The return of the Saar railways German roads. (1935)

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The industrial landscape of the Saar.

Building of the Potsdam Station in Berlin.

Poster: "Saar belongs to Germany"

Germaniya.11 January 1935.

Arriving by train from Berlin to Saarbruecken.

Main station Saarbrücken.

Jubilant crowds.

Posters "Welcome home."

Progremanskie transporant.

City streets.

Tanks and soldiers of the occupying Allied forces


France. 13th of January.


Among the participants in the referendum - von Papen.

He puts the ballot in the ballot box.

Illuminated streets.

Counting of votes.

Data on the outcome of the referendum / 90.5. votes - for the return of the Saar Germany /.

Nazi flags on the streets.

The arrival of the delegation of the Saar to Berlin.

Poster presentation about Goebbels



The train speeds along the rails.

Adorned with Nazi symbols arovoz.

Posters "Saar free!", "Glory to the Fuhrer"



Director General of the imperial railways Dorpmyuller on a holiday in honor of the railroad Saarland in Germany join.

Dorpmyuller bypass operation zhleznodorozhnikov.

He speaks with reyhsshtattgalterom General Peter von Eggom.

Raising the banner of the Reich.

Removal of mourning ribbons with banners railroad, worn by them after the occupation of the Saar.


Minister of the Interior Dr.

Frick after the transfer of cases Gauleiter Byurkelyu sits in the car


Hitler in Saarbrücken.

He welcomed the crowd.

The ceremonial passing of stormtroopers.

Hitler welcomed them, standing in the car

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