By Brian L. Davis Osprey
In his e-book Mein Kampf Adolf Hitler claims that he made the choice to exploit the swastika because the logo for his fledgling flow. He was once accountable for the form the swastika ultimately took, and for the alternative of colors used, which set the trend for all next flags. during this 3rd of a sequence of texts [MAA 270 & MAA 274], Brian L. Davis investigates the flags of the 3rd Reich social gathering and police devices, in a textual content complemented by means of a variety of modern photos, and 8 complete web page color plates by way of Malcolm McGregor.
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The blanket is short and everyone tries to pull as much as possible over to his side. Â . Â . Â . demands production. We have the job not only of raising production in the occupied Eastern territories, but of raising it considerably. Â . Â . Â . the workers were brought to the railroad station to the accompaniment of music as they departed for their assignments in Germany. Â . Â . Â . I know of course that if you bring one and a half million people to work, you cannot take care of them beautifully.
80 Rosenberg never changed after 1918. In May, 1945, he told his British captors that what went wrong with the Nazi State was due to the machinations of the Himmlers and Bormanns; that he believed the ideas of National Socialism to be as sound as ever; that the organization simply had not been up to the ideas. 81 Despite his mystical devotion to the Fuehrer, Rosenberg had been sorely tried by the pact with the Soviet Union. " The attempt of the English and French to win a Soviet ∗ This was a widely quoted Rosenbergian dogma: "The myth has to be experienced and not merely understood" (see Harry Griessdorff, Unsere Weltanschauung [Berlin: Nordland Verlag, 1941], p.
27. Schwerin von Krosigk, op. , p. 241. 28.
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