A cool Winter at the Zeppelinfeld in Nürnburg, 1940. This location was specially constructed by Reichsminister of Architecture, Albert Speer, in accordance to Hitler's vision for the 'New Reich' which included designs directly influenced from the building styles used by the Roman Empire. This was known as Neo-Classical. The Zeppelinfeld was primarily used for the biggest and most brilliant NSDAP rallies and still stands today.
Kaserne der Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, reception hall.