History UsefulNotes / AdolfHitler

18th Apr '16 4:44:57 AM SeptimusHeap
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* [[InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen "They took out the Hitler building!]] [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Where's everyone going to go to see Hitler memorabilia?"]]

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* [[InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen "They ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'': In [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S08E19InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen the episode]] featuring the Japanese superhero movie ''Film/InvasionOfTheNeptuneMen'', Mike and the bots comment on the film's notorious use of World War II stock footage when the aliens blow up a building with a picture of Hitler on it.
-->"They
took out the Hitler building!]] [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 building! Where's everyone going to go to see Hitler memorabilia?"]]memorabilia?"
3rd Apr '16 7:08:54 PM Berrenta
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* When ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'' did an episode about World War II, they of course had Hitler as the villain in it. He looked like {{Satan}} and [[HeyItsThatVoice sounded like]] [[InspectorGadget Dr. Claw]].

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* When ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'' did an episode about World War II, they of course had Hitler as the villain in it. He looked like {{Satan}} and [[HeyItsThatVoice sounded like]] [[InspectorGadget like [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Dr. Claw]].
28th Feb '16 1:48:21 PM nombretomado
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** In the MarvelUniverse, Hitler got punched out by CaptainAmerica. He was also cloned and came back as "the Hate-Monger", a supervillain dressed in a purple KKK outfit, before being KilledOffForReal. He was also shown explicitly as the Red Skull's benefactor -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards something that makes the Red Skull really unpopular with the rest of the supervillain community]]. Hitler didn't die by his own hand, but was instead [[KillItWithFire burned alive]] by the Human Torch and his sidekick Toro. Hardly IngloriousBasterds, but it works.

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** In the MarvelUniverse, Hitler got punched out by CaptainAmerica.ComicBook/CaptainAmerica. He was also cloned and came back as "the Hate-Monger", a supervillain dressed in a purple KKK outfit, before being KilledOffForReal. He was also shown explicitly as the Red Skull's benefactor -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards something that makes the Red Skull really unpopular with the rest of the supervillain community]]. Hitler didn't die by his own hand, but was instead [[KillItWithFire burned alive]] by the Human Torch and his sidekick Toro. Hardly IngloriousBasterds, but it works.
4th Feb '16 4:04:41 PM nombretomado
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** In the MarvelUniverse, Hitler got punched out by CaptainAmerica. He was also cloned and came back as "the Hate-Monger", a supervillain dressed in a purple KKK outfit, before being KilledOffForReal. He was also shown explicitly as the Red Skull's benefactor -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards something that makes the Red Skull really unpopular with the rest of the supervillain community]].
** Also, Hitler didn't die by his own hand, but was instead [[KillItWithFire burned alive]] by the Human Torch and his sidekick Toro. Hardly IngloriousBasterds, but it works.

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** In the MarvelUniverse, Hitler got punched out by CaptainAmerica. He was also cloned and came back as "the Hate-Monger", a supervillain dressed in a purple KKK outfit, before being KilledOffForReal. He was also shown explicitly as the Red Skull's benefactor -- [[EvenEvilHasStandards something that makes the Red Skull really unpopular with the rest of the supervillain community]].
** Also,
community]]. Hitler didn't die by his own hand, but was instead [[KillItWithFire burned alive]] by the Human Torch and his sidekick Toro. Hardly IngloriousBasterds, but it works.
24th Jan '16 6:25:32 PM nombretomado
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** And he was cloned - ''[[UpToEleven twice]]'' - in the abysmal {{Elseworlds}} story ''SupermanAtEarthsEnd''.

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** And he was cloned - ''[[UpToEleven twice]]'' - in the abysmal {{Elseworlds}} story ''SupermanAtEarthsEnd''.''ComicBook/SupermanAtEarthsEnd''.
29th Nov '15 1:58:11 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Not quite, in the comics Hitler does fake his death only to battle Hellboy sometime after the war. While Hitler's body was destroyed in the fight, his head was left intact and found by Nazi loyalists who managed to save Hitler's brain like in the eponymous film. [[spoiler: In a twist, his brain is placed in a jar, mounted on the body of an ape and gains PsychicPowers, and would go on to become TheSavageDragon villain, Brainiape (Hitler's brain also gained the ability to survive without a body and move about on it's own, for some reason).]]

