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The 16-th Martyrs of November 9th, 1923

At half-past twelve in the afternoon of November 9th, 1923, those whose names are given below fell in front of the Feldherrnhalle and in the forecourt of the former War Ministry in Munich for their loyal faith in the resurrection of their people:

Alfarth, Felix, Merchant, born July 5th, 1901
Bauriedl, Andreas, Hatmaker, born May 4th, 1879
Casella, Theodor, Bank Official, born August 8th, 1900
Ehrlich, Wilhelm, Bank Official, born August 19th, 1894
Faust, Martin, Bank Official, born January 27th, 1901
Hechenberger, Anton, Locksmith, born September 28th, 1902
Koerner, Oskar, Merchant, born January 4th, 1875
Kuhn, Karl, Head Waiter, born July 25th, 1897
Laforce, Karl, Student of Engineering, born October 28th, 1904
Neubauer, Kurt, Waiter, born March 27th, 1899
Pape, Claus von, Merchant, born August 16th, 1904
Pfordten, Theodor von der, Councillor to the Superior Provincial Court, born May 14th, 1873
Rickmers, Johann, retired Cavalry Captain, born May 7th, 1881
Scheubner-Richter, Max Erwin von, Dr. of Engineering, born January 9th, 1884
Stransky, Lorenz Ritter von, Engineer, born March 14th, 1899
Wolf, Wilhelm, Merchant, born October 19th, 1898

So-called national officials refused to allow the dead heroes a common burial. So I dedicate the first volume of this work to them as a common memorial, that the memory of those martyrs may be a permanent source of light for the followers of our Movement.

The Fortress, Landsberg am Lech,
October 16th, 1924

Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler About the Peasant New Nobility


There is no rise, which does not begin at the root of national, folkish and economic life, the peasant.

Speech of May 1, 1933 in Berlin


Salvation of the peasantry means salvation of the German nation.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The last decision over the success or failure of our work depends on the success of the salvation of the peasantry.

Speech of October 2, 1933 in Hameln


All fluctuations are in the end bearable, all blows of fate can be overcome, if a healthy peasantry is present.

Speech of April 5, 1933 in Berlin


The destruction of this peasantry in our folk would lead to the most severe consequences thinkable. The restoration of the profitability of agricultural enterprises may be difficult for the consumer. But the fate, which would strike the whole German folk, if the German peasant was ruined, would not be comparable to these difficulties.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


We were convinced that the salvation of the German folk must proceed from the salvation of the peasantry. For if any other person must leave his work place or himself loses his business, he can one day find a new place again, found a new business through industriousness and ability; the peasant, however, who has once lost his farm, is usually lost forever. But woe, if this stratum is destroyed in a folk! One can more easily master any distress, but one alone can destroy a folk: When the daily bread is lacking, all experiments and theories stop!

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


Any government, which overlooks the significance of such a supportive fundament (the peasantry), can only be a government for the moment. It can indeed rule and administer for a few years, but it will never achieve long-term or even eternal successes.

Speech of April 5, 1933 in Berlin


While I fight for the German future, I must for German soil and must fight for the German peasant. He gives us the people in the cities. He has been the eternal spring for millennia, and he must be preserved!

Speech of February 10, 1930 in Berlin


It was necessary for the salvation of the peasantry facing total ruin to take trade and price policy measures, through law, however, to again give the peasant a strong and indestructible support.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


The salvation of German peasantry through safeguarding the German farm.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


Tremendous sums of millions will serve to reduce payments as well as lower agricultural land tax.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


Every billion, which, instead of going to a foreign country, flows to the German peasant, as a result gives five or six billion in salaries and wages, which benefit the German worker.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


As long as a folk can pull back to a strong peasantry, it will again and again draw new strength from it.

Speech of April 5, 1933 in Berlin


I see… in the preservation and promotion of a healthy peasantry the best protection against social ills as well as against the racial degeneration of our folk.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program’’, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


When I look across all the economic individual manifestations of the time, across all the political fluctuations, at the end always essentially remains the question of the preservation of the folkdom in itself. It will only be able to be favorably answered, if the problem of the preservation of the peasantry is solved.

Speech of April 5, 1933 in Berlin


The first and deepest representative of the folk… is that portion, which from the fertility of the earth feeds the people and from the fertility of the family propagates the nation. Just as liberalism and democratic Marxism denied the peasant, so does the National Socialist revolution consciously affirm it as the most secure bearer of the present, the sole guarantor for the future.

