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Third Reich

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by Leon Degrelle The First Years of the Third Reich I. Who Would End the Bankruptcy? “We have the power. Now our gigantic work begins.” THOSE WERE HITLER’S words on the night of January 30, 1933, as cheering crowds surged past him, for five long hours, beneath the windows of the Chancellery…
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by Hadding Scott “One of the strangest photographs of the war was taken by Schulz-Koehn outside La Cigale, a jazz club in Paris. It shows a gypsy (Django), four Africans and a Jew posed smiling beside a fellow officer. The Germans were there not to arrest these men but to listen to them play.”…
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LIFE IN Hitler’s Reich was better than anywhere else on earth. For nearly 13 years, ordinary workers enjoyed a lifestyle equaled only by the rich and famous. From 1933 to 1945, Hitler’s Germany led the world in fashion, medicine, cinema, manufacturing, superior lifestyle, transport facilities,…
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Classic Essays

by Michael Walsh AIRBRUSHED FROM anti-White media is any mention of Hitler’s sister, Paula, who remains largely unknown to the public. Paula Hitler adored her brother and empathised with the social reformer’s struggle for a genuine socialist world order. Embittered by her sibling’s pyrrhic…
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by Mark Weber FRAUDULENT QUOTATIONS attributed to Hitler and other Third Reich leaders have been widely circulated for years. Such quotes are often used by polemicists — of both the left and the right — to discredit their ideological adversaries by showing that National Socialists…
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by Michael Walsh NOTHING BETTER illustrates the deviousness of media than their stories of art allegedly looted by the ‘Nazis’. The camera doesn’t lie; to television viewers and the media’s trusting readership photographic evidence of German wickedness appears undeniable. The media’s…
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News

EDITOR’S NOTE: The liberal Huffington Post thinks it’s funny, but when tricksters change the word “Jews” to “migrants” in NS/Hitler quotes which they then post online — and then they get upvoted hundreds of times by readers — what does that…
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Classic Essays

A letter from Hans Schmidt of GAN-PAC YOU ASKED for someone who had lived in Hitler’s Germany to tell what it was like. Permit me, someone who lived under the Swastika flag from 1935, when the Saar was reunited with Germany, to 1945, to give a short answer. To be a boy or girl at that time was wonderful.…
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by Mark Weber (pictured) WORLD WAR II was not only the greatest military conflict in history, it was also America’s most important twentieth-century war. It brought profound and permanent social, governmental and cultural changes in the United States, and has had a great impact on how Americans…
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How much longer can the cartoonish Hitler-bashing in the media continue to be taken seriously? How ridiculous does it have to get before the spell wears off, and the people realize that it is the media itself, and the Jews that run it, that are our real enemies, rather than the historical “Nazis” that
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