In the Nazi imagination, music had a unique significance and power to seduce and sway the masses. The Party made widespread use of music in its publicity, and music featured prominently at rallies and other public events. The Horst Wessellied (Horst Wessel song) was popular and widely sung. Many propaganda songs were aimed at the youth, and the Hitlerjugend (Hitler Youth) developed an elaborate music program.
- Music amongst the Hitler Youth
- Jazz im „Dritten Reich“
- Music and Politics ⇒
- Musik im Ghetto-Lager Theresienstadt
- Teachers' Guide - Politics & Propaganda