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* ''Hitler's Empire'' by Mark Mazower
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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarII -- The war Nazi Germany started in Europe and lost.

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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarII -- The war Nazi Germany started in Europe Europe, fought and lost.
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* UsefulNotes/ErwinRommel -- A famous military figure.

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* UsefulNotes/ErwinRommel -- A famous military figure.figure of the era.
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* Rumor has it that a [=proto=]-RealityTV program ''An Evening with Hans and Gelli'' was in the making on Nazi Germany's burgeoning (but never completed nor widespread) TV network as part of the regime's propaganda, depicting the wholesome Aryan life of a young German couple for the rest of the population to model themselves on. In fact, all early TV programs projects were supposed to be yet another mean of propaganda.

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* Rumor has it that a [=proto=]-RealityTV program ''An called ''Ein Abend mit Hans und Gelli'' (''An Evening with Hans and Gelli'' Gelli'') was in the making on Nazi Germany's burgeoning (but never completed nor widespread) TV network as part of the regime's propaganda, depicting the wholesome Aryan life of a young German couple for the rest of the population to model themselves on. In fact, all early TV programs projects were supposed to be yet another mean of propaganda.
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* Rumor has it that a [=proto=]-RealityTV program ''An Evening with Hans and Gelli'' was in the making on Nazi Germany's burgeoning (but never completed nor widespread) TV network as part of the regime's propaganda, depicting the wholesome Aryan life of a young German couple for the rest of the population to model themselves on. In fact, all early TV programs projects were supposed to be yet another mean of propaganda.
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* ''Cubby's World Flight'' by Creator/VanBeurenStudios is the earliest known cartoon depicting Adolf Hitler[[note]]It came out in September 1933, Hitler became Chancellor in January 1933[[/note]]. He is simply seen wearing Lederhosen and greeting Cubby with a beer Maß
as he passes over Germany in his plane, alongside Paul von Hindenburg and an unidentified blond officer.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/BoskoTheTalkInkKid Bosko's Picture Show]]''

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* ''Cubby's World Flight'' by Creator/VanBeurenStudios is the earliest known cartoon depicting Adolf Hitler[[note]]It came out in September August 1933, Hitler became Chancellor in January 1933[[/note]]. He is simply seen wearing Lederhosen and greeting Cubby with a beer Maß
Maß as he passes over Germany in his plane, alongside Paul von Hindenburg and an unidentified blond officer.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/BoskoTheTalkInkKid Bosko's Picture Show]]'' (September 1933) is [[TakeThat much more offensive]], depicting a literally AxCrazy Hitler chasing [[GagNose big-nosed]] actor Jimmy Durante with an ax in the fictional town of Pretzel.
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* ''Cubby's World Flight'' by Creator/VanBeurenStudios is the earliest known cartoon depicting Adolf Hitler[[note]]It came out in September 1933, Hitler became Chancellor in January 1933[[/note]]. He is simply seen wearing Lederhosen and greeting Cubby with a beer Maß
as he passes over Germany in his plane, alongside Paul von Hindenburg and an unidentified blond officer.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/BoskoTheTalkInkKid Bosko's Picture Show]]''
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* ''Film/TriumphOfTheWill'', 1934 -- Leni Riefenstahl's infamous 1934 propaganda film. It notably inspired Creator/GeorgeLucas, who based the last scene of ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars]]'' on this very film.

