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 Nuremberg Rally - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Nuremberg Rally (officially, Reichsparteitag, literally "national party congress") was the annual rally of the NSDAP (Nazi Party) in the years 1923 to 1938 in Germany.
The Nuremberg race laws which stripped Jews of citizenship and other rights were proclaimed at the 1935 rally as measures to "protect German blood".
Nuremberg was selected for pragmatic reasons: It was situated in the center of the German Reich and the local Luitpoldhain was well suited as a venue. /wiki/Nuremberg_rallies   (870 words)

 Rally - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A rally in certain team sports (especially baseball) occurs when a team that is behind in the score makes a strong scoring effort to make up its deficit, especially late in the game.
Rally is a sequence of shots in tennis
a political rally, a demonstration, march or parade e.g. /wiki/Rally   (141 words)

 Nuremberg Rally - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Nuremberg Rally
The meeting of the German Nazi Party at the Nürnberg rally in 1933, the year the party came to power in Germany with Adolf Hitler as its leader.
They were characterized by extensive torchlight parades, marches in party formations, and mass rallies addressed by Nazi leaders such as Hitler and Goebbels.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. /Nuremberg+Rally   (120 words)

 Remains of the Reich
Nuremberg — the town that played host to those now infamous Nazi Party rallies in which hundreds of thousands of Germans raised their hands screaming "Seig Heil!" — has moved past the war years but can never fully be rid of its painful heritage.
NUREMBERG, Germany — One might never guess the beautiful town of winding rivers and immaculate architecture dating back to the 11th century once served as the home base for one of the most terrifying regimes in history.
On April 20,1945, the "City of the Party Rallies" was taken by allied troops, and from Nov. 20, 1945, to October 1946, the Nuremberg Trial took place in the city's Palace of Justice. /international/mccaleb/remains.htm   (482 words)

 The Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
The ‘Nuremberg Laws’ is the common name for two very fundamental pieces of anti-Semitic legislation, which were issued in connection with the Nazi Party’s annual party rally in Nuremberg in September 1935.
The ‘Nuremberg Laws’ is the common name for two fundamental anti-Semitic laws that were issued in September 1935, during the Nazi Party’s annual rally in Nuremberg.
The second important consequence of the Nuremberg Laws was the new role of the state. /baggrund/nurnberglovene.asp   (650 words)

 Nuremberg - Wikitravel
Nuremberg was on of the centres of the German toy industry.
Nuremberg (German: Nürnberg) [1] is a city in Bavaria, Germany.
The former Nazi Party Rally Grounds (German:Reichsparteitagsgelände) Documentation Centre, Bayernstraße 110 (tramway #9 (from main station) or #6 (from Plärrer) or bus #36 (from Hauptmarkt) to Doku-Zentrum), 231- 5666. /en/Nuremberg   (2082 words)

 NSM Portland Oregon - Selected Speeches from 1936 Nuremberg Rally
This plan for future Reich party rallies is part of Adolf Hitler's larger plans, including a new Nuremberg, the transformation of the capital of the movement [Munich], and the reconstruction of Berlin, the capital of the German Reich.
The combination of politics and culture in the party rally's program is clear proof of the enormous confidence that fills the German renewal movement, and which as always spurs it on to still greater accomplishments.
The Nuremberg Laws would have been incomplete and unfinished had they not dealt with the status of the so-called German-Jewish half breeds, that is, the half and quarter Jews. /ww2/nurenburg.htm   (14192 words)

 OTTENS » third reich architecture » nuremberg rally grounds
The Reichsparteitag was the annual rally of the Nazi Party in the years 1923 to 1938, held in the city of Nuremberg since 1934.
Following Hitler's declaration in 1933 that Nuremberg should be the "City of the Nazi Party Rallies", it was decided that monumental buildings be built for the mass events on a suitable open area of ground.
Although the building was originally intended for all the Nuremberg dead, irrespective of their origins and their political or religious beliefs, the Nazis remembered, above all, their own dead. /ottens/thirdreich_architecture-nuremberg.html   (1082 words)

 rally - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Rally of Republicans, RDR (Côte d’Ivoire political party) /rally.html   (94 words)

In 1934, the NSDAP rally in Nuremberg was filmed by the sycophant Leni Riefenstahl and the film made great impression on the German suckers who bought all that crap without asking any question. /folk/famous/hitler/?i=15   (62 words)

 The History Place - Triumph of Hitler
The next morning, Shirer was among the attendees at the Rally's opening ceremony, held inside a large hall on the outskirts of Nuremberg.
For many Germans, a trip to the Nuremberg Rally was indeed a religious-like experience and they returned home with renewed dedication to the Nazi cause and increased devotion to their F
For the Nazis, the heart of their movement was the magnificent medieval city of Nuremberg, symbolizing the link between Germany's Gothic past and its Nazi future. /worldwar2/triumph/tr-will.htm   (1176 words)

