First Session of New Nazi Controlled Reichstag Held at Tomb of Frederick the Great Hot

First Session of New Nazi Controlled Reichstag Held at Tomb of Frederick the Great

Adolf Hitler at the Reichstag, 1941
Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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The first session of the new Reichstag, now under Nazi control, is held at the tomb of Frederick the Great in the Potsdam Garrison church. Germany's first ever parliament, held after the 1848 revolution, met in Paul's church in Frankfort.

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