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A good example but not the UNC the seller described it. It is the 2nd scarcest key date/mm. Potsdam Church w/o date.
The Potsdam Garrison Church, a symbol of evil and pivotal to the solidification of Nazi rule, is possibly going to be rebuilt.
The Garrison Church, an 18th-century Protestant Baroque church was, until 1918, the parish church of the Prussian royal family. It was once one of the finest Baroque churches in northern Germany and it shaped the image of Potsdam. Bach played there and the kings of Prussia, including Frederick the Great, are buried there. The church was damaged by British air raids in 1945 and finally demolished in 1968 by East Germany’s former communist regime.
The church was the scene of Hitler’s legitimization in the eyes of Germany’s upper class, a critical moment in his rise to power. On March 21, 1933, Hitler reconvened the new parliament, the ‘Reichstag’, after the notorious Reichstag fire the previous month. The opening ceremony on the "Day of Potsdam" was a carefully choreographed gathering held at the Garrison Church, staged to demonstrate unity between the Nazi movement and the old Prussian elite and military.
Appearing in a morning coat rather than his Nazi uniform, Adolf Hitler assumed an attitude of extreme humility, giving his hand to the aged, and popular, President Paul von Hindenburg. This propaganda performance, orchestrated by Josef Goebbels, transformed Hitler from someone the elite saw as a vulgar little man into someone they respected. The scene was filmed and presented in cinemas throughout the country and became an important part of Hitler’s propaganda machine.
The reconstruction planning began in 2011. Currently, reconstruction of the tower and its two wings is scheduled to be completed by 2017, which will mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and the 200th anniversary of the Prussian Church of the Union.
Source: Thomas D. Williams, PH.D. - Breitbart (on-line, 19 Sept. 2014)
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Keywords: Nazi Third Reich 5 Reichsmark
Denomination: 5 Reichsmark
Reference #: KM # 83
Date/Mintmark: 1935 G [Karlsruhe]
Condition: AU
Weight: 13.88 g.; .4016 ASW
Metal: .900 silver

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