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Top NS Buildings!

PostWed Jan 11, 2017 5:36 pm

The NS government under Adolf Hitler saw architecture as a means of
imposing respect. Adolf Hitler, like many Germans, had an admiration
of the ancient world, especially Greece and Rome. In a time when art
was changing rapidly, he deemed the avant-garde movement as degenerate.
(War History Online) Together with his chief architect, Albert Speer,
Hitler revived a conservative, monolithic architectural style that
impressed and scared many at the same time. The Thousand-Year-Reich
was to be demonstrated through the aesthetics of these structures,
which showed Hitler’s power within Germany. Even though many of these
buildings never survived the war, some were spared the destruction,
to remain as reminders of the National Socialism, or to be put to use
once again. In this list, we will concentrate on some of those structures
that are still present today (great snaps). ... er%2FxoPm+

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