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An Immersive Experience:

National-Socialism and the New Kultur

Frank Pagliaro

on 8 September 2015

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Transcript of An Immersive Experience:

An Immersive Experience:
Nazi Architecture
Nazi Music
National-Socialism and the New Kultur
in Berlin
Zeppelin Field
in Nuremberg
Model of the Volkshalle
("People's Hall"), part of
Welthauptstadt Germania,
planned for Berlin
Berlin, 1940
Die Partei by Arno Breker (1939)
The Judgement of Paris
by Adolf Ziegler (1937)
Comradeship by
Josef Thorak (1937)
The Fuhrer on the Battleground by
Conrad Rommel (1941)
Nazi High
Storm Troopers Advancing
Under Gas by Otto Dix (1924)
Covers of the Degenerate Art
and Music Exhibitions (1937)
The Prophet by
Emil Nolde (1912)
...and "Degenerate" Art
The "Perfect Aryan" Family
"Long live Germany!"
"The People's Community"
"The Eternal Jew"
"Behind the enemy powers: the Jew"
Ferdinand Marian plays Joseph Suss Oppenheimer
Nazi Radio
Josef Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda
Other Enemies
Communists (USSR)
Jehovah's Witnesses
Disabled persons
"The year is over, the struggle continues"
Themes in Nazi Propaganda and Art
Fuhrer Principle
Family (Children, Motherhood, Racial Pride)
The People's Community
Blood and
Portrait of a Man by Jankel
Adler (1923)
Themes in Nazi Propaganda and Art?
Death and
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