I use to love Blümchen when I was 15, back in my “raver days.” I had the cool european trance and techno music that all my friends wanted a copy of. My older brother had Keoki and Oakenfeld, and Future Sound of London, and I stumbled upon good old Jasmin Wagner, Blümchen, high energy German rave music.
Secret Nazi is a fad characterized by a picture depicting a swastika (or any Nazi reference) in an unexpected place, accompanied by a flashing black-and-white photo of Adolf Hitler and the song “Heut Ist Men Tag” by Blümchen. I just stumbled across this today.
The forest swastika was a patch of larch trees covering 3,600 m2 (4,300 sq yd) area of pine forest near Zernikow, Uckermark district, Brandenberg, in northeastern Germany, carefully arranged to look like a swatsika. It was probably planted near the height of Hitler’s power, in the 1930s. The design went largely unnoticed until the 1990s, and was finally obscured in 2000. A BBC news article about the elimination of the swastika inspired OMG, Secret Nazi Forest in September 2005.