Germany after World War One

Ben Kriegh

Hitler In Crowd

The history of Europe during the period prior to World War I is a muddle of wars, changing boundaries, and displaced peoples. By 1871, Bismarck had unified the Germanic Kingdoms and Duchys into a single state, called the Kingdom of Prussia. Some of the territory Bismarck incorporated into his Kingdom had long been in dispute, such as Alsace and Lorraine with France, Poznan (or Posen) and parts of Silesia with Poland, and portions of the Baltic coastal regions with Russia.

With the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany was compelled to cede Alsace and Lorraine to France, most of Poznan (except the city of Danzig) and West Prussia along with parts of Silesia to Poland, and portions of Lower Silesia and Saxony to Czechoslovakia. In the Baltic area, territory was given to Lithuania. Altogether, Germany lost about 25,000 square miles of territory and about 6,000,{000 in}habitants. More crippling to Germany was the loss of natural resou{rces in}cluded in those regions: iron ore, coal, zinc, lead, and potash.

The final blow to Germany was the imposition of over $25 billion in war reparations along with the stigma of responsibility for the war. (It has since been established that World War I was primarily the result of a comedy of errors, and that Germany was least responsible for the initiation of hostilities.)

Crippled by huge war reparations, the loss of their gold as backing for money, severe trade restrictions and the loss of much of their natural resources, the German people lived in economic hardship and became demoralized. Under the impetus of their despair, and with the stimulus provided by pornographers and sex merchants, most often Jews, life “was becoming a hothouse of sexual imagery and stimulation, threatening to engulf the whole culture in the suffocation perfume of modern eroticism …” By 1923, Berlin came to be known as the great Babylonian whore.

“What would be called permissiveness burst out on a scale . . . never known before. Pimps and prostitutes paraded day and night, proclaiming the eruption of the underworld to the surface. Male prostitutes fathered with transvestites and homosexuals of every shade and variety. The spread and open display of homosexuality seemed to many another alarming symptom of degeneracy of the times. Hawkers elbowed each other offering dope, pornography, women, heroin and cocaine.”

“Virginity had lost its value and became a joke. Wife swapping was. . . prevalent in high society, and the spread of lesbianism was acknowledged as a contributing cause of the skyrocketing divorce statistics. Women, for the first time, were demanding the ‘right to one’s own body,’ and the number of abortions soared.1

With the hyperinflation of 1923, conditions continued to deteriorate economically. In the country, thousands of farmers lost their farms to the moneylenders. People in the cities had to rummage through garbage cans to find something to eat. The problem grew worse as the displaced farmers went into the cities looking for work.

The growing degenerate life in Germany was the result of economic stagnation and apparent hopelessness of the future outlook. While millions of native Germans went hungry, the beneficiaries of foreclosures lived in relative luxury, Most of the moneylenders were Jews, and thus it was that many Germans built up a resentment toward them. Rather than help the people solve their problems, Jewish pornographers and moneylenders simply took advantage of the situation.

Meanwhile on the political front, the Communists, fresh from their victory in Russia, were making strong inroads on the minds of the German people. The government of the Weimar Republic, supposedly a democratic government, could do little to stem the economic decline, which culminated in the great depression, When the Communists could not win over the minds of the people with their rhetoric, they resorted to terror tactics. They literally used brute force on anyone who dared to oppose them.

Terrorism was the trademark of the Communists in Russia. During the period when they seized power and afterward, they murdered over 15 million people, mostly the educated White Russians of Germanic stock, and millions of German peasants in the Ukraine, (Catherine the Great had opened up vast areas of the Ukraine, north of the Caspian Sea, to settlement to Germans, in an effort to develop an agricultural base for Russia. In return for their energetic development of agriculture, Catherine gave the German settlers permanent title to the lands they settled. The Communists, of course, took the land away by force.)

When the Communists succeeded in Russia, they began to work on other countries. In Hungary, Bela Kun (Cohen) led a Communist attempt at a coup, but was killed. In Germany, Rosa Luxemburg (also Jewish) led extensive Communist uprisings and terrorist activities. As the economic crisis deepened, the Communists began to gain ground. Many Germans were alarmed that they might actually succeed in taking over the government. The better educated Germans and those in leadership positions naturally feared what might happen to themselves, having seen their counterparts murdered in Russia.

