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Nazis At The Opera

When Chancellor Adolf Hitler called a private meeting of German Nazis for Jan. 3, 1935 and excluded even Nazi newspapermen, rumors were rife that an upheaval in the Nazi party was under way. Hitler denied the rumors, however, saying the meeting was an “unofficial New Year’s party”. This exclusive photograph, taken inside the Berlin State Opera House, shows the opera party that followed the meeting. Chancellor Hitler (second from left) talks to Premier Goering and storm trooper Chief of Staff Victor Lutze. Others high in the Nazi party are in the opera box, listening to a performance of Wagner’s “Tannhauser.” (AP Photo)

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3501031433
January 03, 1935 12:00:00 AM
June 03, 2011 02:48:11 PM
ASSOCIATED PRESS
24461 HARDCOPY
3000 x 2233 4.87 MB
Nazism, Opera, Government and politics, Classical music, Music, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment, Opera, Performing arts
Sitting Authority Communication Contemplation
Berlin, Germany
APHS376487
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