Color Photo Of Nuremberg Nazi Rally, 1937

Color Photo Of Nuremberg Nazi Rally, 1937

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Adolf Hitler's personal photographer Hugo Jaeger took this rare color photo of the Nazi Rally in Nuremberg, 1937. Unlike Hitler's main photographer Heinrich Hoffman, Jaeger specialized in using color photography to capture images of the dictator and propaganda scenes.

Due to its venue logistics and central location within the Third Reich, Nuremberg was chosen as the site for large rallies and propaganda events, turning it into a symbol of the Nazi regime. The Allied Forces would do their part to uphold the legacy; Nuremberg would fall on April 20, 1945, Hitler's birthday, and the Nazi war crime trials would later be held there.

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