But they said this was a domestic Hitler, the Hitler described by Albert Speer
It was this modernism that encouraged Nazi architects, first and foremost Albert Speer
himself, to make "stripped neoclassicism" the signature style of the regime's new civic architecture, expressing the clean lines of a racially healthy modernity.
in his job as Hitler's Minister of Production and Armaments was approached by the top German scientists.
By the end of the war, Kammler held a similar status as SS Chief Heinrich Himmler and armaments Minister Albert Speer
In 1953 Albert Speer
, Germany's Minister of Armaments & War Production during World War II, wrote from his prison cell in Berlin regarding the genocide of the American Indian.
Model, 2000, for instance, is said to refer "to the moment when Albert Speer
presented his draft for the German Pavilion at the world expo in Paris to the Fuhrer"--though, like all his other images, it presents an unpeopled space--while Space Simulator, 2003, replicates the pod in which Apollo astronauts trained in the 1960s.
Particular focus is given to May 12, 1944, the day that Nazi armaments minister Albert Speer
determined that Germany had lost the war.
Renowned German architect Prof Albert Speer
of AS&P Frankfurt presented his own analysis of architecture in Doha during an interactive session with MA founder Michael Rennschmied.
The five stadium projects launched in preparation for the FIFA 2022 World Cup have been designed by German architect Albert Speer
The program also features archival footage and interviews with Heinz Maria Ledig-Rowohlt, Albert Speer
, Leni Riefenstahl, William L.
Entre 1934 y 1942, Albert Speer
sirvio a Hitler como arquitecto del Tercer Reich, y mas tarde, a partir de 1942 y hasta 1945, fue su ministro de Armamentos.
Winston Churchill wanted to execute captured Nazi leaders such as Herman Goering and Albert Speer
after World War II rather than put them in the dock at the Nuremberg trials.
In 1964 Speer founded the company AS&P - Albert Speer
& Partner GmbH in Frankfurt, which currently has more than 120 employees.
Built in 1942 according to plans by Albert Speer
, Hitler s favourite architect, the bunker was designed to protect 2,500 people from aerial bombing during World War II.
Indeed, the contemporary 'spectacle' of the Games could be said to have arisen when Albert Speer
art-directed them for Adolf Hitler; unless you're a real sportophile, then very likely your earliest visual reference point for the Games is Berlin 1936.