I don't know how many of you are aware of this, but years ago Robert Harris wrote an alternate history novel called Fatherland. It is about Germany in the 1960s, after they won the war. A TV-movie was made starring Rutger Hauer. It gives you a chance to see what Germania would have looked like, if it had been built. It would be interesting to have seen the real one, just imagine all those neoclassical buildings, giant zeppelins flying overhead and the Nazi soldiers in their snazzy Hugo Boss uniforms. It could be quite the sight.
I am definitely going to have to track this down (if possible)..
Read the book, but have yet to see the movie (I really need to).
The book was one of the better Nazis Victorious timelines I've seen. A frighteningly plausible world by AH standards that really felt like what a surviving Nazi Germany would have been like.
PS: off topic, but someone needs to do a satirical fashion ad for Hugo Boss featuring their line of Gestapo attire from the Nazi era. "BOSS...Style Uber Alles".
Also someone needs to do a nazi-themed amusement park named Vaterland.
Well, there was a mention of it years ago... Actually, an article.
I saw that years ago..I used to be a big Rutger Hauer fan & tried to watch all his movies , including the European ones when I could find them.
The film is pretty good, although not quite on the level of the novel. I was lucky to be able to track it down at a movie rental place in my hometown. The casting is quite good, and includes Michael Kitchen, Peter Vaughan, and John Shrapnel, but the story was trimmed down, leaving it somewhat flat. There's also a BBC radio play which sticks closer to the novel and is, like most BBC productions, frankly amazing.