 The Holocaust Chronicle PROLOGUE: Roots of the Holocaust, page 73
Nuremberg had hosted Nazi rallies annually since 1927, but never before had spirits been so high.
Among the sights and sounds of various parades and rallies: enormous Nazi banners that reached halfway to the heavens, 130 searchlights that beamed 25,000 feet into the night sky, and a gathering of tens of thousands of brown-shirted Storm Troopers.
By early 1934 that number had soared to about 4.5 million, which made the SA a force much larger than Germany's post-World War I army. /StaticPages/73.html   (338 words)

 Pictures from the 1936 Nuremberg Rally
These are photographs from the official party proceedings of the 1936 rally.
Hitler arrives in Nuremberg and is greeted by his personal guard, the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler.
This shows the evening rally of about 100,000 party officials under the "Cathedral of Light" designed by Albert Speer. /academic/cas/gpa/pt36p.htm   (153 words)

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Thousands attend a rally celebrating the founding of the State of Israel, outside the headquarters of the Central Committee of the Liberated Jews in the US Zone of Germany located on the Moehlstrasse in Munich.
A speaker addresses a crowd at a rally celebrating the founding of the State of Israel, outside the headquarters of the Central Committee of the Liberated Jews in the US Zone of Germany located on the Moehlstrasse in Munich.
At a rally in the Langer Markt, Danzig residents call for the city's annexation by the Third Reich. /uia-cgi/uia_query/photos?hr=null&query=kw122601   (1371 words)

Comparing the rally to Nuremberg is serious enough, but potraying them as "kill you in the death camp" nazis only serves to paint conservatives as paranoid whackos.
Other than that, it was virtually impossible to tell the Wellstone public eulogy in Minneapolis apart from the 1935 Nuremberg rally that whipped German citizens into a frenzy of Nazi rage against the Jews.
Nuremberg was exactly what came to mind when I listened to the "memorial" service. /focus/news/779653/posts   (3805 words)

 Nuremberg Rally
These stamps celebrate the 1935 Nuremburg Rally, usually the largest and most important rally of the year for the Nazi Party.
With their emphasis on dramatically lit stages and choreographed movements, Nazi rallies created a sense of unity and organic wholeness.
Hitler, Goebbels and other leading Nazis recognized, well before coming to power, that rallies could manipulate the multitudes with an emotional, often irrational mob seduction. /stamps/naziweb/rally.htm   (125 words)

By September 1935 the military was much more impressively represented in Nuremberg than it had been at the previous Parteitag Rally.
In the above cited article written in 1995, I reasoned that a collection of 802 35mm negatives was by an unidentified NAZI photographer - possibly an associate of the Heinrich Hoffmann firm - documenting activities at the 1934 Nuremberg Parteitag Rally.
I assumed that the filming was for Triumph des Willens which was filmed at the 1934 Nuremberg Rally. /link/cn/correction.html   (622 words)

 The Nuremberg Party Rally Books
The Nuremberg Rallies are the quintessential example of Nazi propaganda.
There are numerous pictures of the rally events in both vlumes, although the picture are not always the same.
Each rally lasted a week or more, and brought together every leading Nazi. /shop/rpt.htm   (320 words) - feature item - Leni Riefenstahl: Documentary Film-Maker Or Propagandist? by Ellen Cheshire
It has generally been accepted that the Nuremberg Rally was staged for the cameras, rather than the cameras having to accommodate the action.
It has been described as 'an impressive spectacle of Germany's adherence to Hitler', a 'Nazi masterpiece' and 'a masterpiece of romanticised propaganda', but nevertheless has been hailed as a great work despite its glorification of the 1934 Nuremberg Party Rally and the political message of the Nazis.
In an account of the making of the film, Riefenstahl writes that she was involved in the Rally's planning - and conceived the event with filming in mind. /features/leniriefenstahl.html   (1639 words)

 Shofar FTP Archives: places/germany/nuremberg/nuremberg.003
The following month two measures were announced at the annual Party Rally in Nuremberg, becoming known as the Nuremberg Laws.
The Nuremberg Laws, drafted by civil servants, failed to provide a clear answer (Hitler had struck out the term 'full Jews' from the draft of the Citizenship Law as it involved a new classification).
The Reich Citizenship Law, 15 September 1935 The Nuremberg Laws by their general nature formalized the unofficial and particular measures taken against Jews up to 1935. /ftp.cgi?places/germany/nuremberg/nuremberg.003   (1353 words)

 village voice > news > Activists Push Back at NYPD by Chisun Lee
But police blame the disorder of February 15 on the rally's organizers.
At minimum, Goodman argues, police robbed legions of their rights to assemble and express their views—through decisions ranging from the denial of the march permit to the handling of the crowds.
The ranks of the wronged could include "everybody who was denied access to the demonstration site that day because police were blocking off the streets," says William Goodman, former legal director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, who represents the plaintiffs along with police brutality lawyer Jonathan Moore. /issues/0327/lee.php   (2173 words)

