In the Third Reich it was understood as the turned over Life rune thus designating death. It showed the date of death in documents and on grave markers. Eif Rune (Zeal Rune) In the Third Reich it represented enthusiasm. The Eif rune was the early emblem of the SS adjutants assigned personally to Hitler. Origin unclear.
Nov 24, 2021 · Alexander [Melb/Aus] Actually this is exactly what Hitler and the National Socialist regime did in the Reich. Remove the influence and financial robbing from the International Capitalists. Germany withdraw from the International Financial System and created a new currency "Reich Marks", they were issued and controlled by the State.
The swastika was a symbol used by the Nazi Party in Germany, and later by the Third Reich. Adolf Hitler chose it as the symbol of the German Workers Party after he joined. Before Hitler, members had already worn swastika armbands.
The "Horst-Wessel-Lied" ("Song of Horst Wessel"), also known as "Die Fahne Hoch" ("The Flag Raised"), was the official anthem of the NSDAP.The song was written by Horst Wessel, a party activist and SA leader, who was killed by a member of the Communist Party of Germany.
Eugenic ideas were widespread in his lifetime, whereas he himself was banned from publishing in the Third Reich and his writings were suppressed. Following Goodrick-Clarke's caution in assessing the relation between the two,  Adolf Hitler cannot be considered a pupil of Lanz von Liebenfels, as Lanz himself had claimed. 
Nazi executioner of FrontlineMetro for the pure race! The Fourth Reich (Russian: Четвёртый Рейх) is a Neo-Nazi extremist faction within the post-apocalyptic Moscow Metro. As with most factions in the Metro universe, the Fourth Reich did not appear spontaneously but evolved from an existing group - most likely radicals in the Central Metro Command or surviving Russian Neo-Nazi ...
Apr 21, 2017 · The painting, which is full of characters from Roman mythology, is according to scholars (Cunningham and Reich) an “elaborate mythological allegory of the burgeoning fertility of the world.” Besides this obvious mythical explanation and representation of Springtime, there are many interpretations of the scene depicted in the painting.