The Philosophical Foundations of National-Socialism

"Neues Europa"



By Reichsleiter Dr. Otto Dietrich

Translated by Hadding Scott, 2015

Here is the first installment in a serialized translation of Die philosophischen Grundlagen des Nationalsozialismus: ein Ruf zu den Waffen deutschen Geistes by Dr. Otto Dietrich, Reichspressechef of the NSDAP, 1934.

The fact that I have translated this handy presentation from 1934 should not be construed as an endorsement of any statement made by Dietrich after the war, when he was a prisoner of the victorious powers, circumstances under which a number of men were pressured to make statements confirming the propaganda of the victors. On the contrary, part of the purpose here is to show what Dietrich had to say about National-Socialism was when he was a free man.

The Philosophical Foundations of National-Socialism: 
A Call to Arms of the German Mind a lecture delivered at the University of Köln, 16 November 1934 
Reichsleiter Dr. Otto Dietrich

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Hitler, the Unemployed and Autarky

"Neues Europa"

Some Observations After 50 Years

By Rudolf Jordan

Published: 1984-04-01


Third Reich/Economy in German as “Das Gespenst der Arbeitslosigkeit: Wie es vor 50 Jahren verjagt wurde,” in “Deutschland in Geschichte und Gegenwart,” Vol. 30. No. 3 (1982); The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 5, no. 1 (spring 1984), pp. 77-83 Hitler, the Unemployed and Autarky Some Observations After 50 Years Rudolf Jordan Contrib: Ronald Klett, translation, comments

In Germany and throughout the democratic world the problem that disturbingly dominates politics today is rising unemployment and its simple cause, lack of jobs for the work force available. The worker has a right to employment. In place of the long postwar period of economic growth in Germany, known as the Wirtschaftswunder, which saw some 4.8 million foreign workers attracted to the country, the situation now is that nearly 2 million German workers seek employment and cannot find it…

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