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Why Was It Called the Third Reich?

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The third Reich was a term adopted by Adolf Hitler in the 1920s to describe the thousand-year emporiums he intended to create. The First Reich (or Empire) was the Holy Roman Empire which existed from the time of Charlemagne to 1806. The Second Reich was the German Empire of 1871-1918 created by Otto von Bismarck.
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