Germania: History of the Third Reich

By: BookAnon

Germania, is a written documentary of National Socialism in Germany. More than 500 pages long, but with many amazing photos contained within. It starts with the first world war and chronicles the foundation of National Socialism and the Weimar Republic. The numerous figures, organizations and events in National Socialism are documented in this book. It contains the biography of Adolf Hitler, Horst Wessel, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Eva Hitler, Reinhard Heydrich, Erich Hartmann, Otto Skorzeny, Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Göring among many other topics. The cultural and technological advancements of the Reich are also explored such as the Tiger Tanks, Jet fighters, helicopters and ballistic missiles of World War II. The myths of World War II have been exposed bare. A continuing series of episodes have been made from the original book including a feature length documentary film about National Socialism in Germany.

The Second World War was the greatest and deadliest military conflict in human history from 1939 to 1945, the struggle in Europe was essentially a war of annihilation directed against Germany and its allies by the leading great powers of the 20th century which is regularly trivialized, concealed or denied by published opinion and the “politically correct” historiography. It was the amalgamation of two theaters, with the second Sino-Japanese War beginning in 1937 and the European War in 1939. War against Germany was planned as early as 1933 after Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany and destabilized the power of international bankers. The wars and conflicts from 1914 to 1945 are also known as the Second Thirty Years’ War which clarifies the chronological and substantive connections between the First World War, the interwar period and the Second World War, the term is derived from the Thirty Years’ War, in which Germany was largely devastated. From 1944, the offensive against Germany escalated to systematic mass extermination of Germans as a result of the Allied bombing and expulsion. Winston Churchill wrote to Stalin on February 27, 1944: “I look at the Second World War as the Thirty Years’ War against German attack starting since 1914.” The War in Europe was the greatest struggle of the German people for their freedom and self-determination, which the German Reich ultimately lost against an overpowering enemy of different interests and ideologies – after an unprecedented and heroic defense. Nevertheless, the German Wehrmacht, with the participation of numerous European and non-European countries, had been able to prevent the complete Bolshevization of Europe with a multinational sacrifice. The world had also witnessed the deployment of two of the first nuclear bombs on Japan initiating the Nuclear Age. In addition, the Second World War made numerous states and peoples completely dependent on the victorious powers of this war. As a result, the war winners formed occupation structures and alliances of states controlled by them; NATO and the Warsaw Pact. Another result of the war was the establishment of the Jewish occupation of Palestine and the creation of Israel. On February 5, 2015, George Friedman, director of the transatlantic politicizing organization called STRATFOR, said that for a century it had been the main goal of US American global politics to prevent a German-Russian alliance; and the events in connection with the Second Thirty Years’ War, the Russian Revolutions, the Cold War and the continuing American military deployment in Europe directed against Russia are impressive evidence of the relevance of this global political goal.


Germania: History of the Third Reich – Episode 1: Bolshevik Revolution
Germania: History of the Third Reich – Episode 2: Armistice
Germania: History of the Third Reich – Episode 3: Adolf Hitler
Germania: History of the Third Reich – Episode 4: The Weimar Republic
Germania: History of the Third Reich – Episode 5: The Frankfurt School
Germania: History of the Third Reich – Episode 6: Horst Wessel
Germania: History of the Third Reich – National Socialism

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  1. Wow, the footage of the last film is stunning, all color, all hi-q, no cannons and only a little screaming, as much as I think Hitler was a great man, listening to him for half an hour is a little hard on my ears and the darn subtitles are akways too small… There is also a ton of details I didn’t know, which is always appreciated but the narrator, Jon I think never stops, I had to pause the vid a few times to assimilate a lttle, there’s more than enough material for two films in there so a little breathing time would have been nice but that not important, what matters is the huge amount of work he put in there, If I had to pick a film to show someone who has no idea what NS is I would pick this one over any other, no doubt about it. Thanks everyone.

    1. An excellent podcast here:

      • Deanna Spingola and Matt Koehl – Examining Hitler’s Social Policies and Goals, and Germany’s Cultural, Financial, and Scientific Achievements – on archive-dot-org

      And a little bonus
      • Hitler’s first two laws
      “Rabbi Yaron Reuven – “Who knows the first two laws that Hitler implemented … ?”” – on bitchute

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