Bildband fur die Schulung in der HJ [Filmstrip for Training in the Hitler Youth]
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
a : 1.375 diam. x 1.625 in. (3.493 diam. x 4.128 cm.)
b : 1.625 diam. x 1.750 in. (4.128 diam. x 4.445 cm.)
c : 1.625 diam. x 0.750 in. (4.128 diam. x 1.905 cm.)
d : 1.375 diam. x 1.625 in. (3.493 diam. x 4.128 cm.)
e : 1.375 diam. x 1.625 in. (3.493 diam. x 4.128 cm.)
a. Rolled 35mm filmstrip, title unknown, with 39 black and white transparencies. b. Short, grey cardboard tube open at the top with a brown cardboard sleeve inside. The sides curve under at the bottom edge to secure a white round bottom cardboard insert. c. Circular grey cardboard lid with top edges folded over to secure lid. The Hitler Youth emblem, a swastika within a red and white diamond, and German text around the edge are printed around the top. Per the Photo negatives re-housing project, there is a third filmstrip connected to this record, referred to as e. for cataloging purposes only: d. Rolled 35mm filmstrip, title unknown, with 33 black and white transparencies e. Rolled 35mm filmstrip, title unknown, with 37 black and white transparencies.
Updated 3 years ago
Three filmstrips, titles unknown, produced to train and indoctrinate Hitler Youth members found by 25 year old Lieutenant Bernard M. Fishman in a German Army Engineers Officers Club in Ulm, Germany, circa May 1945. The Propaganda Office of the Reich Youth Leadership produced a series of 35mm filmstrips in the late 1930s for distribution to Hitler Youth chapters. They were shown at gatherings and used to recruit members and disseminate the teachings of the Nazi Party. On December 1, 1936, the Reich Youth Leadership, under Baldur von Schirach, became an autonomous organization accountable onl...