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Jägerndorf 1938

 

Adolf Hitler visited Jägerndorf, Sudetenland on October 7 1938. He was greeted by Hermann Göring and Colonel General von Rundstedt. At the Hermann Göring Platz the Fuhrer spoke of his determination to fight to the end and emphasised the strength of the German Wehrmacht:

“While one might rob three or six million Germans of their rights and oppress them, no one can, in this world, bend eighty million Germans to his will. On October 10 the Hakenkreuz will fly over even the last morsel of the Sudetenland. Then this region will finally be freed, and it will be a Reichsgau and part of the German nation for all time to come!”

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Jägerndorf on October 7, 1938
Göring, Hitler, Henlein and Rundstedt
Göring and Hitler
Jägerndorf Town Hall on October 7, 1938

hitler in Jagerndorf 1  Göring, Hitler, Henlein, Rundstedt.Göring and Hitler Jägerndorf Town Hall on October 7, 1938

 

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