National Socialist Germany
National Socialist Germany commonly referred to unofficially as the Third Reich was governed by the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) during the 1933-45 period with National Socialism as the state ideology.
The official name of the state continued as the German Reich (German: Deutsches Reich). From 1943 onwards, it became the Greater Germanic Reich of the German Nation (German: Großgermanisches Reich Deutscher Nation), often shortened to the Greater German Reich (German: Großdeutsches Reich).
See the article on Germany on the origins and meanings of the terms "Reich" and "Third Reich".
Flag of National Socialist Germany between 1935 and 1945. See also swastika.
- National Socialist Germany revisionism
- German Empire
- German Reich
- Art in the Third Reich
- World War II
- See the article on National Socialism regarding external links specifically on this topic
- How Hitler Tackled Unemployment And Revived Germany’s Economy
- Hitler, the Unemployed and Autarky
- A Prominent German Historian Tackles Taboos of Third Reich History
- Worm in the Apple
- In Defence of Germany
- The Case for Germany. A Study of Modern Germany