Speech of October 2, 1933 in Hameln


If a government already fights for the preservation of the German folkdom and thus also for the preservation of the German peasant, then precisely this German folkdom must unconditionally affirm the wants and the deeds of the government.

Speech of April 5, 1933 in Berlin


My German peasants!.. .You must not only be the stratum of nourishers, rather you must also be the stratum of will in the German lands!

Speech of October 2, 1933 in Hameln


I believe…that this government, while is sees its mission in the preservation of the German folkdom, which is in turn dependent in its interests on the preservation of the German peasant, will never make wrong decisions. It can perhaps here or there err in its means, but it will never do in the principle things.

Speech of April 5, 1933 in Berlin


 

Adolf Hitler About the Armed Forces


For us the army is the representational and actual expression of the strength of a nation for the external defense of its interests.

Open Letter to Brüning of October 14, 1931


The victory of our ideas will convey to the whole nation a political and world-view thinking, which puts the army into a real inner, spiritual relation to the whole folk and hence rescues it from the painful fact of being an alien body within the own folk.

Open Letter to Brüning of October 14, 1931


Only the man is a real one who also defends himself like a man, and a folk is only a real one, which is ready – if necessary – to step onto the battlefield as a folk. This is not militarism, rather self-preservation.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


Only if the nation’s defense question – which is foremost not a technical one, rather a spiritual one, a question of will – is solved in the sense that the German folk again comprehends that one can only pursue politics with power and again power, is reconstruction again possible.

Speech of May 4, 1923 in Munich


A statesman…who is responsible for the well-being of his folk cannot allow it that Germany is exposed to the danger that perhaps a neighbor could attack it or drop bombs on our industrial works or wage a so-called preventive war simply in order to divert from its own internal difficulties. Only for this reason – and for no other – do we demand armed forces, which suffice for defensive purposes.

Interview of April 3, 1934 in Berlin


There is only one arms-bearer in Germany, and that is the army.

Speech of October 14, 1933 in Berlin


The German youth is given military training in neither the work camps nor in the S.A. and in the subordinate formations, which could tempt them to one day use it. How much more, however, could Germany complain that in other lands year after year millions of recruits receive real military training!

Interview of October 18, 1933 in Berlin


The defense of the Reich’s borders and thus our folk’s life and our economy’s existence today lies with our Reichswehr, which in accordance with the terms imposed on us in the Versailles Treaty is to be viewed as the only really disarmed army in the world. Despite the thereby conditioned smallness and totally insufficient armament, the German folk may look with proud satisfaction on its Reichswehr. Under the most difficult circumstances, this small instrument of our national self- defense has emerged. In its spirit it is the bearer of our best soldierly traditions.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


With minute thoroughness the German folk has fulfilled the obligations placed on it in the peace treaty, yes, even the back then approved replacement of our fleet’s ships has – I may say: unfortunately – only been carried out to a small degree.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


Although this fleet is small, all of Germany looks on it with joy. For it is the most visible presentative of the German concept of honor and of German respect in the world.

Speech to the fleet in Kiel of March 23, 1933


The German folk has destroyed its weapons. Counting on the loyalty to the treaty by its former war opponents, it has even fulfilled the treaties with downright fanatical loyalty. On the water, on land and in the air immeasurable war material was disarmed, destroyed and scrapped. In place of the former million army came in accordance with the wish of the diktat powers a small professional army with militarily totally insufficient equipment.

Speech of October 14, 1933 in Berlin


This order (of division of the world into victor and vanquished states) finds its worst effect in the forced defenselessness of one nation opposed to the exaggerated armaments of the others.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


When Germany today raises the demand for actual equal rights in the sense of the disarmament of other nations, then it has a moral right for that through its own fulfillment of the treaties. For Germany has disarmed, and Germany carried out this disarmament under the strictest international supervision.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


Six million rifles and carbines were turned over or destroyed; the German folk had to destroy or turn over 130,000 machine- guns, the German folk had to destroy huge quantities of machine-gun barrels, 91.000 guns, 38.75 million shells and enormous additional stockpiles of weapons and ammunition. The Rhineland was demilitarized, German fortresses were levelled, our ships turned over, airplanes destroyed, our military system given up and the training of reserves thereby prevented. Even the most necessary weapons of defense were denied us.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


