Adolf Hitler and the Army of Mankind

[Above: 'Wir alle sind Soldaten' = 'We are all Soldiers' (primitive late war graphic)]

     Page twenty-one. We'll start this with one of the strangest, unexpected profiles: Jews fighting for the Third Reich. If you don't already know, you are in for a mind blowing ride. Yes, there were thousands of Jews, around 150,000 that fought for Adolf Hitler. But I thought we were told they were all in concentration camps and being exterminated? More proof their narrative is bullshit. Wanna see more proof that our masters lied to us? Check out this German phone book from 1942/1943! Thousands of Jews listed, tons of businesses and other services ran by Jews. In BERLIN -- the capital of the Reich.


The rabbit hole just gets deeper and deeper doesn't it? It's all kind of hard to swallow after everything we've learned isn't it? So where is the truth? Why did they lie to us and lump all of the Jews into one giant pile of victims? Money, which they still get from Germany -- 75 years later, and counting!!! Sympathy. "Oh those poor, poor Jews..." The eternal victims. But what about that 150,000? I'm sure the commies and the Americans treated them badly and hurt their feelings. I think they should be getting payments too.

But the lies go much deeper. Jews were claiming the six million number as early as 1916. "Give us money now or six million Jews will starve." Check these out and fall deeper into the rabbit hole...

There were 150,000 'Nazi' Jews who fought for the Third Reich during WWII, including two generals, eight lieutenant generals, five major generals, 23 colonels and many of them no doubt giving their lives in combat. Why did they hide this from the world? Why were there a ton of Jewish businesses in 1943 in Berlin [see phone book above]? Of course, it's because it wouldn't fit their narrative of the poor defensless victim.

Bryan Rigg, from Cambridge University, has uncovered seventeen Jews who were awarded the Knight's Cross, Germany's highest military honor. Rigg also interviewed the former West German Chancellor, Helmut Schmidt, who had been an officer in the Luftwaffe even though he had a Jewish grandfather. Rigg had documented 1,200 cases and conducted more than 300 interviews of soldiers or their relatives. He uncovereed 30,000 documents and detailed the Jewish ancestry of two field marshals, 10 generals, 14 colonels and 30 majors.

'The revelation that Germans of Jewish blood, knowing the Nazi regime for what it was, served Hitler as uniformed members of his armed forces must come as a profound shock. It will surprise even professional historians of the Nazi years.'
--John Keegan, author of The Face of Battle and The Second World War

[Above: Some recent works. More and more information is coming to the light revealing more of their lies]

That is because these Jewish men knew what everyone else knew, National Socialist Germany was not the place that the victors painted it as. Below are just a few of the documented men with Jewish blood who fought for the Third Reich...

[Below: Emil Maurice, half Jewish, one of the Old Fighters who was beside Adolf Hitler during the Putsch. He was also the first personal driver of Adolf Hitler, not to mention an early member of the SS, and perhaps most importantly, a member of the Personal Guard of Adolf Hitler, the Stabswache. In 1923 he was imprisoned in Landsberg with Hitler for the failed Putsch. Note that in this picturee he wears the highly coveted Blood Order medal, for those who participated in the 1923 Putsch. After the war the Allies sentenced him to four years in slave labor camp.]

[Below: The most prestigious award in the Third Reich, the Blood Order medal.]

[Below: Emil Maurice, next to Hitler, in Landsberg, 1924.]

[Below: Werner Goldberg, who was half-Jewish, serving in the Wehrmacht. Young and handsome, Werner was featured on the cover of a National Socialist newspaper as 'The Ideal German Soldier.']

[Below: A Jewish man in National Socialist (NSDAP) uniform.]

[Below: Horst Geitner, a Jew who risked his life fighting for the Third Reich, was awarded both the Iron Cross Second Class and the Silver Wound Badge.]

[Below: Anton Mayer was a half-Jewish soldier who earned the Iron Cross and a wound badge.]

