It didn't take long for people to start reshaping the images of yesteryear:

Film maker "Exaggerated" imagined a past in which pop superfreak Michael Jackson sat at Hitler's right side, attending state dinners of the High Command.

Soon fictional characters were finding their way into history, starting with this jarring tapestry from "The Yellow Yell".

With Michael Jackson whispering in his ear, Hitler would have no choice but to invade Disney Land, as evidenced by this stunning propaganda photo from "Rheingold".

But wait! More Photoshop historians continue to rewrite the books!

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