Adolf Hitler With Children

Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust – The Man

“We have no doubt about your bravery or devotion to your fatherland, nor do we believe that you are the monster described by your opponents.” — Mahatma Gandhi in a letter to Adolf Hitler, December 24, 1940

Was Adolf Hitler really a sadistic monster, hell-bent on world domination and the destruction of the Jews?

Much like the myth of homicidal gas chambers, so too is the legacy of Adolf Hitler saturated in untruths bestowed upon us by Zionist-Jewish interests who wish to maintain their geo-political grip and the significant stream of revenue that might otherwise be jeopardized should the truth about Hitler and the holocaust be widely disseminated. Here again we must be willing to put aside what we have been told by our governments, educational institutions and the mainstream media before we can consider who Adolf Hitler really was and what motivated him to abandon his desire to become an architect and pursue a career in politics instead.

Contrary to what the public is led to believe, Hitler was far removed from the image of an ignorant psychopath that has been painted by the victors of the Second World War. He was an inquisitive intellectual with a seemingly insatiable appetite for knowledge. Although a loner and extremely poor throughout most of his life, he had a passion for architecture and art and he devoured many books from great authors.

Leon Degrelle, who would join the Waffen SS and later become a General, and who was close to Hitler, wrote:

His behavior and his lifestyle never changed even when he became the ruler of Germany. He dressed and lived frugally. During his early days in Munich, he spent no more than a mark per day for food. At no stage in his life did he spend anything on himself. Throughout his thirteen years in the chancellery he never carried a wallet or ever had money of his own.

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His intellectual curiosity was limitless. He was readily familiar with the writings of the most diverse authors, and nothing was too complex for his comprehension. He had a deep knowledge and understanding of Buddha, Confucius and Jesus Christ, as well as Luther, Calvin, and Savonarola; of literary giants such as Dante, Schiller, Shake- speare and Goethe; and of analytical writers such as Renan and Gobineau, Chamber- lain and Sorel.

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The universality of Hitler’s knowledge may surprise or displease those unaware of it, but it is nonetheless a historical fact: Hitler was one of the most cultivated men of this century. Many times more so than Churchill, an intellectual mediocrity; or than Pierre Laval, with his mere cursory knowledge of history; or than Roosevelt; or Eisenhower, who never got beyond detective novels.

The Enigma of Adolf Hitler

Hitler’s bravery and patriotism cannot be questioned. During the First World War he repeatedly volunteered for hazardous duty and was injured on several occasions, one which left him temporarily blind and with permanent eye troubles as a result of exposure to mustard gas. Regardless of the severity of his injuries however, Hitler always returned to his unit as soon as possible even when he was not obligated to return at all. From former sergeant Max Amann with the Bavarian R.-F.-R., 1916:

Hitler never hesitated in the least in carrying out even the most difficult order, and very often took on the most dangerous duties for his comrades.

Couriers for the regimental staff had to be among the most reliable people, because serving as a regimental courier during battles and skirmishes required iron nerves and a cool head. Hitler always did his duty, and even after his severe thigh wound, [he] volunteered to be sent back to his regiment from the reserve battalion, immediately after his release from the hospital.

During one particular battle, armed only with a pistol, Hitler single-handedly captured five French soldiers. For this he was awarded the coveted Iron Cross, 1st class, which was not only an highly prestigious honor, but also an award which was unlikely to be bestowed upon a mere corporal. The citation was signed in 1918 by Baron von Godin, the regimental commander, who stated:

As a dispatch runner, he has shown cold-blooded courage and exemplary boldness both in positional warfare and in the war of movement, and he has always volunteered to carry messages in the most difficult situations and at risk of his life. Under conditions of great peril, when all the communications lines were cut, the untiring and fearless activity of Hitler made it possible for important messages to go through. Hitler received the Iron Cross Second Class for gallant conduct during fighting at Wytschaete on 1 Dec 1914. [He] fully deserves to be awarded the Iron Cross First Class.

Hitler would eventually receive a total of six medals for bravery during combat.

Prior to Hitler’s rise to power during the Weimar Republic after the close of World War I, Germany faced a serious threat of a communist takeover by millions of communist sympathizers residing within her, many of whom were Jewish. Outraged by this and other factors, including the Treaty of Versailles which had gutted and vilified Germany, the young Adolf Hitler, who had wanted to become an artist, decided instead to pursue a career in politics and thus joined the revolutionary National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), eventually becoming its leader in 1921.

