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Fast facts about Axis P.O.W. can be read here...

During the summer of 1938 the Nazis allowed one of their photo journalists out of the Fatherland to wander the highways and byways of the United States. This is what he saw...


Meet Joseph Goebbels (Pathfinder Magazine, 1938

"Goebbels is the creator of the Hitler legend. He is the white-washer of the Nazi reputation. In the 1920s the party had an unsavory name because its ranks included a clique of of homosexuals. As early as 1922 a Nazi meeting at Munich voted that no woman should ever hold political office. Goebbels twisted the party's abnormal dislike of women into something 'respectable' - the doctrine that a woman's place was in the kitchen and the maternity ward."

 

The Plan For Post-War Revenge (Click Magazine, 1944)

This snippet that appeared in CLICK MAGAZINE during the early months of 1944 supports the argument posed by journalist Gerard Williams and the investigators on the program "Hunting Hitler" . It stated that a Nazi insider had defected to London where he informed British intelligence of a Nazi plan to launch a third world war from the confines of, it was assumed, another country.

Watch a Clip from ''Hunting Hitler''

 

The Book Burnings (Literary Digest, 1933)

"Numbers hardly count in estimating the book-burning festival in Germany on May 10 [1933]....Reports range from an estimate of hundreds to tens of thousands of books burned."

American columnist Walter Lippmann of the NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE wrote:

"They symbolize the moral and intellectual character of the Nazi regime. For these bonfires are not the work of schoolboys or mobs but of the present German Government acting through its Minister of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment."

CLICK HERE to read an article from 1923 about the abitious Adolf Hitler.

Read about the American reporter who became a Nazi...

 

Hitler's Man in Buenos Aires (American Magazine, 1945)

"Here is the first inside story of South America's leading arms producer, Fritz Mandl (1900 1977), who 'fled' from Austria with $60,000,000. On the U.S. black list, he has been called 'one of the most dangerous men in the world'".

 

A Woman's Place Within the Third Reich (Collier's Magazine, 1933)

One of the kindest things you could possibly say about the Nazis is that they were "sexists" - and if you wanted to back your thesis up with anecdotes, facts and figures, you would read the attached article from 1933:

"To say that woman's place is in the home is understatement, so far as Adolf Hitler is concerned. Certainly she's not to be allowed in the library. Intellectual life, as well as all business and legal affairs, is a purely masculine enterprise in the Third Reich. And the women, most of them, in hysterical devotion to their leader, obey. Mr. Quentin Reynolds, in a series of brilliant pictures, presents the women of modern Germany; triumphant and desperate."
The Nazis were not too chauvinistic: 10% of the jobs in your average concentration camp were filled by women.

CLICK HERE to read about the beautiful "Blonde Battalions" who spied for the Nazis...

Read about Hitler's expert on sex and racial purity...

 

''Healthy Eroticism'' in the Third Reich (Coronet Magazine, 1942)

"The fruits of the Third Reich Population Policy are shocking indeed. Fifteen and 16-year-old girls are having babies with the blessings of their Hitler Youth leaders. Unwed mothers with illegitimate children have the right to evict married but childless couples from apartment houses...laws are passed entitling unmarried mothers to call themselves 'Mrs.' instead of 'Miss', and providing state subsides for illegitimate children and crushing taxes for childless adults."

Watch a Film Clip about the Lebensborn Program

 


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