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The Nazis - Adolf Hitler


Hitler Rejects Old Treaty Obligations (Literary Digest, 1937)

This magazine article covered 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."

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

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

 

The Plot to Kill Hitler (Yank Magazine, 1945)

During the summer of 1945, YANK reporter Corporal Howard Katzander, spent some time among the Third Army's prisoners of war where he happened upon a German senior officer who was in a very talkative mood:

"The story he was telling was the story of why the war did not end last July. It was the story of the attempt to assassinate Hitler and he knew all about it. Because this was Lieutenant Colonel Wilhelm Kuebart, a member of the Wermacht General Staff, and one of the original plotters."

Published in June of 1945, this must have been the first English language article about the Valkyrie plot.

 

Adolf Hitler: Millionaire (Ken Magazine, 1939)

"Der Fuhrer boasts of his impecuniosity, but the fact is that royalties from his book, "Mein Kampf" and investments in German real-estate and industrial firms make him one of Germnay's wealthiest men. This money is deposited throughout Europe in 15 bank accounts under three names..."

 

WHAT IF - Hitler Had Been Killed? (Click Magazine, 1941)

It must have been a slow news week when the CLICK MAGAZINE crew approached three of the busiest editors in the the U.S. and Britain asking them how they would break the news if Hitler were to be killed tomorrow?

"Every editor we queried agreed that when it happens, the death of Adolf Hitler will sell more papers than any other news event of the Twentieth century...All agreed that Hitler's death would not end the war; two out of three guessed he would die violently."

The leftest publisher Ralph Ingersoll knew right away that Hitler would die by his own hand.

The article is illustrated with facsimile printings of the headlines and how each paper believed the dictator would die - it was an academic exercise, but a fun read, nonetheless.

 

The News of Hitler's Death (Yank Magazine, 1945)

The June 1st issue of YANK MAGAZINE did a fine job of capturing the excitement that was felt in civilized quarters as the allied armies poured into Germany from all sides. As the news of Hitler's suicide spread throughout Europe, a YANK reporter took a sampling of G.I. opinion on the subject. One G.I. in Italy opined:

"Now they say Hitler is dead. Maybe he is. If he is, I don't believe he died heroically. Mussolini died at least something like a dictator, but somehow I can't figure Hitler dying in action..."

Read an article about some bored newspaper editors who were curious to know what the headlines would look like if Hitler had been killed in 1941.

 

Speculation About Hitler's Romantic Fixations (Physical Culture, 1937)

Attached is a 1937 ad for the long forgotten magazine, PHYSICAL CULTURE. The publisher of this periodical wanted all to know that they were on the job when it came to detecting the inevitable outcome that would spring from the sexual frustrations of Adolf Hitler. In this advertisement, they promote an article concerning the psychological studies of one Lawrence Gould, who believed that the Fuhrer was an odd pervert who's maladies could only trigger war.

"According to Mr. Gould, Fuhrer Hitler is possessed of an amazing and dangerous sex complex which may involve the world in war at any moment."

The O.S.S. also suspected as much.

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

 


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