[Below: Admiral Bernhard Rogge, quarter Jewish, was awarded Germany's highest medal -- the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross plus the additional coveted oak leaves (not to mention both the Iron Cross 1st class and 2nd class). He was also awarded a samurai sword from the emperor of Japan.]

[Below: Admiral Bernhard Rogge.]

[Below: Admiral Bernhard Rogge.]

[Below: A half-Jewish Commander Paul Ascher, Admiral Lütjens's first staff officer on the battleship Bismarck. He was awarded the Iron Cross 1st class and 2nd class, plus the War Service Cross 2nd Class.]

[Below: Half-Jewish General Johannes Zukertort.]

[Below: Colonel Walter H. Hollaender was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (plus the Iron Cross 1st and 2nd class) and the German Cross in Gold. Additionally, he was awarded the Close Combat Badge. He was also a half-Jew.]

[Below: Jewish Luftwaffe General Helmut Wilberg was awarded the Iron Cross 1st and 2nd class plus several other medals.]

[Below: A half-Jewish Field-marshal named Erhard Milch. He was a personal friend of Hermann Goering. He joined the National Socialist party on April 1, 1929. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on May 4, 1940. After Milch was promoted to Field-marshal he was also put in charge of all aircraft production. At the end of the war, after remaining faithful and fighting until the last moments, he was captured by Allied forces on the Baltic coast on May 4, 1945. Upon surrendering, he presented his coveted Field-marshal baton to the British Brigadier commando Derek Mills-Roberts, who cowardly broke the baton over Milch's head in a savage beating! A criminal act, not to mention despicable, but typical of the Allied code of conduct. Many, many soldiers were simply murdered upon surrendering and buried in mass graves. Many more were murdered in P.O.W. 'camps' (open fields with no shelter or food) or concentration camps. Another favorite of the Allies was to crush the testicles of their prisoners. I shit you not. Look it up for yourself. Milch was imprisoned for 'war crimes' in Landsberg, and was released almost a decade later in 1954.]

[Below: Field-marshal Erhard Milch.]

[Below: Field-marshal Erhard Milch.]

[Below: Field-marshal Erhard Milch (left) with General Wolfram von Richthofen.]

[Below: General Gotthard Heinrici was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords, an incredible achievement. Heinrici was a highly respected tactician by Adolf Hitler himself. As proof he was made commander-in-chief of the last remaining forces of Army Group Vistula (final remnants of Army Group Center) in front of Berlin in April 1945. That aside, Heinrici's wife Gertrude was half Jewish.]

[Below: Gotthard Heinrici (left) with Adolf Hitler.]

[Below: Half-Jew, Hans Eppinger, a doctor and medical researcher of the SS. He worked at the Dachau concentration camp.]

[Below: Born to Jewish parents, meet Lieutenant Paul-Ludwig Hirschfeld. Holder of the War Merit Cross Second Class with Swords, Wound Badge and a Sharp-Shooter Badge.]

[Below: Half-Jew Ernst Prager and Hella Koberger during their wedding in October 1941. He earned the Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class and a Golden Wound Badge.]

[Below: Ernst Prager after surviving the hell of the Eastern Front, where he was shot a whopping seven times.]

[Below: Half-Jewish Lieutenant Colonel Ernst Bloch. As you can see he bares a disfiguring scar on his face from battle. He earned Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class, Wound Badge, War Service Cross 2nd Class and war Service Cross 1st Class.]

[Below: Half-Jewish Obergefreiter Dieter Fischer. He earned the Iron Cross 2nd Class, Wound Badge, Assault Badge and the Eastern Campaign Medal 1941-1942.]

[Below: Half Jew Klaus-Peter Scholz while in the RAD labor service, with his mother Olga, 1938.]

[Below: Half-Jew Unteroffizier Karl-Arnd Techel, who was awarded the Iron Cross 1st Class and 2nd Class, Paratrooper Assault Badge and the Wound Badge.]

