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The Launching of the Kreigsmarine Training Ship Horst Wessel – by Rudolf Hess

Horst Wessel was one of the “martyrs” of the NSDAP movement, he wrote what became the “Horst Wessel Lied,” the NSDAP anthem. Rudolf Hess gave this speech on 13 June 1936 at the launching of a training ship named after Wessel.   This ship is to bear the name of the poet and fighter at … Continue reading

To the Front Fighters of the World by Rudolf Hess

This July 1934 speech by Rudolf Hess claims that because the NSDAP leadership had experienced the horrors of trench warfare during World War I, they favoured peace. The speech was delivered to the Gau Party Rally in East Prussia, but was intended for an international audience as well.   In a few weeks, it will … Continue reading

The Oath to Adolf Hitler – Speech by Rudolf Hess on 25 February 1934

On 25 February 1934, about a million NSDAP officials gathered at points around Germany to swear an oath to Adolf Hitler. This is an excerpt from the speech Rudolf Hess gave on the occasion, which was broadcast to the nation: German men, German women, German boys, German girls, over a million of you are gathered … Continue reading

This what the civilized world – that dares call itself democratic – sanctioned and deliberately hushed up, and praised as “liberation”!

Komotau Report No. 42 The concentration camp Reported by: Ottokar Kremen Report of June 25, 1950 I returned home from the Wehrmacht on May 7, 1945 and was unable to enter my apartment because it was occupied by Russian officers. Therefore I went instead to my sister-in-law in Gersdorf, District Komotau, to stay there with … Continue reading

The Dead of March 4, 1919

In his comprehensive and dispassionate work Deutscher Exodus (Seewald Verlag), Gerhard Ziemer writes: “According to a very painstaking calculation of the Federal Statistical Office in Wiesbaden, the German civilian population lost 2,280,000 members to flight, expulsion and deportation. These people were shot or beaten to death or died of hunger and exhaustion in the labor … Continue reading