Germany has disarmed. It has fulfilled all obligations of the peace treaty imposed on it far beyond the limits of any pettiness, yes, beyond any reason. It’s army numbers 100,000 men. The strength and nature of the police are regulated internationally. The auxiliary police assembled in the days of the (National Socialist) revolution has an exclusively political character. In the critical days of the revolt it had to replace the portion of the other police initially presumed by the new regime to be unreliable. After the victorious carrying out of the revolution, it is already in the process of be reduced and will be totally dissolved by the end of the year. Germany thus has a completely justified moral claim that the other powers for their part fulfil their obligations, which result from the Treaty of Versailles.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


The only nation, which could rightly fear an invasion, is the German one, for which one not only banned offensive weapons, rather even curtailed the right to defensive weapons and prohibited the establishment of border fortifications.

Speech of May 17, 1833 in Berlin


Whoever tries today to counter these undeniable facts with truly pitiful excuses and evasions and to claim Germany had not fulfilled the treaties or had even armed, I must from this position reject his view as untrue and unfair!

May 17, 1933 in Berlin


If one…furthermore…does not count the trained classes of the other armies of the world compared with the militarily totally untrained people (of the S.A., S.S. and Stahlhelm, who solely serve domestic political purposes), if one consciously overlooks the armed reserves of the others, but starts to count the unarmed members of political federations among us, then this represents a procedure against which I must raise the sharpest protest! If the world wants to destroy trust in right and justice, then this is the right means for that!

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


The claim that the S.A. and the S.A. of the National Socialist party have any kind of relation to the Reichswehr in the sense they are militarily trained formations or reserves of the army, is untrue!

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


Germany is furthermore ready without ado to totally renounce offensive weapons, if within a certain time period the armed nations for their part destroy these offensive weapons and their use is banned by an international convention. Germany only has the one wish to be able to preserve its independence and defend its borders.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


The defensive works of other folk are, after all, built to withstand the heaviest offensive weapons, while Germany demands no offensive weapons, rather only those defense weapons, which in the future as well are not banned, rather permitted to all nations. And here, too, Germany is ready from the outset to make due with a numerical minimum, which stands in no comparison to the gigantic supply of offensive and defensive weapons of our former opponents.

Speech of October 14, 1933 in Berlin


Furthermore, the German government will reject no weapons ban as too restrictive, if it is applied in the same manner to the other states.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


The German folk has fulfilled its disarmament obligations in excess. It would now be the turn of the armed states to fulfill the analogous obligations no less so.

Speech of October 14. 1933 in Berlin


Despite our willingness, if necessary to continue to the very end the already completed German disarmament, the other nations cannot decide to simply fulfill the assurances they signed in the peace treaty.

Appeal of October 14, 1933


If anybody in the world can feel threatened, then that is we alone!

Speech of November 10, 1933 in Berlin


So, just as the officers and soldiers of the armed forces obligate themselves to the new state in my person, I will always view it as my highest duty to stand up for the inviolability of the armed forces.

Letter to the Reichswehr Minister of August 20, 1934


It is a unique historical event that such a gracious bond in the service of the folk manifested itself between the forces of the revolution and the responsible leaders of the most extremely disciplined armed forces as well as between the National Socialist party and myself as its leader on the one side and the officers and soldiers of the German Reich army and navy on the other side.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin

Adolf Hitler About the Trade and Transportation

While we built roads, dig canals, dry swamps, erect dams and locks, we perform a constructive work, which can indeed claim our whole energy.

Interview of April 3, 1934 in Berlin


We have begun to increase commerce. A huge road network will be built in Germany, conceived for coming decades and centuries. The water ways are also being expanded exactly the same, and the previous road network will likewise be put in order.

Speech of October 24, 1933 in Berlin


We put together a program, which we do not want to leave to posterity: the program of our new road construction, a gigantic task, which requires billions. We will sweep the resistance against it from the path and begin the task big. We will thus introduce a series of public works, which help to reduce the number of unemployed more and more.

Speech of May 1, 1933 in Berlin


In order to generously ensure the prerequisites for the future development of transportation, the huge work of the new German Reich Autobahn was projected and started.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


Since our roads are in part insufficient, in part also decayed, a network of 6 500-kilometer automobile roads will be built and already in this winter started with the greatest energy. The financing comes through our automobile/fuel tax as well as usage fees to be imposed.

