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Post them bad boys if you want. Maybe someone will recognize.

No russian ink stamps.
Some of the photos have paper manufacture marks or a brief notation if I'm lucky. Some are competely blank.
Once in a while I will run across a photo with a german ink stamp on the reverse but these seem to be few and far between.

Some russian and other nationality archive photographs I have seen are inked stamped and most press photo's will have this in general.JMO

Here's a couple links, (the first by Robert Noss who I think is very knowledgable on the suject) I have found helpful although not specifically regarding ink stamps:

http://www.kriegsberichter.de/Data/fake01e.htm

http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.p...56&start=15

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Here is Adolf leaving the Luitpold Hall in September 1935 at the time of Nuremberg Rally. Note the SS goon carrying his coat

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Here are two more of that series. One shaking hands with Hunlein of the NSKK and the second with Geobles (SP?).

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1st time I've seen those great photo's Dave. Thanks
Happy times in this one.

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Looking for info regarding this event.

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The photo does this card's beautiful blue background no justice.

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Dean,

That is the Feldherrnhalle in Munich. Off the picture to the left is where the 1923 march came to an end.

Looking at the pointy helmets, coal scuttle helmets, and a complete absence of swastika flags and armbands and stiff arm salutes, I think it is WWI ceremony or a veteran's ceremony after the war.

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You might be right Dave. Thanks for bringing those facts up.

Here's another Rohm shot to add.

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Another FHH postcard.

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A formal event at the reichskanzlei.
I think that's Keitel about 8' behind Hitler

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Beat up march postcard

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Another Nov. 9 march. Posted Nov. 10th.
I think the distorted edge is from album storage judging from the reverse.

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1936 march.

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Nice card. From what I've read.. early.

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One more march picture

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Common but striking posted card.

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Dietrich Eckart building art

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Fuhrer

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Hitler speaks (unknown location).
The security detail looks lighter than usual.

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Ceremony

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Entry gate at Nurnberg rally??

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Some great photos there...thanks, guys.
Dave...number 530 shows Goebbel's adjutant to the right of the picture. He is wearing the rare uniform of the Marine SA.

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Intresting Tristan. Thanks for the id.

A photo card with a brief notation on the reverse.

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Writing on back

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Looking for signature id on this one?? Thanks

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Book plate with a slight resemblance in spelling and image to Eickhorn squirrel.

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Brown house

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Chancellery

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Hoping to get this translated.
Unfortunately the date on the cancellation is beyond recognition.
Stormtrooper, knights, swords, eagles, and Bararossa in the mix.

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Here is a favorite:

These Alsatian dogs have been assigned to train SA men. They've done quite well, in my opinion. Note the lead dog checking for orders.

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K9 photo's are very popular imo.
What's not to love when you see man's best friend tooling around in a panzer or parading on the field with pride. The loyalty and honor theme holds true with these animals.
Didn't Hitler have a beloved dog during his service in WWI?

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6 photos and cards that came in a group together.
Reverse of one of the postcards read: 'Deutschlands schonste Thingst�tte Heiliger Berg bei Heidelberg'.
I'm looking for more info if anyone can add ...thanks.

Here's bits & pieces I found on german wikpedia (translated)-

Heidelberger Thingst�tte is one of about 40 Thing places the early days of National Socialism and was built from 1934-35.

Geographically it is the counterpart to the Heidelberger Ehrenfriedhof, of about the same time (1934) on the ants bump, a the holy mountain on the other side of the Neckar opposite ridge, was applied to fallen soldiers of World War Heidelberg.

In the 56 rows of seats, which rise 25 meters diagonally, 20,000 people found space at the opening. The semicircle of the ceremony site (the term Thingst�tte had at that time already separated) was opened by Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels on 22 June 1935th On this occasion were the only time during the Hitler era, the courts fully occupied.

The Thingst�tte said to have been built on an alleged Germanic cult place, which it was issued as part of the Nazi blood-and-soil mystique. The stage should be used mainly for propaganda events. In the following years, there were some ideas about Thing games such as "The Way into the kingdom," or "The Oratory of the work." But soon the Nazis lost the interest in the plant, since the broadcasting represented a more effective tool for disseminating propaganda.

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Christmas 1935

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This unposted one's reverse is filled with what appears to be sudeten script.

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Hitler and his Mercedes. Check out the styling on the car in front of his.

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Ferdinand Porsche and his ss honor ring made that one in front lol

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Porsche may not be a bad guess.
Posting another postcard to view.

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2 of the many examples of:
Ein Volk Ein Reich Ein Fuhrer

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2nd)

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