Hitler was imprisoned in 1923 after a failed attempt by the NSDAP to seize power of the German government in Munich. It was during this time that he authored Mein Kampf, one of the best selling books ever written of which more than 12 million copies were distributed by the end of World War II. Even today it still ranks high among some of the best seller lists despite the fact that the book is banned in over 20 countries, including the United States (in late 2015 the copyright expires and Mein Kampf will be in the public domain, negating the ban).

In 1933 Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany. Many Germans were willing to tolerate the socialist police state dictatorship that he had set up because he was the only leader who offered meaningful solutions to the utterly desperate situation Germany faced, including devastating hyperinflation, crushing unemployment, wide-spread drug use, pornography, prostitution and general lawlessness.

In the following interview of Ernst Zündel which was conducted by an Israeli journalist, we can learn a great deal more about what motivated Hitler and what his intentions were:

Nazi Party Reichserntedankfest Rally, Bückeberg, 1934
700,000 people attend the Nazi Party Reichserntedankfest Rally, Bückeberg, 1934 (click to enlarge)
Nazi Rally, Nuremberg, 1934
Nazi Rally, Nuremberg, 1934 (click to enlarge)
Crowds cheering Adolf Hitler's campaign to unite Austria and Germany, 1938
Crowds cheering Adolf Hitler’s campaign to unite Austria and Germany, 1938 (click to enlarge)
League of German Girls dancing at Reich Party Congress, Nuremberg, 1938
League of German Girls dancing at Reich Party Congress, Nuremberg, 1938 (click to enlarge)
Parade in Nuremberg, Germany, 1938
Parade in Nuremberg, Germany, 1938 (click to enlarge)
Adolf Hitler with children
Adolf Hitler with children (click to enlarge)
Nazi rally in the Cathedral of Light, c. 1937
Nazi rally in the Cathedral of Light, c. 1937 (click to enlarge)
Painting by Adolf Hitler
One of the many architectural paintings by Adolf Hitler (click to enlarge)
Adolf Hitler feeding deer
Adolf Hitler feeding deer (click to enlarge)

In just a few years after being appointed Chancellor, Hitler eliminated the massive unemployment problem by creating approximately six million jobs and restored the German economy while much of the rest of the world was still reeling from the Great Depression of 1929. The outpouring of admiration the people of Germany freely bestowed upon Adolf Hitler is abundantly clear in the massive and enthusiastic crowds he drew everywhere he spoke, especially in Nuremberg, Munich and Berlin which saw some of the largest gatherings the world has ever known.

Hitler would become the most popular leader in all of Europe and was supported by an unprecedented 90% of the nearly 80 million Germans because he followed through on the promises he made. To my knowledge, no other leader before or since has ever been able to come close to replicating the rapid and complete rise from the depths of poverty, chaos and social and political dysfunction as was experienced in Germany in the late 1930’s. The people of Germany had placed their hopes for the future upon the shoulders of Adolf Hitler and he delivered. Hitler’s accomplishments include:

  • Created millions of jobs in just his first three years in office, virtually eliminating unemployment.
  • Restored the German economy.
  • Eliminated debt slavery (interest on loans).
  • Cleaned up the massive crime, drug, prostitution and pornography problems, especially in Berlin where there had been approximately 270,000 suicides in 1932 alone.
  • Created various social programs, including financial support for expectant mothers.
  • Conceptualized the Volkswagen, a tough, reliable and inexpensive car that nearly every German could afford.
  • Greatly expanded the autobahn, a system of highways stretching across Germany.
  • Introduced a 40 hour work week with mandatory breaks for employees and paid overtime.
  • Introduced government subsided vacations for German workers.
  • Promoted environmentalism and introduced animal rights.
  • United the German people and restored their dignity and confidence.

Not popular with the mainstream historians are the many attempts Hitler made to resolve the growing tensions peacefully and avert the Second World War, however those who stood to gain from a war with Germany would have nothing to do with his offers of peace:

  • 17 May, 1933, Hitler delivers a speech declaring that Germany is willing to disarm if the neighboring countries would reciprocate, stating in part:

Germany will be perfectly ready to disband her entire military establishment and destroy the small amount of arms remaining to her, if the neighboring countries will do the same thing with equal thoroughness.

  • 18 Dec., 1933, Hitler submits a six point proposal for the improvement of international relations. The last point was:

6. The European nations guarantee one another the unconditional maintenance of peace by the conclusion of non-aggression pacts, to be renewed after ten years.

