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Portrait of Albert Speer, 1933Albert Speer, Adolf Hitler, and architect Ruff reviewing the plans for the Nazi Party rallying ground to be built at Nürnberg, Germany, circa 1934-1935
Portrait of Albert Speer, 1933Albert Speer, Adolf Hitler, and architect Ruff reviewing the plans for the Nazi Party rallying ground to be built at Nürnberg, Germany, circa 1934-1935
Ernst Gall, Adolf Hitler, and Albert Speer at Munich, Germany, 21 Mar 1936Nazi Party rally at Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany, 8 Sep 1936; the structure was designed by Albert Speer
Ernst Gall, Adolf Hitler, and Albert Speer at Munich, Germany, 21 Mar 1936Nazi Party rally at Zeppelinfeld, Nuremberg, Germany, 8 Sep 1936; the structure was designed by Albert Speer
Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer in discussion, Nürnberg, Germany, circa 1933-1937Prof. Bruckmann, Mayor of Nuremberg Willy Liebel, Ribbentrop, Hitler, and Speer in Nuremberg, Germany, 27 Jun 1937
Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer in discussion, Nürnberg, Germany, circa 1933-1937Prof. Bruckmann, Mayor of Nuremberg Willy Liebel, Ribbentrop, Hitler, and Speer in Nuremberg, Germany, 27 Jun 1937
Speer presenting an architectural drawing to Hitler at Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany, 1938Adolf Hitler, Albert Speer, and maybor of Nürnberg Willy Liebel inspecting the progress of the construction of a new rally ground in Nürnberg, Germany, 21 Mar 1938
Speer presenting an architectural drawing to Hitler at Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany, 1938Adolf Hitler, Albert Speer, and maybor of Nürnberg Willy Liebel inspecting the progress of the construction of a new rally ground in Nürnberg, Germany, 21 Mar 1938
Model displaying Albert SpeerAdolf Hitler and his entourage visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940
Model displaying Albert Speer's design for a new Berlin, Germany, 1939Adolf Hitler and his entourage visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940
Speer, Hitler, and sculptor Arno Breker in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940Speer, Buhle, Hitler, and Keitel, circa Feb-Mar 1942
Speer, Hitler, and sculptor Arno Breker in Paris, France, 23 Jun 1940Speer, Buhle, Hitler, and Keitel, circa Feb-Mar 1942
Albert Speer sitting on doorsteps, 22 Dec 1942Albert Speer in front of Hitler’s personal Focke-Wulf Fw 200-C4 Condor “Immelmann III”, 1943.
Albert Speer sitting on doorsteps, 22 Dec 1942Albert Speer in front of Hitler’s personal Focke-Wulf Fw 200-C4 Condor “Immelmann III”, 1943.
Adolf Hitler, second from right, Albert Speer, right, and others, at the Rügenwalde testing grounds in Pomerania (now Darłowo, Poland) on 19 Mar 1943 to see the giant 800mm railway gun “Dora,” sister gun to the “Gustav.”Alfred Jodl, Heinz Guderian, Wilhelm Keitel, Adolf Hitler, Karl-Otto Saur at Rügenwalde, Germany, 19 Mar 1943
Adolf Hitler, second from right, Albert Speer, right, and others, at the Rügenwalde testing grounds in Pomerania (now Darłowo, Poland) on 19 Mar 1943 to see the giant 800mm railway gun “Dora,” sister gun to the “Gustav.”Alfred Jodl, Heinz Guderian, Wilhelm Keitel, Adolf Hitler, Karl-Otto Saur at Rügenwalde, Germany, 19 Mar 1943
Keitel, Hitler, and Speer observing the field during a weapons demonstration, circa 6 Apr 1943Speer inspecting a captured Russian T-34 tank, 28 Jun 1943
Keitel, Hitler, and Speer observing the field during a weapons demonstration, circa 6 Apr 1943Speer inspecting a captured Russian T-34 tank, 28 Jun 1943
Hermann Göring, Bruno Loerzer, Adolf Galland, and Albert Speer, Germany, Aug 1943German leaders Albert Speer and Adolf Galland at a conference, possibly reviewing a new aircraft, Germany, 5-7 Sep 1943
Hermann Göring, Bruno Loerzer, Adolf Galland, and Albert Speer, Germany, Aug 1943German leaders Albert Speer and Adolf Galland at a conference, possibly reviewing a new aircraft, Germany, 5-7 Sep 1943

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