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The first Christmas party of the Berlin railway directorate of the Third Reich. (1934)

Film-document №67149 2 parts, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Viljgeljm Marcan /Wilhelm Marzahn/

Operators: Valjter Fuks, Franc Majneke /Walter Fuchs, Franz Meinecke/

Reel №1

Berlin Sports Palace.

President of the German railway directorate Clemens Marx speech about Christmas ( "The whole railway directorate of the Third Reich - is one big family").

Presents other officials: Dorpmyuller (CEO), Kleinmann (Deputy Director), Görlitzer (State Advisor), Dr Fabricius representative of the German labor front.

Close up showing facial officials.

Wishing a pleasant evening, applause.

It Kleinmann Wilhelm Deputy Director General of the German Christmas, which is a holiday for the poor and to the rich; a sense of community between the Germans, including Germans are outside Germany.

It is reported that this is - "a joyful Christmas because it won the Fuhrer."

The next question says the organizer of the festival, the plant's director Philip Louis in collaboration with members of the party and Christoph Hein.

Key words

Germany, in 1934, the railroad, personalities, state. figures, Christmas, Christianity

Reel №2

Continued.

This state councilor Arthur Görlitzer about the end of the old year, and then he remembers about the war, and reads a poem on the strengthening of Germany and the German national spirit.

Presentation of the mysteries of "Sign of the Cross" - setting and leadership of chief director Hans Batto.

Pre-speech director of the play.

Presentation: part of the "struggle and victory of Christianity" - Mary and Joseph (blonde, very Aryan kind) on the way to Bethlehem.

Staged crusades against the infidels, accompanied by oral comments.

Sounds Christmas song.

Images of the cross and the swastika on the same flagstaff.

The slogan "Peace on earth!" The ringing of bells.

Key words

Germany, in 1934, the railroad, the state. figures, celebrities, pageants