Reich Chancellery

The Reich Chancellery (German: Reichskanzlei) was the traditional name of the office of the Chancellor of Germany (then called Reichskanzler) in the period of the German Reich from 1871 to 1945. Its seat from 1875 was the former city palace of Prince Antoni Radziwiłł (1775–1833) on Wilhelmstrasse in Berlin.

Today the office of the German chancellor is usually called Kanzleramt (Chancellor's Office), or more formally Bundeskanzleramt (Federal Chancellor's Office).

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Downfall (film)/Archive 1 - Plot
... Mohnke to bring all available medical supplies to the Reich Chancellery ... to leave Berlin and holds a party for the bunker inhabitants up in the Reich Chancellery, but Soviet artillery shells end the party early ... removed from the line of fire and returns to the Reich Chancellery to confront Goebbels ...
Hans Krebs (Wehrmacht General) - Berlin 1945 - Surrender and Suicide
... Chuikov, who was not aware that there was a bunker complex under the Reich Chancellery or that Hitler was married, calmly said that he already knew all of this ... children, Goebbels and his wife, Magda, left the bunker complex and went up to the garden of the Reich Chancellery ... "Where is Krebs?" Weidling "I saw him yesterday in the Reich Chancellery ...
Voßstraße - History
... German Empire, Weimar Republic and Third Reich 6 - the head office of the German Reich Railway Co 10 - the Embassy of Württemberg 11 - the Nazi Party's Berlin offices 15 - the Bank of Delbrück ... By the 1930s the latter had been taken over by the new Reichs Ministry of Transport, which in its final form occupied an extensive range of buildings with facades in three streets (Voßstrasse ... Borsig Palais (Voßstraße 1), was demolished to make way for the new Reich Chancellery building, built by Albert Speer for Adolf Hitler and opened in January 1939 ...
Reich Chancellery - Gallery
... New Reich Chancellery under construction, 1938 New Reich Chancellery Herman Goering street and Voss street junction, 1939 New Reich Chancellery on Voss street, 1939 New Reich Chancellery Courtyard of Honor, 1939 ...