Each year at parades and proclamations masses of people forced to believe in the regime and their "Fuehrer." Propagandists had staged a "people's community". Military camps were similar to the rituals of mobilization. It all ended preparation for war To handle the consciousness of so many people wanted a fitting stage. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Steve Rattner. And it was planned. Albert Speer, Hitler's court architect, to the south of the city planned to build a number of objects: the so- called "German Stadium", designed for 400,000 spectators, for the Nazi activities, two kilometers "Big Street" for parades Wehrmacht, "The March field" for the show fighting the Nazi Army. It was built very "Field Zeppelin" with the main grandstand in the spirit of the Pergamon Altar. Construction of the Hall of Congresses (planned capacity: 50,000 persons) were suspended with the outbreak of World War ii. But, nevertheless, this massive, clad in granite torso, is now the largest preserved monumental building since the National Socialists.
For a long time at Nuremberg did not know how to treat this obvious "witnesses" the Nazi era. It was decided to give them a look through the use of civilian buildings for ordinary purposes, which should remove the original aura of these buildings. Some steps have already been taken in the mid 70's began rethinking events. The result was his exhibition "Fascination and Violence" at the rostrum of the Zeppelin. Since 1985, visitors began to get here a little information, mostly about the history of the area of the National Socialists and only in the summer months.