The Heretics’ Hour: Political-Social Design in the Third Reich

January 9, 2012

Top: Battle of Coberg Anniversary Plate, porcelain made to resemble terra cotta; SA High Leader Honor Dagger (detail). Bottom: SA “Deutschland Erwache” Standard; Exquisite SS Rider porcelain figurine.

Charles Krafft and George Stimson join Carolyn Yeager for a discussion of the impressive designs that were a part of the Third Reich, indisputably one of the most artistically creative periods in modern history. They discuss the Allach Porcelain Works outside of Dachau; some of the well known designers working in the Reich; the passion of the militaria collector; the images most commonly used; posters, flags and banners, uniforms and weaponry such as daggers. The National Socialist Third Reich period – 1923 to 1945 – is the most popular with Collectors world-wide.

27 MB / 32 kbps mono / 1 hour 56 min.

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