[Below: Half-Jewish Helmut Krüger, 1940. He won the Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Wound Badge.]

[Below: Half-Jewish Friedrich Wilhelm Schlesinger, 1942. He won the Iron Cross 2nd Class, Wound Badge, Assault Badge in Silver and the Eastern Campaign Medal 1941-1942.]

[Below: The cold grave of half-Jew Lieutenant Joachim Sonntag on the Eastern Front, November 1942.]

[Below: Quarter-Jewish Captain Horst von Oppenfeld. He won the Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class, the Panzer Assault Badge in Silver and the Wound Badge.]

[Below: Half-Jew Hanz Meissinger, Spring 1940.]

[Below: Quarter-Jew Oberbaurat Franz Mendelssohn (far right). He joined the National Socialist German Worker's Party in 1934. He's pictured here at the wedding of his daughter.]

[Below: Half-Jew Unteroffizier Günther Scheffler, who won the Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class, a Campaign Medal and a Wound Badge.]

[Below: Panzer Abwehr Regiment 23 at Potsdam Sans Souci Palace, ready to take their oath to Adolf Hitler, summer 1939. Here is the Nachrichten (communications) platoon. Three of the men here are half-Jews: Karl-Heinz Scheffler (middle row, 4th from right), Rudolf Sachs (front row, 3rd from right) and Hannes Bergius (front row, far right).]

[Below: Not all is as it seems. The 'historians' seem to have left out a 'few' interesting facts. Case in point, where do you think this picture was taken? Somewhere on the streets of Germany, you say? Berlin 1930s? Crowds of Germans ready to meet Adolf Hitler? No, no and no. The crowd, Jewish residents of Lodz, screamed 'Herzlich willkommen' (heartfelt welcome). This is from Litzmanstadt, a Jewish ghetto in Poland. These are the German soldiers as they enter the city...]

[Above: Here is a black man serving in the Imperial German army. He was a member of Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment Nr. 25.]

[Above: Here is the full portrait with the above man with WWI era German comrades.]

[Above: Studio portrait of black officer and comrades.]

[Above: Black officer in parade regalia.]

[Above & below: Elo Sambo, kettle drummer of the German Leib Garde Hussars. Elo was originally from the German colony of Kamerun (Cameroon).]

[Above: German newspaper illustration showing Cameroon Africans serving the German military in Europe. Circa 1886.]

[Above: Gustav Sabac el Cher (March 10, 1868 - October 4, 1934) was a Prussian military musician from the 'Musikkorps des 1. (Ostpreußischen) Grenadier-Regiments Nr. 1 'Kronprinz''.]

[Above: Gustav Sabac el Cher (center, front).]

[Above: Gustav Sabac el Cher as a student at the Königlichen Hochschule für Musik, Berlin, 1894.]

[Above: Africans weren't the only race to serve with the German military. This is a picture of Lt. Tep from Siam (Thailand).]

[Above: This photo was taken by Heinrich Hoffmann (whom would later become Hitler's official photographer) in May 1919. It is of 'Mohamed Husen' in Munich. Husen was a highly decorated officer who served in East Africa with the Germans and later with a Freikorps unit. The inscription on the photo reads in part 'To the battles: Munich. A loyal East African fighter.' Mohamed Husen is shown here while working with the 'Lettow-Vorbeck Freikorps' acting as a chauffeur. He is what is called an 'askari' (An askari was a local soldier from Africa serving in the armies of the European colonial powers, particularly in East Africa, Northeast Africa, and Central Africa. The word was not only used by the Germans, but also the French, English, Italian, Urdu and Portuguese).]

Mohamed Husen (birth name Majub) was born in Tanzania (German East Africa) in 1905. At the age of nine Husen volunteered to fight with Germany against his country's invaders in WWI. After the war he was given combat pay by Germany for his deceased father who was killed in action during the war.

