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Please help us to document this footage of Nazi Germany! . An architect herself, she supervised the construction of the museum. 9:18 Olympic Games 1936 in Berlin 11:14 Adolf Hitler at the Olympic Games 15:25 Parade on the occasion of the "Tag der deutschen Kunst" (Day of German Art) in Munich (1937/1938).

The Nazi Storm Troopers. Sing, "Heil Deutschland". The Nazi Storm Troopers. The Small Berlin School Children.

This Audio Rarities (Hitler's Inferno) is in like new condition. It appears to have been opened recently, and perhaps used sparingly, if at all. The LP is clean and unmarked. The cover looks like new with sharp corners, and is still in original plastic wrapping, less the slit at its opening. specifically how music could serve as a propaganda and morale building tool.

Adolf Hitler - Einigkeit Und Recht Und Freiheit (Hitler's Antwort An Den Präsidenten Roosevelt) Teil 1 + 2. Various - Le IIIe Reich I - Voix Et Chants De La Révolution Allemande. Most of these songs and speeches were taken from German radio stations after the war. Their joyous quality is frightening, when one thinks of the murder and destruction that followed.

Nazi songs were songs and marches created by the NSDAP. In modern Germany, the public singing or performing of songs exclusively associated with the NSDAP is now illegal. Some songs that are much older than the post-World War I National-Socialist movement, and which were used by the Nazi Party, are often confused with songs written for them. This observation applies above all to "Das Lied der Deutschen, ("The song of the Germans")" written in 1841.

Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany, is seen giving a speech to mass crowds in this footage from the 1930s at Festplatz, Tempelhof, Nr Berlin. Die Fahne hoch Horst Wessel Lied Musikzug der SS-Standarte 42 Alexander Heinz Flessburg. Nuremburg Sword Presented To Hitler (1938) British Pathé. In this footage from 1938, we see the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler accepting the 'Sword of Nuremberg' in front of other Nazi officials such as Joseph Goebbels and. Hitler In Vienna (1938) British Pathé. In this archive footage from 1938, Crowds gather around as Adolf Hitler rides in an open car through Vienna, Austria. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit:. German Fans sings "Sieg Heil" Germany vs Tschechien 0. 7.

Most of these songs and speeches were taken from German radio stations after the war. It must never happen again in the civilized world. html Нажмите правой клавишей мыши и выберите Копировать ссылку.

Regarding music, not only the Horst Wessel lied is banned, but also the Hitlerjugend anthem along with the whole Nazi repertoire, which included dozens of songs. Of course, all of this material can be used in historical textbooks or movies, and actually is very widely. The ban only applies to public display and distribution, which makes personal possession of these items legal. The law is however different in Austria, where stamps from the IIId Reich with Hitler’s face or swastikas can be found in antique shops, which would be illegal in Germany. Listening to banned songs is not forbidden per se, but it would be still illegal for any company to publish them. Internet changed the situation, as the site Volkslieder publishes the lyrics of all these songs, and midi file versions, but it is probably hosted abroad.

Adolf Hitler said in a speech: Wir sind uns im klaren, daß dieser Krieg ja nur damit enden könnte, daß entweder die germanischen Völker ausgerottet werden, oder das Judentum aus Europa verschwindet. Ich habe am 1. September 1939 im Deutschen Reichstag es schon ausgesprochen. Adolf Hitler wrote in Mein Kampf: Das furchtbarste Beispiel dieser Art bildet Rußland, wo er an dreißig Millionen Menschen in wahrhaft fanatischer Wildheit teilweise unter unmenschlichen Qualen tötete oder verhungern ließ, um einem Haufen jüdischer Literaten und Börsenbanditen die Herrschaft aber ein großes Volk zu sichern.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Adolf Hitler Speaks In Rome. 1937
Speech – Adolf Hitler
A2 The Crowd Cheer And Sing, "Deutschland Über Alles"
A3 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Die Fahne Hoch" (Horst Wessel Lied)
A4 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Heil Hitler Dir!"
A5 Paul Joseph Goebbels Introduces Adolf Hitler. 1934
Speech – Paul Joseph Goebbels*
B1 Adolf Hitler Speaks In Vienna. 1939
Speech – Adolf Hitler
B2 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Heil Deutschland"
B3 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Wenn Die S.S. Und Die S.A. Aufmarschiert"
B4 The Small Berlin School Children Sing, "Die Jugend Marschiert"
B5 The Defendents, (Goering, Hess, Von Ribbentrop, Etc.) Plead "Not Guilty" At The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial.

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Modern Graphics
  • Printed By – Ever Reddy
  • Manufactured By – Phonodisc Limited
  • Distributed By – Phonodisc Limited
  • Mastered At – Audio Matrix, Inc.

Credits

  • Narrator – Bill Forrest
  • Producer [Production Staged] – Mary Jo Devlin

Notes

[Ever Reddy logo] Printed in Canada (on front cover)
[Modern Graphics logo] Litho in Canada (on back cover)

A Kinor Release

Quote from the sleeve: Never before has this shocking material been heard in the United States. Most of these songs and speeches were taken from German radio stations after the war. Their joyous quality is frightening, when one thinks of the murder and destruction that followed. It must never happen again in the civilized world.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ARLP‒2445‒1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ARLP‒2445‒2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): LPA 2445A (EXM) AudioMatrix A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): LPA 2445B 5-5-66 X [Indecipherable mark 'ens'] AudioMatrix

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARLP-2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities ARLP-2445 Canada 1966
2445, LPA 2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities, Audio Rarities 2445, LPA 2445 US Unknown
ARLP-2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities ARLP-2445 US 1966
2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities 2445 US Unknown
AR-2445, LPA 2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp, RE) AFE, Audio Fidelity, AFE, Audio Fidelity AR-2445, LPA 2445 US Unknown


Various - Hitler's Inferno (In Words, In Music 1932-1945) (Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany) FLAC album
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Hitler's Inferno (In Words, In Music 1932-1945) (Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany)
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