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German Reich
Deutsches Reich
Flag of the German Reich (1935–1945).svg
1939–1990 National Bolshevik Party.svg
Flag of the German Reich (1935–1945).svg Reichsadler der Deutsches Reich (1933–1945).svg
Flag Coat of arms
Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer
Das Lied der Deutschen
Territory of South Germany at its maximum extent following the Berlin Revolution, circa 1941.

Dark green: De facto territory

Light green: Claimed territory
Capital Berlin (de jure)

Munich (de facto)

Languages German
Religion Christianity
Government National socialist single-party state under totalitarian dictatorship
 -  1933 - 1939 Adolf Hitler (Third Reich)
 - 1967 - 1974 Baldur von Schirach (first)
 - 1974 - 1990 Kurt Dietrich (last)
 - 1939 - 1965 Hermann Göring (first)
 - 1965 - 1967 Alfred Rosenberg (last)
 - 1939 - 1964 Martin Bormann (first)
 - 1974 - 1990 Kurt Dietrich (last)
Legislature Reichstag
Historical era German Civil War
 - Assassination of Adolf Hitler November 8th, 1939
 -  Bormann takes power November 11th, 1939 1939
 - Communist uprising in Berlin November 15th, 1939
 - Capture of Munich October 2nd, 1990
 -  Reunification of Germany October 3rd, 1990 1990
Currency Reichsmark (ℛℳ)
Today part of National Bolshevik Party Germany

The German Reich (German: Deutsches Reich) was a totalitarian state claiming jurisdiction over all of Germany. However, in reality the Reich contested this sovereignty with its northern counterpart, the Socialist Republic of Germany. The German Reich's de facto capital was in the city of Munich. Chancellor Martin Bormann's Nazi government fled to Munich after a successful communist uprising in Berlin following Adolf Hitler's death in late 1939. In 1990, Munich, as the last stronghold of Nazism, fell to the communist North Germany. The government surrendered to North Germany, whereupon the Reich was dissolved and Munich integrated into a reunified Germany.

In modern historical documentation, this later stage of Nazi Germany is often referred to as the Fourth Reich or the Last Reich, to differentiate it from its Hitlerian predecessor, the Third Reich.