DEU-NUREMBERG-SPEER

Portrait taken on March 3, 1971 shows German architect Albert Speer for the German Reich posing in front of his home in Heidelberg. Appointed in 1933 by Adolf Hitler as 'builder' of the Third Reich designing the monumental buildings in Nuremberg and Berlin, Speer became 1942 minister for armaments and was jailed in 1946 for 20 years in the post-war Nuremberg trials. Following his release from Spandau in 1966, Speer published two bestselling autobiographical works. AFP PHOTO (Photo by PRESSENS BILD / AFP) (Photo by -/PRESSENS BILD/AFP via Getty Images)
Portrait taken on March 3, 1971 shows German architect Albert Speer for the German Reich posing in front of his home in Heidelberg. Appointed in 1933 by Adolf Hitler as 'builder' of the Third Reich designing the monumental buildings in Nuremberg and Berlin, Speer became 1942 minister for armaments and was jailed in 1946 for 20 years in the post-war Nuremberg trials. Following his release from Spandau in 1966, Speer published two bestselling autobiographical works. AFP PHOTO (Photo by PRESSENS BILD / AFP) (Photo by -/PRESSENS BILD/AFP via Getty Images)
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31 March, 1971
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PRESSENS BILD
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ARP4061950
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