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General Carl-Heinrich von Stülpnagel in Poland 1941. #Wehrmacht #War #Ww2 #WorldWar2 #WorldWar

Think the Germans were very fond of being photographed and even willing to smile…

RAW WW2 HISTORY REDEFINED: World War Two In Cartoons By DAVID LOW

Second World War cartoons by the British cartoonist David Low.

RAW WW2 HISTORY REDEFINED: World War Two In Cartoons By DAVID LOW

Second World War cartoons by the British cartoonist David Low.

Nazi ideology was diffused through a vast array of propaganda in the form of posters, film, literature and even postage stamps glorifying German women in the role of motherhood for the Reich. Women were encouraged to have as many children as possible otherwise, Hitler warned, the German race would be overrun by so-called inferior races. They even received "mothers crosses", medals that looked similar to military decorations, in gold, silver, or bronze. The bronze medal for those with 8 or…

The Nazis used a large amount of Propaganda at women in Nazi Germany to encourage them to lead the kind of lives Nazi approved of.

Donald and "Uncle Adolf" at a rally in 1939. Donald learned a lot from his "Uncle," but decided to switch out the hat for his now famous red cap. Hitler thought he was making a mistake, but Donald insisted that he would someday make America Great Again, and become President. Hitler thought Donald was "Shtupit," but played along because he thought the boy was a perfect patsy and "nasty little Nazi."

Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler poses with a young member of the Nazi Youth. >> I wonder who the boy is, what he was thinking at the time, and what he though after ended.

RAW WW2 HISTORY REDEFINED: World War Two In Cartoons By DAVID LOW

Second World War cartoons by the British cartoonist David Low.

Une histoire des "Allemands ordinaires" dans une région emblématique, la Bavière, où Adolf Hitler fit ses premiers pas. La reconstitution vivante et minutieuse d'un quotidien marqué par le conformisme, l'inertie, l'adhésion, la peur ou le renoncement. Comment "l'homme de la rue", prompt à s'enthousiasmer pour les défilés nazis, réagit-il au boycott des commerces juifs, aux attaques contre le clergé, à la brutalité des SS et à la répression des opposants ?

Sudeten Residents Cheering Hitler - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Sieg Heil! 88

Hitler accepts the ovation of the Reichstag after announcing the `peaceful’ acquisition of Austria. It set the stage to annex the Czechoslovakian Sudetenland, largely inhabited by a German- speaking population.

Май 1945 года. Вот он поверженный Рейхстаг!

Этот день в 1942 on

thebeautyandthehorror: “ Mikhail Makarov, soldier, infantryman, who reached Berlin. Front of the Reichstag. Location: Berlin, Germany Time taken: May 1945 Author: Anatoly Morozov ”

The people of Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad in German, Carlsbad in English) in Czech Sudetenland rejoice at the arrival of Adolf Hitler, 4th October 1938. (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

The people of Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad in German, Carlsbad in English) in Czech Sudetenland rejoice at the arrival of Adolf Hitler, October (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Typhoon class submarine Dmitriy Donskoy under construction, 3 more comments [795x1100]

Typhoon class submarine Dmitriy Donskoy under construction, 3 more comments [795x1100]

David Low draws himself drawing the Axis dictators as they weep at their defeat towards the end of #WW2

David Low draws himself drawing the Axis dictators as they weep at their defeat towards the end of

The Nightmare Waiting List - a David Low cartoon from September 1938

Originally from New Zealand, David Low was a political cartoonist who worked for many years in the United Kingdom.

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