doc Clipping regarding the death of Douglas Fairbanks (ddr-njpa-1-395)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Fairbanks, American Hero of the Silver Screen, Dies Suddenly at his Home in Santa Monica. (Hollywood, 12th, Domei) Proclaimed a hero of the silver screen, Douglas Fairbanks died suddenly at 1 p.m. on the 12th at his home in Santa Monica, a suburb of Hollywood. He was 56. (Santa Monica, 12th, AP). …
img Charles Lindbergh getting into his plane (ddr-njpa-1-1189)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas News September 5, 1938. (Warsaw) Domei. Col. Lindbergh, invited by the Soviet government to pioneer new aerial routes and piloting his beloved plane, arrived at the airfield in Warsaw on August 16 and departed for Moscow the following day to participate in it's Air Day. He is accompanied by …
img Galeazzo Ciano at the four-party talks (ddr-njpa-1-65)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Reaching Agreement on Hungary-Romania Border. (Vienna) Domei. Italian Foreign Minister Ciano (right) and Germany Foreign Minister Ribbentrop (left) attending the four-party talks held in Vienna on August 29 by Germany, Italy, Hungary, and Romania to determine the Hungary-Romania border. (taken at Vienna Station). [stamped] September 26, 1940."
img Alfred M. Landon waving from a parade car (ddr-njpa-1-851)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Landon on Top. American Magazine's Voting Prediction. (Des Moines, Iowa) Domei. With the American presidential election ten days away, [illegible] the Literary Digest, a notable American weekly magazine, has announced today that Republican candidate Alfred Landon has a lead of 300 thousand votes on Mr. Roosevelt, the current president, according to their …
img Adolf Hitler inspecting an automotive squad (ddr-njpa-1-670)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Hitler Inspecting. (Berlin) Domei. Fuhrer Hitler, who has a deep interest in the advancement of weapon science, attended the automotive show here on February 18 and inspected the automotive squad."
img Galeazzo Ciano with his children (ddr-njpa-1-62)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Count Ciano as a Father. (Rome) Domei. Even with [Italy's] entrance into the war fast approaching, Prime Minister Mussolini's advisor Count Ciano acts like a good father despite his business. (taken in Rome on May 7). [stamped] June 6, 1940."
img Sonja Henie, Cecilia Colledge, Liselotte Landbeck, and Maxi Herber (ddr-njpa-1-625)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Sports News January 27. Beautiful Flowers of the Olympics. Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) Domei. The Winter Olympics have finally begun and the representatives of each nation are giving their all in the competition. Photograph: The stars of women's figure skating (from left): Britain's Cecilia Colledge, Norway's Sonja Henie, Austria's Liselotte Landbeck, Germany's …
doc Newspaper clipping regarding Joseph Grew (ddr-njpa-1-472)
Caption on front [translation]: "Ambassador Grew to Retire After 9 Years in Tokyo. Plans to Return to America in Early May. (Tokyo 21 Domei). According to today's Yomiuri Shimbun, US Ambassador to Japan Joseph Grew will likely return home on a leave of absence in early May. The same paper also stated that Ambassador Grew hopes …
img Louis Ferdinand and Kira Kirillovna on their honeymoon (ddr-njpa-1-338)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas A News August 2, 1938. Honeymoon. (Honolulu) Domei. Continuing their honeymoon trip around the world, HRH Louis Ferdinand, the grandson of the former German Kaiser (Wilhelm), and his wife shed their traveling clothes here, embracing the spirit of the land of the eternal summer (taken July 8). Photograph: the …
img William Cosmo Gordon Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury speaking in the Royal Albert Hall (ddr-njpa-1-90)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Archibishop of Canterbury as Moderator. (London) Domei. An anti-Japanese public meeting held by The News Chronicle, a paper aligned with the Liberal Party, was moderated by the Archbishop of Canterbury on the night of October 5 at Royal Albert Hall and attended by people from all over. The Archbishop's address was followed …
img Mary Pickford and Buddy Rogers in a gondola (ddr-njpa-1-1131)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Mary Pickford Goes to Venice. (Venice) Domei. Mary Pickford, the world's sweetheart who divorced Douglas Fairbanks, recently married Buddy Rogers. The couple have come to Venice for their honeymoon. Photograph: the happy couple in a gondola. [Stamped] July 14, 1939."
img Neville Chamberlain visiting the Western front with General Gort (ddr-njpa-1-28)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Prime Minister Chamberlain Observes the Frontline. (Paris) Domei. Prime Minister Chamberlain recently visited the continent where, accompanied by General Gort, he fearlessly observed and cheered on the men stationed on the Western front. Photograph: Prime Minister Chamberlain (2nd from left, having abandoned his umbrella for a raincoat) and General Gort (to his …
img Cordell Hull giving a speech (ddr-njpa-1-696)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Mr. Hull Gives Statement on Military Expansion. (Washington) Domei. In a broadcast to all of America and Europe on March 17, Secretary of State Hull stated his firm resolve at the National Press Club that, given the tense circumstances of times like these, America cannot remain aloof and that military expansion was …
img Maria Riva (ddr-njpa-1-195)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Dietrich's Daughter Turns 16. (Zurich) Domei. Vamp of the silver screen Marlene Dietrich has a daughter who is already sixteen. She's currently attending a school in Lausanne. [stamped] July 20, 1938."
