You are right, thank you!
Take a look at this: Link
"Due to their role in the potentially snowy mountainous regions Mountain troop personnel were issued a winter camouflage wind blouse as early as 1938."
The windblouse was introduced in 1938, but the photo was taken in 1943.
Now we got it!
Why are they showing Hitler a five year old windblouse? Maybe they planned to use them in Russia? I'm no expert in uniforms...
Original press photos from Hoffmann and Scherl:
Hitler opening and visiting the Internationale Automobil- und Motorradausstellung (International Motor Show) in Berlin.
Photo 1-4: 1937
Photo 5-6: 1938
Remer didn't get his Knight's Cross until after the 20 July 1944 Coup Attempt, so I have doubts that this is Remer showing Hitler the Mountain-Troop Smock...Photo may have been taken at one of the barracks in the area of the Obersalzberg, but not the Berghof itself...I could be mistaken, but that appears to be part of an SS Rune Flag visible...
Thank you for your answers.
You seem to be right Glenn, this is not Remer.
Do you remember the first photo I presented in this thread? (see attachment 1 of this post)
We discussed about the men behind Hitler (Schaub and Himmler, as well as race car driver)
Some days ago I received a quite similar photo. (see attachment 2 of this post)
In the back of the car there is also a race car driver, am I right in assuming this?
Do you know the man between the race car driver and Hitler?
On the back of the photo there is a stamp with the following date: 27. May 1934
I don't know if the photo was taken on this date (at least that would be logical), but on May 27, 1934 Hitler opened the German Theaterweek...
Great, thanks a lot!
Any comments on my previous post with the supposed race car driver?
The amount of knowledge on this forum is absolutely amazing.