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Berlin 1938 - Reinhardt Heydrich

The Collectors Showcase Berlin 1938 - Reinhardt Heydrich




 
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Collectors Showcase CS00419 Berlin 1938 - Reinhardt Heydrich (1:30 Scale) "I would rather die standing up in a Mercedes than hide away."
- German Chancellor Adolf Hitler commenting upon a possible assasination attempt while riding in his limousine, 1938

The Collectors Showcase presents the beginning of our new series: Berlin 1938. A series meant to chronicle, in miniature, Berlin at the height of the Third Reich's pre-war power. The first diorama offering is the Fuhrer's Reichkanzlei office complete with map table, lamps and removable swastika flag. The initial figure set offerings are the figures and personalities that brought the Western world to the edge of oblivion. Each figure comes with a removable hat allowing greater flexibility in display. The launch of this series heralds a long view of the great variety of Berlin locales available to the collector. Each vignette setting brings the collector another view of the city's central points throughout the Nazi period. Sold Out!

Dimensions
Height: 2-1/2 inches

Release Date: July 2010

Historical Account: Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich (March 7th, 1904 – June 4th, 1942) was a high-ranking German Nazi official. He was SS-Obergruppenführer (General) and General der Polizei, chief of the Reich Main Security Office (including the SD, Gestapo and Kripo) and Stellvertretender Reichsprotektor (Deputy Reich-Protector) of Bohemia and Moravia. In August 1940, he was appointed and served as President of Interpol (the international law enforcement agency). Heydrich chaired the 1942 Wannsee Conference, which discussed plans for the deportation and extermination of all Jews in German-occupied territory. He was attacked by British-trained Czech agents on May 27th, 1942, sent to assassinate him in Prague (see Operation Anthropoid). He died slightly over a week later from complications arising from his injuries.

Features
  • Removable Cap

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