(quoted in Völkischer Beobachter)
April 4, 1934
Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler pointed out at the beginning of the interview that he was a staunch advocate of personal interchange, of “man-to-man diplomacy.” He would most prefer, he said, being able to speak privately with the responsible leaders of the most important nations, including America.
Read more at: Adolf Hitler – interview for “Associated Press“
by Paul Ballard
‘The Nazi command succeeded in forestalling our troops literally two weeks before the war began.’ General S. P. Ivanov, Chief of the General Staff Academy of the Armed Forces of the USSR, 1974.
The critical moment of World War Two – if not of the twentieth century – is generally regarded as Adolf Hitler’s decision in 1941 to launch an unprovoked assault upon a hitherto neutral and peaceful Soviet Union. Operation Barbarossa, as it was called, is perceived as the great tactical mistake which doomed National-Socialist Germany to defeat. Icebreaker, by Russian historian Victor Suvorov, exposes this scenario as nonsense. This extensively researched piece of historical revisionism provides compelling evidence that Operation Barbarossa was a reluctant pre-emptive strike against a massive Soviet military machine which was at that time poised to invade not just Germany, but the whole of Western Europe…
Read more at: Fourteen Days that Saved the World
By Dr. Friedrich Karl Wiehe
Published in Berlin, 1938
Table of Contents
1. Population and the Social Structure of German Jews
2. Jews in German Economic Life
3. Jews and Corruption
4. The Jews in German Political Life
5. The Jews in the German Press
6. Jews in German Art and Literature
7. The Jewish Share in Immorality
8. The Jewish Share in Crime
“I was a Jew before I was an American. I have been an American all of my life, 64 years. But I have been a Jew for 4.000 years.”
– Rabbi Wise in a speech in Cleveland in June 1938.
Ever since the day when the National-Socialists came into power in Germany, thereby placing the solution of the Jewish problem in the forefront of German politics, public opinion the world over has become increasingly interested in that problem. . .
Read more at: Germany and the Jewish Question
Sometimes I see comments about the bad things that happen in this world. And when the people that writes this kind of comments speak about the entities that do these deeds, they compare them to the “Nazis”. Leer más “THE EVIL, EVIL, EVIL, EVIL NAZIS. RIGHT?”
by Matt Koehl
With all the controversy raging over health-care reform in the United States, we are pleased to present a plan far superior to anything currently being discussed, a plan meeting all optimal criteria…
Read the original at: Hitlercare
Berlin, February 1, 1933 More than fourteen years have passed since the unhappy day when the German people, blinded by promises from foes at home and abroad, lost touch with honor and freedom, there…
Read the original at: Adolf Hitler – Proclamation to the German folk – 01.02.1933