Photo, Print, Drawing Hermann Göring's activities, September-December 1938

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Title
Hermann Göring's activities, September-December 1938
Summary
Photographs show Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Rudolf Hess, Robert Ley, and other Nazi leaders on Nazi party day in Nuremberg. Also includes views of Göring meeting English ambassador Neville Henderson at Burg Veldstein; Göring with King Boris of Bulgaria on hunting trip in Alt-Sternberg and Rominten in E. Prussia; Hitler giving speech in Berlin; meeting of Hitler, Benito Mussolini of Italy, Neville Chamberlain of Great Britain and Edouard Daladier of France at the Führerbau in Munich September 29th to sign the Four-Power agreement annexing Czechoslovakia to Germany. Includes views of Hitler with Göring on trip in the Sudetenland after the annexation. Includes views of Göring's hunting trips with Count Hahn in Basedow and hunting trip to Lobau in Austria. Also includes views of visit to the office of the Deutsche Arbeitsfront in Zehlendorf. Includes views of commemorative march to the Feldherrnhalle in Munich with wreath laying ceremony on the anniversary of the failed 1923 Putsch attempt on November 9th and view of the newly opened hunting museum in Munich. Includes views of the christening ceremony of Hermann and Emmy Göring's daughter Edda in Carinhall with Adolf Hitler as godfather; meeting with Albert Speer to view models of rebuilding of Berlin; meetings with South African minister Oswald Pirow and Minister Feruccio Lantini of Italy; meeting King Carol II of Romania in Leipzig; launching of the aircraft carrier "Graf Zeppelin" in Kiel; gathering donations on the Day of National Solidarity to benefit the Winterhilfswerk charity; meeting with Hanns Trippel about designs for an amphibious land vehicle and views of children's Christmas party in Clou.
Contributor Names
Robert (Photographer)
Kurth, Helmut, photographer
Göring, Hermann, 1893-1946, DLC, former owner
Hermann Göring Collection (Library of Congress) DLC
Created / Published
1938.
Contents
(from captions [September 1938]): Parteitag Nürnberg. Ankunft des Feldmarschalls in Nürnberg. Vor der Ankunft des Führers in der Kongresshalle. Parteikongress. Kulturtagung -- Parteitag Nürnberg. Beim Appel des Arbeitsdienstes -- Besuch des Feldmarschalls mit dem engl. Botschafter Henderson auf Burg Veldenstein -- Parteitag Nürnberg. Rede des Generalfeldmarschalls vor der Deutschen Arbeitsfront in der Luitpoldhalle. Besuch des Feldmarschalls im Wehrmachtslager -- Parteitag Nürnberg. Beim Appell der S.A. in der Luitpold-Arena. Vorbeimarsch der S.A. auf dem Adolf-Hitler-Platz -- Zur Jagd in Ost-Preussen. In Alt-Sternberg -- Zur Jagd in Ostpreussen. Alt-Sternberg. König Boris von Bulgarien als Jagdgast -- Zur Jagd in Ostpreussen. Rominten. Hirsch "Szameit". Warnen. Im Gespräch mit Konig Boris -- Zur Jagd in Ostpreussen. Rominten. Hirsch "Fürst" Nassawen-Schwentischken. Strecke. Stangenparade -- Rede des Führers im Berliner Sportpalast zur tsechischen Frage -- München. Ankunft Mussolinis auf dem Münchener Hauptbahnhof. Zussamenkunft des Führers mit Mussolini, Chamberlain und Daladier im Führerbau und Unterzeichnung des tschechischen Abkommens. Daladier und Mussolini verlassen den Führerbau -- In München. Besuch der grossen deutschen Kunstausstellung im Haus der deutschen Kunst. Kaffeetrinken in Münchener Hofgarten. (from captions [October 1938]): Begrüssung des Führers auf dem Anhalter Bahnhof nach seiner Rückkehr aus München. Auf dem Balkon der Reichskanzlei -- Der Führer und der Feldmarschall auf der Fahrt durch das befreite Sudetenland. Vor der Abfahrt in Neustadt/O.S. Auf der Fahrt nach Jägerndorf. In Jägerndorf. Ansprache des Führers. Frühstückspause auf der Fahrt nach Freudenthal. Ankunft in Freudenthal. Abschreiten der Ehrenformationen. Auf dem Feldflugplatz Freudenthal. Der Feldmarschall inmitten der Freudenthaler Bevölkerung. Ansprache des Feldmarschalls und Parade der 7. Division -- Fahrt des Feldmarschalls durch das befreite Sudetenland. Auf dem Feldflugplatz Eger. In Karlsbad. Ansprache des Feldmarschalls vom Balkon des Theaters -- Zur Jagd beim Grafen Hahn-Basedow -- In Oesterreich. Fasanenjagd in der Lobau mit anschliessendem Jagdfrühstück. (from captions [November 1938]): Besichtigung des Amtes für Berufserziehung und Betriebsführung in der D.A.F. in Zehlendorf -- Taufe von Edda Göring in Carinhall -- München. Der historische Marsch zur Feldherrnhalle anschliessend Kranzniederlegung an der Ewigen Wache und Appell der Parteiformationen auf dem Königlichen Platz. Der Feldmarschall besichtigt das neueröffnete Jagdmuseum in Nymphenburg -- Der Feldmarschall besichtigt bei Prof. Speer die Modelle der Bauten zur Neugestaltung Berlins -- Empfang des südafrikanischen Verteidugungsministers Pirow -- Der Feldmarschall zur Besichtigung in Kummersdorf -- Treffen des Feldmarschalls mit König Carol von Rumänien in Leipzig. (from captions [December 1938]): Tag der nationalen Solidaritat. Der Feldmarschall sammelt in der Linden-Passage. Der Feldmarschall sammelt am Wedding. Frau Göring sammelt am Alexanderplatz -- Der Feldmarschall in seinem privaten Arbeitszimmer -- Kiel. Taufe des Flugzeutträgers "Graf Zeppelin" durch den Feldmarschall. Fahrt durch den Kieler Hafen mit dem Führer -- Empfang des italienischen Korporationsministers Lantini beim Feldmarschall. Der Feldmarschall erklärt seinem Gast die Modelle der Reichswerke "Hermann Göring". Vorführung eines geländgängigen Wagens, der durch besondere Konstruktion auch schwimmfähig ist, durch seien Konstrukteur Trippel -- Kinderweihnachtsbescherung des Feldmarschalls im Clou.
