Spanish Civil War Germany Propaganda Collection

Spanish Civil War Germany Propaganda Collection
Spanish Civil War Germany Propaganda Collection: Nazi Germany was supporting Franco’s Nationalists both by sending weapons and armament, but also used the battlefield as testing ground for the coming Blitzkrieg, by sending a Condor Legion to assist Nationalist and fine tune tactics and technique in real battle.

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Some interesting related links:

Wikipedia article about Spanish Civil War

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Germany Interwar Propaganda Collection

Germany Interwar Propaganda Collection: (Wikipedia)

Germany Interwar Propaganda Collection:

Weimar Republic

(1918-1933)
Germany Interwar Period Weimar Republic

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Nazi Germany:

(1933-1945)
Germany Interwar Period Nazi Germany

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Some interesting Germany Interwar related links:

Wikipedia article about Interwar Period
Wikipedia article about Weimar Republic
Wikipedia article about Nazi Germany

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Germany Travel Poster and Ad Collection

Germany Travel Poster and Ad Collection
Germany Travel Poster and Ad Collection: Germany is the seventh most visited country in the world, with a total of 407.26 million overnights during 2012. This number includes 68.83 million nights by foreign visitors, the majority of foreign tourists in 2009 coming from the Netherlands, the United States and Switzerland (see table). Additionally, more than 30% of Germans spend their holiday in their own country. According to Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Reports, Germany is rated as one of the safest travel destinations worldwide. (Wikipedia)

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Some interesting Germany Travel related links:

Wikipedia article about Tourism in Germany

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West Germany Cold War Propaganda Collection

West Germany Cold War Propaganda Collection
West Germany Cold War Propaganda Collection: After the Second World War, Germany were divided between the zones controlled by victorious allies. French, British and US Sector was united as West Germany and Soviet Sector as East Germany. West Germany (as the name suggest), belonged to the Western block and joined into Nato.

West Germany Cold War Propaganda Collection:

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Some interesting Cold War related links:

Wikipedia article about Cold War

The Cold War Museum

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Germany WW2 Propaganda Collection

Germany WW2 Propaganda Collection
Germany WW2 Propaganda Collection: Germany, Nazi Germany started the Second World War by attacking Poland in 1939 causing both United Kingdom and France declare war against Germany. The War in Europe ended 1945 to the capitulation of Nazi Germany in 1945.

Germany WW2 Propaganda Collection:

Recruiting:

Wehrmacht: (Regular Army)

Luftwaffe: (Air Forces)

Kriegsmarine: (Navy)

Waffen SS: (Fighting SS)

Waffen SS Foreign Divisions:

Volksturm: (People’s Army)

NS Reichskriegersbund: (War Veterans)

Hitlerjugend: (Hitler Youth)

Bund Deutscher Mädel: (League of German Girls)

Gear and Vehicles:

Anti-Enemy and Racism:

Axis Powers: (German Allies)

Fighting and Morale:

Production:

Finance:

Careless Talk:

Home Front:

War time advertising:

Die Wehrmacht:

Military Magazine, edited by Oberkommando der Wehrmacht

Die Adler:

Military Magazine, edited by Luftwaffe

Die Kriegsmarine:

Military Magazine, edited by German Navy

Illustrierter Filmkurier:

Illustrated Daily Film Magazine

Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung:

Weekly illustrated magazine published in Berlin

Illustrierter Beobachter (Illustrated Observer):

Illustrated propaganda magazine from the German Nazi Party

Der Pimpf:

Nazi magazine for boys

Germany WW2 Military Art:

Frauen schaffen für euch 1943:

Women works for you

European Front:

Atlantic Front:

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African Front:

Some interesting World War II related links:

Wikipedia article about World War II

World War II in HistoryNet

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Germany WW1 Propaganda Collection

Germany WW1 Propaganda Poster and Military Art Collection
Germany WW1 Propaganda Collection: Following the assassination of the Austro-Hungarian Archduke of Austria-Este, Franz Ferdinand by Bosnian Serbs, the Kaiser offered Emperor Franz Joseph full support for Austro-Hungarian plans to invade the Kingdom of Serbia, which Austria-Hungary blamed for the assassination. This unconditional support for Austria-Hungary was called a blank cheque by historians, including German Fritz Fischer. Subsequent interpretation – for example at the Versailles Peace Conference – was that this “blank cheque” licensed Austro-Hungarian aggression regardless of the diplomatic consequences, and thus Germany bore responsibility for starting the war, or at least provoking a wider conflict. (Wikipedia)

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Some interesting World War I related links:

Wikipedia article about World War I, The Great War
Wikipedia documentary about the Great War
Multimedia history of world war one
A Guide to WW1 Battlefields and History of the First World War

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Germany Beginning of 1900’s

Germany Beginning of 1900's Propaganda
Germany Beginning of 1900’s: The German Empire (German: Deutsches Kaiserreich), variously referred to as the German Reich or Realm, the Second Reich, or Imperial Germany, was the historical German nation state that existed from the unification of Germany in 1871 to the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II in November 1918, when Germany became a federal republic. (Wikipedia)

Germany Beginning of 1900’s Propaganda Posters and Military Art

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