Teeming with precise and carefully selected evidence my students love playing this game to boost subject knowledge. There are 132 cards (which work best when cut out and laminated) including figures such as the only Jewish representative of the 1936 German Olympic squad Helene (Meyer) and Hitler's British wartime dog (Fuchsl), as well as more obvious characters such as Vienna-period Hitler, Goebbels, Himmler etc. On each card there is a key date/event for that person, two precise statistics, and a quotation. Students simply call out a category and the person with the highest card 'trumps' the other, winning their card. The objective is to strip your opponent of their cards to win the game. This is a resource I am very proud of and which has received many accolades from students and lesson observations alike.