The Nazi Party Rallies, held in Nuremberg from 1933 to 1938, served most of all to stage-manage the image of the regime and Adolf Hitler, and to theatricalize the racially rooted myth of the "community of the Volk" and the population's backing of the war. The rallies themselves, which could last for up to eight days, were only one highlight in a whole year of National Socialist ceremonies.
Nuremberg as the "City of Nazi Party Rallies"
The Nazi Party Rally as ritual
Organization of the Nazi Party Rallies
The Nazi Party Rally experience
Foreign opinion of the Nazi Party Rallies
Leni Riefenstahl's "Triumph of the Will"