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From the Kaiserhof to the Reich Chancellery By Joseph Goebbels
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Nazi propaganda minister Joseph’s Goebbels diaries from January 1932 to May 1933 provide a first-hand chronicle of the tumultuous time which saw Adolf Hitler propelled from his civilian... More > headquarters at the Kaiserhof Hotel into the office of Chancellor of Germany. The day-by-day entries provide riveting reading and reveal long-suppressed facts, such as: – How the Weimar “democracy” forced the Nazis into fighting elections while banning their newspapers and forbidding them to hold public meetings; – The campaign of terrorism and murder waged against the NSDAP by the communists; -The NSDAP’s funding; -The clash with the socialist Strasserite wing of the party; -The political intrigues which eventually forced the establishment to offer the post of Chancellor to Hitler after three general elections in one year; -The burning of the Reichstag; – The Jewish declaration of war against Germany and the counter-boycott of Jewish shops in German, organized by the author; and much more.< Less
From the Kaiserhof to the Reich Chancellery By Joseph Goebbels
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Nazi propaganda minister Joseph’s Goebbels diaries from January 1932 to May 1933 provide a first-hand chronicle of the tumultuous time which saw Adolf Hitler propelled from his civilian... More > headquarters at the Kaiserhof Hotel into the office of Chancellor of Germany. The day-by-day entries provide riveting reading and reveal long-suppressed facts, such as: - How the Weimar “democracy” forced the Nazis into fighting elections while banning their newspapers and forbidding them to hold public meetings; - The campaign of terrorism and murder waged against the NSDAP by the communists; -The NSDAP’s funding; -The clash with the socialist Strasserite wing of the party; -The political intrigues which eventually forced the establishment to offer the post of Chancellor to Hitler after three general elections in one year; -The burning of the Reichstag; - The Jewish declaration of war against Germany and the counter-boycott of Jewish shops in German, organized by the author; and much more.< Less
Europe in the Year 2000 By Joseph Goebbels
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Fourteen articles penned by National Socialist Germany’s Minister of Information between January 1928 and April 1945. It includes his important “The Art of Propaganda” lecture, and... More > his very last published article, “Resistance at Any Price,” published on April 22, 1945. The topics range from explaining the secrets of successful propaganda to an analysis of Adolf Hitler’s speaking style, and from an in-depth explanation of what he viewed as the primary cause of the war—the Jewish lobby—through to what the world would look like after the war had ended. The two articles “The Future of Europe” and “Europe in the Year 2000” contain many predictions which the present-day reader will find surprisingly accurate. He predicted that Europe would be unified, that Germany would once again play a leading role, that the British Empire would collapse, and that the petty nationalist inter-European squabbling of his time would be looked back upon as a historical anachronism.< Less
Europe in the Year 2000 By Joseph Goebbels
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Fourteen articles penned by National Socialist Germany’s Minister of Information between January 1928 and April 1945. It includes his important “The Art of Propaganda” lecture, and... More > his very last published article, “Resistance at Any Price,” published on April 22, 1945. The topics range from explaining the secrets of successful propaganda to an analysis of Adolf Hitler’s speaking style, and from an in-depth explanation of what he viewed as the primary cause of the war—the Jewish lobby—through to what the world would look like after the war had ended. The two articles “The Future of Europe” and “Europe in the Year 2000” contain many predictions which the present-day reader will find surprisingly accurate. He predicted that Europe would be unified, that Germany would once again play a leading role, that the British Empire would collapse, and that the petty nationalist inter-European squabbling of his time would be looked back upon as a historical anachronism.< Less