Landmark Speeches of National Socialism

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  • Copyright: 2008-05-01
  • Publisher: Texas A & M Univ Pr
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Historians have noted that seldom in the history of the German people-and perhaps of the world-has public oratory been as pivotal in generating and sustaining the vitality of a movement as it was during the rise and rule of the National Socialist Party from 1919 to 1945. Led by the charismatic and indefatigable Hitler, National Socialists conducted one of the most powerful rhetorical campaigns ever recorded. Indeed, the mass addresses, which were broadcast live on radio, taped for re-broadcast, and in many cases filmed for play on theater newsreels throughout the Third Reich, constituted one of the most thorough exploitations of media in history.

Table of Contents

The Magic Force of the Spoken Wordp. 1
Reestablishing the National Socialist German Workers Party, 27 February 1925p. 14
"The Storm Is Coming," 9 July 1932p. 32
Propaganda and Public Enlightenment, 6 September 1934p. 40
Duties and Tasks of the Woman in the National Socialist State, October 1936p. 52
Race and Population Policy, 11 September 1936p. 66
"Our Hitler," 19 April 1937p. 79
Speech after "The Night of Broken Glass," 10 November 1938p. 86
To the Old Guard in Munich, 8 November 1941p. 94
"Total War," 18 February 1943p. 112
Model Speeches for Nazi Leaders, 1944-1945p. 140
Adolf Hitler's Last Speech, 30 January 1945p. 150
Acknowledgmentsp. 157
Indexp. 159
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