According to the Führer’s words, “National Socialism is a cool teaching of reality based on sharpest scientific knowledge and their logical expression”.

During my 15-year leadership of the British National Socialist Movement life was rarely dull. Certainly, there was the tedium of routine; mailings, dealing with correspondence, working out strategies and responding to crisis.

The year 1937 finds us National Socialists determined to take up the new and tremendous fight for the self-assertion of the nation in the economic sphere.

At the time of his death in 1942, Dr. Fritz Todt was among the most powerful men of the Greater Germanic Reich.

December 19, 1945, a 33-year old British born Spanish national was illegally hanged at London’s grim Victorian Wandsworth Prison. It was the end of a life but the beginning of a legend.

I first met Tom Metzger in 1973, when I was a staff member of the Los Angeles headquarters of the National Socialist White People’s Party.

Men! Deputies of the German Reichstag! The Reichstag has been convened today, on an important day for the German Volk.

One of the most widely quoted sources of information about Hitler’s personality and secret intentions is the supposed memoir of Hermann Rauschning, the National Socialist President of the Danzig Senate in 1933-1934 who was ousted from the Hitler movement a short time later and then made a new life for himself as a professional anti-Nazi.

The basic element in the political concept of National Socialism is that of the national state. It has no ambition to make imperial conquests, but strives after inner collectivity and national concentration.

A common belief among defenders of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is that the National Socialist government of Germany under Adolf Hitler did not permit the private ownership of firearms.

More than fourteen years have passed since the unhappy day when the German people, blinded by promises from foes at home and abroad, lost touch with honor and freedom, thereby losing all.

The “Rivers of Blood” speech, given in 1968 by a prominent British political figure, continues to resonate more than five decades later, above all because it seems so prophetic, given what has happened in the decades since.

The Government will be persistent and rigorous in continuing the program announced last year. It will give to the entire automotive sector the strong impulse it needs to overcome the general preconceptions on the one hand and the lethargy on the other.

Adolf Hitler was not afraid to ask the opinion of the people. In National Socialist Germany in case of important political decisions the administration asked the opinion of the people about the decision.

A contemporary “British Pathé” newsreel report on the opening ceremonies of the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin.

If we study the course of our cultural life during the last twenty-five years we shall be astonished to note how far we have already gone in this process of retrogression.

Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler pointed out at the beginning of the interview that he was a staunch advocate of personal interchange, of “man-to-man diplomacy.”

The present temper of the German people, unlike that of their kinsmen before the Great War or under the Republic, is also unlike anything that Europe has witnessed probably since the Middle Ages.

We humans live in a world in which all becoming, living, maturing and passing proceeds according to unbending, godly laws of nature.

The problems of our life are worse than those of other peoples. Perhaps there are peoples who can afford the luxury of waging war at home, of wrangling and bashing each other’s heads in.

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