Sunshine and swastikas: Rare colour pictures of 1930s Berlin show carefree life in Hitler’s capital before war that reduced it to rubble
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1937 Church and state: Swastikas and a maypole outside Berlin Cathedral
Berliners gather to look at a giant maypole outside the Berlin City Cathedral
Serene: An unknown park in Berlin. The heat of the summer of 1937 meant sprinklers were required to keep the grass verdant (photos of Berlin in taken by Norwegian Thomas Neumann)
Force: In this picture we see military personnel father beneath decorations. An officer appears to be inspecting the men
Grand: The Messe Berlin situated in Berlin-Westend. It was completed in 1937 (photos of Berlin in taken by Norwegian Thomas Neumann)
Quiet moment: A driver leans against a state car and enjoys a cigarette. The photos by Thomas Neumann show candid moments among Berliners in 1937
Rare colour pictures of Berlin - Relaxation: Berliners enjoy snacks in a sun-soaked park.
Amazing collection of rare color photos of Nazi Germany taken in Berlin by Thomas Neumann.
Echoes of history: This 1937 street scene shows the Augustiner Keller, a beer cellar in central Berlin. Few buildings were not festooned with Nazi regalia
Bustle: A cart sells fruit on a busy Berlin street
Rare Visions of the Past: 30 Old Color Photographs - WebUrbanist (including Nazi Germany)
Regal: These rare color photos of Berlin in 1937 give a unique perspective of the capital's pre-war period. The Stadtschloss, or Berlin City Palace. It was heavily damaged during bombing and demolished by East German authorities after the war