Pax Germanica

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Pax Germanica, Latin for "German peace", is a fictional alternative history describing a different world order that the proponents think would have followed an Imperial German victory in World War I or the New Order following a Nazi German victory in World War II

Fiction[edit]

In fiction, Pax Germanica also refers to the different world order that would have followed an Imperial German victory in World War I or the New Order following a Nazi German victory in World War II. The term is used in the literature, art, and cinema of alternate history and counterfactual history that are mixtures of researched fact and imagination.[1]

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Further reading[edit]

  • Tighe, C., "Pax Germanica in the future-historical" in Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik, pp. 451–467.

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