Jẹ́mánì Nazi

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Großdeutsches Reich
Greater German Reich
1933–1945
Flag National Insignia
Motto
"Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer."

"One People, one Reich, one Leader."

Anthem
"Das Lied der Deutschen" (official)

First stanza of
"Das Lied der Deutschen"
followed by "Horst-Wessel-Lied"
Großdeutsches Reich 1944
Capital Berlin
Language(s) German
Government Republic,[1]
Single-party state
President
 - 1933–1934 Paul von Hindenburg
 - 1934–1945 Adolf Hitler (as Führer)
 - 1945 Karl Dönitz
Chancellor
 - 1933–1945 Adolf Hitler
 - 1945 Joseph Goebbels
Legislature Reichstag
 - State council Reichsrat
Historical era Interwar period/WWII
 - Machtergreifung [2] 30 January, 1933
 - Gleichschaltung 27 February 1933
 - Anschluss 13 March 1938
 - World War II 1 September 1939
 - Death of Adolf Hitler 30 April 1945
 - German Instrument of Surrender 7/8 May
Area
 - 1941 (Großdeutschland) [3] 696,265 km2 (268,829 sq mi)
Population
 - 1941 (Großdeutschland) est. 90,030,775 
     Density 129.3 /km2  (334.9 /sq mi)
Currency Reichsmark (RM)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Weimar Republic
Saar (League of Nations)
First Austrian Republic
Czechoslovak Republic
Klaipėda Region
Free City of Danzig
Second Polish Republic
Kingdom of Italy
Eupen-Malmedy
Luxembourg
Alsace-Lorraine
Drava Banovina
Flensburg government
Allied-occupied Germany
Allied-administered Austria
Third Republic of Czechoslovakia
Republic of Poland
Alsace-Lorraine
Eupen-Malmedy
Luxembourg
Kingdom of Italy
Kaliningrad Oblast
Saar protectorate
People's Republic of Slovenia
Democratic Federal Yugoslavia
Elten and Selfkant
Ní òní ó jẹ́ apá  Austria
 Belarus
 Belgium
 Czech Republic
 France
 Germany
 Italy
 Lithuania
 Luxembourg
 Netherlands
 Poland
 Russia
 Slovenia
 Ukraine

Jẹ́mánì Nazi ati Raik Keta ni awon oruko to wopo fun orile-ede Jemani labe ijoba Adolf Hitler ati Egbe Osise Sosialisti Apapo Jemani (NSDAP), lati 1933 de 1945. Raik Keta (Third Reich) (Jẹ́mánì: Drittes Reich) tokasi ijoba Nazi gege bi atele si Ile Obaluaye Romu Mimo igba ailaju ni Europe (962–1806) ati si Ile Obaluaye Jemani odeoni (1871–1918). Jemani Nazi ni oruko onibise meji, the Deutsches Reich (Raik Jemani), lati 1933 de 1943, nigba to di Großdeutsches Reich (Raik Jemani Titobiju).



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  1. The Weimar Constitution was never formally repealed. Sources : James Burnham, The Machiavellians, defenders of freedom‎, Blackstone, 1963, p. 123, Q & A at Nuremberg trial
  2. German election, 1933
  3. in 1939, before Germany acquired control of the last two regions which had been in its control before the Versailles Treaty, Alsace-Lorraine, Danzig and the part of West Prussia colloquially known as the "Polish Corridor", it had an area was 633786 sq. km., Statistisches Bundesamt (Federal Statistical Office), Statistisches Jahrbuch 2006 für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland, p. 34.