Sometime later he found a job as a steward in a German ship. This job enabled him to travel to Germany, first to Hamburg and later to Berlin.

During this tumultuous time he joined the revolutionary 'Lettow-Vorbeck Freikorps' acting as a chauffeur. Sometime during this time he earned German citizenship and later got a job in a circus as an entertainer. In his spare time he also taught Swahili to German government civil servants and diplomats, who would later use these language skills in Africa.

[Above: Mohamed Husen]

After Adolf Hitler came to power Husen began appearing in German films and proved to be a popular actor. He appeared in eleven films from 1934 to 1941.

A London Guardian news article reported about him:

' the mid-1930s, he was dressing up in military gear and appearing at rallies in front of National Socialist banners.'

Not much is known further about Husen. It is reported that he had a wife while in Germany and later children. Reports say that at least one of his children died in Allied Terror Bombings and possible his wife as well.

One thing is clear: Husen's story is another piece of proof that the National Socialists were not the racists their enemies teach that they were.

[Above: Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeck (March 20, 1870 – March 9, 1964). Circa 1913. Courtesy of the Bundesarchiv.]

• In WWI the askari were led by their most beloved German leader Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeck. Lettow-Vorbeck was a general in the Imperial German Army and the commander of its forces in German East Africa. For four long years, with a force that never exceeded 14,000 (3,000 Germans and 11,000 Africans), he held in check a much larger force of 300,000 British, Belgian, and Portuguese troops. His loyal troops and he endured hunger, malaria and the elements in what has been described by Edwin Palmer Hoyt as 'the greatest single guerrilla operation in history, and the most successful.'

Lettow-Vorbeck's force was undefeated in the field. His fluency in the Swahili language earned the respect and admiration of his African soldiers. He appointed black officers, proclaiming to his men what he believed in his heart:
'we are all Africans here'.

[Above: Poster bearing the image of General Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeck on horseback leading African soldiers. Text at top reads 'Colonial War Funds Donation'.]

• The historian Charles Miller stated 'It is probable that no white commander of the era had so keen an appreciation of the African's worth not only as a fighting man but as a man.'

After the armistice of WWI Lettow-Vorbeck's army surrendered to the British. The British repatriated the white German soldiers but confined the askaris in filthy concentration camps. General von Lettow-Vorbeck refused to leave until he had won promises of decent treatment and early release for his black troops.

General von Lettow-Vorbeck brought back some of his askari soldiers to Germany where they served in his brand of Freikorps.

[Above: Postcard with the picture of General Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeck and Governor Dr. Heinrich Schnee.]

'In 1953 in Dar Es Salam (Tanzania-ed.) I wanted to greet my old Askari. At mid-day I arrived at the local market place and I was surrounded by over 400 Askari, they had tears in their eyes and covered my hands in kisses. Around open campfires the Askari talked all through the night and they said that I had shaken the hand of every one of them, they said it is something that the English never did'.
-Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck, from his 1957 book Mein Leben (My Life)

Click here to see more pictures of the Freikorps

-Radio Wehrwolf, 1945.

[Above: Post WWI Freikorps era postcard with skull and crossbones and 'Wehrwolf' theme. This is based on a 1910 novel that took place during the 30 Years War which used themes of heroic resistance.
'Wehrworlf sein, heißt Deutschland befrei'n!' = 'To be a werewolf is to free Germany! Later, in the final days of WWII, the Wehrwolf movement of resistance fighters was formed, with the intention of fighting the Allied occupiers after the war.]

[Above: Postcard from 1924 showing a memorial in Webicht of National Socialist martyr and hero Albert Leo Schlageter, who was executed May 26, 1923. Schlageter was an underground freedom fighter during the French occupation and one of the Third Reich's first martyrs. This postcard was released by the Weimar Wehrwolf resistance organization.]

[Above: Graphic on the back of the above postcard.]

