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There was no indication in the museum that this was available to view - so we found it by accident! Frightening how familiar this was from all the rally footage we see on the TV. Despite being a place of such evil, it had a...More
This is not much to see , some steps a platform that is framed by some huge backdrops . Now go to the museum and see the films and suddenly you are transported to the Nuremberg Rally with Hitler screaming his filth and the full...More
If you are good at imagining how things might have been 70 some years ago, this is a good place to go. The city still uses these parade grounds for concerts, etc. and they were in the process of setting up for something when we...More
After visiting the 'Dokumentationszentrum' I made the trek, round the lake, to this historic monument. I feel that this item is probably the most documented when referring to the rallies held by the Nazi party. Although the field itself was preparing for a function you...More
I had seen pictures of this place before I travelled and hoped that it still retained that rally ground feel. I wasn't disappointed, still felt like a place where hundreds of thousands of people could be accommodated - despite the trunk storage and race track....More
We went to Zeppelinfeld as part of a city tour. I don’t think I would have gone there if it had not been part of something else. This is where the Nazi rallies were held so it has significant historical relevance in a very negative...More
It is neat that this field is being used for racing now, but to witness the size and to learn about what happened here during the days of the Nazis was incredible. I would love to learn more actually...
We walked from the documentation center to the field. Took about 10 min, but it was mostly in the shade and paved along the lake. No cost. You can climb as much as you wish and stand where Hitler stood. There were workers there preparing...More