Fackelträgersäule(the Olympic Torchbearer column) by Hermann Scheuernstuhl, in the Maschsee. Poised on a sphere, the figure maintains the N.S. salute whilst holding the Olympic flame carried to the Games, from Olympia, for the first time in 1936. On the bottom of the column you can see the Reichsadler (without the Swastika) and an inscription that dedicates the lake resort to the leisure and recreation of the German worker:
Wille zum Aufbau
gab werkfrohen Händen
den Segen der Arbeit.
Freude, Gesundheit und Kraft
spende fortan euch der See
— Maschsee, Hannover. Juni 2014.
Léon Degrelle in his Sd.Kfz. 251 half-track with his children by his side during the parade of the SS Sturmbrigade Wallonien in Brussels on 1 April 1944. The Wallonien crossed the city from south to north passing in front of the “Bourse” (the Belgian Stock Exchange Building).
"I got to greet the Légion Wallonie parade in front of the stock house on one of our vehicles. I was happier and more proud than ever before when the armored cars and other vehicles drove past me with load noise. These were lent to us by Sepp Dietrich, but they were filled with our Belgian soldiers. I greeted every single machine with my right hand high, my steel helmet on and the freshly received Knight’s Cross on my chest. The other hand was intermittently holding one of my children’s hand who were allowed to climb into the vehicle and stand next to me. The mass, which estimatedly involved around a hundred thousand people, was cheering and threw us piles of flowers."