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Seni Reich Ketiga adalah seni yang disetujui pemerintah yang dihasilkan di Jerman Nazi antara 1933 dan 1945. Setelah menjadi diktator pada 1933, Adolf Hitler memakai artistik pribadinya untuk memberlakukan hukum pada tingkat yang jarang diketahui sebelumnya.

Seni Jerman Nazi
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Patung-patung telanjang dari tubuh-tubuh perempuan dan laki-laki ideal, dipasang di jalan-jalan Berlin pada saat Olimpiade Musim Panas 1936. Berlin memenangkan tawaran tersebut pada April 1931, dua tahun sebelum NSDAP berkuasa. Ini adalah pertama kalinya Komite Olimpiade Internasional mengumpulkan jajak pendapat untuk sebuah tawaran kota yang diajukan sebagai tuan rumah.
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Die Partei, patung Arno Breker mewakili jiwa Partai Nazi

Dalam kasus Jerman, modelnya adalah seni rupa Yunani klasik dan Romawi, yang dipandang oleh Hitler sebagai seni rupa yang bentuk luarnya mewakili gagasan rasial dalam.[1]

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  1. ^ Grosshans 1983, p. 87

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