I love photography and I was fascinated to find a website that had rare photos of Nazi Germany in color.
Why the fascination? Because too often we think of WWII in terms of black and white, literally. It is odd to see a Nazi rally where the sun is shining - it's a lovely day! - and people are glad to be outside in the fresh air. No, for our comfort, we want to see a black and white photographs of Life magazine and when Hollywood presents that war to us, the scenes are usually seen on overcast days or at night.
The details in these photos are riveting. In the rally shots, you can see the work that went into building columns and the placement of greenery to mask the stage and podium - including two Volkswagen bugs! For people who have traveled to Europe, some street scenes bring on a sense of deja vu, especially one for me of a Art Deco building with an apothecary at the street level - how often I saw similar buildings im Schweiz when I lived there.
It's a good study to see what a difference color can make and the mood it can invoke, rather than black and white.