Antisemitism in Austria
Antisemitism (prejudice, hatred of, or discrimination against Jews for reasons connected to their Jewish heritage), has experienced a long history of expression since the days of ancient civilizations...
The Mystery of Hitler's Missing Mercedes
Captured on a railway flatcar in Austria in May 1945, a huge armoured Mercedes 770 limousine eventually found its way to the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa where it remains on public display today. Fin...
Declassified CIA Documents Reveal Strange Reports From The 1950s
Adolf Hitler ended his life by suicide in 1945, and that is exactly how the CIA has told his story in the half-century since.
Dinesh D'Souza - "The Big Lie" by DWhat is “the big lie” of the Democratic Party?inesh D'Souza | Facebook
How is it that Hitler and Mussolini could be violent opponents of communism but still be leftists by nature? Actually, it’s quite simple.
Hitler Speeches with accurate English subtitles
This video has been uploaded to accurately document history. No political agenda is propagandised or supported via this uploading. There is absolutely no intention of some racist Flamewar to be instig...
Hitler's Secret Illness
This propaganda footage, shot right before the fall of the Third Reich, was supposed to be destroyed. And for good reason - it reveals the medical condition Hitler tried to hide. From: SECRETS OF THE...
The King, Michael I of Romania, who tricked Hitler
Michael I reigned as King of Romania from 20 July 1927 to 8 June 1930 and again from 6 September 1940 until his abdication on 30 December 1947
Austria Seizing Hitler's Birthplace To Prevent Nazi Pilgrimage Site
Austria's government moved on Tuesday to seize the house where Adolf Hitler was born to prevent it becoming a site of pilgrimage for neo-Nazis, and the country's Interior Minister said he wanted to te...
Adolf Hitler Had A Micro-Penis, Reveal 1923 German Medical Records
Adolf Hitler allegedly had a micro-penis, according to new German medical records that have been unearthed 93 years after they were originally recorded.
The American Papers that Praised Hitler
They fell hard for the job-creating Führer with eyes that were like ‘blue larkspur.’ Why did so many journalists spend years dismissing the evidence of his atrocities?
What the Führer means for Germans today
Seventy years after Adolf Hitler’s death, how Germans see him is changing.
10 Myths about the Nazis
10 Myths about the Nazis We've all heard the conspiracies about the evil nazi party, so we thought it was time to separate the fact from the fiction. Did Hitler really hide a stash of gold? And just w...
When the Pope Ordered the Death of Adolf Hitler
In 1939, the pope ordered the death of Adolf Hitler. Church of Spies by Mark Riebling tells the gripping history of the Vatican’s covert operations during World War II. A military plot had formed in ...
Hitler's mistake - A plane with six engines that should never have left the ground
When Hitler led the Nazis, he made sure that they were properly equipped for the global chaos at the time, that is the World War II. Under his command, the Nazis gained possession of various military ...
The general who slammed his hand on the table and said to Hitler "I will not take orders from a local Nazi chieftan"... and got away with it
This is General Dietrich von Saucken. As you can see, he is literally the archetypal monocled patrician Prussian general. In World War I, he was wounded seven times in battle, and decorated very highl...
How The Nazi Telegram That Helped Drive Hitler To Suicide Was Nearly Forgotten In A S.C. Safe
The telegram arrived at the führerbunker on April 23, 1945, sending Adolf Hitler into a rage. A week later, the Nazi dictator was dead. A treasonous telegram from No. 2 Nazi Hermann Goering to none ot...
The Tragically Powerful Story Behind The Lone German Who Refused To Give Hitler The Nazi Salute
Adopted by the Nazi Party in the 1930s, Hitler's infamous "sieg heil" (meaning "hail victory") salute was mandatory for all German citizens as a demonstration of loyalty to the Führer, his party, and ...
Gerda Christian
Gerda "Dara" Christian née Daranowski (13 December 1913 – 14 April 1997) was one of Adolf Hitler's private secretaries during World War II.
Born Gerda Daranowski, and nicknamed "Dara", she b...
Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler ([ˈadɔlf ˈhɪtlɐ]; 20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party (German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpart...
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Adolf Hitler - video 3
Adolf Hitler speaks to crowd with English subs. Not meant to be a pro Nazi propaganda film, in fact the opposite. Learn from history, evil has many faces... ...
Hold Ye Front Page
Hold Ye Front Page is an educational project published by The Sun newspaper. It comprises a website, [1] www.holdyefrontpage.co.uk, in which significant events in world history and in the histories of...
Deutsche Bergwerks- und Hüttenbau
Deutsche Bergwerks- und Hüttenbau GmbH (DBH, German for German Mine Construction) was a German company specializing in construction of mines and quarries. Established under the name of Preussische Ber...
KZ – Nebenlager Bretstein
KZ – Nebenlager Bretstein was a concentration camp in Bretstein (located near Judenburg, in the upper part of Styria) was associated with the SS-own operation Deutsche Versuchsanstalt für Ernährung un...
Hitler and Mannerheim recording
The Hitler and Mannerheim Recording is a secret voice recording of a private conversation between Adolf Hitler and Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim held in 1942. The Finnish engineer at the broadcasting co...
Hitler and Mannerheim recording - Wikipedia
Adolf Hitler
You don't see political speeches given with this type of emotion any more! The only reason I put this Video on YouTube in February 2007, was because it was t...
Racial policy of Nazi Germany
The racial policy of Nazi Germany was a set of policies and laws implemented by Nazi Germany, asserting the superiority of the "Aryan race", and based on a specific racist doctrine which claimed scien...
Racial policy of Nazi Germany - Wikipedia