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Kurt Eggers – National Socialist Warrior-Poet

Kurt Eggers was the editor of the SS newspaper Das Schwarze Korps and an SS war correspondent. After he was killed on the Russian front in 1943, an SS regiment was named after him: the SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers. In short, Kurt Eggers was a true National Socialist warrior-poet, whose works provide a fascinating look into … Continue reading

Nürnberg Reichsparteitages 1936

The NSDAP put out an official account of the Nürnberg Rallies each year from 1933 to 1938. Each party rally was given a name. 1936 was Der Parteitag der Ehre (The Party Rally of Honor) See link below for the introduction: https://diewahrheitistwieeingewitter.wordpress.com/2015/08/16/der-parteitag-der-ehre-the-party-rally-of-honor-by-dr-walther-schmitt/     There were three key themes at the 1936 rally: The evils of Bolshevism, … Continue reading

The Transformation of the German Press in National Socialist Germany by Max Amann – Nürnberg Reichsparteitages 1936

This is Max Amann’s speech at the 1936 Nuremberg Rally, taken from the official party proceedings. Amann was one of Hitler’s oldest friends, and controlled the NSDAP’s publishing system.   The National Socialist seizure of power gave us the task of forming all of German life according to the spirit of National Socialism. The Führer’s … Continue reading

Der Schwur unter dem Lichtdom (The Oath Under the Cathedral of Light) – Nürnberg Reichsparteitages 1936

This is the account of the Der Schwur unter dem Lichtdom (The Oath Under the Cathedral of Light) from the 1936 Nuremberg Rally as presented in the book Der Parteitag der Ehre vom 8. bis 14. September 1936 (The Party Rally of Honor). It was held at night, with searchlights surrounding the field. The effect was … Continue reading

The Ceremony of the Hitler Youth – Nürnberg Reichsparteitages 1936

This is the account of the Hitler Youth Day at the 1936 Nuremberg Rally as presented in the book Der Parteitag der Ehre vom 8. bis 14. September 1936 (The Party Rally of Honor)     On Sunday all Nuremberg was filled with the presence of young Germany. From the earliest hours of the morning, … Continue reading

The Rally of the German Women’s League 1936 – Nürnberg Reichsparteitages

This is the account of the women’s rally at the 1936 Nuremberg Rally, taken from the official party proceedings. The speakers were Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, the head of the NSDAP women’s league, and Hitler himself, who outlines the NSDAP view of the role of women. The NS Women’s League met on Friday morning in the Congress … Continue reading

Der Parteitag der Ehre (The Party Rally of Honor) by Dr. Walther Schmitt

This is the introduction to the official NSDAP book on the proceedings of the Nürnberg Reichsparteitages 1936 (Nuremberg Rally) by Walther Schmitt. A clear tradition determines the course of the National Party Congress of the NSDAP. It begins with the ringing of every bell in Nuremberg. The party calls Germany to the great gathering of the … Continue reading

Das Gesicht des deutschen Hauses (The Face of the German House) by Herbert Noth

  The NSDAP values were a major part of a worldview for most German families, which was able to provide guidance in all areas of life including domestic architecture. This article, taken from a monthly German gardening publication, outlines what a house ought to look like.   It is consistent with our age and its national … Continue reading

Hitler’s Letter to Premier Daladier of France, from the New York Times 28. Aug 1939

The August 28th, 1939 headline of the Hitler-hating New York Times confirmed that Hitler sought to avoid war with Britain & France. Below is the abridged text of the thoughtful and logical letter which Hitler wrote to French President Edouard Daladier – a letter which The Times published on its front page!     My … Continue reading

April 20 1939 – Der 50. Geburtstag des Führers

The 50th birthday of Adolf Hitler on 20 April 1939 was celebrated as a national holiday throughout Germany and other parts of the world. Gifts and telegrams of congratulations were received from all over Germany and allied countries, although the Western Allies neglected congratulating the Führer. The birthday celebration saw, among other events, the largest … Continue reading