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What Adolf Hitler said about Great Britain

Published on Aug 8, 2017 by Zonwending

Note that ‘Britain’ and ‘England’ are often interchanged, much in the same way that “the Netherlands’ and ‘Holland’ are in English.

Hitler’s obsession with establishing friendship between Germany and the United Kingdom is an often overlooked fact of history. It was probably one of his major goals as far as foreign policy was concerned, and many big decisions during the war were based on his hope that one day Churchill would be replaced with a different leader who would realise the threat of the Soviet Union and ally himself with Germany.

The Western Front was never something Hitler desired, and one he didn’t start. The peace offers made after France fell are either overlooked or seen in the wrong light, because they were quite generous. At the time most of the world believed Britain was about to get steamrolled, even many in Britain. Churchill spoke about fighting the Germans on land, in Britain, because that was seen as what the future might bring. Any other politician would likely have accepted the peace offer, which was the only way for Britain to keep its empire.

Sources used, in order:
– Mein Kampf – chapter 13, German foreign policy after the war, July 18, 1925
– Speech to the Reichstag, July 19, 1940
– Winterhelp opening speech, October 3, 1941
– Speech to the NSDAP’s oldest members, München

Music used, in order:
– Zack Hemsey – The Way
– Zack Hemsey – Waiting Between Worlds
– Zack Hemsey – The Way

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6 Responses to What Adolf Hitler said about Great Britain

  1. Hitler is the most misunderstood leader of all time.

    He fought in WWI and understood the horrors of war far better than Stalin or Churchill of Eisenhower. However, Germany was financially crippled by the Treaty of Versailles, and Poland was raping and murdering German civilians in East Prussia, which had been physically separated from Germany under that same vile treaty. So war with Poland was his only course of action.
    Here’s a map of Germany, Poland, East Prussia where Poles committed daily atrocities on the Germans trapped in East Prussia:

    Hitler tried numerous times to broker peace with England, under terms that should have been irresistible, and he even allowed the Brits to escape from Dunkirk, unmolested, as a sign of his good faith and desire for peace with England. Contrary to the popular movie in theaters, Hitler owned the sky with the over-matching Luftwaffe, but held them back, and he had the whole beachhead surrounded with his troops and tanks which had driven the British troops to the water’s edge, but held them in abeyance also, allowing fishing boats to make numerous trips, unhindered, to evacuate the stranded British troops that were sitting ducks

  2. Bud Fox says:

    I will have to search for this speech…I must know what he said regarding the “international enemy of the world” that was bleeped out and redacted in English, too…at 5:56. I can pretty-much guess…and he was absolutely RIGHT!!! The proof is that his statement was FRIGGIN’ BLEEPED OUT!! nearly 80 years later!!!!!! So, where did this film come from? Who produced/edited it? Winston Smith, again? LOL

  3. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “Hitler’s obsession with establishing friendship between Germany and the United Kingdom is an often overlooked fact of history.”

    Certainly not intentionally, I’m sure.

    “The Western Front was never something Hitler desired, and one he didn’t start.”

    No more than he was exterminating the jews. He ONLY wanted them the hell out of his country. There were NO ‘death camps’.

    • Hal Apeeno says:

      “Certainly not intentionally, I’m sure.”
      Thank you #1.
      factitious or factious. Both apply.
      I like dissension with attitude myself.
      All day, been fighting a FU attitude!
      Blessings brother. 🙂

      • # 1 NWO Hatr says:

        Some things I just have to laugh about or I’d go crazy, Hal.

        Well, crazier than I already am, at any rate. A certain level is to be expected… living outside the Matrix can do that to a person. 😉

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