Third Reich


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Third Reich

n.
The German state from 1933 to 1945 under Adolf Hitler.

[Partial translation of German (das) Dritte Reich, (the) Third Empire : dritte, third + Reich, empire; see Reich.]

Third Reich

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(Historical Terms) See Reich14

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n.
Germany during the Nazi regime 1933–45.
[1925–30; partial translation of German drittes Reich]
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Noun1.Third Reich - the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)Third Reich - the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)
Reich - the German state
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