The NSDAP put out an official account of the Nürnberg Rallies each year from 1933 to 1938. Each party rally was given a name.
1936 was Der Parteitag der Ehre (The Party Rally of Honor)
See link below for the introduction:
Front cover of Der Parteitag der Ehre (The Party Rally of Honor)
The badge for the Nürnberg Reichsparteitages 1936
There were three key themes at the 1936 rally:
The evils of Bolshevism,
Germany’s need to be independent of foreign sources of raw materials,
Germany’s demands to get back the colonies it last lost after World War I.
Gertrude Scholtz-Klink, the head of the National Socialist Women’s League (NS-Frauenschaft) addressed the rally, her speech is in the link below:
Gertrud Scholtz-Klink and Adolf Hitler
To read the account of the Hitler Youth Day at the 1936 Nuremberg Rally please click on the link below:
To read the account of the Der Schwur unter dem Lichtdom (The Oath Under the Cathedral of Light) from the 1936 Nuremberg Rally as presented in the book Der Parteitag der Ehre vom 8. bis 14. September 1936 (The Party Rally of Honor) please click on the link below:
To read Max Amann’s speech from the 1936 Nuremberg Rally, as recorded in the official party proceedings, please click on the link below.
Amann was one of Hitler’s oldest friends, and controlled the NSDAP’s publishing system.
Photos and posters from 1936:
Hitler arrives in Nuremberg and is greeted by his personal guard, the Leibstandarte
Hitler’s standard hotel in Nuremberg was the Hotel Deutscher Hof. Here he greets members of the Hitler Youth.
Rudolf Hess opens the Party rally. The slogan at the back of the hall says ‘A strong Reich is the bullwark of peace’.
The high point of the rally. The SS, SA and NSKK march before the Führer.
Hitler consecrated 35 new standards for the NSKK, the party’s motorized auxiliary.
Hitler dedicates new S.A. banners.