"We shall fight until the terror of the plutocracies has been broken."
- so ranted Adolf Hitler in a radio address from early 1940 in which he attempted to clarify the Nazi war aims. Never forgetting that the "zi" in "Nazi" is derived from "Sozi" for socialist (Compare with 'Commie' for 'Communist') - the dictator was heard here doing what he did from time to time in his speeches; borrowing the street hustle of the proletarian underdog (many thanks to WIKIanswers).
Also quoted in this article was a speech by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, which was characterized as "the sharpest fight speech he has made since the war started".
Additional historic information is dispensed herein about the early war progress on land, air and sea.
Read a magazine piece that compares the authoritarian addresses of both Hitler and Stalin - maybe you will see how they differed - we couldn't.
Click here to read another article on the same topic.
Click here to read an article that explains in great detail how the Nazi economic system (with it's wage and price controls) was Marxist in origin.