[Above: Book cover of Der Wehrwolf by Hermann Löns, (c)1920.]

[Above: Inside graphic of Der Wehrwolf by journalist Hermann Löns, (c)1920 (first published in 1910). Click to see more pictures!]

[Above: Showing off a beloved, ragged copy of Der Wehrwolf]

• Special thanks to mein Wehrwolf Marco R.!

'The Wehrwolf movement represents a minority. Only the best of our people belong to it.
It is more worthwhile and more promising of success to fight with a hundred determined men and women than to have a thousand [nominal] members.'

-Radio Wehrwolf, April 7, 1945.

Hermann Löns was a life long nature and animal lover who found immortality through his beloved Der Wehrwolf novel. Although he wrote a handful of other books, none are so well known and loved as Der Wehrwolf. To this day over seven million books by Löns have been printed. He was also a beloved poet, in 1911 he released a collection of poems. One of these poems, the 'Matrosenlied' (Sailors' Song) has the chorus 'Denn wir fahren gegen Engelland' (For we are sailing against England), was put to music by Herms Niel and was one of the most-sung German military songs of World War II!

But Hermann Löns would never see the fame and wealth that largely escaped him during his tumultuous life. At the age of 48, after first being rejected for ill health, he managed to join the German Army and fight in WWI. On the dark day of September 26, 1914 the great patriot and naturalist fell. Löns died just three weeks after enlisting on September 3. Of the 120 brave men in his unit only about two dozen survived an assault on a French position at Loivre near Reims in France.

[Above: Hermann Löns (August 29, 1866 – September 26, 1914)]

[Above: Third Reich era copy of Der Wehrwolf. By 1945 the Wehrmacht alone sold more than 865,000 copies of the book! This made him one of the most successful authors in Germany at the time.]

• Löns was a poet whose poems often dealt with the natural world. He was a pioneer of nature conservationism. In fact, he was co-initiator of the Heideschutzpark at Wilseder Berg which later grew into the famous Naturpark Lüneburger Heide (Lüneburg Heath Nature Park), which was the first nature reserve in Germany.

[Above: This copy of Der Wehrwolf was printed with proceeds going to help needy soldiers in the Wehrmacht (left). On the right is one of the many editions for soldiers to read at the front.]

• Löns was buried on the battlefield where he fell. In 1934 his remains were located and reburied in Germany. Today there are some 113 memorials to Löns in Germany, plus another eight in Austria and 19 in other countries. There are also 247 streets and roads in Germany which have been named after him. Twelve schools also bear his name and even a stadium.

[Above: 'Here rests Hermann Löns'. The grave marker near Walsrode where the body of Hermann Löns was reburied in 1935. Click to see more!]

[Above: Pin from The Reichskolonialbund (Reich Colonial League).]

• The Reichskolonialbund was a collective body that absorbed all German colonial organizations during the time of the Third Reich. It was led by Franz Ritter von Epp.]

[Above: Card from German East Africa showing a traditional African warrior carrying the German Imperial flag.]

[Above: Franz Xaver Ritter von Epp (October 16, 1868 – December 31, 1946) was an army officer in the Imperial German Army in the early 20th century. He eventually rose to the office of Reichsstatthalter of Bavaria. After the war he was arrested and sent to an Allied death camp in Munich where he was murdered in detention on December 31, 1946.]

[Above: Membership book from The Reichskolonialbund (Reich Colonial League). Circa 1939.]

[Above: Here is a postage stamp from colonial German East Africa. Circa 1901.]

[Above: Here is a picture of a black East African German colonial soldier, or askari. Unlike other European nation's colonies around the world, Germany didn't take any of her colonies by force.]

[Above: Askari soldier of German General Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeckin posing for history.]

[Above: German East African gold coin from 1916.]

[Above: Askari men of German General Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeckin relax in camp. Courtesy of the Bundesarchiv.]

