Deutsche Sprache auswählen 5: 1945-2020: No Ordinary Place – Dealing with the Rally Grounds 5.1: The Nuremberg Trial: War criminals in Court 5.2: Pragmatic Use: Disposing of History 5.3: Changed Perception: Growing Critical Awareness 5.4: The Zeppelin Grandstand - A Symbolic Place: A Subject for Discussion 4: 1933-1945: The Rally Grounds in the War – Captivity, Forced Labour and Deportation 4.1: Captured Soldiers: Important Resource for the War Economy 4.2: Captured Officers: Forced Inaction 4.3: Forced Labour in Nuremberg: A familiar Sight in the City 4.4: Russian Prisoners of War: Deliberate Murder 4.5: Deportation of Jews from Franconia: From Nuremberg to the Death Camps 3: 1933-1939: The Nazi Party Rallies – Community and Exclusion 3.1: Major National Event: From Party Rally to National Celebration 3.2: Nazi Party Rally as Media Event: Absent, but in the Picture 3.3: Granite from Concentration Camps: Worked to Death 3.4: Architecture as Backdrop: "Cathedral of Light" and Cult of the Flag 3.5: "City of the Nazi Party Rallies": Role Model in the Jewish Question 3.6: Nuremberg Experience: Individual Perception 3.7: Social and Political Aims: More than a Propaganda Show 2: 1918-1933: Nuremberg in the Weimar Republic – Opportunities and Crises 2.1: Local Power Struggle: Guarding Democracy 2.2: Anti-Semitic Stronghold: Julius Streicher and his "Stormtrooper" Newspaper 2.3: Tradition as Political Venue: Early Nazi Party Rallies 1: Nuremberg – Site of the Nazi Party Rallies 1.1: The Rally Grounds from the Beginnings to the Present Day: Changing Topography