The 20th century German Nazi party has made use of the extensive graphic symbolism. This was specifically true for the Hakenkreuz symbol. This was used as the principle for the swastika flag. This was viewed to the state flag of Nazi Germany. The symbols of the Nazi include swatiska, black SS uniform. The Nazi principle symbol was the swastika flag. Some of the symbolism of the time was used by the neo-Nazi group. The symbols used by the Nazi were used by the number of runes. National Socialism was about the changes in the cultural landscapes and efforts to bring back the culture of German values and Nordic values (Marchand, 1998). The culture was to shape a new racial community. These ideals of the nation were considered to be contradictory. The cultural principles had the importance of family connections, race and Volk as the higher representation of the German values. There was rejection of the philosophies of materialism and cosmopolitanism. The cultural values were about the importance of the harmony of the Germans with the native soil and with nature. In Nazi Germany, the chief role of the culture was to distribute Nazi world view and control the world (Mosse, 1966). There was synchronization of the expert and social organization. The government purged with the cultural organizations of the Jews and other people to be politically and artistically suspect. The newer Nazi aesthetic had embraced the classical realism. The visual arts and other models of high culture were exemplified to embrace the peasant life and communities. There was a calculated propagandistic undercurrent that had stood in this aspect. The stark contrast to the trends of modern art was about the abstract and surrealist tenets.