Party comrades! National Socialists!
For us, February 24th is always a day of moved memory. And rightly so! For on this day, the movement began from this hall the amazing triumphant march that led it to the top of the Reich and hence made it the shaper of German fate.
On 9 September 1944, SS-Obergruppenführer Jeckeln, the Higher SS and Police Leader for the Baltic States ordered all Latvian Police Regiments not engaged in combat to relocate to the SS Camp “Seelager” at Dondangen (Dundaga) on the Latvian coast.
British National Socialist leader Colin Jordan delivering this speech in Trafalgar Square, 1962.
I have asked you to come here before an operation on the successful conclusion of which further blows in the west will depend.
The incorporation of the Sudetenland into the Greater Germanic Reich began on 1 October 1938.
In the fifth year of this the greatest war, no one can remain ignorant of the causes and, hence, the meaning and purpose, of this international war.
Comrade, never forget that you are an exponent and representative of the National Socialist Movement and our Weltanschauung.
The Soviet Union was in fact a paradise for one group: the Jews. Even at times when for foreign policy reasons Jews were less evident in the government or when they ruled through straw men, the Jews were always visible in the middle and lower levels of the administration.
The most frequent theme in the letters is a discussion of the “Soviet Paradise.” Communist agitators spread this idea for years to the masses of Europe.
“Lying enemy propaganda never tires of accusing us of giving the German people a false or incomplete picture of the battles in the East. They are best refuted by letters from our soldiers.”
In an interview in London, Britain's World War One Prime Minister David Lloyd George summed up the impressions which he had derived from his recent visit to Germany.
Houston Stewart Chamberlain was a British racial theorist and philosopher, the son-in-law of Richard Wagner, a prolific writer and also a significant contributor to Adolf Hitler’s thinking about race and in general, to National-Socialist racial ideas and ultimately, policy.
"This is Purim Fest 1946!" was Julius Streicher’s apt comment before he was sucked down into death via a gallows trap-door in the Nuremberg Prison gymnasium on 16 October 1946.
Gustav Schwarzenegger was born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire on August 17, 1907. He was the son of Cecelia (née Hinterleitner, 1878–1968) and Karl Schwarzenegger (1872–1927).
The proprietor of the Daily Mail sent a series of supportive and congratulatory telegrams to National Socialist leaders, including Adolf Hitler, just months before the second world war.
This extraordinary letter is the first-known political document authored by Adolf Hitler on September 16, 1919.
The following article was written by Lincoln Rockwell, commander of the World Union of National Socialists, in 1959, three years before the formation of the World Union with Colin Jordan in the Cotswold, England, in 1962.
Under the fury of the enemy offensives that have been pressing down on our fronts to the west, east, and south for months, as well as the almost unceasing bombing of our German cities and provinces, some hearts are beginning to shake and tremble.
In his Table Talk, Adolf Hitler accepts as a matter of course that the figure commonly known as Jesus Christ was an actual historical person. He describes him as the leader of a popular revolt against the Jews of his time.
Hitler as Philosophe: Remnants of the Enlightenment in National Socialism, by Lawrence Birken. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1995. Hardcover. 120 pages. Reviewed by Mark Weber.
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