 Third Reich, Party Day
The words that translate to: "The Reich Party Rally at Nuremberg Ano-1933." The name "Reich" was later amended to Nuremberg.
This is an earlier type, coming from the first of the Nuremberg rallies.
DESCRIPTION: Translated “The Party Day of Freedom,” here is one of the annuals of the Nuremberg party rallies. /reichpartyday.html   (819 words)

 The "Nuremberg Rally" - Queer History New Zealand
The "Nuremberg Rally" - Queer History New Zealand
The rally was organised by the newly-formed Coalition of Concerned Citizens to mark the presentation of the infamous petition against Homosexual Law Reform to Parliament, but the name by which it will always be remembered was coined even while it was still in progress.
Barriers were put up in front of Parliament steps, but supporters of the petition were allowed to move freely on both sides. /history/Nuremberg.html   (530 words)

 Leni Riefenstahl Biography (1902 - 2003)
The controversial German film-maker Leni Riefenstahl, whose hypnotic depiction of Hitler's 1934 Nuremberg rally, Triumph of the Will, is renowned and reviled as the best propaganda film ever, died at the age of 101 in September 2003.
The black-and-white documentary vividly captured the Wagnerian grandeur and meticulous choreography of the Nazis' 1934 rally - and opens with Hitler descending in a plane from the skies above Nuremberg to a rapturous reception from Nazi supporters on the ground.
But it was her films of the 1934 Nazi party rally and of the Berlin Olympics two years later that brought her prewar acclaim and postwar infamy. /leni_riefenstahl.html   (904 words)

 Myth*ing Links: The Leylines of Nuremberg
by Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D. The Leylines of Nuremberg
(For more, see Myth*ing Links: The Norns of Norn Mountain (Nuremberg).) When I read Neville's account of those leylines and Hitler's platform some years ago, I was haunted by her experience.
...The religio-magical aspects of the rallies were emphasised by the fact that their high points were reached after dusk and took place in a 'Cathedral of Light' - an open space surrounded by pillars of light coming from electric searchlights pointed upwards to the sky. /euro~west~icenorteu~Nuremberg.html   (2418 words)

 Speer, Albert
That Nuremberg rally was the archetype of what became identifiable as a Nazi-style of public rallies as spectacles, characterized by huge crowds of uniformed marchers, striking lighting effects, and impressive flag displays directed by Speer.
He designed monuments and decorations, as well as the parade grounds at Nuremberg where a party congress was held in 1934 and captured on film by Leni Riefenstahl in Triumph of the Will.
Speer was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal in 1946. /en/themes/Biographies/MainBiographies/S/Speer/speer.htm   (620 words)

 Leni Riefenstahl: Actress, Filmmaker, Contributor to Nazi Mayhem
Riefenstahl herself claims that she was merely trying to make a film about the rally in Nuremberg.
In Riefenstahl's eyes, she is showing the world a documentary about a Nazi rally in Nuremberg.
She says that she was assigned a job and believes that she captured the true essence of what it felt like to have attended the rally. /faculty/marcuse/classes/33d/projects/naziwomen/LarryOnLeniMain.htm   (1481 words)

 The Holocaust Chronicle PROLOGUE: Roots of the Holocaust, page 75
Hitler could go to the 1934 Nazi Party rally at Nuremberg a much more confident man than he was when the year began.
Adolf Hitler salutes a monument to fallen Nazi comrades at the Nuremberg Party rally.
As Hitler's confidence was bolstered and as Himmler's authority increased, the vise on Germany's Jews was tightening even if the year's major events in Germany had not been focused primarily on them. /staticpages/75.html   (396 words)

 BBC NEWS Scotland Labour conference 'like Nuremberg'
It was suggested to Mr Galloway that he was making the event sound like the Nuremberg rally, to which he replied: "I do think it was like a Nuremberg rally and in fact the leader's speech had a lot of the leader principle, the Fuhrer princip, about it."
The Glasgow Kelvin MP said the conference was "stuffed full of apparatchiks" whose job was to bring the crowd to an "orgiastic climax" on the American political convention model.
Asked if he was equating Mr Blair to Adolf Hitler, he said: "No, but I'm equating the Labour Party conference these days with a Ceaucescu-ish desire to suppress any sign of political life and to subjugate the party and its democracy to a kind of follow-the-leader idea. /1/hi/scotland/3156574.stm   (514 words)

 Nürnberg Online - Virtual Tour Reichsparteitagsgelände
Welcome to the virtual tour of the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg.
Further information about tours and publications dealing with the topic of Nuremberg and National Socialism or other interesting aspects of the history of the region can be found in the pages:
For more than ten years this organisation has had an intense involvement with the history of the rallies and offered tours of the grounds for groups and individuals. /tourismus/rundgaenge/reichsparteitagsgelaende_e/e_index.html   (191 words)

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