ADOLF Hitler envisioned a thousand years of Nazi rule if the Third Reich had won World War 2 – and this is how the world would have looked.
WW2 might have ended with a victory for Britain, the US and Russia, but Hitler had big plans for the world should the Axis have managed to defeat the Allies.
Hitler’s vision would have seen the Reich spanning across Europe, deep into the Soviet Union and down into Africa – a world dubbed the New Order.
Such a vision is laid out in hit show Man in the High Castle – which is releases its third season this weekend on Amazon Prime.
Berlin would have become the capital of the world and been heavily remodelled as a futuristic metropolis.
And Hitler’s allies Japan and Italy would have also carved up their slices of the world – occupying and annexing whole countries.
Daily Star Online can now reveal what the world could have looked like if Hitler won World War 2.
“Hitler’s vision would have seen the Reich spanning across Europe, deep into the Soviet Union and down into Africa”
Hitler would have likely had complete control over Europe – either totally occupying or installing puppet governments in states like Britain and France.
Nazi war chiefs had big plans for Britain, allegedly wanting to seize Winston Churchill’s ancestral seat Blenheim Palace as Hitler’s own personal holiday home.
The Fuhrer also wanted to seize Nelson’s column and ship it over to Berlin as the ultimate demoralising prize for beating Britain.
Berlin was intended to be morphed into a city called Germania, which would have been dubbed the “World Capital” in plans drawn up by Hitler’s top architect Albert Speer.
The centrepiece of this new capital would have been Volkshalle – or Hall of Glory – which was a huge domed building intended to dwarf every other structure in the city.
Russia would have been swept away, with the Nazis intending to totally smash the state to pieces as if it never existed.
Germans would have been then been moved in as settlers in the vast spaces once the locals had been exterminated in the dissolved Soviet Union.
Entire cities in Russia would have been levelled – including Moscow, Kiev and Leningrad.
Some accounts state Moscow would have transformed into a massive lake in the ultimate insult to the defeated Red Army.
Europe and the occupied territories would have become known as the Greater Germanic Reich.
Hitler’s forces would have also totally occupied much of Africa – essentially splitting the continent with the Italian Empire.
Germany’s former colonies would have retaken, and the Reich would have taken control of much of central Africa.
It was envisioned as a vast colony which would have introduced segregation and the mass rollout of Hitler’s racist policies.
The region was envisioned as Mittelafrika – and was a longterm German plan drawn up before World War One.
Nazis wanted to capture the resource rich region and use it to expand the economic growth of Hitler’s new empire.
Unlike in Man in the High Castle – which features the US carved up between the Nazis and the Japanese – it is unlikely Hitler would have attempted to occupy the Americas.
However, Hitler did envision an upcoming battle of the continents once he had achieved his dreams of dominating Europe and Africa.
Had the Nazis managed to win the war on their side of the Atlantic, it would have likely seen the world settle into an alternate version of the Cold War.
Nazi leadership decided to leave concrete plans of how to defeat and occupy the US to the next generation of Germans.
Hitler still had plans known as Amerikabomber drawn up for nuclear strikes on the US – with the Nazi leader obsessed with the idea of levelling New York.
Without having to wage war with the US, the Empire of Japan would have extended its reach across Asia and into the far eastern Soviet Union.
China and the Koreas would have been occupied by the Emperor’s forces who would have also likely pushed into India – which at the time was fighting for Britain.
And once again, while Man in the High Castle pictures a world where Japan have founded the Japanese Pacific States on the West Coast, it is unlikely the Empire would have been able to occupy the US.
Benito Mussolini’s Italian Empire would have staked its claim on parts of Southern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
Italy joined the war on the side of the Nazis on the proviso it could seize huge swathes of territory – and Mussolini had ambitions to capture the Suez Canal.