The Commissariat for the Strengthening of the German Populace was an organization established by Nazi Germany after the outbreak of World War II. The Commissariat was placed under the direction of Heinrich Himmler. The stated goal of the Commissariat was to "Germanize" conquered portions of Eastern Europe, including the liquidation of the Jews. The organization ceased to exist at the end of the war.
Commissariat for the Strengthening of the German Populace in "Shtetl Days"Edit
After the Greater German Reich emerged victorious from the War of Retribution, the Commissariat for the Strengthening of the German Populace oversaw the complete eradication of the Jews all over the globe. They made careful and detailed records of the customs and general way of life of the people they destroyed. In the 21st Century, the Commissariat established various shtetls as tourist attractions, and hired actors to play the parts of the Jews.
However, in their attempt to show the world how "awful" the Jews had been, they unwittingly resurrected the Jews, as the Aryan actors soon identified more with their Jewish characters than the horrible world which Nazism had created.