Nazi Germany


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Noun1.Nazi Germany - the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)Nazi Germany - the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)
Reich - the German state
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The "Great Patriotic War" was a decisive factor in World War II, along the many fronts of the Eastern Front between Soviet Union and Nazi Germany with its allies, during the period from 22th June 1941 to 9th May 1945.
President Putin at a military parade in Moscow onthe 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union's Victoryover Nazi Germany during the World War II, addedthat the values of the victory consolidated thebases of the global system following the War asthe UN was established and a new system of theinternational law was founded.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has confirmed that its top leader Kim Jong Un would come to Moscow in May for celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany, the Kremlin said Wednesday.
The Villa 1938 tour of Nazi Germany was just before the England national team played Germany in the 1936 Berlin Olympic stadium and the players, on the advice from the Foreign Office, were pressurised to give the Nazi salute in front of over 100,000 Germans.
htm) bribing a senator , was heavily criticised by Italy's Jewish community after saying that he and his children felt persecuted like Jews in Nazi Germany.
IN a recent letter published in your paper titled "Other side of Tryweryn saga" Mr Kelly remarked that Wales would not have resisted Nazi Germany without being in the UK.
Before any revisionists start making accusations of war crimes against these men, let's just remember that Nazi Germany started a war which Britain tried to avoid.
FURIOUS Alan Shatter yesterday branded Luke Flanagan "an ignorant buffoon" after he compared problems in Irish bogs to that of Nazi Germany.
The Victory Day parade marks the defeat of Nazi Germany.
The ceremony also honors all 11 343 Jews, who were handed over to Nazi Germany from regions in what are now Macedonia, northern Greece and eastern Serbia, but were occupied and managed by Bulgaria during World War II.
He devotes a chapter to a genre he calls "First Letters"--"written as soon as possible after the war by refugees from Nazi Germany to someone known to them earlier who had remained in Germany during the Hitler years.
Following the German invasion of Poland, in September 1939, Oswiecim was annexed by Nazi Germany and renamed Auschwitz, the town's German name.