  • 26 Jan., 1934, Hitler completes a non-aggression pact with Poland.
  • 21 May, 1935, Hitler makes another attempt to avoid the growing possibility of war, stating in a speech:

Germany declares herself ready to agree to any limitation whatsoever of the caliber-strength of artillery, battleships, cruisers and torpedo boats. In like manner the German Government is ready to accept any international limitation of the size of warships. And finally it is ready to agree to limitation of tonnage for submarines, or to their complete abolition in case of international agreement.

  • 18 Jun., 1935, Hitler negotiated a Naval agreement with Great Britain in which it was stated that Germany was to have a naval strength limited to 35% of that of the British Navy.
  • 31 Mar., 1936, Hitler formulates a comprehensive plan for peace, stating in part:

The German Government believes that with the peace plan proposed above it has made its contribution to the reconstruction of a new Europe on the basis of reciprocal respect and confidence between sovereign states. Many opportunities for such a pacification of Europe, for which Germany has so often in the last few years made her proposals, have been neglected. May this attempt to achieve European understanding succeed at last!

  • 30 Sep., 1938, Hitler makes an agreement with the British Prime Minister, stating in part:

We regard the agreement signed last night and the Anglo-German Naval Agreement as symbolic of the desire of our two peoples never to go to war with one another again.

We are resolved that the method of consultation shall be the method adopted to deal with any other questions that may concern our two countries, and we are determined to continue our efforts to remove possible sources of difference and thus to contribute to assure the peace of Europe.

  • 6 Dec., 1938, Hitler instructs the German Foreign Minister to make an agreement with France which states, in part:

The German Government and the French Government fully share the conviction that peaceful and good-neighborly relations between Germany and France constitute one of the most essential elements for the consolidation of the situation in Europe and the maintenance of general peace. The two Governments will in consequence use all their efforts to ensure the development of the relations between their countries in this direction.

  • 23 Aug., 1939, Hitler signs the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact.
  • 3 Sep., 1939, Great Britain and France declare war on Germany followed by India, Australia and New Zealand. Several more countries soon follow.
  • 6 Oct., 1939, after war had been declared on Germany, Hitler makes a speech, stating in part:

In the war with Poland, I endeavored to restrict aerial warfare to objectives of military importance, or only to employ it to combat resistance at a given point. But it must surely be possible to emulate the Red Cross in drawing up some universally valid international regulation. It is only when this is achieved that peace can reign, particularly on our densely populated continent a peace which, un-contaminated by suspicion and fear, will provide the only possible condition for real economic prosperity. I do not believe that there is any responsible statesman in Europe who does not in his heart desire prosperity for his people. But such a desire can only be realized if all the nations inhabiting this continent decide to work together. To assist in ensuring this co-operation must be the aim of every man who is sincerely struggling for the future of his own people.

Following is a quote from Hitlers broadcast in Berlin to the German people in 1941:

This conspiracy of democratic Jews and Free Masons dragged Europe into war two years ago. Arms had to decide.

Since then a struggle has been taking place between truth and lies and, as always, this war will end in the victory for truth. In other words, whatever lies British propaganda, international world Jewry and its democratic accomplices may concoct they will not change historical facts. And it is a historical fact that for two years now Germany has been defeating one opponent after another.

I did not want it. Immediately after the first conflict I again held out my hand. I have been a soldier myself and I know how difficult it is to win a victory.

My hand was rejected. And since then we have seen that each peace offer was immediately exploited by the warmonger Churchill and his confreres so that they could say it was proof of our weakness.

At approximately 3 AM on 29 April, 1945, just hours before his death, Hitler authored the following political testament:

The last known photograph of Adolf Hitler
The last known photograph of Adolf Hitler, captured outside the Berlin bunker shortly before his death on April 30, 1945

My Political Testament

More than thirty years have now passed since I in 1914 made my modest contribution as a volunteer in the first world war that was forced upon the Reich.

In these three decades I have been actuated solely by love and loyalty to my people in all my thoughts, acts, and life. They gave me the strength to make the most difficult decisions which have ever confronted mortal man. I have spent my time, my working strength, and my health in these three decades.

