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Deutschlandlied – Wikipedia

During the Nazi era, only the first stanza was used, followed by the SA song “Horst-Wessel-Lied”. Hence, effective since then, the national anthem of Germany is unmistakably the third stanza of the Deutschlandlied, and only this stanza, with Haydn’s music.

Nazi-era German anthem performed at game – CNN Video

Feb 13, 2017 · The US Tennis Association has apologized to the German Fed Cup team for playing the Nazi-era national anthem ahead of a replay match in the women’s tournament.

USTA apologizes for Nazi-era version of German anthem sung

USTA apologizes for Nazi-era version of German anthem sung before Fed Cup match. “Deutschlandlied” became the official anthem of West Germany, but …

Die Horst Wessel Lied – Nazi Germany National Anthem

Die Horst Wessel Lied – Nazi Germany National Anthem 3:23 The following content has been identified by the YouTube community as inappropriate or offensive to some audiences.

USTA apologizes after Nazi-era German national anthem

Feb 13, 2017 · The US Tennis Association has apologized to the German Fed Cup team for playing the Nazi-era national anthem ahead of a replay match in the women’s tournament.

US apologise after Nazi-era German anthem is performed

German Fed Cup team member Andrea Petkovic was left ‘horrified and shocked’ after a Nazi-era version of their national anthem was performed before their tie in Hawaii

US Tennis says sorry for using Nazi-era anthem before

The Guardian – Back to home. Support The Guardian Contribute Subscribe Contribute Search jobs US Tennis says sorry for using Nazi-era anthem before Germany Fed Cup match

USTA apologizes after Nazi-era German anthem – CNN Video

Feb 13, 2017 · The US Tennis Association has apologized to the German Fed Cup team for playing the Nazi-era national anthem ahead of a replay match in the women’s tournament.

National Anthem: Germany – Deutschlandlied [NEW VERSION

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Oct 02, 2016 · It was retained as the anthem of Nazi Germany, along with the party anthem, the Horst Wessel Song. However, during the Nazi era those lyrics took on unfortunate connotations.

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Deutschlandlied | German national anthem | Britannica.com

Deutschlandlied: Deutschlandlied, (German: “Song of Germany”) official national anthem of Germany from 1922 to 1945, of West Germany from 1950 to 1990, and of reunified Germany from 1990. The tune of the German national anthem was composed in 1796 by Austrian Joseph Haydn and was first performed in 1797 for the

Nazi-era German anthem at tennis tournament sparks outrage

Germany’s Andrea Petkovic and Alison Riske of the US were about to play their first-round tie when the anthem was heard. “It was an absolute outrage and affront, the lowest,” Petkovic said.

Horst-Wessel-Lied – Wikipedia

From 1933 to 1945 the Nazis made it the co-national anthem of Germany, along with the first stanza of the “Deutschlandlied”. Since the end of World War II, the anthem has been banned in Germany …

Songwriter(s): Horst Wessel

‘Epitome of ignorance’: U.S. accidentally plays Nazi-era

Before Germany’s Andrea Petkovic and Alison Riske of the U.S. took the court in Hawaii, a singer inadvertently performed a long-banned Nazi-era version of the country’s national anthem. Scroll

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