In the midst of the turmoil, one man emerged as having the ability to beat the Communists at their own game – Adolf Hitler. To combat their terrorist tactics, Hitler had to organize a defensive force – his “brownshirts” who became known as his “Stormtroops.” There were frequent battles in the streets between the two opposing forces, and, not infrequently, there was loss of life.

We in America have never had to contend with such activities. Hence we might look down our noses at Hitler’s techniques in combatting terrorism. Yet, what alternative was there?


The effects of the depression, which began in earnest in 1931, was felt in every country of the civilized world. In England and the United States, the Depression was used as an excuse to impose socialist “solutions” for economic and social problems, but these so-called “solutions” did not really work. Unemployment remained high in Britain, France and the United States all through the 1930’s. In 1932, in the United States, unemployment was about 20 million. By 1939, it still hovered around the 17 million mark, in spite of President Roosevelt’s WPA, PWA, and NRA (the NRA was later declared unconstitutional).

In the United States, several socialist measures had been put firmly into place, such as social security, unemployment insurance, and the graduated income tax, a planck in the Communist Manifesto. The means for making the United States into a welfare state had been put into place.

On the other hand, in Germany, strange to say, the picture was entirely different. Although Hitler was able to capture his audiences with his oratory, many Germans felt that he was too much of “hooligan” to be a leader of their country. Yet, he was the only person who showed enough strength to stop Communism. It was this fact that finally led to his becoming Chancellor of Germany in January of 1933. Without Hitler, Germany would have been taken over by the Communists within the year.

When Hitler came to power, he immediately undertook to establish the economic program that had been worked out by an engineer named Gottfried Feder. The issuance of money was taken away from the international banking fraternity and put into the hands of the government, where it belonged in the first place. Although Germany had no gold to serve as “backing” for paper money, they developed a stable currency based on the productive capacity of the German people. By 1935, this action had given Germany a thriving economy. Unemployment was reduced from 8 million in 1933 to 2 million by 1935 and to less than 400,000 by 1938.

It was this miraculous economic recovery, based on debt-free money, that alarmed the international banking clique. As early as July, 1933, an International Jewish Boycott Conference (New York Times, 7 August 1933) was held in Amsterdam to devise ways and means to bring Germany down. Samuel Untermeyer presided over the conference, and was elected President of the World Jewish Economic Federation. He described the planned move against Germany as “a holy war …” From that moment on, war – both, economic and military – was planned against Germany!

It began openly with a violent anti-German propaganda campaign.


Under Hitler, Germany had broken the bonds of Jewish financial and economic tyranny. Germany’s example was a cause for great concern and alarm among the international financiers because other countries might well follow Germany’s example and cast the moneychangers from the temples.

To explain Germany’s great economic recovery, the people of the United States were bombarded by stories of Germany’s growing military might. Her economic recovery was due to Germany building up a gigantic war machine with which she intended to conquer the world. This was the first Great Lie!

In 1959, Harvard University Press published a book by Professor Burton Klein under the title of Germany’s Economic Preparations for War. There, Professor Klein concluded that “the general picture of the German war economy emerging from this study is not that of a nation geared to . . . war” (page 235). On page 15, Professor Klein writes, “Thus, inspection of Germany’s pattern of investment shows that there was no pronounced concentration of investment in those activities associated with economic preparations for war.”

Even then, the rearmament program adopted by Germany, which began in the summer of 1936, was “influenced by German intelligence reports which placed the strength of the Russian army at nearly four million. Such ‘Bolshevik’ superiority was greatly feared.” (op. cit., page 18).

Again, on page 18 of his book, Professor Klein quotes from one of Hitler’s memoranda: “It will be Germany’s task to defend Europe against Bolshevism. . . . the world is drifting with ever increasing speed into a new conflict, whose most extreme solution is called Bolshevism. One has to compare the Red Army as it really is today with the assumptions of the military ten or fifteen years ago to gauge the dangerous extent of this development. Germany will have to be considered as the focal point of the Occidental world against Bolshevik attack.”

