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peaked cap and kepi in wear ca. 193X.

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    Mr. Mint found an interesting image, possibly associated with the Nuremberg rally, ca. 193XClick image for larger version. 

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    damit, basta.

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ID:	927167The one person has a kepi with updated, i.e. post 1936 badges....something remarkable.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	927193Were this item to turn up at this moment, it would arouse much scorn in all likelihood.
    damit, basta.

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    The later eagle sure does look odd on the kepi but these things obviously happened. Interesting too is the change of behavior and body language between the two photographs.

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ID:	927234Nor are these men traveling in luxury. All little bits of the past that have much poetry to them.

    And I wonder which of these men was alive to smile in the year 1947?

    I always think that, I must tell you.
    damit, basta.

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    An intriguing photograph always suggests a story or subject beyond the object(s) in the frame. The ones above included.

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    Quote by seventyeighth View Post
    An intriguing photograph always suggests a story or subject beyond the object(s) in the frame. The ones above included.
    How right you are, and many of these enthusiastic images from the glory days of the III. Reich are rich in their potential.


    Glücksrad (mhd. gelückerat; mlat. rota fortunae). In Dichtung und darstellender Kunst des MA. findet sich häufig das Symbol des Glücksrades, hergeleitet von dem Attribut der antiken Glücksgöttin Fortuna. An der Peripherie eines von Gottes oder Fortunas Hand gedrehten Speichenrades werden Arme oder Hilfsbedürftige zum Zenith von Reichtum oder Macht emporgeschwungen, um mit dem gleichen Schwung auf der anderen Seite wieder zu Armut und Schwäche niederzufahren. In einer Darstellung (aus der astronom. Sammelhandschrift Cod. 2352, Wien) sind – bei 9 Uhr beginnend – vier Stationen eines Königslebens dargestellt: regnabo, regno, regnavi, sine regno. Damit soll auf die Eitelkeit und Vergänglichkeit irdischen Glücks verwiesen werden. Andere Glücksräder ("Lebensräder") demonstrieren die Wandelbarkeit von Jugend und Reife zu Alter und Greisentum oder die Unbeständigkeit der Jahreszeiten. Von diesem Bild des Glücksrades kommt die Redewendung "Das Rad wird sich wenden" i.S.v. "Das Schicksal wird sich ändern". Eine der ältesten Darstellungen des Glücksrades findet sich im Hortus deliciarum der Herrad von Landsperg. Ein Lebensrad (13. Jh) ist am Südportal der Kathedrale von Amiens dargestellt.
    damit, basta.

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    Wheel of Fortune (mhd gelückerat;. Mlat rota fortunae.). In poetry and visual arts of the MA. is frequently the symbol of the wheel of fortune, derived from the attribute of the ancient Lady Luck. At the periphery of one of God or Fortune's hand twisted spokes wheel arms or the needy are soared to the zenith of wealth or power, to settle down with the same swing on the other side again to poverty and weakness. In a presentation (.. From the astronomer manuscript Cod in 2352, Vienna) are - starting at 9 clock - four stations of a royal life represented: regnabo, regno regnavi, sine Regno. This is intended to earthly vanity and transience happiness be referenced. Other Wheels of Fortune ("living wheels") demonstrate the mutability of youth and maturity to old age and senility or the inconstancy of the seasons. From this screen, the Wheel of Fortune, the phrase "The wheel will turn" comes within the meaning of "Fate is going to change." One of the oldest representations of the wheel of fortune can be found in the Hortus deliciarum Herrad of Landsperg. A Wheel of Life (13th century) is shown at the south portal of the cathedral of Amiens.
    damit, basta.

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    some very sad photos F-B.

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    some very sad photos F-B.
    How very true, indeed and the sad truth belongs here along with the propaganda pictures of the III. Reich.
    damit, basta.

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