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  1. Most of the speeches were taken from three books: Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945by Max Domarus, first published in German, then English translation by Mary Fran Gilbert and Chris Wilcox. A lot of its translations are taken directly from earlier sources as noted on p.551: Early sources for Hitler's speeches in English translation mainly for the years up to 1939: Norman H. Baynes, The Speeches of Adolf Hitler, 1922–1939 (2 vols., oxford, 1942); Gordon W. Prange, Hitler's ...

  2. HITLER 1924 SPEECH AT MUNICH TRIAL - EXCERPTS. SPEECH ON ENABLING ACT 1933. March 23, 1933. SPEECHES ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF COMING TO POWER. January 30, 1937 English January 30, 1937 German. 1938: Speech was skipped due to turmoil in government caused by replacement of Defense and Foreign Ministers. January 30, 1939 English January 30, 1939 German

  3. Adolf Hitler Speech. January 30, 1939. Editor's note: We believe this is the only complete English text of this speech on the internet. All others we have seen are incomplete and(or) full of errors. Section headings and bold print have been placed in this document by the WFF.

  4. A collection of Hitler's speeches with English subtitles. ... An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon.

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  6. C. Speech in Austria, April 9, 1938 To justify the annexation of Austria, Hitler called for a public vote on whether the unification should stand. This is an excerpt from a speech he gave on April 9, 1938, the day before the vote. As Hitler points out in his speech, he himself was born, and grew up, in Austria.

  7. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler is seen giving a speech in Essen, Germany at the Krupp Factory 3 years before World War II broke out in this archive footage from 19...

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