[Above: Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer]

[Above: Close-up.]

[Above: Architecture was Adolf Hitler's true calling, he would say. He never wanted to be a leader, but history called him.]

[Above: A magnificant vision of the future. Note the People's Hall (Volkshalle) at the top.]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle), amidst a rebuilt Berlin.]

[Above: The People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: Inside the People's Hall (Volkshalle).]

[Above: The Congress Building (Modell des Kongreßbaues).]

[Above: A model of the Kongresshalle (Congress Hall).]

[Above: Wow... enormous]

[Above: Adolf Hitler dreamed of building and saw the war as a deadly obstacle.]

[Above: Model of the Nuremberg Stadium.]

[Above: Model of the Nuremberg Stadium.]

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[Above: Hermann Göring discussing a model with an architect.]

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[Above: Dr. Goebbels looking over the Olympic arena.]

[Above: A model of inside the Congress Hall (Kongresshalle).]