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** Not quite, in the comics Hitler does fake his death only to battle Hellboy sometime after the war. While Hitler's body was destroyed in the fight, his head was left intact and found by Nazi loyalists who managed to save Hitler's brain like in the eponymous film. [[spoiler: In a twist, his brain is placed in a jar, mounted on the body of an ape and gains PsychicPowers, and would go on to become TheSavageDragon ComicBook/TheSavageDragon villain, Brainiape (Hitler's brain also gained the ability to survive without a body and move about on it's own, for some reason).]]
10th Oct '15 3:30:00 AM SeptimusHeap
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** In TheDCU, Hitler supposedly got hold of the Spear of Destiny (the lance that pierced Christ on the cross), which gave him power over any superhuman who set foot in the Nazi sphere of influence; this was used as an in-universe explanation for why the JusticeSocietyOfAmerica didn't simply march into Berlin and have the Spectre turn him into a bug and step on him. Granted, they -tried-, but one foot onto Axis territory and the heroes become just regular joes.

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** In TheDCU, Hitler supposedly got hold of the Spear of Destiny (the lance that pierced Christ on the cross), which gave him power over any superhuman who set foot in the Nazi sphere of influence; this was used as an in-universe explanation for why the JusticeSocietyOfAmerica ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica didn't simply march into Berlin and have the Spectre turn him into a bug and step on him. Granted, they -tried-, but one foot onto Axis territory and the heroes become just regular joes.
10th Oct '15 3:29:39 AM SeptimusHeap
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Despite his hopes, the war was lost... and lost in a way which did ''not'' see the German Army [[ExactWords fully]] defeated in the field, but, in not only Hitler's mind but also those of the many who would later follow him, via the cowardly surrender of the nation's politicians. In the aftermath, the nation was [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown forced to make concessions]] that would damage it for decades. German lands were stripped, and areas with German citizens who spoke German and wanted to ''remain'' German were seized and occupied. Germany refused to pay the reparation debt, and turned to inflationary monetary policy to pay Germans who refused to work in the occupied territories as a reward/incentive. And a few years later, the Great Depression came, plunging entire nations into hyperinflation and bringing Germany closer to being a [[WorldHalfEmpty Nation Half Empty]]. Long story short, Germany was a nation with a ''huge'' chip on its shoulder; the only thing it needed was a [[DarkMessiah charismatic leader]] to stir up its [[PatrioticFervour xenophobic nationalism]] and get a really focused rebuilding effort started. Hitler was that man, and in 1938 he was named Time Magazine's Man Of The Year in recognition of his highly successful and (supposedly) peaceful reconstruction policies. Of course, this was ''before'' anyone knew he was a [[EddieIzzard genocidal fuckhead]] (well, except paranoid scaremongers who read ''Mein Kampf'', published 1925-26, and [[CassandraTruth took it at face value]]), and, as always, it's worth noting that Time's "Man of the Year" designation recognizes a person's ''influence'' on the world and is not an award for good behavior.

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Despite his hopes, the war was lost... and lost in a way which did ''not'' see the German Army [[ExactWords fully]] defeated in the field, but, in not only Hitler's mind but also those of the many who would later follow him, via the cowardly surrender of the nation's politicians. In the aftermath, the nation was [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown forced to make concessions]] that would damage it for decades. German lands were stripped, and areas with German citizens who spoke German and wanted to ''remain'' German were seized and occupied. Germany refused to pay the reparation debt, and turned to inflationary monetary policy to pay Germans who refused to work in the occupied territories as a reward/incentive. And a few years later, the Great Depression came, plunging entire nations into hyperinflation and bringing Germany closer to being a [[WorldHalfEmpty Nation Half Empty]]. Long story short, Germany was a nation with a ''huge'' chip on its shoulder; the only thing it needed was a [[DarkMessiah charismatic leader]] to stir up its [[PatrioticFervour xenophobic nationalism]] and get a really focused rebuilding effort started. Hitler was that man, and in 1938 he was named Time Magazine's Man Of The Year in recognition of his highly successful and (supposedly) peaceful reconstruction policies. Of course, this was ''before'' anyone knew he was a [[EddieIzzard [[Creator/EddieIzzard genocidal fuckhead]] (well, except paranoid scaremongers who read ''Mein Kampf'', published 1925-26, and [[CassandraTruth took it at face value]]), and, as always, it's worth noting that Time's "Man of the Year" designation recognizes a person's ''influence'' on the world and is not an award for good behavior.
6th Sep '15 1:37:43 AM SeptimusHeap
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See the NaziGermany page for the rest of the most (in)famous Nazis.

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See the NaziGermany UsefulNotes/NaziGermany page for the rest of the most (in)famous Nazis.
3rd Aug '15 2:37:18 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' [[CaptainObvious Hitler is Germany's boss.]] [[TheFaceless We only see his back, though.]]

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* In ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'' [[CaptainObvious Hitler is Germany's boss.]] boss. [[TheFaceless We only see his back, though.]]
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