Interview of October 18, 1933 in Berlin


You have assembled here at the construction site of one of the gigantic new roadways, which are designed to give the German economy new and most modern transportation routes. Mighty is this plan and symbolic for the greatness of the task placed on us.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


In order to guide the promotion of transportation to a reasonable settlement of all interested transportation parties, the first step will be taken already at the beginning of the coming year through a reform of the motor vehicle tax. The preservation of the Reich railway and its swiftest possible return to the Reich’s power is a task, which obligates us not just economically, rather also morally.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


Many… measures will, in their full significance, only find their appreciation in the future, in particular the promotion of the motorization of German transportation in connection to the construction of the Reich Autobahn. The old rivalry between Reich railway and motor vehicle has here found a solution, which will one day be of the highest use for the whole German folk.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


The Reich will – next to the construction of the mighty Autobahn roads – now also turn its practical interest with determination to the improvement of the former main roads.

Speech of March 8, 1934 in Berlin


The development of air transportation as a means for the peaceful connection of folks among each other will be vigorously nurtured by the national government.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The numbers of our transportation – on the rails, by motor vehicle and in the air – experienced enormous increases.

Proclamation of September 5, 1934 in Nuremberg

Adolf Hitler About Poetry and Music

Finally, we need a reform in the area of art, literature and theater. The government must take care that its folk is not poisoned. There is a higher right, which is based on the realization, what harms a folk. And what harms a folk, must be eliminated.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


Whoever is chosen by Providence to reveal the soul of a folk of the present time, to make it resound in tones or to speak in stone, he suffers under the force of the almighty compulsion dominating him, he will speak its language, even if the present time does not understand him or does not want to understand him, he will rather accept any distress than to even just once be untrue to the star, which inwardly guides him.

Speech of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


It is not necessary to first discover the musically talented people as race, in order to entrust them with the care of music, rather music discovers the race, in which (people) it finds the ability.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


One of these men. who embodies the best nature of our folk within himself, who has risen from national, German greatness to international significance, is Richard Wagner, the greatest man of this city (Leipzig), the most mighty master of the tones of our folk!

Speech of March 6, 1934 in Leipzig


When I for the first time stood before Wagner’s grave, my heart swelled with pride!

Speech of March 27, 1924 in Munich


With the genuine oath to correspond to the wish and the will of the great master, to continue to nurture his immortal works in eternal, living beauty, in order to also drawn future generations of our folk into the miracle world of this mighty poet of tones, I set this cornerstone of the German National Monument for Richard Wagner as eternal witness and ongoing admonishment.

Speech of March 6, 1934 in Leipzig

Adolf Hitler About the National-Socialist Movement

The National Socialist movement has become the German Reich, the German state. Behind the flag of the opposition of once marches today the German nation!

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


I created…a totally new movement, which from the very start, overcoming all manifestations of decay, had to build a new community.

Speech of November 10, 1933 in Berlin


When in the year 1919 the National Socialist movement came to life in order to replace the Marxist-democratic republic with a new Reich, this endeavor appeared to be an impossible silliness. It was precisely the quibbling people of reason, who thanks to a superficial historical education, at most managed to produce a pitying smile for such an attempt.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


One thing….is the first task of this movement: It wants to make the Germans national again, so that their fatherland is again over everything else for them.

Speech of July 14, 1923 in Munich


We have written the great Germanic ideal on our flags and will know how to fight to the last drop of blood for the same!

Speech of August 1, 1923 in Munich


Task of the movement is the conquest of German man for the power of the state.

Speech of February 26, 1934 in Munich


The first party days took place in 1920, 1921 and 1922. They were enlarged general member assemblies of the party back then almost completely limited to Munich and Bavaria. The first Reich Party Day with representatives from the rest of Germany as well took place on January 27, 1923 in Munich. Already in November of the same year came the ban of the movement. Only three years later we celebrated the memorable resurrection of our party days in Weimar. In 1927 the third Reich Party Day took place and this time, for the first time in Nuremberg, likewise the fourth Reich Party Day in 1929.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


If then no party day could be held anymore for many years, the blame was not on us, rather on the conditions. Already the attempt in 1930 to again meet in Nuremberg failed due to the resistance of our political opponents, of the Bavarian provincial government back then. For three years this bourgeois government sabotaged every additional such attempt. For the movement, however, the city should for all future be the location of our Reich Party Days, in which we for the first time proclaimed the new German will in a huge rally.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


When I think back on the time, when I spoke to eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, twenty, thirty and fifty people, when I after a year had won sixty-four people for the movement, on the time, when our small circle widened more and more, then I must admit that what has been created today, when a river of millions of German folk comrades flows into our movement, represents something unique in German history.

