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Adolf Hitler's full speech at the Sportpalast, 3 October 1941

Published on 06 Oct 2021 / In History
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ytrebiLeurT 2 months ago (edited)

I wish I could talk like him ...

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Truthload 2 months ago

Great video brother 👍I dont know how much more obvious it was that Hitler truly wanted peace with this speech as well as many others. The goal of the Jews is world domination mainly through their international jew banking system. Thats why countries turned on Hitler because they are all controlled by Jews. Churchill had the Jewish hand so far up his ass they touched the back of his throat. If it went the other way and Hitler won none of these countries would be slaves to these faggot Jews today. They are parasites that will stop at nothing to destroy everything good.these devils children must be destroyed or there will be no future soon..time is running out.We must Unite. Sieg Heil.✋

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HStheNS 2 months ago

indeed, 卐Heil Hitler Deutschland Sieg Heil卐

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BookAnon 2 months ago

Adolf Hitler was deeply passionate about forging an alliance between Germany and Britain, and I have touched on this subject in multiple chapters of my book.

Germania, is the most complete and comprehensive written documentary of National Socialism in Germany. More than 500 pages of red pills, with many images. It starts with the first world war and chronicles the foundation of NatSoc and the Weimar Republic. The numerous figures, organizations and events in National Socialism are all documented in this book. It contains the biography of Adolf Hitler, Horst Wessel, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, Eva Hitler, Reinhard Heydrich, Erich Hartmann, Otto Skorzeny, Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Göring among many other topics. The cultural and technological advancements of the Reich are also explored such as the Tiger Tanks, Jet fighters, helicopters and ballistic missiles of World War II. The myths of World War II have been exposed bare.

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