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Hitler in Color
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The attached article from a 1937 issue of THE LITERARY DIGEST reported on a speech made by Hitler four years into his rule:

"In his efforts to wipe out the country's status as a pariah among the nations, Hitler boasted Saturday, he had rearmed the Reich and seized the disarmed Rhineland. Still denouncing Versailles, he last week erased one of the most painful of the treaty's blots on German honor with a few words:"

'I hereby and above all annul the signature extorted from a weak and impotent Government against its better knowledge, confessing Germany's responsibility for the late war.'

"Hoarse with his own emotion, he indicated that the Treaty's one remaining grievance - the 'rape' of German colonies - remained unavenged."

Click here to read about Germany's treaty violations...

Hitler also rejected German-Americans:
they drove him crazy...

     


Hitler Rejects Old Treaty Obligations (Literary Digest, 1937)

Hitler Rejects Old Treaty Obligations (Literary Digest, 1937)

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