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München.- Adolf Hitler und NSDAP-Reichsschatzmeisters Franz Xaver Schwarz. Hitler und Schwarz bei der Einweihung des Umbaus des Palais Barlow in der Brienner Straße zum "Braunen Haus", 1930

Abgebildete Personen:

  • Hitler, Adolf: Reichskanzler, Deutschland
  • Schwarz, Franz Xaver: Reichsschatzminister der NSDAP, Deutschland
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English: Munich - Adolf Hitler and NSDAP treasurer Franz Xaver Schwarz. Hitler and Schwarz at the dedication of the renovation of the Palais Barlow on Brienner Straße to the Brown House.
Deutsch: Adolf Hitler und NSDAP-Reichsschatzmeisters Franz Xaver Schwarz bei der Einweihung des „Braunen Hauses“.
Depicted place Munich
Date December 1930
Photographer Unknown
Hauptarchiv der NSDAP (Bild 119)
Accession number Bild 119-0289
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