National Success’ of the Third Reich – Historical Tribune

 - The Third Reich The SS George Constable, 1989, some photograph material, 188 pages. $55.

Obersalzberg/Berghof - Third Reich in Ruins

- Nurnberg 1934, Oberprasident Erich Koch. A photo documentary of the Reichspartietag 1934. Historical in content and early NSDAP publication. Semi-hardbound. Rare. $250.

Magda Goebbels, First Lady of the Third Reich

- Der Schulungsbrief, 1938-1943, Berlin Jahrgang, cloth bound cover collection of 12 NSDAP magazines. An excellent collection of Third Reich NSDAP published propaganda magines..$650.

- UNSER FAMILIEN BUCH. This book would be a chronical of an entire family's participation in the various services and organizations of the Third reich. This would include sections for the Hitlerjugend, RAD, SS, etc. Rare and unused. Displays moisture damage on the front and rear red cloth covers. One of the pins that secures the covers is missing. $295.


Biocentric Political Thought in the Third Reich: A …

Wagner authority Robert R. Gibson has offered further reasons for the ban on Parsifal. He argues that the opera's main character learns pacifism throughout his long journeys, and ultimately becomes a compassionate human being. These traits were considered feminine attributes, and not worthy of the idealized Nazi conception of the Aryan male. The author adds that the ban occurred at the time when the Nazis were busy suppressing homosexuality. Propaganda Minister Josef Goebbels had already denounced priestly and monastic celibate life in a speech in 1937. Parsifal, with its representation of a community of quasi-religious brothers who embrace (The SS were forbidden to touch one another), must have been anathema to the Third Reich.

Children To A Degree - Growing Up Under the Third Reich

- "DIE NEUE REICHSKANZLEI" This hardbound work features the building that housed the office of Adolf Hitler and provided a physical statement of the National Socialists goal of building the "Thousand Year Reich". The Reichskanzlei was designed by Albert Speer and the building stood as Speer's crowning achievement. The book features 125 pages of photographs and text of the Fuhrer's office with furnishings, the Aryan artwork that adorned the offices, conference rooms and corridors. Of further interest are architectural schematics of the building that are included. $500.

Being born a poster child for the Third Reich - The Local

On January 13, 1933 the newly-elected National Socialist Party celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of Richard Wagner's death by staging a grandiose memorial ceremony in Leipzig, the composer's birthplace. Adolf Hitler invited Siegfried Wagner's widow, the English-born Winifred, and her son Wieland to be guests of honor at this event. This tribute by the Nazis was the beginning of a deep friendship between the Führer and the Wagner family, forging a link between the new Germany and the country's revered composer. Within weeks of becoming Chancellor of Germany, Hitler had appropriated Wagner and made him the Reich's great beacon. Each summer, from 1933 to 1939, Hitler attended the Bayreuth Festival, and he made the Wagner estate, Wahnfried, his second home. Because she had been one of his earliest supporters, Hitler had great affection for Winifred. Hitler repaid the Wagner family gratitude by pledging his undying friendship and his deepest devotion to Richard Wagner and Bayreuth. With the assistance of Dr. Josef Goebbels, Hitler's untiring propaganda minister, Richard Wagner became the legendary and ideological voice of the new party, and the musical standard by which all classical composers would, from now on, be judged. This is how Richard Wagner and Bayreuth fell under the weight of the swastika during the years before the beginning of World War II.

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- "DIE NEUE REICHSKANZLEI" . This hardbound work features the building that housed the office of Adolf Hitler and provided a physical statement of the National Socialists goal of building the "Thousand Year Reich". The Reichskanzlei was designed by Albert Speer and the building stood as Speer's crowning achievement. The book features 125 pages of photographs and text of the Fuhrer's office with furnishings, the Aryan artwork that adorned the offices, conference rooms and corridors. Of further interest are architectural schematics of the building that are included. $500.