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A SPECIAL ROLE in the early days of the National Socialist movement was played by the poet and dramatist Dietrich Eckart, who came from Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz. He joined the Deutsche Arbeiter Partei in the summer of 1919. The pinnacle of his philosophical work was the German translation of Henrik…
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by Douglas Mercer COMING UPON Hitler’s account of his awakening to the Jewish Question is astonishingly like reading the best and most eloquent dissident right Twitter accounts today; it’s startling how many of the same themes are adumbrated, the same patterns seen, the same ideas expressed, the…
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by Douglas Mercer WHEN HE learned that the Allies planned to put the defeated Germans on trial in Nuremberg, General George Patton was outraged. He said that the whole notion of such a trial was dishonorable, that it offended his Saxon sense of fair play. It was meant to. And for the Jews who ran the show…
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Otto von Bismarck and Adolf Hitler pursued similar goals under different circumstances. Adolf Hitler’s Goals and Personality 
(1930)
by Dr. Johannes Stark
translated by Hadding Scott, 2012 II. The Leader All progress and all culture of humanity are not born from the majority, but rely…
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Adolf Hitler’s Goals and Personality
(1930)
by Dr. Johannes Stark
translated by Hadding Scott, 2012 I. From Hitler’s Life THE PURPOSE of this work is the elucidation of the political aspects of Hitler’s personality in relation to his goals and achievements. Readers of the first…
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GEORGE WARD PRICE was born in 1886. After attending the University of Cambridge he became a journalist and was eventually recruited by The Daily Mail. As the newspaper’s foreign correspondent he developed a close relationship with Adolf Hitler. According to the German…
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Transcript of a radio broadcast by Matt Koehl on April 16, 1972 EIGHTY-THREE years ago this month, a child was born in the small Austrian town of  Braunau on the River Inn.  With His arrival on this Earth, there began a new era in human history.  For He was more than…
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A Jewish supremacist American congresswoman called on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to replace three headstones in military cemeteries bearing swastikas and invoking Hitler. “IT IS deeply troubling and terribly offensive that swastika-adorned headstones that include messages…
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Between 1934 and 1941, the one man responsible for bringing the National Socialist party’s thirst for domination into physical form was a gangly German with a side part. ALBERT SPEER’S work has come to define National Socialist architecture. The style is instantly recognizable:…
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by Leon Degrelle “HITLER — You knew him — what was he like?” I have been asked that question a thousand times since 1945, and nothing is more difficult to answer. Approximately two hundred thousand books have dealt with the Second World War and with its central figure, Adolf Hitler. But has…
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