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Zeppelinfeld, 1938 (c)

Postcard, Germany, 1938 (c).

The Zeppelinfeld arena, part of the Nuremberg rally grounds, was designed by the architect Albert Speer. It was the one of the sites used by Adolf Hitler and the German Nazi Party to hold their massed rallies in the 1930s.

From a collection of postcards and photographs obtained by 313522 Major F A Fitton, a member of the Civil Affairs Staff Centre (CASC), and a Police Staff Officer with the Allied Control Commission for Germany (CCG), 1945-1951.

NAM Accession Number

NAM. 2005-02-19-2-1


National Army Museum, London


National Army Museum, Study collection

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