It is untrue that I or anyone else in Germany wanted the war in 1939. It was desired and instigated exclusively by those international statesmen who were either of Jewish descent or worked for Jewish interests. I have made too many offers for the control and limitation of armaments, which posterity will not for all time be able to disregard for the responsibility for the outbreak of this war to be laid on me. I have further never wished that after the first fatal world war a second against England, or even against America, should break out. Centuries will pass away, but out of the ruins of our towns and monuments the hatred against those finally responsible whom we have to thank for everything, international Jewry and its helpers, will grow.

Three days before the outbreak of the German-Polish war I again proposed to the British ambassador in Berlin a solution to the German-Polish problem—similar to that in the case of the Saar district, under international control. This offer also cannot be denied. It was only rejected because the leading circles in English politics wanted the war, partly on account of the business hoped for and partly under influence of propaganda organized by international Jewry.

I have also made it quite plain that, if the nations of Europe are again to be regarded as mere shares to be bought and sold by these international conspirators in money and finance, then that race, Jewry, which is the real criminal of this murderous struggle, will be saddled with the responsibility. I further left no one in doubt that this time not only would millions of children of Europe’s Aryan peoples die of hunger, not only would millions of grown men suffer death, and not only hundreds of thousands of women and children be burnt and bombed to death in the towns, without the real criminal having to atone for this guilt, even if by more humane means.

After six years of war, which in spite of all setbacks will go down one day in history as the most glorious and valiant demonstration of a nation’s life purpose, I cannot forsake the city which is the capital of this Reich. As the forces are too small to make any further stand against the enemy attack at this place, and our resistance is gradually being weakened by men who are as deluded as they are lacking in initiative, I should like, by remaining in this town, to share my fate with those, the millions of others, who have also taken upon themselves to do so. Moreover I do not wish to fall into the hands of an enemy who requires a new spectacle organized by the Jews for the amusement of their hysterical masses.

I have decided therefore to remain in Berlin and there of my own free will to choose death at the moment when I believe the position of the Fuehrer and Chancellor itself can no longer be held.

I die with a happy heart, aware of the immeasurable deeds and achievements of our soldiers at the front, our women at home, the achievements of our farmers and workers and the work, unique in history, of our youth who bear my name.

That from the bottom of my heart I express my thanks to you all, is just as self-evident as my wish that you should, because of that, on no account give up the struggle but rather continue it against the enemies of the Fatherland, no matter where, true to the creed of a great Clausewitz. From the sacrifice of our soldiers and from my own unity with them unto death, will in any case spring up in the history of Germany, the seed of a radiant renaissance of the National-Socialist movement and thus of the realization of a true community of nations.

Many of the most courageous men and women have decided to unite their lives with mine until the very last I have begged and finally ordered them not to do this, but to take part in the further battle of the Nation. I beg the heads of the Armies, the Navy, and the Air Force to strengthen by all possible means the spirit of resistance of our soldiers in the National-Socialist sense, with special reference to the fact that also I myself, as founder and creator of this movement, have preferred death to cowardly abdication or even capitulation.

May it, at some future time, become part of the code of honour of the German officer—as is already the case in our Navy—that the surrender of a district or of a town is impossible, and that above all the leaders here must march ahead as shining examples, faithfully fulfilling their duty unto death.

Hitler’s “final solution to the Jewish question” was not a policy of extermination, but a policy of expulsion. The Jews residing in Germany could leave at any time of their own accord and were certainly encouraged to do so. Those that chose to stay, and were more then half Jewish, would be forced out. To further encourage the Jews to leave Germany, the Nazis made a pact the with the Zionists called the Haavara Agreement which allowed 60,000 Jews to emigrate to Palestine along with their assets. This pact, also known as The Transfer Agreement, served the purpose of both the Nazis and the Zionists, the latter of which needed the German Jews in order to establish the state of Israel. The Haavara Agreement was in effect from 1933 until 1941 when it was terminated due to the outbreak of World War II.

Though the majority of the German Jews chose to migrate before the war broke out, those who were only partially Jewish, as determined by their heritage, were allowed to remain in Germany and many did. There was even a functioning Synagogue in Berlin, the same city in which the Reich Chancellery was located, until the allies bombed it in 1943. There were also as many as 150,000 Jews that served in Hitlers army, some of which rose to the highest ranks, and those that made up the Waffen Schutzstaffel (Waffen SS) were primarily volunteers of various ethnic backgrounds from approximately 30 countries including Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, the Netherlands and Ukraine. Germany had possibly the only multinational military at that time that did not segregate based on race, unlike the United States military which had special units for African Americans and others.

 

 

 

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