In a few weeks, it will be the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of the great heroic struggle of the German soldiers. It was here in East Prussia that the great soldier Hindenburg rescued your land – the same soldier who today as Reich president is the guarantee of peace.

By any imaginable standards, the National Socialist White People’s Party was the predominant NS organization in the United States throughout the 1970s and into the early 1980s. But it was not the only NS group.

Wartime newsreel report on the historic meeting of Spanish leader Francisco Franco with Germany’s Hitler, Oct. 23, 1940.

The final resting place of three German U-boats, nicknamed "Hitler's lost fleet", has been found at the bottom of the Black Sea.

These seven principles are the rock of our faith. With them we shall move the world.


For years we have witnessed the fate of our fellow Germans in Austria with deep distress. 

Second day of the Sixth Congress of the National Socialist White peoples Party and the World Union of National Socialists, Milwaukee, 1975.

A telephone call came in to the national headquarters of the National Socialist White People’s Party about half-past noon on August 25, 1967. National Secretary Matt Koehl took the call.

German women and German men!

I have spoken at numerous meetings, and have taken repeated positions on many issues. But today is something very special for me.

British Pathé newsreel report, with narration in English, on the first visit to Germany by Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, Sept. 15, 1938. 

He was Hitler's favourite commando, famously rescuing Mussolini from an Italian hilltop fortress, and was known as "the most dangerous man in Europe".

The great time of decision has arrived. Destiny has given Germany's present rulers more than thirteen years to prove themselves and to show what they can do.

On May 10, 1941, Rudolf Hess made his daring flight from Germany to Britain in a vain bid to stop the tragic conflict between two nations he admired and loved.

My German folk comrades!

Change of government has already often occurred in history, also in the history of our own folk.

You asked for someone who had lived in Hitler’s Germany to tell what it was like.

On May 8, 1945, Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring surrendered to the Americans in full military regalia.

The Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The next day the German-American Bund burnt its membership lists and other sensitive documents, and dissolved itself. Three days later, Hitler declared war on the United States.

At half-past twelve in the afternoon of November 9th, 1923, those whose names are given below fell in front of the Feldherrnhalle and in the forecourt of the former War Ministry in Munich for their loyal faith in the resurrection of their people.

After the War production had begun again and it was thought that better times were coming, Frederick the Great after the Seven Years War had, as the result of superhuman efforts, left Prussia without a penny of debt.

Due to his notoriety Adolf Hitler’s military service during World War One has been either blue pencilled or subject to negative spin.

What did actually happen to Germany in the years after 1945 (“peace time”)?