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The following article presents contemporary survey on associations & emotions generated by famous Zeppelin Field Tribune for Nuremberg Rallies designed by Albert Speer in 1934-1936. It's probably him, who best of other Nazi architects understood Hitler's intentions, especially the one about assigning the architecture the role of glorifying the greatness of the Third Reich even thousand years later. Additionally, the article describes some architectonical manipulations that were used to achieve political targets by the Nazi regime. The paper is a part of the research on the totalitarian power architecture from the 1930s and 1940s made by the author.

Ключевые слова

Albert Speer, emotional perception, totalitarian system architecture, Zeppelin Field Tribune

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