GroSsdeutsches Reich articles on Wikipedia
Greater Germanic Reich
GroSsdeutsches Reich in 1942, with Reichskommissariat-OstlandReichskommissariat Ostland (upper centre), Reichskommissariat-UkraineReichskommissariat Ukraine (lower right), and (never fully realized) Reichskommissariat
Apr 13th 2017

Nazi Germany
official name of the state was Deutsches Reich from 1933 to 1943 and GroSsdeutsches Reich ("Greater German Reich") from 1943 to 1945. The period is also known
Apr 27th 2017

German Reich
1943 to 1945, the official name was – but not formally proclaimed – GroSsdeutsches Reich ("Greater German Reich") on account of the new territories annexed
Feb 25th 2017

Greater German Reich
German-Reich">Greater German Reich (German: GroSsdeutsches Reich) may refer to: Nazi Germany, the official state name of which was "German-Reich">Greater German Reich" from 1943 to
Dec 9th 2016

Deutsches Reich), 1933–1943, later the German-Reich">Greater German Reich (German: GroSsdeutsches Reich), 1943–1945 The 1918–1933 Weimar period, which still used the official
Apr 20th 2017

Reichskommissariat Ostland
in the east, as administrative units of the Greater German Reich (GroSsdeutsches Reich). The structure of the Reichskommissariats was defined by the same
Apr 22nd 2017

Nazi songs
Nazi songs were written for the Nazi Party (NSDAP) in Germany. Some songs which are much older than the post-World War I Nazi movement, and which were
Apr 13th 2017

Glossary of Nazi Germany
parts of pre-war Poland that were not directly incorporated into the GroSsdeutsches Reich, but were otherwise placed under a totally German-ruled civil government
Apr 26th 2017

German Question
GroSsdeutsches Reich ("Greater German Reich") and colloquially as GroSsdeutschland. The names were informal at first, but the change to GroSsdeutsches Reich
Feb 16th 2017

Großdeutschland (disambiguation)
informally adopted by Nazi Germany after annexing Austria in March 1938. GroSsdeutsches Reich, Nazi Germany's official state name from 1943 to 1945. Infantry
Jun 22nd 2014

Names of Germany
GroSsdeutschland; and in 1943 the German Reich was officially renamed GroSsdeutsches Reich. However, these expressions became neither common nor popular. In
Apr 17th 2017

Postage stamps and postal history of Germany
the war the stamp inscription "Deutsches Reich" was changed to "Grossdeutsches Reich" (Greater German Empire). Field post stamps were issued for the military
Apr 9th 2017

Adolf Hitler
Hitler portrayed on a 42 pfennig stamp from 1944. The term Grossdeutsches Reich (Greater German Reich) was first used in 1943 for the expanded Germany
Apr 30th 2017

Große Freiheit Nr. 7
Nazi Germany on 12 December 1944, and was only shown outside of the GroSsdeutsches Reich proper, with the premiere on 15 December 1944 in occupied Prague
Mar 25th 2017

Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany
area's complete future integration into the Greater German Reich (Grossdeutsches Reich). The German bureaucrats subsequently discussed various proposals
Apr 4th 2017

Franz Langoth
National Socialism On a 12 February On an 11 March Career in the "GroSsdeutsches Reich" (Greater German Reich) Radomir Luza, The Resistance in Austria
Aug 18th 2016

of the Führer dated 17 July 1941, as administrative units of the "GroSsdeutsches Reich" (Greater Germany). They were subject to Reichsleiter Alfred Rosenberg[citation
Jan 3rd 2017

Bombing of Munich in World War II
policy of carpet bombing (flachenbombardement). At the start of the GroSsdeutsches Reich in 1939, Munich had a population of around 830,000, and was the fourth-largest
Mar 4th 2017

March 1939
The following events occurred in March 1939: A munitions dump exploded in Hirakata, Osaka, Japan. Early estimates put the dead at over 200 people dead
Apr 27th 2017

Karl Haushofer
Karl Ernst Haushofer (27 August 1869 – 10 March 1946) was a German general, geographer and politician. Through his student Rudolf Hess, Haushofer's ideas
Mar 11th 2017

Operation Paperclip
and its military-industrial complex was unprepared to defend the GroSsdeutsches Reich (Greater German Reich) against the Red Army's westward counterattack
Apr 29th 2017

Teutonic Order
Germany in 1938, the Teutonic Order was suppressed throughout the GroSsdeutsches Reich until defeat of that regime, although the Nazis used imagery of the
Apr 16th 2017

History of Poland (1939–45)
with its capital at Krakow. It became a part of Greater Germany (Grossdeutsches Reich). The General Government was originally subdivided into four districts
Apr 19th 2017

Empire of Japan
"Great", Nippon "Japanese", Teikoku "Empire"). This is analogous to GroSsdeutsches Reich, a term that translates to "Greater German Empire" in English and
Apr 25th 2017

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