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9th Jul '17 3:51:12 PM nombretomado
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* J Robert Janes's St Cyr and Kohler detective novels, set in WorldWarII France. Hermann Kohler is a policeman in the Third Reich, and hence by default a Nazi. He isn't by any means an ideological enthusiast for Nazism, though, and does his best to protect innocent people from both the ideological Nazis and the straightforward crooks and psychos who prosper under the regime.

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* J Robert Janes's St Cyr and Kohler detective novels, set in WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII France. Hermann Kohler is a policeman in the Third Reich, and hence by default a Nazi. He isn't by any means an ideological enthusiast for Nazism, though, and does his best to protect innocent people from both the ideological Nazis and the straightforward crooks and psychos who prosper under the regime.
2nd Jul '17 5:26:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* The mid-1970s Creator/DCComics story ''Blitzkrieg'' follows three German soldiers throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. While they're not explicitly shown to be members of the Nazi party, they're not simply the [[MyCountryRightOrWrong "just fighting for my country"]] type either, engaging in various atrocities such as the Malmédy massacre of Allied prisoners of war and the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. They also hold much of the same racial viewpoints, showing marked disdain for Poles and Jews.

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* The mid-1970s Creator/DCComics story ''Blitzkrieg'' ''ComicBook/{{Blitzkrieg}}'' follows three German soldiers throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. While they're not explicitly shown to be members of the Nazi party, they're not simply the [[MyCountryRightOrWrong "just fighting for my country"]] type either, engaging in various atrocities such as the Malmédy massacre of Allied prisoners of war and the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. They also hold much of the same racial viewpoints, showing marked disdain for Poles and Jews.
22nd Jun '17 8:29:38 AM Saveelich
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* The 2017 French film ''[[Film/{{HHHH}} [=HHhH=]]]'' has a good portion showing the life of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinhard_Heydrich Reinhard Heydrich]] and his rise FromNobodyToNightmare, from the day he was fired from the German navy in 1929 because of a sex scandal to the infamous Wannsee conference where he participated in the planning of UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust and his death in a [[LaResistance Czech resistance]] attack.

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* The 2017 French film ''[[Film/{{HHHH}} [=HHhH=]]]'' has a good portion showing the life of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinhard_Heydrich Reinhard Heydrich]] UsefulNotes/ReinhardHeydrich and his rise FromNobodyToNightmare, from the day he was fired from the German navy in 1929 because of a sex scandal to the infamous Wannsee conference where he participated in the planning of UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust and his death in a [[LaResistance Czech Czechoslovak resistance]] attack.
10th Jun '17 4:27:42 PM Saveelich
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* The 2017 French film ''[[Film/{{HHHH}} [=HHhH=]]]'' has a good portion showing the life of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinhard_Heydrich Reinhard Heydrich]] and his rise FromNobodyToNightmare, from the day he was fired from the German navy in 1929 because of a sex scandal to the infamous Wannsee conference where he participated in the planning of UsefulNotes/TheHolocaust and his death in a [[LaResistance Czech resistance]] attack.
5th May '17 9:12:50 AM Dawkeye
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* In [[Creator/MichaelPowell Powell and Pressburger's]] 1941 propaganda film ''49th Parallel'' seven survivors from a U-boat sunk in Hudson's Bay attempt to escape Canada across the titular line of longitude to the safety of the then neutral United States. Their leader Lt. Hirth (Eric Portman) is a [[VillainProtagonist fanatical Nazi]] willing to do anything (including [[YouHaveFailedMe execute one of his own men]]) to achieve his goal.
16th Apr '17 4:08:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* The mid-1970s Creator/DCComics story ''Blitzkrieg'' follows three German soldiers throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. While they're not explicitly shown to be members of the Nazi party, they're not simply the [[MyCountryRightOrWrong "just fighting for my country"]] type either, engaging in various atrocities such as the Malmédy massacre of Allied prisoners of war and the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto.

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* The mid-1970s Creator/DCComics story ''Blitzkrieg'' follows three German soldiers throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. While they're not explicitly shown to be members of the Nazi party, they're not simply the [[MyCountryRightOrWrong "just fighting for my country"]] type either, engaging in various atrocities such as the Malmédy massacre of Allied prisoners of war and the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. They also hold much of the same racial viewpoints, showing marked disdain for Poles and Jews.
15th Apr '17 8:48:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* The mid-1970s Creator/DCComics story ''Blitzkrieg'' follows three German soldiers throughout Nazi-occupied Europe. While they're not explicitly shown to be members of the Nazi party, they're not simply the [[MyCountryRightOrWrong "just fighting for my country"]] type either, engaging in various atrocities such as the Malmédy massacre of Allied prisoners of war and the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto.
13th Mar '17 10:08:45 PM arbiter099
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* Literature/ErIstWiederDa: The premise of the book and its film adaptation is Adolph Hitler being plucked from 1945 and awakening in modern day (2011) Berlin.

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* Literature/ErIstWiederDa: The premise of the book and its film adaptation is Adolph Adolf Hitler being plucked from 1945 and awakening in modern day (2011) Berlin.
13th Mar '17 9:14:47 PM arbiter099
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** The episode "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS1E10JudgementNight Judgement Night]]" reveals in its twist ending that the protagonist, Karl Lanser, was a German Uboat captain who torpedoed a civilian ship against the advice of his men. As [[IronicHell Hell's]] punishment, Lanser is forced to live through the moment as a amnesiac passenger, and then be killed himself by his own [[IHatePastMe past self]]. Oddly amnesiac Lanser is shown to be hurt by the passenger's deaths, perhaps due to the change in perspective showing them as people rather [[AMillionIsAStatistic then targets]].

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** The episode "[[Recap/TheTwilightZoneS1E10JudgementNight Judgement Night]]" reveals in its twist ending that the protagonist, Karl Lanser, was a German Uboat captain who torpedoed a civilian ship against the advice of his men. As [[IronicHell Hell's]] punishment, Lanser is forced to live through the moment as a amnesiac passenger, and then be killed himself by his own [[IHatePastMe past self]]. Oddly amnesiac Lanser is shown to be hurt by the passenger's deaths, perhaps due to the change in perspective showing them as people rather [[AMillionIsAStatistic then than targets]].
13th Mar '17 9:13:55 PM arbiter099
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* Literature/ErIstWiederDa: The premise of the book and its film adaptation is Adolph Hitler being plucked from 1945 and awakening in modern day (2011) Berlin.
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