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By the summer (1923) we had already realized that the dice would have to fall one way or another in Germany.
Nowadays I do not speak very often. In the first place I have little time for speaking, and in the second place I believe that this is a time for action rather than speech.
It should be abundantly clear that a sound economic system must rest not on debt or even some extraneous (i.e. useless) metal, but on the productivity of the worker alone.
For the second time, we celebrate in this room our folk’s Heroes Remembrance Day. Even more than a year ago, we have become aware how little words are able to express the worthy gratitude of a nation to its heroes.
Were all the crimes against humanity committed during World War lithe work of Hitler's underlings? That was certainly the impression created by the fact that only Germans were brought to trial at Nuremburg.
To deal with the massive unemployment and economic paralysis of the Great Depression, both the US and German governments launched innovative and ambitious programs.
In early January 1942, SS Legion "Niederlande," composed of Dutch volunteers, was sent by rail from its garrison in Krakow, Poland, to the Baltic port of Danzig.
Bridget Stuart-Houston, who died on November 18th, 1969, began life as Bridget Dowling and was for a time known as Bridget Hitler, sister-in-law for a period to Adolf Hitler, thus providing him with a family connection to Ireland.
Source: German Federal Archives
Identification Code: Bild 183-H12703
Adolf Hitler's 'final words' before he killed himself in Berlin have allegedly been unearthed in the personal diary of the National Socialist leader's pilot.
A speech by Friedrich Kurreck. English translation by E. Thomson. This speech appeared in the weekly newspaper, Der Schlesier, July 260 to August 16th, 2002.
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