Rare Photos of Nazi Germany in Color

 Amazing collection of rare color photos of Nazi Germany taken in 1930's Berlin by Thomas Neumann. Till this day pictures were kept in secret Norwegian archives and just recently have been uncovered for the public eye. 

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

Rare Color Photos of Nazi Germany

We claim no property rights over these photographs. Source: The National Archives of Norway

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10 Responses to “Rare Photos of Nazi Germany in Color”

  1. C.j. Wilson says:

    I wonder if there is a parallel dimension where Germany grew by plebiscite and by a ompassionate and inclusive example, where other ethnicities were not stigmatized, nor enslaved, nor liquidated, and where peaceful neighbors were treated with respect? And where her magnificent cities were not reduced to Charlie Brown style concrete shoeboxes and “daring” modernist banalities? Where the Kaiser can rock and roll with his subjects and Jesus would feel right at home?

    Such a beautiful place; a shame to junk it up with all those tacky swastikas!

  2. petie3 says:

    Germany had not been damaged by war in 1871 or 1918. it was up to the 8th AF to do that.  If you go to Frankfort, Hamburg or Cologne today they look like a new city; that's because they are.
     

  3. Königstiger says:

    Its because of the genocidal bombing campaign of the allies that Germany was reduced to the stone ages,  indiscriminate bombing of civilan and cultural center without any military target whatsoever such as Dresden

    We must remember that it was Churchill who started the terror bombing in 1940 and Hitler refused to  retaliate for several weeks because he wanted peace with England

    • pops says:

      Oh that's rite. Because "PEACE" is what Hitler was all about. Tell that to the millions he ordered to be murdered. Men, women, and children were exterminated because of there religion, race, and not bowing down and "serving" his party. ANYONE he seen as a threat to his "GERMANIAN" society he ordered excuted. It's ignoranic people like yourself that still try and throw the blame on everyone else. Lets not forget he had the 100% support of the german people. Young boy, old men and just about everyone with a weapon took up arms when Russia was taking Berlin. So that is why indiscriminate bombing was approved.

  4. LEHR says:

    Konigstiger is right.

    You people of the world should know the fact.

  5. peter says:

    Hitler had already bombed Spanish cities and towns, as well as cities in Poland and Czechoslovakia. His Stuka divebombers were designed to inflict both terror and damage. Churchill tried to bring the war to Germany by bombing Berlin. Germany spread thecivilian  bombing to places like Coventry. Dresden was in retaliation for Coventry.

  6. Fabien says:

    Photos taken by the Nazis don't count because they had time travelling machines, so they could really easily have travel to 2005, buy a digital camera with a printer dock, and possibly a generator for the charging, go back in the 30's, and take and print the photos.

  7. Jed says:

    actually it was the luftwaffe that started the terror bombing in 1940 by hitting civilian sites by mistake.

  8. Matt Sandy says:

    I wonder if anyone has tried to warm them up. They are all very blue, and I wonder if that is an effect of the glass they were using.

  9. Saga says:

    Thanks for showing old interesting pictures, beautiful place but gets this dark feeling when I see all swastikas

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