Lecture of January 27, 1932 in Dusseldorf


Our movement at the time of its founding raised three demands: first, elimination of the peace treaty, second, unification of all Germans, third, soil for the nourishment of our nation.

Speech of April 17, 1923 in Munich


There were two principles, which we back then buried in our hearts: first, to orient this on the most sober knowledge, and second, to disseminate this knowledge with the most ruthless truthfulness.

Speech of April 12, 1922 in Munich


What do the millions of new people know, who today stand in the movement, about the miracle, which has taken place in Germany? They have not experienced what our revolutionary old friends experienced. They do not know the path of discipline, which led from the few hundred men of once to today. They have no idea how small it once was, what mountain-moving faith was needed thirteen, ten, nine, eight or seven years ago, to believe in the movement and to make sacrifices for it. For the movement had nothing else to give back then.

Speech of March 20, 1934 in Munich


With the spirit do we want to conquer the nation, but with the fist to subdue anybody who dares to rape the spirit through terror. That was the foundation of the S.A., the party’s great arm of strength.

Speech of February 26, 1934 in Munich


Actually, the S.A. and the S.S. of the National Socialist party emerged without any assistance, without any financial support from the state, from the Reich or even from the Reichswehr, without any military training and without any military equipment – for purely political-party purposes and according to party-political considerations. Their purpose was and is solely the elimination of the communist threat, their training without any association with the army, only calculated for purposes of propaganda and enlightenment, psychological mass effect and breaking down communist terror. They are institutions for the development of a genuine community spirit, for the overcoming of previous class differences and for the elimination of the economic need.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


My S.A. comrades! You, especially, are living witnesses for this will (for peaceful, constructive work); for your free will pulls you together in this community in which not theoretically, rather practically, the folk community finds its expression, a great community of mutual help, mutual support. You are the guarantors not only for the present, rather also for the German future.

Speech of October 22, 1933 in Kelheim


Out of forty-five million adults, three million fighters have organized themselves as the bearers of the political leadership of the nation. Today, however, the overwhelming majority of Germans affirms itself as supporters of their world of ideas. The folk has trustingly placed its fate into their hands. The organization, however, thereby assumes a solemn obligation.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


We have extended our hand to millions of people who want to be active in the building. Millions of former opponents, they stand today in our ranks and, thanks to their work and thanks to their ability as helpers in the building, they are no less esteemed than our own old party comrades.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


The commander of the S.A. is I and nobody else!

Speech of July 13, 1934 in Berlin


I want…that obedience, loyalty and comradeship dominate as transmitted principles. And just as each leader demands obedience from his men, so do I demand from the S.A. leaders respect for the law and obedience to my command.

Order to the S.A. of June 30, 1934


The S.A. man and the S.A. leader can be nothing but loyal, obedient, disciplined, modest and self-sacrificing – or he is not an S.A. man.

Address of September 9, 1934 in Nuremberg


I want to ask the lads that they make the oldsters (in the movement) their example, that they recognize that being a National Socialist is nothing external, that it is not about the clothing, not about meetings and stars, rather that it is about the heart!

Speech of March 20, 1934 in Munich


The political leadership of a nation must seek the most essential difference from the rest of the folk not in greater pleasure, rather in stricter self-discipline!

Speech of February 7, 1934 in Berlin


I have…always demanded that higher demands are made on the behavior and manners of National Socialist leaders than among other folk comrades.

Speech of July 13, 1934 in Berlin


If it is demanded of a folk that it blindly trust its leadership, this leadership must, however, also earn this trust through performance and through especially good conduct. Individual mistakes and errors may be made, they can be corrected. Bad conduct… however, is unworthy of a leader, not National Socialistic and to the highest degree contemptible.

Speech of July 13, 1934 in Berlin


To those who always say the German cannot be unified, we have presented the most unified organization in the whole of German history.

Speech of February 26, 1934 in Munich


There is no novel of world history, which is more wonderful than our party’s development to its present greatness.

Speech of March 20, 1934 in Munich


You, General Field Marshal (Reich President von Flindenburg), sir, have entrusted the Reich’s leadership to this young Germany in the magnanimous decision of January 30, 1933.

