RARE EXCELLENT ORIGINAL 1933 THIRD REICH PHOTO BOOK

ON THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST SEIZURE OF POWER

DIE NATIONALE ERHEBUNG 1933

(THE NATIONAL UPRISING 1933)

DOCUMENTING THE HISTORIC FIRST MONTHS OF 1933 WITH 130+ PHOTOS

ITEM #A-253

the cover photo shows the new Reichschancellor Hitler with Reich President Paul von Hindenburg on the historic day March 21, 1933 in Potsdam.

SA men as Police deputies

 Offered for sale is a

RARE EXCELLENT ORIGINAL 1933 THIRD REICH PHOTO BOOK

ON THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST SEIZURE OF POWER

DIE NATIONALE ERHEBUNG 1933

(THE NATIONAL UPRISING 1933)

DOCUMENTING THE HISTORIC FIRST MONTHS OF 1933 WITH 130+ PHOTOS

The 7-1/4 x 10 inch, 112-pages soft cover book, subtitled "Ein Gedenkbuch für das Deutsche Volk" (A Remembrance Book For The German People), was published 1933 by the well known Gerhard Stalling Verlag in Oldenburg The very heavily illustrated book in excellent condition comes with the rare original dust jacket (also in near mint condition). The book is a documenta-tion of the historic first three month of the year 1933 in Germany when Adolf Hitler was appointed Reichskanzler (Reich Chancellor) by Reich President Paul v. Hindenburg and the National Socialists took over the power for th enext twelve years!

above: Hitler Youth (upper photo) and Stahlhelm (lower photo) marching through the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.

The first session of the Reichstag (German Parliament) under the Nazis on March 21, 1933.

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ON THE NATIONAL SOCIALIST SEIZURE OF POWER

DIE NATIONALE ERHEBUNG 1933

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