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* ''Film/TriumphOfTheWill'', 1934 -- Leni Riefenstahl's infamous 1934 propaganda film.film and her best known work. It notably inspired Creator/GeorgeLucas, who based the last scene of ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars]]'' on this very film.
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Nazi Germany is the name commonly used to refer to the German nation when it was ruled by UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler in the years 1933-1945. It is also known as the '''Third Reich'''.[[note]]Hitler styled "his" new Germany as the "1000-year Reich", for which he got a lot of mockery after the war when it turned out to last only twelve years - although its crimes may well be remembered for over 1000 years.[[/note]] (the First being the UsefulNotes/HolyRomanEmpire,[[note]]Which actually kinda-sorta did make it to 1,000 years, although you have to twist the definition of the HRE to include Charlemagne (crowned "Emperor of the Romans" in 800) even though the first "Holy Roman Emperor" was Otto I (crowned in 962), and forget that the HRE spent the last 300 years or so of its existence as a powerless shell ("[[Creator/{{Voltaire}} neither holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire]]") kept around as a trophy by the Austrian monarchs.[[/note]] and the Second being UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany under the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty). The Nazis did not actually change the ''official'' name of the country until 1942; for ten of their twelve years in power, it remained simply '''Deutsches Reich''' (literally, "German Realm"), as it had been since 1871. In 1942, it was officially renamed '''Großdeutsches Reich''' (literally, "Greater German Realm"), to reflect their large territorial gains and the "unification" of the German-speaking lands, and to [[CallBack hark back]] to the ''Großdeutsche Lösung'' ("Greater German Solution") to the "[[UsefulNotes/AllTheLittleGermanies German Question]]". Therefore, the names "Nazi Germany" and "Third Reich" are conventions for historians, not official denominations[[note]]When a Modern German talks about the 1933-1945 period, he or she may often call it ''Zeit des Nationalsozialismus'' or ''Nazizeit'' - "time of national-socialism" "time of the Nazis" among many, many other names or "[[TheScottishTrope You know who]]" kind of descriptions[[/note]].

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Nazi Germany is the name commonly used to refer to the German nation when it was ruled by UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler in the years 1933-1945. It is also known as the '''Third Reich'''.[[note]]Hitler styled "his" new Germany as the "1000-year Reich", for which he got a lot of mockery after the war when it turned out to last only twelve years - although its crimes may well be remembered for over 1000 years.[[/note]] (the First being the UsefulNotes/HolyRomanEmpire,[[note]]Which actually kinda-sorta did make it to 1,000 years, although you have to twist the definition of the HRE to include Charlemagne (crowned "Emperor of the Romans" in 800) even though the first "Holy Roman Emperor" was Otto I (crowned in 962), and forget that the HRE spent the last 300 years or so of its existence as a powerless shell ("[[Creator/{{Voltaire}} neither holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire]]") kept around as a trophy by the Austrian monarchs.[[/note]] and the Second being UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany under the Prussian Hohenzollern dynasty).UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany). The Nazis did not actually change the ''official'' name of the country until 1942; for ten of their twelve years in power, it remained simply '''Deutsches Reich''' (literally, "German Realm"), as it had been since 1871. In 1942, it was officially renamed '''Großdeutsches Reich''' (literally, "Greater German Realm"), to reflect their large territorial gains and the "unification" of the German-speaking lands, and to [[CallBack hark back]] to the ''Großdeutsche Lösung'' ("Greater German Solution") to the "[[UsefulNotes/AllTheLittleGermanies German Question]]". Therefore, the names "Nazi Germany" and "Third Reich" are conventions for historians, not official denominations[[note]]When a Modern German talks about the 1933-1945 period, he or she may often call it ''Zeit des Nationalsozialismus'' or ''Nazizeit'' - "time of national-socialism" "time of the Nazis" among many, many other names or "[[TheScottishTrope You know who]]" kind of descriptions[[/note]].
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* ''Literature/MeinKampf'': While written in the 1920s, it was definitely the era's best seller. It was even given ''free'' to every newlywed couple and every soldier fighting at the front.

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* ''Literature/MeinKampf'': ''Literature/MeinKampf'' (''My Struggle''): While written in the 1920s, it was definitely the era's best seller. It was even given ''free'' to every newlywed couple and every soldier fighting at the front.front.
* ''Auf den Marmorklippen'' (''On the Marble Cliffs''): A novella written in 1939 by Ernst Jünger and not censored by the regime, it describes the upheaval and ruin of a serene agricultural society. Prone to AlternateAesopInterpretation, many people see a parable on nazism in it.
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