Battle of the Third Reich


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A Chinese student died in Europe because of a strange flying accident, and because of that accident, he took up a strange task. Resurrecting back in time, he became involved in the smoke of World War II.

Describes the journey as he survives in this world of chaos, while maintaining his ideals.

Battle of the Third Reich average rating 3.3/5 - 61 user ratings
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Resurrected into the War of the Third Reich
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New Deufrau rated it
August 14, 2017
Status: --
"I died and resurrected. Now I that I have a new life, lets go be biased towards little Jap and help out China even though I'm supposed to be German"

Honestly why would you want to read history placed as a fantasy work there will always be biases. In majority of historical Chinese web novels, there will always be some sort of relationship and biased between the three: Germany, China, and Japan. Germany because German soldiers 'helping' out War prisoners and people in China from being experimented on for science during... more>> Japanese occupation and also China idolizes their "1v5:Us vs the world" prowess during WW2. China because China. Japan because can't get over history (this might sound sarcasm but it's not about that or Japan not having proper history books, it's the irony of focusing only on that past to cause bias and hate to new generations)

Honestly, I would recommend people read [My third reich] (我的第三帝国) instead. Even though it still has some biases, It's still more reliable than this book. This book (Battle of the Third Reich) is ok but not that great.


In [My Third Reich], the MC also reincarnated but into a soldier and he fought in WWI. He, by his own hands, actually builds his empire (Germany's Third Reich) by his own efforts and the story builds on this by showing you everything he's done. It takes the guy 10+ years to actually reach the top and getting Germany HIS country back on it's feet. Sure there are some biases towards the Japs BUT unlike this book [Battle of The Third Reich], the MC sees it as benefits or trouble. Where he still does deal in trades with Japan but finds China as a more beneficial country because of it's resources (to build its arms) and future potential as an Ally and economic investment. He sees his country first and so long as they have the resources or actual benefits to help Germany, then so what if you're Russia or Japan, he'll still rip you off but at least he's fair.

You can argue that the MC in [Battle of the Third Reich] also cares for Germany but honestly, it doesn't weigh the same when the MC was forcibly involved with Germany and stating that he'll rescue his motherland (China) back. The book [My third Reich] has the tension, suspense and development which this book lacks. It's a comparison between how a Chinese Adult [My third Reich] and a kid (This book) handle reincarnation in WW2 as a German/Person reincarnated in that era. And let me tell you, the differences in ideas and actions are easy to spot.

But really, if you're going to read a WW2 historical web novel from China pick [My third Reich] or something that's farther from idealism.

[Edited spoiler to specify which novel I'm referring to. Edit2: I suck at specifying and editing]

But anyways, here's the background on this book. Note it's been a long time since I read this


Story is about some student from China learning history in a museum (I think it was in Germany). He learns how to build Student dies in a plane crash because the Time space administration from the future purposely crashed into him (MC doesn't know this). Then he helps the administration by re-fixing the timeline by replacing the time criminal Jack who was the deputy Fuhrer and then he gets that as his new body which has a Junker background.

Unfortunately he crashed in French territory and there he has to prove his military prowess by commanding troops to annihilate the British and French soldiers to prevent them from being able to retreat to England which historically f*cks up the Germans. Then he goes back to the capital and political stuff happens and during war Germany still loses but he replaces Adolf Hitler and replaces him then surrenders (note Germany is in a good position here due to the multiple political and economic trades (if you can call it that lmao esp with Treaty of Versailles chapters) he did while the war was going on. Then stuff happens and MC, guarding the Europes from threats allies himself with France and England - note this is just a simplified version and not full so theres more that actually happened than said.

After that he goes to Asia. Now the thing I don't like about this book was how it shows Japan exaggerated than needs to be. Even when Japan tries to build friendly relationships the MC already has them black listed for 'reasons' and literally back-stabs them later on by helping China and not telling them. Also I like how in this book the Japanese Emperor is some cunning badass that can control his Shoguns and have them loyal to him to the point that they can give their lives for the Emperors Goals. It's the most realistic portrayal of him /s. Then political and other trades happen again. And then All of the world is now eyeing Asia because of resources and colonial rights.


That was as far as I got since this book should have been done 7 years ago. (Edit2) I've read reviews from blogs and board post from other readers and here's an important statement that gets cumulatively brought up: "Though there are idealistic thinking and naive views, it's still a good story to read on after so many years of being abandoned. If you are seeking the truth of what really happened in history, please remember that this is only a fictional novel; neither your teacher or historical documents it's just a story. "

But honestly, if you want to read more or learn more about history go read historical excerpts in the internet that's open internationally not some fanfiction of it.

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New LysUltima rated it
August 14, 2017
Status: v1c9
Pretty interesting so far. As said in the synopsis, a Chinese dude, who somehow can speak fluent English and German, goes on a plane and crashes into a submarine. That's 8 chappies of content for ya~

Anyways, it's built on an interisting premise, but we'll have to see when the translator, with his super fast translation speed, gets some more done.

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MingDelta rated it
August 10, 2017
Status: v4c22
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This novel is very much like TGS. It has a similar vibe which is hard to explain.

The author imo does a very good job of not taking a biased approach. Now the Author is NOT pro-nazI even though the ... more>>

MC takes the body of Deputy Fuhrer and subsequently has to act as a Nazi.


Essentially he points out the bad things that Nazi's do (aka Holocaust) and the MC works to prevent that.

Yes, the MC ends up directing a battle, where British soldiers end up killed but the MC himself is not fond of killing.


The story has a lot of twists and turns. It will certainly be a fun ride!

EDIT: One complaint I have is that is that most of the rating are 5's or 1's. Which I think is ridiculous, just because the story features Nazi's doesn't mean that you should automatically rate it a 1.

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