Triumph Of The Willby Heinrich Hoffmann, Leni Riefenstahl (Photographer), Baldur Von Schirach (Introduction), Sam Sloan (Foreword by), Ursula Carr (Translator)
updated to include 45 screen shots from the predecessor previously lost movie Der Sieg des Glaubens directed by Leni Riefenstahl and 104 screen shots from the movie by the same name,
Originally published as Der Triumph des Willens. Kampf und Aufstieg Adolf Hitlers und seiner Bewegung. Herausgegeben von Heinrich Hoffmann. Mit einem Geleitwort von Baldur von Schirach
updated to include 45 screen shots from the predecessor previously lost movie Der Sieg des Glaubens directed by Leni Riefenstahl and 104 screen shots from the movie by the same name, Triumph of the Will or Triumph des Willens also directed by Leni Riefenstahl.
The original book contains photo documents with Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring, Alfred Rosenberg, Julius Streicher, Wilhelm Brückner, Peffer von Salomon, Ritter von Epp, Horst Wessel, Flight Captain Hans Baur, Franz Swede, Ernst Röhm u.v.a. as well as of pictorial reports of meetings how: First Party Congress of the NSDAP Mars field Munich 1922/German day in Nuremberg 1923/the 9.November 1923 in Munich/realm Party Congress in Weimar 1926/German day in Nuremberg 1927/realm Party Congress Nuremberg 1929/the brown house in Munich/the day by Braunschweig 1931/marching-up Chemnitz 1932/Germany flights 1932/10 years march on Coburg/realm youth day Potsdam 1932/the 30.January 1933.
Triumph of the Will is a book that was made into a far more famous movie by the same name, the only difference being the word "Der". The title of the book is Der Triumph des Willens. The title of the movie is Triumph des Willens without the "Der".
Both the book and the movie deal with the same subject: Rallies by Nazi party officials in support of their leader Der Führer Adolf Hitler. However, the movie deals specifically with the rally in Nuremberg held September 5-10, 1934. The book by the same name consists primarily of photographs from similar but earlier rallies held in other cities around Germany such as in Munich and Potsdam.
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