Speech of March 21, 1933 in Potsdam


Hardly a revolution of such magnitude has occurred so disciplined and bloodless as this uprising of the German folk…It is my will and my firm intention to care for this calm development in the future as well.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


When has a revolution ever been carried out so without outrages like ours?

Speech of October 24, 1933 in Berlin


This is the eternal service of the National Socialist party and its organizations, it is the service of the brown guard: it prepared the German uprising, carried it out and concluded it almost without bloodshed and with unprecedented adherence to program .

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


National Socialists, my party comrades! An incomparable victory has been won. The German folk owes it above all to your faithful loyalty and your never-tiring work…The unique greatness of the success is for all of you the greatest affirmation. The salvation of the fatherland, however, will one day be your thanks!

Thanks after the great election victory of November 12, 1933


The great principles, which have enabled the victory of these flags: those are the principles of loyalty, of obedience, of faith, of comradeship, of confidence, of courage and of perseverance.

Speech of March 20, 1934 in Munich


We are National Socialists of fanatical disposition and no tightrope walkers of the so-called middle line!

Speech of May 1, 1923 in Munich


(It) was the fanatical faith in the movement’s victory, which was the prerequisite for any real later success. The psychologically most effective means, however, in this education was – next to the practice in daily struggle, the getting used to the enemy – the visible demonstration of membership in a great and strong movement! Thus our mass demonstrations served not only the winning of new supporters, rather above all the firming and moral strengthening of those already won.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


Our will was harder than the German need!

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin.


This our will, however, German folk and German worker, is also your will. It is the eternal will for self-preservation, which is possessed by every healthy creature and which, we thank our God, has also not forever left our German folk. It slumbers and is now awakened!

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


The conflict with Marxism thus demanded from the start an organization, which according to its whole character was trained for and suited for this struggle.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


A community (those formed in the movement), which can be shaken by nothing at all.

Speech of January 3, 1935 in Berlin


Rise will the movement, which is ready to stand up for its ideal even to the final round!

Speech of August 21, 1923 in Munich


For them (those organized in the movement) it is not enough to simply make the affirmation: „I believe”, rather the oath: „I fight!”

Speech of November 9, 1934 in Nuremberg


We want to always be determined to act, always ready, if it is necessary, to die, never willing to capitulate!

Speech of November 9, 1934 in Munich


The National Socialist movement must affirm the heroism to rather take on any resistance and any distress than to even just once deny its principles recognized as correct.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


An organization, filled with the most eminent national feeling, built on the idea of the leadership’s absolute authority in all areas, in all stages – a single party, … which in its entire organization only knows responsibility, command and obedience, and thus for the first time in Germany’s political life integrates a manifestation of millions, which is based on the principle of performance.

Lecture of January 27, 1932 in Dusseldorf


In that it (the movement) puts through the principle of authority and discipline in the party organization from top to bottom in a straight line, it first obtains the moral right to demand the same from even the last folk comrade.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


The organization of a movement is a formal manifestation, even if it is ever so ingenious and in itself correct. Its inner worth is first given it by the people, who in its sense, embody the idea in life.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


All for one and one for all!

Speech of September 7, 1934 in Nuremberg


People, who according to their social and economic origin mostly had a subordinate, yes, not seldom suppressed rank, had to politically obtain the conviction to one day represent the nation’s leadership. Already in the struggle, which we National Socialists had to survive against such a greatly superior force, forced on us the duty to, with all means, strengthen trust in the movement and hence the self-consciousness of the individual fighter.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


The movement…must take care that not the numeric size of this core is viewed as decisive, rather only its inner worth and hence its inner homogeneity. It must know that the selection in the future must proceed from the same hard principles, which hard fate imposed on us in the past.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


One can become a party comrade by written application, but a National Socialist only through the shifting of meaning according to the urgent appeal of the own heart!

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


The National Socialist party must…be convinced that it manages – thanks to the method of a selection conditioned by living struggle – to find the politically most capable human material in Germany and to unite it within itself. This community must among itself affirm the same law, which it wants to see obeyed by the mass of the nation. It must hence continuously educate itself in the thinking of affirmation of authority, of voluntary acceptance of the strictest discipline, in order to be able to give the same education to its followers. And it must hereby be hard and consequent.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


The conviction that our movement is not preserved by desire for money and gold, rather only by love for the folk, must again and again give freshness and fill us with courage for the struggle.

