The Greater German Reich, also known as the Third Reich and Nazi Germany, is a totalitarian state currently consisting of Germany and its conquered lands: Poland, France, Ukraine, Belgium, North Russia, the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moldavia, and Austria. It also has several satellite states in Europe, including Italy, Spain, England, Scotland, Portugal, Hungary and Romania, making the Reich one of the world's leading superpowers (along with the United States ).
Nazi Germany was formed by Adolf Hitler in 1933, who declared himself the "Führer" ("Leader") the following year. Hitler remained in this capacity until his death in 1967. Currently Hitler holds the posthumous honorary title "Ewig Führer" ("Eternal Leader"). Heinrich Göbbels (grandson of former propaganda minister Josef Göbbels) is the current "Führer" (since 1996), leader of the Reich.