img Douglas Fairbanks and Sylvia Ashley aboard a ship (ddr-njpa-1-394)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas News January 20, 1937. Douglas to America. (London) Domei. Douglas Fairbanks, who had been staying in his new wife's home country, left on January 8 from Southampton on the steamship Bremen bound for New York to appear in his new film accompanied by his wife. With his beautiful, young …
img Anna Maria Mussolini visiting injured soldiers (ddr-njpa-1-943)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Prime Minister Mussolini's Daughter Visits Injured Soldiers. (Rome) Domei. Prime Minister Mussolini's daugther Anna Maria visited wounded soldiers at the army hospital on April 14, making a great impression. Photograph: Anna Maria presenting a gift. [Stamped] May 21, 1941."
img Winston Churchill at a welcome banquet (ddr-njpa-1-71)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Churchill Healthy. (London) Domei. The Bertram Mills Circus, performing at Olympia in London since late last month, has been drawing great acclaim. Photograph: Winston Churchill attending the welcome banquet for the circus troupe. [stamped] February 14, 1939."
img Benito Mussolini, Neville Chamberlain, and Galeazzo Ciano (ddr-njpa-1-932)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Prime Minister Chamberlain Visits Rome. (Rome) Domei. British Prime Minister Chamberlain visited Prime Minister Mussolini in Rome on January 11 with Foreign Secretary Halifax and held important talks on various matters such as colonial issues. Photograph (from left): Prime Minister Mussolini, Foreign Minister Ciano, Prime Minister Chamberlain. [Stamped] February 1, 1939."
img Maxim Litvinov standing with another man (ddr-njpa-1-1233)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas A News October 10, 1938. Litvinov in Danger. (Moscow) Domei. The insatiable storm of Red Russia's purge seems to be reaching even Foreign Minister Litvinov, seen as Stalin's right hand man. The outcome is being closely watched. Photograph: Litvinov (right) speaking with French Foreign Minister Bonnet at the League …
img Prince Louis Ferdinand and Kira Kirillovna on their honeymoon (ddr-njpa-1-333)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "The Grandson of the Former German Emperor Who will Soon Visit Japan. (Honolulu) Domei. Prince Louis Ferdinand, the grandson of the former German emperor who recently married Princess Kira Kirillovna, the second daughter of former Grand Duke of Russia Cyril, on May 4, arrived in Honolulu on June 29 as part of …
img Romano Mussolini posing in skis (ddr-njpa-1-949)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Photographic Overseas A News February 9, 1939. Covered in Snow. (Rocca Del, Italy) Domei. Italian Prime Minister Mussolini's son Romano practices skiing amid the snow while on vacation with his father. Photograph: A dashing young Romano."
img Mary Pickford greeting fans (ddr-njpa-1-1132)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Overseas News Photographic Transmission December 10. Recent News of Mary Pickford. New York December 28 Domei. Miss Pickford, separated from Douglas Fairbanks but still as popular as ever, was mobbed by several dozen fans looking for handshakes when she arrived at Grand Central Station and ran off to her hotel. She …
img Galeazzo Ciano inspecting the Fascist youth's "Camp Mussolini" (ddr-njpa-1-57)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Domei Overseas Photographic News October 1. Young Italian Foreign Minister Ciano Gradually Coming to the Forefront. (Rome) Domei. Count Ciano shook the world's expectations by assuming the important post of foreign minister at a critical time for Italian foreign negotiations. Although he was often criticized by the great powers at the time …
img Jose Maria Cantilo, Roberto Maria Ortiz, and Osvaldo Aranha (ddr-njpa-1-1010)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Brazilian Foreign Minister Vists Argentina. (Buenos Aires) Domei. Brazilian Foreign Minister Aranha visited Buenos Aires in early February and met with several important Argentine officials including President Ortiz in the hopes of establishing a South American bloc and improving goodwill between Brazil and Argentina. Photograph: (sitting, from left) Argentine Foreign Minister Cantilo, …
doc From left to right: former Reich Minister of Economics, Hjalmar Schacht, former President Herbert Hoover, and U.S. Ambassador Hugh Wilson meeting in Berlin (ddr-njpa-1-606)
Caption on reverse [translation]: "Former President Hoover Visits Germany. (Berlin) Domei. Former President of the United States Hoover visited Germany and witnessed the glorious achievements of the Nazis across the country. Photograph: a meeting with Minister of Economics Dr. Schacht on March 8 (from left, Dr. Schact, Mr. Hoover, US Ambassador to Germany Wilson)."