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Hitler and Göring at a Nazi Party rally in Nuremberg

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Source    ww2dbaseUnited States National Archives
Identification Code   ARC 540160
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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
24 May 2009 06:18:37 PM

Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer: which means One People, One Nation, One Leader. Photograph taken at Nuremberg, Germany 1928.

"I shall become the Greatest man in History.I have to gain immortality even if the whole German Nation perishes in the process"

Adolf Hitler
2. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
27 May 2009 02:46:13 PM

Did you know that the Reichstadt imposed the world's most comprehensive tobacco regulations. Bans on cigarette smoking in the workplace, pubic buildings and transit systems.

"Whoever conquers the streets, conquers the masses and whoever conquers the masses, conquers the state"

Nazi Maxim
3. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
27 May 2009 07:45:57 PM

"Poor, poor Adolph better 10,000 die, than he".
Eva Braun
4. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
27 May 2009 07:56:29 PM

"Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it and eventually they believe it"
"How fortunate for leaders that men do not think"
"The day of individual happiness has passed"
Adolf Hitler
5. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
30 May 2009 08:44:30 PM

Did you know: The term Reich adopted by Hitler described the 1,000 year Empire he intended to create.

The First Reich: Was the Holy Roman Empire dated from 800-1806.

The Second Reich: German Empire dated from 1871-1918.

The Third Reich: National Socialists dated from 1933-1945.
6. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
20 Jun 2009 07:05:12 PM

"Do we wish to restore Germany to freedom and
power?..Men must not sleep, they ought to
know that a thunderstorm is coming up."

Adolf Hitler
At a speech in Munich, April 20,1933
7. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
20 Jun 2009 07:10:55 PM

"There is no such thing as treason, against the traitors of 1918"

-Adolf Hitler-
At his trial, after the failed Munich Putsch
April 1924
8. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
8 Jul 2009 04:59:38 PM

Our Lady Catholic Church in background, photo
taken Nuremberg 1928.

So long as Adolf Hitler was in power, his
Roman Catholic Church never questioned his
Catholicism- at least not in public- which is
where it mattered politically.

"A tyrant must put on the appearance of an
uncommon devotion to religion.
Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal
treatment from a ruler whom they consider
God-fearing and pious.
On the other hand, they do less easily move
against him, believing that God is on his

9. Anonymous says:
2 Oct 2009 11:31:38 PM

does anybody knows who is that person in the middle with a hat and dressed in black?
10. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
18 Nov 2009 02:50:54 PM

#9 Info for Anonymous
dated 2 Oct 2009 11:31:38 PM

I don't have exact information,the photo was taken in Nuremberg, 1928 in the background is Our Lady Catholic Church.My guess the man
in the middle with a hat and dressed in black
could be:

Alfred Rosenberg he was a notorious
anti-Semite, with a seminal influence on
Nazi Ideology.
Rosenberg's reputation rested on being the
author of the vile anti-Semitic tome:
The Myth of the 20th Century.
But as I said, this is only my guess. If any
one does have the info post it on WW2db



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