The idea of such a progression of "Reichs" had its source only 10 years before Hitler's ascent to control and those living in the retroactively named "First Reich" (the Roman Empire) or "Second Reich" (the German Empire) would not have perceived the legitimacy of such a label.
Today, a lot of people are interested in NSDAP antiques and such items are being sold at different places especially on the online websites. Some of the important items from the Third Reich include German postcards. German postcards were quite famous during the Third Reich and they were considered as a tool to spread propaganda during that time.
In the primary months of the chancellorship of Hitler, the Nazis initiated an approach of "coordination" the arrangement of people and foundations with Nazi objectives. Culture, the economy, law, and education all went under Nazi control. The Nazi rule likewise endeavored to "facilitate" the German places of worship and, in spite of the fact that it was not fully successful; it won good support from a dominant part of Catholic and Protestant ministers.
Broad publicity was utilized to spread the Nazi's objectives and beliefs. Upon the passing of German president in August 1934, Hitler accepted the powers of the presidency. The military made a solemn vow of individual dedication to him. Hitler's fascism laid on his situation as Reich President (head of state), Reich Chancellor (head of government), as well as Fuehrer (leader of the Nazi party). As indicated by the "Fuehrer guideline," Hitler remained outside the legitimate state and decided issues of policies himself.
During that time, there were a lot of things that were considered as propaganda by the Nazi government because a lot of people and as well as German oppositions were against the Nazi government.
The German Postcards that were famous at that time includes some Adolf Hitler pictures with different well-known personalities. Very few people knew the main purpose behind those pictures that were specially printed in those postcards but they were considered as a potent tool to spread propaganda due to which it gained great popularity. However, no one knows what it actually was.
Today, along with different other NSDAP antiques, the German Postcards are also considered as a historic item and most of the people love to collect them. The main reason behind this is not known, however, it must be done by Hitler to gain more popularity among the people during the Third Reich.