Speech of July 28, 1922 in Munich


For this was the wonderful thing during this time of propagation of our idea, that it sent out its waves across the whole land and then pulled man after man and woman after woman into its orbit.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


Just as we previously stepped before the folk in ten thousand, in a hundred thousand individual rallies in order to again and again ask for its vote, so must we in the future as well continue this struggle in ten thousand, in a hundred thousand rallies and assemblies.

Speech of February 26, 1934 in Munich


It is the greatest mission of the National Socialist movement to form the bridge between the individual occupations and ranks of our folk.

Speech to the folk comrades in Danzig of May 25, 1933


What the reason of the reasonable people could not see, was grasped by the sentiment, the heart and the instinct of these primitively simple, but healthy people!

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


We know that our movement became great precisely through this loyalty to principles.

Speech of November 9, 1933 in Munich


The party will hence through its political education work on the German folk have to make German man more and more spiritually immune against any relapse into the…past.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


They (the members of the individual auxiliaries of the party) must never expect from the nation more virtue and sense of sacrifice than they themselves are ready a thousandfold to do, to give and to perform.

Speech of September 10, 1934 in Nuremberg


You, my office-holders, are responsible before God and our history that, through the political education of German people to one folk, to one idea, to one expression of will, a November 1918 is never again possible in German history.

Speech of September 2, 1033 in Nuremberg


This is the most mighty thing, which our movement should create: for these broad searching and erring masses a new faith, which does not leave them in this time of confusions, to which they can swear and on which they can build, so that they at least somewhere find a place, which gives their hearts rest.

Speech of April 12, 1922 in Munich


We have not fought for fourteen years for the sake of a government position, rather in order to rejuvenate the German folk from the bottom up! Struggle and work for the folk alone can save us!

Speech of October 30, 1933 in Frankfurt am Main


Starting with the smallest S.A. man, who without any personal advantage is ready to risk his life and health for Germany’s future, up to us leaders, who have preferred to stand twelve years long in the despised and suppressed position of opposition dictated by inner conscience, all of us are dominated by just a single thought: More important than our own life is the life of our folk, Germany’s existence!

Open Letter to Brüning of October 14, 1931


The demands, which this struggle made on our movement, were enormous. It took just as much courage to bear mockery and scorn as heroism and bravery to combat the daily defamations and attacks. Tens of thousands of National Socialist fighters were wounded in this period and many killed. Many wandered in prisons, hundreds of thousands had to leave their last job or otherwise lost their existence.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


Out of these struggles, however, grew the unshakeable guard of the National Socialist revolution, the band of millions of the political organization of the party, the S.A. and S.S. of the party. To them alone does the German folk owe its liberation from an insanity, which – had victory fallen to it – would not have just kept seven million unemployed, rather would have soon delivered thirty million to starvation!

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


It is a unique and only ascribable to the National Socialist credit, that this economic decay with its horrible impoverishment of the masses did not became a self-perpetuating drive for the acceleration of the political catastrophe, rather much more led to a concentration of conscious fighters for a new, constructive and thus truly positive world-view.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


For – regardless, whether one loves us or one hates us – one thing nobody can deny: A new spirit has filled the German folk, has awakened it to new life and given it the strength for works of labor and for accomplishments in all areas of a new folk formation, which are worthy of admiration!

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


The gigantic organizations of our movement, its political institutions as well as the organizations of the S.A. and S.S. and the building of the Work Front, just like the state organizations of our army, they are national and social melting pots, in which gradually a new German man will be developed.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


The party, S.A. and S.S., the political organization, the Work Service, the youth organizations, they are all means and tools of the inner forging together of our folk body and thus for the development of the energies lying within our folk into a truly peaceful, culture-promoting and also materially beneficial work.

Speech of June 18, 1934 in Gera


We no longer deserve any indictment in German history, rather deserve that one day one writes on our gravestones: „They have often been rough, they have been hard, they were inconsiderate, but they have been: good Germans!”

Speech of June 19, 1933 in Erfurt


My folk comrades…stick to this movement, fight for it, tight thus for the German folk and for the German Reich!

Speech of June 18, 1934 in Gera


I know today: Even if fate would take me away personally, this struggle would be continued and no longer come to an end. The movement ensures this!

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin

Adolf Hitler About Finance, Banking and Stock Market

The state is not the plantation of foreign capital interests! Capital is not the master of the state, rather its servant.

Speech of April 24, 1923 in Munich


We are today (due to the Marxist financial politics since 1918 up to the January revolution) so far that a folk of sixty million sees its fate in the will of a few dozen Jewish bankers.

