Nazikeule im Dritten Reich  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Nazikeule im Dritten Reich” (2019) is a short film by the Bohemian Browser Ballett.

It features someone who is dressed as a Nazi (SS clothing) who is called a nazi by someone supposedly from the left.

Whereupon the accused man admits being a member of the SS and the NSDAP but denies being a nazi, instead calling himself a "concerned citizen".

When the left-wing man is asked if he also considers Hitler a nazi and agrees, he is taken away by the nazi, charged with Führerbeleidigung.

The clip is set to the music of "Blutrote Rosen", a foxtrot by H. Hünemeyer und Krönkemeyer.


Keule is German for club. So Nazikeule literally means Nazi-club. It is used to denote a reductio ad Hitlerum.

Seinem Autor jetzt «Blockwartmentalität» vorzuwerfen und das «Theater heute»-Heft als aussätzig zu brandmarken, zeigt, daß die Nazikeule noch immer zu den Lieblingswaffen der deutschen Intellektuellen gehört. Kann das ein altlinker ..." --Theater heute - Volumes 1-6 - 1995
"Erdoğan accuses Germany of 'Nazi practices' over blocked political rallies" [1]

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