Start your private half-day historical Third Reich walking tour at Berlin's Reichstag and see the most important places of the Third Reich in the city center. You get a great overview of the most important buildings and their function in the past and
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1938-39: the first stamps, for what would be the Generalgouvernment of Poland, were issued, beginning December 1, 1939. These stamps were overprinted "Deutsche Post / OSTEN", which literally means "Eastern German Mail". Up until the Spring of 1940, the use of the regular postage stamps of the Third Reich was also tolerated in the new territory.
The Fliegende Panzerfaust, meaning 'Flying Bazooka' (literally 'Flying Armor Fist') in the German language, was a project for a Third Reich very-short-range interceptor designed by Luftschiffbau Zeppelin. The Fliegende Panzerfaust project was part of the Nazi propaganda-based Wunderwaffe ('wonder weapon') concept. It was proposed to the Emergency Fighter Program against the allied bombing raids over Nazi Germany in the last years of World War II.
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Gott mit uns (meaning God with us) is a phrase commonly used on armor in the German military from the German Empire to the end of the Third Reich, although its historical origins are far older. The obverse gilt central disc bore the crown of Prussia, surrounded by a blue enamel ring bearing the motto of the German Empire Gott Mit Uns. At the time of the completion of German unification in 1871, the imperial standard bore the motto Gott mit uns on the arms of an Iron Cross.
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