Subject Headings
-  Munich Four-Power Agreement--(1938)--Pictorial works
-  Göring, Hermann,--1893-1946--Public appearances--Germany
-  Göring, Hermann,--1893-1946--Travel--Czechoslovakia
-  Göring, Hermann,--1893-1946--Family
-  Göring, Emmy,--1893-1973--Family
-  Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.--Reichsparteitag--(10th :--1938 :--Nuremberg, Germany)
-  Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei--People--1930-1940
-  Visits of state--Germany--Munich--1930-1940
-  Document signings--Germany--Munich--1930-1940
-  Baptisms--Germany--Templin--1930-1940
-  Political parades & rallies--Germany--Nuremberg--1930-1940
-  Political parades & rallies--Germany--Munich--1930-1940
-  Military parades & ceremonies--Germany--1930-1940
-  Meetings--Germany--1930-1940
-  Hunting--Rominten Heath (Poland and Russia)--1930-1940
-  Hunting--Austria--1930-1940
-  Children's parties--Germany--1930-1940
Headings
Photograph albums--1930-1940.
Photographic prints--1930-1940.
Notes
-  Album microfilmed for preservation and reference service.
-  Typewritten captions in German precede each group of hand-numbered photographs. Some breaks and errors in numeration.
-  Title devised by Library staff.
-  Forms part of the Photoarchiv Generalfeldmarschall Göring in the Hermann Göring collection.
-  Prints measure 24 x 18 cm. or smaller. Many prints include blind stamp: Robert or Helmuth Kurth, München. Some prints have ink stamp of Lutz Heck and Presse Hoffmann, Berlin.
-  Transfer; 1947.
-  Confiscated by U.S. military intelligence authorities in Germany, 1945-1946.
-  LC copy imperfect: 30 prints wanting.
Medium
1 album (354 photographic prints) ; 43 x 37 cm. (album)
Call Number/Physical Location
LOT 3128-28 (G) (M) [P&P]
Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
Digital Id
https://lcweb2.loc.gov/pp/cphquery.html
Library of Congress Control Number
2005675739
Rights Advisory
Rights status of individual images not evaluated. For general information see: "Copyright and Other Restrictions...," https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/195_copr.html
Language
English
German
Online Format
image
Description
1 album (354 photographic prints) ; 43 x 37 cm. (album) | Photographs show Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Rudolf Hess, Robert Ley, and other Nazi leaders on Nazi party day in Nuremberg. Also includes views of Göring meeting English ambassador Neville Henderson at Burg Veldstein; Göring with King Boris of Bulgaria on hunting trip in Alt-Sternberg and Rominten in E. Prussia; Hitler giving speech in Berlin; meeting of Hitler, Benito Mussolini of Italy, Neville Chamberlain of Great Britain and Edouard Daladier of France at the Führerbau in Munich September 29th to sign the Four-Power agreement annexing Czechoslovakia to Germany. Includes views of Hitler with Göring on trip in the Sudetenland after the annexation. Includes views of Göring's hunting trips with Count Hahn in Basedow and hunting trip to Lobau in Austria. Also includes views of visit to the office of the Deutsche Arbeitsfront in Zehlendorf. Includes views of commemorative march to the Feldherrnhalle in Munich with wreath laying ceremony on the anniversary of the failed 1923 Putsch attempt on November 9th and view of the newly opened hunting museum in Munich. Includes views of the christening ceremony of Hermann and Emmy Göring's daughter Edda in Carinhall with Adolf Hitler as godfather; meeting with Albert Speer to view models of rebuilding of Berlin; meetings with South African minister Oswald Pirow and Minister Feruccio Lantini of Italy; meeting King Carol II of Romania in Leipzig; launching of the aircraft carrier "Graf Zeppelin" in Kiel; gathering donations on the Day of National Solidarity to benefit the Winterhilfswerk charity; meeting with Hanns Trippel about designs for an amphibious land vehicle and views of children's Christmas party in Clou.
Original Format
photo, print, drawing
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2005675739
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Robert, Hermann Göring, and Hermann Göring Collection Dlc, Kurth, Helmut, photographer. Hermann Göring's activities, September-December. Austria Czechoslovakia Germany Munich Nuremberg Poland Rominten Heath Russia Templin, 1938. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2005675739/.

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Robert, Göring, H. & Hermann Göring Collection Dlc, Kurth, H., photographer. (1938) Hermann Göring's activities, September-December. Austria Czechoslovakia Germany Munich Nuremberg Poland Rominten Heath Russia Templin, 1938. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2005675739/.

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Robert, Hermann Göring, and Hermann Göring Collection Dlc, photographer by Kurth, Helmut. Hermann Göring's activities, September-December. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2005675739/>.

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