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German mounted cavalry enter the Rhineland. 7 March 1936.

THE REOCCUPATION OF THE DEMILITARISED ZONE OF THE RHINELAND, 7 MARCH 1936

HU 6898. German mounted cavalry enter the Rhineland. Germany disbanded its mounted cavalry in 1941 but reintroduced it a year later to counter the guerrilla tactics of the Russian Cossacks

Newspaper announcing declaration of the Second World War, September 3, 1939
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Newspaper announcing declaration of the Second World War, September 3, 1939

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[Photo] German troops marching into Austria, 12 Mar 1938

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Anschluss Österreich (Union of Austria [with Germany]), Salzburg, March 1938: The original German caption reads: "On Saturday, when the German troops marched into Salzburg, the entire population was at a frenzy of enthusiasm. Everywhere you looked [you saw] radiant faces, and many people carried portraits of the Fuehrer, and almost all were waving swastika flags." At least, the propaganda writer left an "almost" in there.
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Anschluss Österreich (Union of Austria [with Germany]), Salzburg, March 1938: The original German caption reads: "On Saturday, when the German troops marched into Salzburg, the entire population was at a frenzy of enthusiasm. Everywhere you looked [you saw] radiant faces, and many people carried portraits of the Fuehrer, and almost all were waving swastika flags." At least, the propaganda writer left an "almost" in there.

Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists, marches with his Black Shirts to the East End of London.  Mosley was married first to Cynthia Curzon and then later to Diana Mitford. On 23 May 1940 Mosley  was interned under Defence Regulation 18B along with most active fascists in Britain. Later that year, the BUF became a proscribed organisation. His wife Diana Mitford was also interned. They lived together for most of the war in a house in the grounds of Holloway prison.

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Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists, marches with his Black Shirts to the East End of London. Mosley was married first to Cynthia Curzon and then later to Diana Mitford. On 23 May 1940 Mosley was interned under Defence Regulation 18B along with most active fascists in Britain. Later that year, the BUF became a proscribed organisation. His wife Diana Mitford was also interned. They lived together for most of the war in a house in the grounds of Holloway prison.

Fuehrer enters triumphantly into the Sudetenland (Kraslice/Graslitz), October 4, 1938.
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Fuehrer enters triumphantly into the Sudetenland (Kraslice/Graslitz), October 4, 1938.

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Cartoon by David Low, 1939. Criticism on the non-agression pact of Hitler and Stalin.
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David Low: The cartoonist who angered the dictators

David Low was arguably the greatest newspaper cartoonist of the 20th century. From the 1920s until his death in 1963 his work appeared in London’s Evening Standard, and later the Guardian.

A Soviet cartoon published in 1936. It shows the western countries with Hitler.

A Soviet cartoon published in 1936. It shows the western countries with Hitler.

Very rare historical German propaganda leaflet that was distributed prior to the Austrian Vote for Unification with Germany and becoming a part of the Third Reich on April 10, 1938. The ballot text reads “Do you agree with the reunification of Austria with the German Reich that was enacted on 13 March 1938, and do you vote for the party of our leader Adolf Hitler?” The large circle is labeled “YES”, the smaller “NO”.
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Rare Historical Leaflet of Austrian Aunschluss from 1938

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"Zurück zum Vaterland": from the Saarland plebiscite collection (1935).  In a referendum on 13 Jan 1935 the Saarlanders were allowed to choose which nation they wanted to be part of. About 0.4 percent voted for France, 8.8 percent wanted to go on under the League of Nations. Thus the referendum was a great success for the Nazis.    European Referendum | IISH
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In January 1935 the German Nazis generated an avalanche of propaganda in the Saarland. Since the Versailles Peace Treaty (1919) Saarland was administered by the League of Nations. In a referendum on 13 January the Saarlanders were allowed to choose which nation they wanted to be part of. About 0.4 percent voted for France, 8.8 percent wanted to go on under the League of

1939 - by David Low

1939 - by David Low

One of the first victims of fascist agression was Czechoslovakia, dismembered at the Munich Conference in 1938 (when Sudetenland was ceded to Germany) and shortly thereafter occupied. This map shows some of the groundwork laid by the Nazis to convince the German public opinion that it was the Czechoslovak side that was responsible for the ‘threat’, indicating that the range of Czechoslovak bomber planes include most of Germany’s territory. The map apparently dates from 1934.

One of the first victims of fascist agression was Czechoslovakia, dismembered at the Munich Conference in 1938 (when Sudetenland was ceded to Germany) and shortly thereafter occupied. This map shows some of the groundwork laid by the Nazis to convince the German public opinion that it was the Czechoslovak side that was responsible for the ‘threat’, indicating that the range of Czechoslovak bomber planes include most of Germany’s territory. The map apparently dates from 1934.

March.1938, UK - "He Loves Me - He Loves Me Not - He..." [Source: Punch]

March.1938, UK - "He Loves Me - He Loves Me Not - He..." [Source: Punch]

March.1936, US - Title: Ring round the Nazi! [Source: Los Angeles Times]

March.1936, US - Title: Ring round the Nazi! [Source: Los Angeles Times]

David Low, What, no chair for me? (30th September, 1938)

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Emil Hácha. Hitler gave the President two options: cooperate with Germany, in which case the "entry of German troops would take place in a tolerable manner" and "permit Czechoslovakia a generous life of her own, autonomy and a degree of national freedom..." or face a scenario in which "resistance would be broken by force of arms, using all means."
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Pomnichovská politická reprezentace poměrně dlouho hledala osobnost, která by vystřídala v prezidentském úřadě odstoupivšího Edvarda Beneše. Nakonec volba padla na Emila Háchu, vynikajícího právníka, znalce umění a poctivého katolíka, ale hlavně člověka bez politické příslušnosti. 66letý Hácha přitom roli prezidenta, kdy měl být víceméně pouze loajální figurkou bez vlastní politiky, přijal především jako oběť. K naplnění tohoto „pojetí“ došlo během nacistického protektorátu. A i když se…

Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley, 6th Baronet of Ancoats; an English politician known principally as the founder of the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Member of Parliament for Harrow from 1918 to 1924, for Smethwick from 1926 to 1931 and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Labour Government of 1929–31, a position he resigned. Husband of Diana Mitford.

Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley, 6th Baronet of Ancoats; an English politician known principally as the founder of the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Member of Parliament for Harrow from 1918 to 1924, for Smethwick from 1926 to 1931 and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Labour Government of 1929–31, a position he resigned. Husband of Diana Mitford.

A British cartoon published on 8 March 1933. It shows Hindenburg speaking to Hitler.

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A British cartoon published on 8 March 1933. It shows Hindenburg speaking to Hitler.

1938. 'Would You Oblige Me with a Match Please?' British cartoon by David Low depicting Benito Mussolini, labelled 'Dictatorship,' asking British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, labeled 'Democracy,' for a match to light the fuse to a bomb under Chamberlain's chair, 1938.

1938. 'Would You Oblige Me with a Match Please?' British cartoon by David Low depicting Benito Mussolini, labelled 'Dictatorship,' asking British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, labeled 'Democracy,' for a match to light the fuse to a bomb under Chamberlain's chair, 1938.

'And the East Wind blew stronger'; a cartoon from the Daily Mirror, June.1940, showing King Carl II of Romania under 'pressure' from Hitler and Stalin, but looking nervously over his shoulder at the latter.

'And the East Wind blew stronger'; a cartoon from the Daily Mirror, June.1940, showing King Carl II of Romania under 'pressure' from Hitler and Stalin, but looking nervously over his shoulder at the latter.

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A selection of British newspaper front pages, published on 30th September 1938 and headlining the Munich Agreement, signed by Nazi Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy earlier that day. The agreement permitted the annexation of the Sudetenland regions of Czechoslovakia by Germany. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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A selection of British newspaper front pages, published on 30th...

A selection of British newspaper front pages, published on 30th September 1938 and headlining the Munich Agreement, signed by Nazi Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy earlier that day. The...

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This cartoon, by the British cartoonist Sidney 'George' Strube, appeared in the Daily Express on 16 March 1939. It shows the attitude of the British public towards Germany.

This cartoon, by the British cartoonist Sidney 'George' Strube, appeared in the Daily Express on 16 March 1939. It shows the attitude of the British public towards Germany.

The Anschluss (Anschluß) was the annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany, in which Austria ceased to be an independent state and was incorporated into the Greater German Reich as Ostmark - Eastern march, a name meant to enforce pan-Germanism by suggesting that Austria was merely the eastern portion of a new German empire.
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March 13, 1938: The Anschluss is declared. The Anschluss (Anschluß) was the annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany, in which Austria ceased to be an independent state and was incorporated into the...

Neville Chamberlain and Winston Churchill  Reversal of fortunes  In the autumn of 1938, Neville Chamberlain waved from the balcony of Buckingham Palace to the huge crowd cheering him for bringing back “peace in our time” from his Munich negotiation with Hitler. Winston Churchill, denounced by Chamberlain and his cronies as a warmonger and alarmist, looked washed up. But, by the spring of 1940, Chamberlain had been toppled and a vindicated Churchill was prime minister, rallying his nation as…
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June.1938, UK - Litter. Peace. "I had hoped - and I still hope - for a better task than this." [Source: Punch]

June.1938, UK - Litter. Peace. "I had hoped - and I still hope - for a better task than this." [Source: Punch]

A cartoon published in Britain in a Communist newspaper on 1 October 1938. The figures on the left are Daladier (the French Prime Minister) and Chamberlain. The figures on the right are Mussolini and Hitler.

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A cartoon published in Britain in a Communist newspaper on 1 October 1938. The figures on the left are Daladier (the French Prime Minister) and Chamberlain. The figures on the right are Mussolini and Hitler.

This German cartoon(July.1935), 'One goal scored!' commemorates the Anglo-Germany Naval Agreement of June 1935. The ball: 'German-English Naval Argeement' [Source: Simplicissimus]

This German cartoon(July.1935), 'One goal scored!' commemorates the Anglo-Germany Naval Agreement of June 1935. The ball: 'German-English Naval Argeement' [Source: Simplicissimus]

A cartoon published in Britain in July 1938.

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A cartoon published in Britain in July 1938.

Arthur Szyk, Hermann Goering,Benito Mussolini and Emperor Hirohito (1942)

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Kimon Marengo, The Progress of Russian and German Cooperation (1939)

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U.S. Navy tug raises one of eight Japanese 'midget subs' from Pearl Harbor. It was one of five World War 2 Ko-hyoteki-class submarines that entered Pearl Harbor, one of which torpedoed the USS West Virginia. (Photo: Newscom)
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Chess games of the rich and famous: Truman vs. Stalin, over Berlin

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's Children (DVD)(2015)

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1938, in violation of the Treaty of Versailles, the Anschluss of Austria dissolves the border and annexes Hitler's homeland into Germany. Non-secret ballot and oppressive influence created an almost unanimous vote for the annexation and the occupation was executed peacefully, despite the general Austrian desire to maintain independence.
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Goering: The Anschluss with Austria

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