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8th Dec '17 6:30:07 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/AmericanVampire'': During World War II, Nazis have worked alongside Carpathian vampires to further their goals. This particular bloodline [[NotSoDifferent also shares their supremacist views]] and consider themselves superior to other vampire species, having [[ANaziByAnyOtherName committed their own genocide against their "inferiors" centuries before the Nazis' ascension]]. In addition, their Japanese counterparts also made experiments on the Pacific theater with a particularly virulent and dangerous vampire bloodline which they intended to deploy in the war.

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* ''ComicBook/AmericanVampire'': During World War II, Nazis have worked alongside with Carpathian vampires to further their goals. This particular bloodline [[NotSoDifferent also shares their supremacist views]] and consider themselves superior to other vampire species, having [[ANaziByAnyOtherName committed their own genocide against their "inferiors" centuries before the Nazis' ascension]]. In addition, their Japanese counterparts also made experiments on the Pacific theater with a particularly virulent and dangerous vampire bloodline which they intended to deploy in the war.
2nd Dec '17 4:22:12 AM TheNerevarine
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* Also from Mike Mignola, the second volume of the ''Literature/{{Baltimore}}'' comic (set in an AlternateHistory version of UsefulNotes/WorldWarI) has an [[NoNameGiven anonymous]] evil sorcerer heavily implied (and [[http://www.cbr.com/mignola-golden-reach-beginning-of-baltimores-end-in-cult-of-the-red-king/ confirmed]] by WordOfGod]]) to be a young Hitler. Most readers won't realize this at first because he has a different mustache and name.
*** The mustache is a nice bit of [[ShownTheirWork historical accuracy.]] Hitler ''did'' have this style of mustache early in World War I. The German army made him trim it down to a toothbrush in order for his gas mask to fit and he liked it so much he wore it that way for the rest of his life.

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* Also from Mike Mignola, the second volume of the ''Literature/{{Baltimore}}'' comic (set in an AlternateHistory version of UsefulNotes/WorldWarI) has an [[NoNameGiven anonymous]] evil sorcerer heavily implied (and [[http://www.cbr.com/mignola-golden-reach-beginning-of-baltimores-end-in-cult-of-the-red-king/ confirmed]] by WordOfGod]]) WordOfGod) to be a young Hitler. Most readers won't realize this at first because he has a different mustache and name.
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The mustache is a nice bit of [[ShownTheirWork historical accuracy.]] Hitler ''did'' have this style of mustache early in World War I. The German army made him trim it down to a toothbrush in order for his gas mask to fit and he liked it so much he wore it that way for the rest of his life.



* ''Whom Gods Destroy'', a Elseworld's story featuring Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman showing an alternate universe where the Third Reich won the war and its backed by the Greek pantheon, having mythological monsters at their disposal.



* ''Whom Gods Destroy'' a Elseworld's story featuring Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman showing an alternate universe where the Third Reich won the war and its backed by the Greek pantheon, having mythological monsters at their disposal.
2nd Dec '17 4:18:29 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/AmericanVampire'': During World War II, Nazis have worked alongside Carpathian vampires to further their goals. This particular bloodline [[NotSoDifferent also shares their supremacist views]] and consider themselves superior to other vampire species, having [[ANaziByAnyOtherName committed their own genocide against their "inferiors" centuries before the Nazis' ascension]]. In addition, their Japanese counterparts also made experiments on the Pacific theater with a particularly virulent and dangerous vampire bloodline which they intended to deploy in the war.
* ''Whom Gods Destroy'' a Elseworld's story featuring Franchise/{{Superman}} and Franchise/WonderWoman showing an alternate universe where the Third Reich won the war and its backed by the Greek pantheon, having mythological monsters at their disposal.
29th Nov '17 9:34:33 AM SteveMB
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* Creator/DavidBrin's really rather dark AlternateHistory short story ''[[http://web.archive.org/web/20120712170314/http://www.davidbrin.com/thor1.htm Thor Meets Captain America]]'', later adapted into comic form as ''The Life-Eaters'', has the Nazis murder almost 17 million people as part of a gigantic Necromantic ritual intended to bring the Norse Gods to life, fighting on the side of Hitler. And it works. The Author has said this was an attempt to make Holocaust have some actual sense for the Nazis.

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* Creator/DavidBrin's really rather dark AlternateHistory short story ''[[http://web.archive.org/web/20120712170314/http://www.davidbrin.com/thor1.htm Thor Meets Captain America]]'', later adapted into comic form as ''The Life-Eaters'', has the Nazis murder almost 17 million people as part of a gigantic Necromantic ritual intended to bring the Norse Gods to life, fighting on the side of Hitler. And it works. [[WordOfGod The Author author has said said]] this was an attempt to make Holocaust have some actual sense for the Nazis.Nazis and to create a scenario for a "Nazis Win" AlternateHistory anthology (Brin simply didn't believe that outcome was possible without [[AlienSpaceBats some bizarre twist]] to overcome the Allies' economic and logistical advantages).
14th Nov '17 5:22:40 AM EbrithilBowser
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* In ''[[https://zaubererbruderasp.deviantart.com/art/X-691003917 X]]'', there is a cult, heavily implied to be TheKlan, who summons Adolf Hitler out of Hell.
5th Nov '17 9:26:29 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride]] 's attempt to claim [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] (despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus) are called into Headmistress Carson's office, Carson (AKA [[BigGood Lady Astarte]]) mentions that she recognizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.

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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" Gyre"[[http://whateleyacademy.net/index.php/original-timeline/356-the-widening-gyre]] when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride]] 's Bride]]'s attempt to claim [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] (despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus) are called into Headmistress Carson's office, Carson (AKA [[BigGood Lady Astarte]]) mentions that she recognizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.
2nd Nov '17 10:36:10 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride]] 's attempt to claim [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus) are called into Headmistress Carson's office, Carson (AKA [[BigGood Lady Astarte]]) mentions that she recognizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.

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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride]] Bride]] 's attempt to claim [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] despite (despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus) are called into Headmistress Carson's office, Carson (AKA [[BigGood Lady Astarte]]) mentions that she recognizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.
2nd Nov '17 10:34:42 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride]] 's attempt to claim [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus), Headmistress Carson mentions that she regocnizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.

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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride]] Bride]] 's attempt to claim [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus), campus) are called into Headmistress Carson's office, Carson (AKA [[BigGood Lady Astarte]]) mentions that she regocnizes recognizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.
2nd Nov '17 10:30:35 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride] 's [[ItMakesSeenseInContext attempt to claim Eldritch as a stolen family heirloom]] despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus), Headmistress Carson mentions that she regocnizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.

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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride] Bride]] 's [[ItMakesSeenseInContext attempt to claim Eldritch [[UltimateBlacksmith Eldritch]] as [[ItMakesSenseInContext a stolen family heirloom]] despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus), Headmistress Carson mentions that she regocnizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.
2nd Nov '17 10:27:27 AM Schol-R-LEA
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** At the end of "The Widening Gyre" when everyone involved in [[TheFairFolk The Troll Bride] 's [[ItMakesSeenseInContext attempt to claim Eldritch as a stolen family heirloom]] despite warnings from her son Nephandus not to pull something like that on campus), Headmistress Carson mentions that she regocnizes Contessa Arvidsen-duChantraine as an old foe, Eisern-Jungefrau, saying that [[TruceZone school neutrality]] would keep her from reporting her to the Simon Wiesenthal Foundation - this time - so long as she left and didn't return.
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