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Welcome to the Third-Reich-Posters website where you will find an unrivalled selection of hard to find items.

The name is historical and goes back to when we solely sold posters relating to the Third Reich Era.

We have since developed way beyond this due to the expectations, needs and requests from our varied and worldwide customer base. The price of original period pieces is prohibitively expensive and the requirements for careful storage of them often mean they are unable to be displayed and that is where we are able to help with faithful reproductions or period pieces.

Our customer base includes, museums, military establishments, veterans, T.V prop departments, university libraries and private collectors who are looking for some extra context to add to their collection.

Our wide range of translated books gives the reader an insight into how and why the Third Reich was established and why things happened as they did.

Why do we sell Third Reich related items ? Well one major factor is that their is less competition. As sites such as Amazon and E Bay have banned such items from sale it has not lessened the demand for them and indeed it can be said by banning them they have made them more desirable and have created a larger cross section of interest in this specialist niche in the marketplace. The inability to purchase on these platforms has meant that people and institutions now come to us for these items. None of these items are intended, and nor do, they incite any form  of "hate" , "intolerance" or "violence". They are meant for academic and historical  study and if abused then that is due to the interpretation of the individual not the contents of the book. If you want to blame books and ban them from sale  then you had better start by banning the Tora, Koran and Bible all of whom have passages which could be said to incite hatred, misogyny, or intolerance in one form or another.

We do offer for sale a selection of Allied posters but as these are readily available elsewhere we do not see much demand for them, but we do still offer them for sale in the interests of diversity of opinion and balance. We did however have to stop selling the Churchill busts as in 5 years we sold 1 compared to over 100 comparable sized busts of Adolf Hitler, we do not stock what people do not wish to purchase.

We advance no political agenda other than freedom of thought and expression. If you dislike what we sell then feel free to take your business and political ideology, whether Red or Brown, elsewhere.

The history of, and leading up to, WW2 is forever and can not be denied. It is not yours, or ours, to erase, rewrite, tear down or deny !

The society we have today is the child of the past and it is what it is so act accordingly.




Includes: the English translation to the famous
Panzerwagonlied on the inside front cover!

The term, “lightning war”, is usually applied to German Wehrmacht close coordination of armour, infantry and air-power in stunning an opponent, then moving on as quickly as possible to the next objective, thereby keeping the initiative always rolling forward, never giving the enemy a chance to breathe.

Although some conservative generals, after the war, claimed to have invented the Blitzkrieg, it actually emerged from Adolf Hitler’s eye-witness experiences in the static attrition and four-year stalemate on the Western Front, during World War One. He vowed that Germany would never again be hamstrung by the kind of military inertia that cost the lives of two million of his comrades. His first Blitzkrieg was unleashed, not on Poland, but twenty years earlier, in the streets of Munich, where his Stormtroopers made up in ruthless attack what they lacked in numbers.

As such, the appearance on this c.d. of S.A. songs, “Flamme Empor” (“Rising Flames”) and “Volk ans Gewehr” (“A People in Arms”), plus the S.S. anthem, “Wenn alle untreu werden” (“When all others are disloyal”), stem from the “Kampfzeit”, that period from 1919 until 1933, when the National Socialists were battling for political power in Germany.

Some listeners may find equally unusual the inclusion of the Parade March of the Condor Legion, that group of German flyers who volunteered for duty against the Communists in Spain, from 1936 to 1939. Yet, it was there that the new Luftwaffe drew and lost its first blood against Stalin’s Red Air Force, and nurtured those advanced tactics that served it so well in World War Two.

The famous “Desert Fox”, celebrated in “Unser Rommel” , personified the Blitzkrieg. It is here performed by his men, who sing, “We are the German Afrikakorps, the Fűhrer’s irrepressible troops. We storm forward like the devil himself, scaring off the Tommies (the
British). We’re not afraid of the desert sand. Despite thirst and the burning sun, we march in step with our Rommel. Forward, forward, forward with our Rommel! The British fear us like the Plague. Although Churchill and Roosevelt are burning with rage against us, we throw the enemy out of every land. The drum beats a general march: ‘Forward with our Rommel!’ With us, battle and victory are one and the same thing. We march along side the Italian armies. When once again the sun of peace shines on us, we’ll go back to Germany. But if an enemy bullet finds us, then we’ll be laid in peace under the desert sands, and listen once more to the drum-beat: ‘Forward with our Rommel!’”

This new C.D. is different than most in its genre, because it opens with a long medley of German military songs and marches, well orchestrated and performed by a large chorus. While selections such as “Erika”, “Das Funkerlied” (“Song of the Radio Man”), and “Das Panzerlied” were Second World War favorites, “Drei Lilien” (“Three Lilies”), “Zehntausend Mann” (“Ten Thousand Men”), “In gruenen Wald” (“In the green woods”), and “Wohlan, die Zeit ist kommen” (“Well, the time is coming”) are vintage World War One.

The Blitzkrieg was not confined to the land, as suggested by several Kriegsmarine songs featured here, including “”Ein Schifflein sah ich fahren” (“I saw a little ship sailing”), “Hamburg ist ein schoenes Staedchen” (“Hamburg is a beautiful city”), and “Heut’ geht es an Bord” (“Today we go on board”). For all its success, the Blitzkrieg demanded a high price to pay in terms of human loss, as expressed in the Wehrmacht dirge, “Ich hatt’ einen Kameraden” (“I once had a comrade”), which mourns the death of those who made victory possible.

This C.D. goes far to capture something of the spirit that motivated the remarkable times in which this haunting music was performed.


1. Westerwald; Ein Schifflein sah ich fahren; Ein Tiroler wollte jagen; Wenn wir marschieren; Argonnerwald; Zehntausend Mann; Schwarzbraun ist die Haselnuss: Droben im Oberland; Erika; Wohlan die Zeit ist gekommen; Das schönste Land der Welt; Schatz ach Schatz (choral) 18:24
2. Drie Lilien; Im grünen Wald; Ihr lustigen Hannoveraner; Lore Lore; Wenn die Soldaten; Funkerlied; Hamburg ist ein schönes Städtchen; Panzerlied; Ich bin ein freier Wildbretschütz; Morgen marschieren wir; Es woldt’ ein Mäden fruh aufstehn (choral) 16:28
3. Unser Rommel (choral) 3:21
4. Parademarsch der Legion Condor (choral) 3:12
5. Marsch der Panzergrenadiere (choral) 3:09
6. Heut geht es an Bord; Jetzt kommen die lustigen, Tage; Hoch auf dem geiben Wagen; Ein Helles und ein Batzen; Musketier sein lustige Brüder; Wohlauf Kameraden; Die blauen Dragoner; Märkische Heide (choral) 11:04
7. Der mächtigste König im Luftrevier (choral) 1:14
8. Flamme Empor (choral) 2:33
9. Wenn alle Untreu werden (choral) 2:33
10. Ich hatt ein Kameraden (choral) 2:02
11. Volk ans Gewehr (choral) 1:58

Total time 65:59

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