RARE ORIGINAL 1933 HEINRICH HOFFMANN PHOTO BOOK

ON THE RISE OF ADOLF HITLER AND THE NAZI PARTY

DER TRIUMPH DES WILLENS

(THE TRIUMPH OF THE WILL)

ONE OF THE HARD TO FIND HOFFMANN BOOKS!

item # F - 156

a scarcee book in excellent condition

1929 Reichsparteitag der NSDAP in Nuremberg

The Führer and SA Stabschef Ernst Röhm (he was replaced by Viktor Lutze in 1934 after the so called Night Of The Long Knives).

Offered for sale is a

RARE ORIGINAL 1933 HEINRICH HOFFMANN PHOTO BOOK

ON THE RISE OF ADOLF HITLER AND THE NAZI PARTY

DER TRIUMPH DES WILLENS

(THE TRIUMPH OF THE WILL)

ONE OF THE HARD TO FIND HOFFMANN BOOKS!

The very rare 6-7/8 x 10 inch, 64-pages, heavily illustrated soft cover photo book "Der Triumph des Willens - Kampf und Aufstieg Adolf Hitlers und seiner Bewegung" (The Triumph of the Will - Battles and the Rise to Power of Adolf Hitler and his Movement) by Heinrich Hoffmann was published in 1933 by Zeitgeschichte Verlag in Berlin, Germany.

The foreword was written by Baldur von Schirach, the many photographs come from the archives of Heinrich Hoffmann, Adolf Hitlers personal photographer and from 1933 on Reichsbildberichterstatter der NSDAP (Reich Photo Reporter of the Nazi Party). The photos above show the first NSDAP Reich Party Days, held in January 1922 in Munich. 1935 Leni Riefenstahl produced a movie with the same title as this Hoffmann book, a propaganda film about the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg.

Munichs SA on 1 May 1923

consecration of new Nazi banners in Braunschweig 1931

THIS RARE ORIGINAL 1933 HEINRICH HOFFMANN PHOTO BOOK

ON THE RISE OF ADOLF HITLER AND THE NAZI PARTY

DER TRIUMPH DES WILLENS

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