degenerate Art" exhibition (Entartete Kunst) at the Munich Hofgarten in July 1937. Works by Lovis Corinth and Franz Marc are visible, among others.
Propaganda slide which contrasts a person of mixed race (left) with a healthy "Aryan" youth (right).
In the Olympic Stadium, German spectators salute Adolf Hitler during the Games of the 11th Olympiad. Berlin, Germany, August 1936.
Cartoon depicting Jews, communists, and other enemies of the Nazis hanging on a gallows, 1935
Antisemitic cartoon showing a Jew leading a Soviet official by a leash. It reads "The 'ideal' person for the chosen people: There’s no accounting for taste."
Election poster reading "The People Vote Listing One: Nationalsocialism," 1932-1933
Election poster reading "We workers have awakened: We’re voting National Socialist List 2 ," 1932.
Saluting Germans greet Adolf Hitler (standing at front of car) as he enters Danzig. The Danzig District was incorporated into Greater Germany following the invasion of Poland. Danzig, September 19, 1939.
The last of the 3,000 runners who carried the Olympic torch from Greece lights the Olympic Flame in Berlin to start the 11th Summer Olympic Games. Berlin, Germany, August 1936.
Antisemitic propaganda flyer comparing Jews to diseases. It reads "Tuberculose Syphilis Cancer are curable ... It is necessary to finish the biggest curse: The Jew!"
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