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Old Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, date unknownReich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 1936; photo 1 of 2
Old Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, date unknownReich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 1936; photo 1 of 2
Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 1936; photo 2 of 2German Chief of the Reich Chancellery Hans Lammers in his office, circa 1937
Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 1936; photo 2 of 2German Chief of the Reich Chancellery Hans Lammers in his office, circa 1937
Hitler speaking to 15,000 rail workers from balcony of Reich Chancellery, 4 Feb 1937; Government Secretary Hans-Heinrich Lammers and Minister of Transport Julius Heinrich Dorpmüller next to HitlerJosef Dietrich, Adolf Hitler, and Heinrich Himmler at the entrance of the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, 20 Apr 1937 during a celebration for Hitler
Hitler speaking to 15,000 rail workers from balcony of Reich Chancellery, 4 Feb 1937; Government Secretary Hans-Heinrich Lammers and Minister of Transport Julius Heinrich Dorpmüller next to HitlerJosef Dietrich, Adolf Hitler, and Heinrich Himmler at the entrance of the Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, 20 Apr 1937 during a celebration for Hitler's birthday
New Reich Chancellery building under construction, Berlin, Germany, 1938Adolf Hitler on the balcony of the Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 30 Jan 1938
New Reich Chancellery building under construction, Berlin, Germany, 1938Adolf Hitler on the balcony of the Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 30 Jan 1938
Cabinet meeting room, New Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, circa 1939Newly completed New Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, Jan 1939
Cabinet meeting room, New Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, circa 1939Newly completed New Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, Jan 1939
Marble gallery of the New Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 10 Jan 1939New Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, spring 1939
Marble gallery of the New Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 10 Jan 1939New Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, spring 1939
Old Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, spring 1939Known as “The study of the Führer,” this was Hitler’s office in the Reich Chancellery that he rarely used, Berlin, Germany, circa 1940. Photo 1 of 2.
Old Reich Chancellery building, Berlin, Germany, spring 1939Known as “The study of the Führer,” this was Hitler’s office in the Reich Chancellery that he rarely used, Berlin, Germany, circa 1940. Photo 1 of 2.
Known as “The study of the Führer,” this was Hitler’s office in the Reich Chancellery that he rarely used, Berlin, Germany, circa 1940. Photo 2 of 2.The signing of the Tripartite Pact at the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, 27 Sep 1940.  The signers are, left to right, Galeazzo Ciano of Italy, Joachim von Ribbentrop of Germany, and Saburō Kurusu of Japan.
Known as “The study of the Führer,” this was Hitler’s office in the Reich Chancellery that he rarely used, Berlin, Germany, circa 1940. Photo 2 of 2.The signing of the Tripartite Pact at the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, 27 Sep 1940. The signers are, left to right, Galeazzo Ciano of Italy, Joachim von Ribbentrop of Germany, and Saburō Kurusu of Japan.
Vyacheslav Molotov and Adolf Hitler at the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, 18 Nov 1940; note Wilhelm Keitel in backgroundNew Reich Chancellery building viewed from the garden, Berlin, Germany, 1940s
Vyacheslav Molotov and Adolf Hitler at the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, Germany, 18 Nov 1940; note Wilhelm Keitel in backgroundNew Reich Chancellery building viewed from the garden, Berlin, Germany, 1940s
Subhash Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 29 May 1942Himmler looked on as Heydrich
Subhash Chandra Bose and Adolf Hitler, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 29 May 1942Himmler looked on as Heydrich's casket was carried out of the Reich Chancellery, Berlin, Germany, 9 Jun 1942

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