Adolf Hitler: Speech at Krupp Factory in Germany (1936) | British Pathé

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Nazi leader Adolf Hitler is seen giving a speech in Essen, Germany at the Krupp Factory 3 years before World War II broke out in this archive footage from 1936.
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Unused / unissued material - paperwork dates footage as 1935.
Essen, Germany.
M/S of Adolf Hitler making a speech at Essen (interior). Good footage of the Fuhrer ranting.
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