As a few of you may have read previously, in March of this year I headed up to Osaka and the Kobe Kanagawa Eye Clinic for a Premium iLASIK procedure on my eyes. I’d been up in Tokyo a month previously for a pre-LASIK consultation and they said despite me being on the borderline of […]
Germany under the Third Reich: A colour photography special (4 of 4)
Here is the fourth and final part of my photo feature on Germany in the 1930s and ’40s under the command of Hitler and the Third Reich. I hope you’ve found the photographs included in these posts as interesting as I have while looking through them. Looking through some of the pictures, you have to wonder whether the photographers had any idea of what they were documenting on film, and how the Third Reich had changed Germany and was changing the world.
Do let me know if you enjoyed this series and if so I’ll try to provide similar posts in the future.
Strange… just as I was about to click to publish this post I hear Japanese nationalistic music and one of the uyoku dantai (right-wing extemist) black vans drives past showing the old flag from pre-WWII.