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Tuesday, 15 May 2007

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The Estate of the Third Reich are in formal talks this week with popular documentary cable network the 'History Channel.' The talks may be the final process of a long speculated take-over of the documentary channel by the Nazi Party of Germany. The deal has long since been predicted, after the number of World War II programmes on the channel rose by 42% in the first quarter.

The Nazi Party released the following press information: "Following the success of 'Hitler's Diaries', 'Hitler Speaks', 'Third Reich: Spectrum of Power', we made a corporate decision to increase our share in the History Channel."

The Nazi Party have assured all viewers that this will not lead to a monopoly on of the market by the National Socialists: "... we assure all those involved in the History Channel that we have been in talks with Bobby Darin Inc, the Sinatra Family and anyone else from whom we could possibly drag out another documentary on the Rat Pack or swing music in general. These shows will continue as billed, with some slight changes."

Due to commence production in May 2009 "The Nazis and Sinatra" will be the first in a trilogy of documentaries for the History Channel, featuring the search for any possible abstract link between National Socialism and any individual connected in any distant way with Frank Sinatra.

Was Buddy Holly's plane really shot down by the Deutsche Luftwaffe? The third instalment investigates how this could possibly, in a million years, be absolutely true.

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