Berlin 1930-1939

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  • Sadly this clip is incomplete, stopping shortly after Hindenburg steps from his car in paragraph 2 of the shots list.

    "President Hindenburg" is Paul von Hindenburg. His appearance allows the clip's date range to be reduced to 1930-34, (1934 having been the year Hindenburg died).

    "Horse statues" - actually this is the quadriga on top of the Brandenburger Tor, (Brandenburg Gate.

    "Reichstag Building. Wilhelm Strasse" - in between these two landmarks we see a shot of the Siegessaule, (Victory Column).



    jamied 3rd Apr 2013

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