Various items covering the period around the 1933 elections in Germany.
Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown
French title reads: "Allemagne. La publicite qui a precede le plebiscite Hitler."
Various views of streets hung with Swastika flags. Various posters, badges, etc to encourage people to vote yes in the plebiscite to give Adolf Hitler even greater power in Germany - 1933. Slogans are painted on walls, trains etc.
French title reads: "Les Elections Allemandes".
Introductory intertitle reads: "Venredi 3 Mars, les 'Nazis' defilent a Berlin devant le ministre Goring".
Nazi supporters in uniform march behind a band down a large street.
Intertitle reads: "Samedi soir, 4 Mars, dans toute l'Allemangne, le Parti National-Socialiste organise une retraite aux flambeaux."
Top view of torchlight parade through streets of Berlin. Nazi supporters throw their torches on pile. More shots of parade.
Intertitle reads: "Dimanche 5 Mars, jour des elections, 25,000 Casques d'Acier defilent a Berlin devant lear cher, le ministre Seldte."
Army soldiers march through street. Officers stand on balcony. Posters and banners about the elections. Various shots of people voting including President Von Hindenburg. Shots of Franz Von Papen voting and in the streets.
N.B. All these shots can be found in other UN items.