Nazi Men Aesthetic | Bellezza Maschile nel Terzo Reich

L’oscura voragine entro cui sprofondò l’ideologia nazista fu contraddistinta da una singolare antinomia che vide il trionfo di un’ossessiva ricerca della perfezione estetica alternarsi a una morale scellerata. All’animo turpe di molti soldati del Terzo Reich corrispondeva un’apparente contraddittoria bellezza fisica, quasi come fosse necessaria a purificare la crudeltà dei loro pensieri. Attraverso questa serie di immagini la mia ricerca esibisce lo splendore del male e il travestimento del ripugnante, che generano una euritmia spaventosa.

The obscure chasm in which the Nazi ideology collapsed was marked by a singular antinomy that saw the triumph of an obsessive pursuit of aesthetic perfection alternating with a nefarious morality. To the turbulent mind of many soldiers of the Third Reich corresponded an apparent contradictory physical beauty, almost as if it were necessary to purify the cruelty of their thoughts. Through this series of images my research exhibits the splendor of evil and the disguise of the repugnant, which generates a frightening eurythmy.

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© SS young pretty soldier. Beautiful innocent face, in contrast with the skull on the hat


© Hans Joachim MarseilleHansJoachim Walter Rudolf Siegfried Marseille was a German fighter pilot during World War II. A flying ace, he is noted for his aerial battles during the North African Campaign. Marseille claimed all but seven of his 158 victories against the British Desert Air Force over North Africa

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© Early in his career, he was transferred from JG-52 by his commander, the famous Johannes “Macky” Steinhoff who said, “Marseille was remarkably handsome”

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© Hans-Joachim Marseille in North Africa

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Group of nazi soldiers

Young Waffen-SS soldie

Young Waffen-SS soldier

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© Poul, Soren and Erik: The Kam brothers.
They volunteered and fought in the 5th SS division, Wiking

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© Soren Kam. Soren was the CO of the Schalburg corps, a Danish element of the SS, was alleged to have been involved in the theft of the Jewish birth records in Denmark, so they could be efficiently deported/exterminated, recipient of the Knights Cross and was #5 on the Jews most wanted list before his death

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© Ludwig Kepplinger (31 December 1911 — 26 August 1944) was a Sturmbannführer (Major), in the Waffen-SS during World War II who was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross


Joachim Peiper


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During the battle – 1943

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© Sweet and Beautiful junior army officer

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© Look as a 90s JPG model. Kriegsmarine/German Sailor

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© Helmut Oberlander (born 15 February 1924) is a former Canadian citizen who was a member of the Einsatzgruppen death squads of Nazi Germany in the occupied Soviet Union during World War II. Oberlander is on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of most wanted Nazi war criminals

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© Gerhard “Gerd” Barkhorn (20 March 1919 – 8 January 1983) was the second most successful fighter ace of all time after fellow Luftwaffe pilot Erich Hartmann, the two people to ever exceed 300 confirmed victories


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© SS Untersturmführer Havvo Lübbe 1942

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Indifferenza numero 21 – the train of death

Nel centro di Milano esiste un luogo dimenticato, sepolto dal cemento e dall’indifferenza, lontano eppur vicino al rumore della città, distante ma rasente le vie del consumismo più sfrenato. Questo luogo è intriso di lacrime e di addii, è un binario situato al di sotto della stazione ferroviaria centrale della città e ha numero 21. Partenze senza ritorno per centinaia di persone convogliate nei bui e squallidi vagoni in legno e lamiere, trainati per giorni al freddo verso la più bieca delle destinazioni: i campi di sterminio di Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen Belsen, Mauthausen, altri campi italiani.

Il treno che scivolava lungo il binaro numero 21, un tempo adibito al trasporto di pacchi e corrispondenza, tra il 1943 e il 1945 fu il tragico mezzo di trasporto che condusse alla morte innocenti esseri umani, vittime dell’indifferenza di tutti coloro che sapevano quel che accadeva e voltavano la faccia verso un’altra direzione. Il 30 gennaio del 1944 faceva freddo a Milano, spinti e affastellati come lettere senza testo 605 persone smisero di calpestare la terra per sprofondare nell’inferno. Ritornarono solo in 22.

Ancora oggi il binario è lì, qualche metro sotto i piedi che calcano noncuranti il suolo un tempo proibito a tutti quei deportati. Prima dei forni crematori e delle camera a gas è l’indifferenza che stermina.


In the center of Milan there is a forgotten place, buried by indifference, far away near the noise of the city, distant but close to the streets of the most unbridled consumerism. This place is full of tears and goodbyes, it is a platform located below the central railway station of the city and has number 21. Departures without return for hundreds of people piped in the dark and squalid wooden wagons and plates, towed for days to cold to the most sinister of the destinations: the extermination camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen Belsen, Mauthausen, other camps.

The train that slid along the binar number 21, once used to transport parcels and correspondence, between 1943 and 1945 was the tragic means of transport that led to the death of innocent human beings, victims of the indifference of all those who knew that that happened and turned the face to another direction. January 30, 1944 was cold in Milan, pushed and bundled as letters without text 605 people stopped trampling the earth to sink into hell. They returned only in 22.

Even today the track is there, a few feet below the feet that carelessly kick the ground once forbidden to all those deportees. Before the crematory ovens and the gas chambers is the indifference that exterminates.

Luciano Lapadula

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