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O III Reich no auge (imagens da revista LIFE)

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Fotos históricas da revista Life, retratando o auge do III Reich. …

Fotos históricas da revista Life, retratando o auge do III Reich.
Vendo essas imagens, é possível avaliar o esmagador apoio popular que o regime de Hitler tinha entre os alemães. Isso explica em muito a cegueira aparente da opinião pública frente às barbaridades praticadas pelo nazismo, em nome de uma pretensa superioridade racial e moral.


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  • 1. Photos rares du 3e Reichconservées par la revue Life History you don’t get to see often… Musique et défilement: manuel
  • 2. Fascist and Nazi Love Fest
  • 3. Body of the Nazi Empire
  • 4. SS ChiefHeinrichHimmler1930
  • 5. Hermann Goering1943
  • 6. Arthur Seyss-Inquart With Hermann Goering, 1938
  • 7. Minister of the Reich Wilhelm Frick, Berlin, 1933
  • 8. Julius Streicher 1935
  • 9. No Mercy"Partisans Beat the EnemyWithout Mercy," 1941.
  • 10. Forward!To the West!
  • 11. Weve BeatenThem BeforeA 1942 Soviet poster reminds Russian soldiers of Russias successes in 1242 against the Teutonic Order.
  • 12. VIPs at Hitlers 50th Birthday Celebration, 1939
  • 13. Berlin Burns, 1945
  • 14. Gestapo Headquarters, Berlin, 1945