Hitler's religious beliefs and fanaticism
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The History Place - Triumph of Hitler: Burning of Books
The students, along with brownshirted storm troopers, tossed heaps ofbooks into a bonfire while giving the Hitler arm-salute and singing Nazianthems. Among the 20,000 volumes hurled into the flames were the writingsof Henri Barbusse, Franz Boas, John Dos Passos, Albert Einstein, Lion Feuchtwanger,Friedrich Frster, Sigmund Freud, JohnGalsworthy, Andr Gide, Ernst Glaeser,Maxim Gorki, Werner Hegemann, Ernest Hemingway, Erich Kstner,Helen Keller, Alfred Kerr, Jack London, Emil Ludwig, HeinrichMann, Thomas Mann, Karl Marx, Hugo Preuss, Marcel Proust, Erich Maria Remarque,Walther Rathenau, Margaret Sanger, Arthur Schnitzler, Upton Sinclair, KurtTucholsky, Jakob Wassermann, H.G. Wells, Theodor Wolff, EmilZola, Arnold Zweig, and Stefan Zweig.
Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler - Hitler Historical Museum
Before Hitler, German university towns had been counted among the world'sgreat centers of scientific innovation and literary scholarship. UnderHitler, Germany's intellectual vitality quickly began to diminish. Truth,rational thinking and objective knowledge, the foundation stones of WesternCivilization, were denounced by Nazified students and professors in favorof mysticism, speculation and collective thinking toward a common goal – the pursuit of a glorious future for Germany.
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SUCCESSORS OF ROME: FRANCIA, 447-Present
Hitler's second biggest lie is here delivered from the Kroll Opera House at 10 AM Friday, September 1, 1939, before an extraordinary session of the Reichstag, where Hitler announces to the German people are they are now in a state of war with Poland.
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For, I solemnly confess before the entire nation, that from the moment I believed that war was inevitable and could not be delayed, I have known nothing but worry and work, and throughout the countless days and sleepless nights since, I have lived only for my people." |
Broadcast on the 12th anniversary of his becoming Chancellor of Germany, Hitler on 1/30/45 exhorts his people to fight on with the forlorn sentiments: "However grave the crisis may be at the moment, we shall, through our unalterable will, and our readiness for sacrifice, and our own abilities, end the crisis masterfully.