Speech of September 18, 1922 in Munich


‘Stocks” rose and thereby the stock market gradually become the director of the whole national folk economy. Owners of this institution were, however,… without exception Jews.

Speech of July 28, 1922 in Munich


The international stock market would be unthinkable and would have never come without its founders, the supranational, because strictly national, Jew.

Speech of April 12, 1922 in Munich


The problem of short-term and long-term debt: The total change of the relationships in the world’s products markets demands an accommodation. Only from this trusting cooperation can a real lifting of the general cares emerge. Ten years of an upright peace will be more useful for the prosperity of all than thirty years persistence in the concepts of victors and vanquished.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


We know…what the prerequisites are for a healthy exchange of goods and services between folks of the earth; for Germany has for years been forced (to provide) goods and services without reciprocal goods and services. This shows that the task to preserve Germany as an active link in the exchange of wares is less a trade-political than a financial-political one.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The attempt to avert such a development (the reparations payments forced on Germany caused an export reduction of the creditor states) by adjusting the restriction of German export through giving credit to enable payments was not very farsighted and in the end result wrong. For the transformation of indebtedness from political into private obligations lead to an interest service, whose fulfillment has to lead to the same results.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


The worst thing…was that the development of domestic economic life was artificially hindered and destroyed. The struggle in the world markets through ongoing price reductions led to an over-escalation of the nationalization measures in the economy. The millions of our unemployed are the final result of this development. If one wanted to limit the reparations payments to product deliveries, this would have to lead to a no less great damaging of the domestic production of the thus advantaged folks. For product deliveries in the quantity coming into question are unthinkable without most severely threatening the condition of the domestic production of the folks.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


It is the fault of the Versailles Treaty that it introduced a time in which the art of financial calculation seemed to kill economic reason.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


I see…in the one-sided profiteering of our interest and loan capital a slow but sure throttling of the economy, just as in the one-sided emphasis on economics alone a gradual throttling of the folk!

“Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


As long as one did not allow us an objective regulation of our foreign debt corresponding to our strength, we were unfortunately compelled to maintain our currency forced economy. The Reich government is hence also obligated to maintain the dam against the flow of capital across the border. If the Reich government allows itself to be guided by these principles, it is certainly to be expected that foreign countries’ understanding will ease the integration of our Reich into the peaceful competition of nations.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The government will in principle avoid currency experiments.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


An inflation of the kind of the November government is for us unthinkable. All ongoing disbursements are covered by the regular budget, long-term investments are at the given time financed by the loan budget.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


We protect the result of every honorable work, honest savings and honest property.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


Everything… was… only possible through the securing of our currency; for we have not enabled these (domestic political) measures through frivolous experiments, quite the opposite: during the same time, we have managed to decisively improve the financial situation of the Reich, of the provinces and municipalities and to put them in order.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


By all that it was tried to put in order on the hand the disorganized financial life of the Reich, of the provinces and of the municipalities through generous measures and on the other hand through the most brutal thrift.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


We have taken up the struggle for the restoration of our finances; mighty refinancing or debt reduction projects have been realized or are in preparation.

Speech of October 24, 1933 in Berlin


Huge sums are used for the reduction of production-killing taxes, roughly 300 million tax credit benefits the national economy this year.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


We can state with satisfaction that in the previous year alone savings have increased in Germany by about a billion. We have furthermore managed to so increase the rate of assets at set interest rates that a lowering of the interest level thereby practically set in.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


We will in the future, too, continue to lighten the debt burdens, to promote the formation of capital, and we will thereby use no method, which subordinates respect for property or contract rights.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


The confidence of the German saver will in the future as well not be disappointed by the government through any kind of arbitrary interventions or any kind of frivolous financial management.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


Victory cannot be lacking to us! For our just and necessary struggle against the international stock market dictatorship serves only the recovery of our warmly loved German fatherland.

Speech of August 21,1923 in Munich

Greater Germany’s Battle for Freedom

Especially for the 130-th anniversary of our Führer Adolf Hitler I digitized the three-volume English edition of his war speeches. The original book was published in the Third Reich during the WWII under the title: “Der großdeutsche Freiheitskampf“. It contains Adolf Hitler’s war era speeches from August 27, 1939 to March 15, 1942.

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“Der Stürmer” wishes you a successful Year of Struggle – 131 (2019)!

HEIL HITLER!

Adolf Hitler was Right!