[Above: This strange and spectacular photo is of a tribal chief from Cameroon wearing a German helmet, armor, and uniform during a funeral.]

[Above: Men from Germany's lost colonies, which were blatantly stolen from her after WWI by the Versailles treaty. Note what is obviously a swastika armband on the black African.]

[Above: This is a donation stamp to the Reichskolonialbund (RKB). Click on the image to see more stamps from the set.]

[Above: Postcard that says: 'Germany your colonies!'.]

[Above: A beautiful Reichskolonialbund lottery ticket from 1939 for 125,000 Reichsmarks.]

[Above: German BDM girls on a trip to East Africa in the 1930s.]

[Above: German BDM girls celebrating May Day in Africa.]

[Above: March 1916 provisional stamps. These relatively rare postage stamps were never issued. The condition of the majority of these stamps is poor due to the fact that they were buried in wet soil and later dug up (in August 1921)! Only a small part of the issues were salvageable, and after being returned to Germany from East Africa, they were put up for auction in May 1922. How odd is that?]

[Above: This is a medal bar containing German medals from WW2 and a German-African medal on the far right.]

[Above: Here is a close-up.]

Click here to see other pictures of German-Askari soldiers

Click here to see pictures of art and postal related items

• Athena is the goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, strategic warfare, mathematics, strength, strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill.
Most interesting in this context, Athena is a devoted companion of heroes and is the patron goddess of heroic endeavor. She was called 'Minerva' by the Romans and Athena by the Greeks.

Here is a quote from the 1930s book 'Die Kunst im Dritten Reich':

'Athena is the goddess of war and art. She personifies the strong, fresh spiritual strength of the human being. She stands freely, upright. She recognizes, measures, and uses the strength of all things in the victorious battle with the enemy and in the conquest of nature for the creation of art. The picture of the goddess is the fitting expression of the heroic character of the Führer and the National Socialist movement and, in the deepest sense, of the art the Führer wants. An art form for which the artist has to fight in a serious and concentrated working procedure so that he may receive a blessing from it.'

[Above: The mighty and wise Athena meets the Bolshevik armies head on! This says 'Europe - Defending its 3000 year old culture against Bolshevism']

[Above: An Eastern European version of the Athena poster above.]

[Above: This poster, showing Athena and a communist, is from a Greek newspaper from March 15, 1943. It says: 'A 3000-YEAR-OLD CIVILIZATION IS IN DANGER']

[Above: Adolf Hitler's spectacular desk in The New Reich Chancellery (Die Neue Reichskanzlei). Of special note are the three panels on the desk (from left to right):
Athena/Minerva, Ares/Mars (Athena's brother) and Medusa (whose head was given to Athena by the hero Perseus and was then added to the magnificent Aegis armor.]

[Above: Close-up of the desk panels.]

[Above: Here is a view of the desk from the other side.]

[Above: This postcard is from 1934 and done by Richard Klein.]

[Above: 'Absolvia - Damnstift 1937'. This is a school student organization graduation postcard.]

[Above: This postcard is from 1937 celebrating the 'Day of German Art'. Click on the image to see the stamp and cancel commemorating the event.]

[Above: This postcard is from 1938 celebrating the 'Day of German Art'.]

[Above: This postcard commemorates a 1939 summer rally in Munich. The artist is Gottfried Klein.]

[Above: Day of German Culture machine cancel on envelope from July 1937.]

[Above: Postal cancel showing Athena from July 16, 1939.]

[Above: This is a 1939 House of German Art folio containing a variety of beautiful German art. Paintings, sculptures and drawings, all very high quality and ready to frame.]

[Above: This is a 1943 House of German Art folio containing a variety of beautiful German art. Paintings, sculptures and drawings, all very high quality and ready to frame.]

[Above: The 1941 edition of the book being presented to Heinrich Himmler.]

Click here to see other issues and a few examples of the featured art

[Above: House of German Art exhibition magazine from 1943.]

