Der Fuhrer


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Noun1.Der Fuhrer - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)Der Fuhrer - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)
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Der Fuhrer felt secure in his aggression because a week earlier, his foreign minister von Ribbentrop had signed a treaty with Stalin's foreign minister Molotov to carve up Poland.
His famous illustration, which graced the cover of Time magazine in 1939, when Hitler was named man of the year for 1938, showed Der Fuhrer in a cathedral playing the pipe organ while torture victims dangled from a Catherine wheel overhead ("From the unholy organist, a hymn of hate," read the caption).
Set in Nazi-occupied Polandnot the obvious locale for a laugh-riot night out at the movies in wartime AmericaTo Be or Not to Be opens with a bracing sight gag: Adolf Hitler, alone, is walking the streets of Warsaw in August 1939or rather his dead ringer is, the actor Bronski (Tom Dugan) who impersonates der Fuhrer in an anti-Nazi play being mounted by a plucky Polish theatrical troupe.
Recently, alpha male Rodrigo Duterte compared himself to Der Fuhrer and said he would be 'happy to slaughter three million' drug addicts.
This is how Turkey's daily "Today's Zaman" presents Turkey in an article on February 3 by Robert Ellis: "The rise of the Turkish empire: Totalitarian leaders of the 20th century were known variously as Der Fuhrer (Germany), Il Duce (Italy), Generalissimo (Spain) and El Maximo Lider (Cuba), and now neo-ottoman Turkey has its Reis (Leader) Recep Tayyip Erdogan".
PREMIERE George Clooney (above, left) assembles a team tasked with protecting what's left and finding what's missing as the retreating German army steals priceless works of art for der Fuhrer. Despite the small matter of the Second World War going on, the tone is curiously jaunty.
THE MONUMENTS MEN Friday, Sky Movies Premiere, 8pm PREMIERE George Clooney (above, left) assembles a team tasked with protecting what's left and finding what's missing as the retreating German army steals priceless works of art for der Fuhrer. Despite the small matter of the Second World War going on, the tone is curiously jaunty.
LaBlanc is quite humorous as a gay director used to directing Broadway fluff, and has to be coaxed into doing a show about Der Fuhrer. LaBlanc handles the show's biggest, most lavish number, "Springtime for Hitler,'' with smoothly rendered swish, but it's the spectacularly attired Nazi dream dancers, played by, guess who, those little old ladies -- Choe, Tupper, and O'Brien, along with other gaudily clad ladies and gentlemen.
He said they had 'fundamental disagreements' on issues like the European Union and trade unions and that Coun Hollingworth often called the Labour leader 'der Fuhrer'.
He said they had they had 'fundamental disagreements' on issues like the European Union and trade unions and that Coun Hollingworth often called the Labour leader 'der Fuhrer.'.
This record goes back to the 30s and 40s, when Bauer Publishing was a fawning admirer of Hitler and the Nazis, publishing glamorous portraits of Der Fuhrer and they also published vicious caricatures of Jews that were very popular in Germany at the time.