As the expression of the firm German will to live, the total war effort more and more encompasses our entire people.
Since 1914, when as a volunteer, I made my modest contribution in the World War which was forced upon the Reich, over thirty years have passed.
Not only during his lifetime, but also in the decades since his death in 1954, Wilhelm Furtwängler has been globally recognized as one of the greatest musicians of this century, above all as the brilliant primary conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra, which he lead from 1922 to 1945, and again after 1950.
National Socialists! Party Comrades! A sense of duty and my work prohibit my leaving headquarters at this time, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the day on which the principal program of our movement was proclaimed and accepted in Munich.
The US National Archives is digitizing nearly 1,300 images from glass photo negatives created by Hitler’s personal photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann.
Deputies, Men of the German Reichstag! I have had you summoned to attend this short session today, myself moved to the depths of my heart, in order to give you a report on the events whose significance you all appreciate.
In the Thicket of the Forest at Artois
WWI Poem by Adolf Hitler
(Direct English Translation)
After fifty years of being confined to the Orwellian memory hole created by the Jews as part of their European "denazification" process, the work of the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun -- who died in 1952 -- is reemerging to take its place among the greatest European literature of the twentieth century.
These are the Second World War bunkers that still crouch on the landscape as echoes of the biggest conflict in history.
The significance, importance and effects of martyrs on religious or secular power systems and on revolutionary movements has always been known and exploited by the tyrants of Church and State.
It has often been said that Hitler's greatest mistakes were his decisions to go to war against the Soviet Union and the United States. Whatever the truth may be, it's worth noting his own detailed justifications for these fateful decisions.
When in November 1918 the German Volk-trusting in the guarantees of Wilson’s Fourteen Points-laid down their arms after four and a half years of valiant resistance in a war they had never wanted, they believed they were doing a service not only to tormented mankind, but to a great idea in and of itself.
The source: This was printed in most remaining German newspapers on 20 April 1945.
Reading the universally acclaimed German philosopher Martin Heidegger is a pleasure that cannot and should not be underestimated.
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