[Above: 1939 House of German Art advertising brochure. Click to see more.]

[Above: This book celebrates 1000 years of German culture. It basically says: 'Pageant on the Day of German Culture in Munich 1939']

[Above: This picture, from the book above, shows Athena's head, carried in a parade procession on the Day of German Art in Munich.]

[Above: Photograph showing Athena's head, very similar to the illustration above, carried in a parade procession on the Day of German Art in Munich, 1939.]

[Above: Parade for the Day of German Art, Munich, 1939.]

[Above: Day of German Culture parade, circa 1933.]

[Above: Kraft durch Freude (Strength through Joy) festival. Another Athena head.]

[Above: Kraft durch Freude (Strength through Joy) festival. Another Athena head.]

[Above: Kraft durch Freude (Strength through Joy) festival. Yet another Athena head.]

[Above: Illustration of Athena from a period German book.]

Click here to see more images of National Socialist festivals

[Above: 1936 Olympic Games Commemorative Medal featuring the image of Athena. The front of the medal is the image of Athena.]

[Above: SS Allach porcelain book showing Athena figure.]

[Above: SS Allach porcelain Athena figure.]

[Above: German National Prize for Arts and Sciences, President's Neck Badge. A beautiful piece bearing the image of Athena. This is the front of the badge.]

[Above: This is the reverse of the badge. It says: 'Für Kunst und Wissen Schaft' (For Art and Science)]

[Above: German National Prize for Arts and Sciences in gold and platinum and set with diamonds (dress copy). Another beautiful piece bearing the image of Athena.]

Many other medals and the like were inscribed with the holy image of Athena. Here's a description of one from the Academy of Art of Munich:

'The Academy of Art of Munich gave Hitler a golden medal. On the front was the head of Pallas Athena. The back featured Pegasus. The medal carried the following inscription: 'To the leader of the German people, Adolf Hitler, who has put national thought in the center of our spiritual life and who has rendered back to art it's old rights. His prophetic plans have given art its own task, to be the language of the people.'
-Art of the Third Reich, by Peter Adam, pg. 115, (c)1992

[Above: Music Festival, Munich 1937.]

[Above: A late-war 16mm German Red Cross film with the image of Athena.]

[Above: Preparing to raise the flag under the shadow of the Acropolis. Circa 1941.]

[Above: The flag of freedom raised under the shadow of the Acropolis in Greece, circa 1941.]

[Above: The flag of freedom raised under the shadow of the Acropolis in Greece, circa 1941.]

[Above: The flag of freedom raised under the shadow of the Acropolis in Greece, circa 1941.]

[Above: Athena statue seen over Brussel's city hall.]

Click here to see more pictures of Germans in Greece

[Below: Although the next postcards are not from the Third Reich era, we thought we'd include them anyway because they bear Athena's image.]

[Above: Athena on a postage stamp for an event in Dresden, circa 1925.]

[Above: Athena is seen on this post card from Munich, circa 1901.]

[Above: These are postal vignettes bearing Athena's image from a 1913 photography exhibition held in Frankfurt, Germany.]

[Above: This is a WWI era German postcard.]

[Above: An ancient image of Athena with her dress covered in swastikas.]

[Above: Merit badge of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society for the Advancement of Science. This class is bronze, there is also gold.]

[Above: 'Pallas Athena' on canvas, done in 1898 by Austrian/German artist Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918).]

[Above: 'Pallas Athena' on panel, also done in 1898, by German artist Franz von Stuck (February 23, 1863 – August 30, 1928).]

[Above: 'Pallas Athena, Venus and Juno' painted in 1593 by German artist Hans von Aachen (1552 – March 4, 1615).]

[Above: 'Götter' painted in 1901 by Franz Stassen.]

[Above: Beautiful original 1897 Athena lithograph 'Kunst-Ausstellung' by Franz Stuck. Click to see full image.]

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