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Title Machtübernahme Hitlers
English: To the power of Hitler
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30. Januar 1933
Hitler am Fenster der Reichskanzlei in der Wilhelmstraße in Berlin bei der Entgegennahme der Ovationen der Bevölkerung am Abend des Tages.

(Aufnahme: Robert Sennecke, Berlin)
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English: Hitler at the window of the Chancellery on Wilhelmstrasse in Berlin while receiving the ovations of the people on the evening of the day.
Date 30 January 1933
Photographer Sennecke, Robert
Sammlung von Repro-Negativen (Bild 146)
Accession number Bild 146-1972-026-11
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