From another source, Carroll Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope, (Macmillan, 1966; page 622), we find that “From 1936 to the outbreak of war in 1939, German aircraft production was not raised, but averaged 425 planes a month of all types (including commercial). Its tank production was low, and even in 1939 was less than Britain’s.” “Britain produced . . . . about 8000 [military planes] in 1939 compared to 4733 [produced in Germany]” (page 623).

Thus, it becomes clear that Germany was not a nation gearing up for war. And, whatever war preparations were made, were made out of concern over the growing Bolshevik menace in the east.

In fact, the lie is even more ominous than has been revealed thus far. Secretary of Defense James Forrestal recorded in his The Forrestal Diaries (Viking Press, New York, 1951; pp. 121-122), that Prime Minister Chamberlain “stated that American and the World Jews had forced England into the War.”


We have always been told that Hitler Germany planned, and attempted to carry out, world conquest by means of war. As we have seen, this was another Great Lie. In case you still have doubts, read what the leading British historian of his day, A. J. P. Taylor wrote in The Origins of the Second World War (Fawcett Books, 1961; available from Liberty Bell Publications). Professor Harry Elmer Barnes, one of the leading historians in the United States, wrote an analysis of Professor Taylor’s book entitled Blasting the Historical Blackout (available from Liberty Bell Publications). Professor Barnes sums up his analysis this way: “The vital core of this volume [The Origins of the Second World War] is the contention that Hitler did not wish a war, either local, European, or world, from March 1933, right down into September, 1939. His only fundamental aim in foreign policy was to revise the unfair and unjust Treaty of Versailles, and to do this by peaceful methods.”

Then, how come Hitler took over Austria? We have been brainwashed into believing that Austria was taken over by force, another of the Great Lies! What are the facts?

A National Socialist movement had developed in Austria, and by 1938, most Austrians wanted to be part of Germany. They were therefore actively agitating for an Anschluss. Of course, there was some resistance to this movement, led by the Chancellor of Austria, Schuschnigg, who did not have the popular support of the people.

In The Origins of the Second World War, Professor Taylor writes, “The crisis of March, 1938, was provoked by Schuschnigg, not by Hitler. There had been no German preparations, military or diplomatic . . . He [Hitler] had planned to absorb Austria imperceptibly, so that no one could tell when it ceased to be independent . . . he would use democratic methods …”

To sum up what had happened, Schuschnigg had suddenly called for a plebiscite to ask the Austrian people if they wished to remain independent. It was put in such a way as to anger Austrian National Socialists. It was represented as a choice between German nationalism and Austrian independence. Schuschnigg lost the support of everyone involved, including the British. He resigned even before the date of the scheduled plebiscite. Confusion reigned supreme in the Austrian government. Dr. Seyss-Inquart took over as Chancellor and sent a telegram to Hitler asking for troops to maintain order. Hitler was caught by surprise. There was no preparation for an “invasion” of Austria, But, he ordered the troops stationed along the border to enter Austria to maintain order.

The entire spectacle was more like a carnival. The German troops marched in and were cheered on enthusiastically by the Austrian population, But the German forces were not prepared for any kind of action, and 70% of their vehicles broke down on the road to Vienna. Hitler, too, entered Austria with his troops, addressing the excited crowds along the way. The plebiscite, scheduled for March 12, was turned into a vote for Anschluss with Germany. On 10 April, 99.08% of the people voted in favor of a union with Germany.

And we were told Germany took over Austria by force – another Great Lie!


Czechoslovakia, a state of diverse nationalities, was made up of Czechs, Slovaks, Hungarians, Ruthenians, and Germans. It was created by the infamous Treaty of Versailles. The three million Germans, living mostly in the Sudetenlands, had been part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire before World War I. Many of them wished to join the German Reich, and after the Austrian Anschluss, they began a national movement for the purpose of achieving reunification with Germany. “Hitler had not created this movement. It was waiting for him . . .”, wrote A. J. P. Taylor on page 147 of his book.

There was, in fact, little danger of Germany attempting to take Czechoslovakia by force at that time because the Czechs were better armed than Germany.

“At the time of the Munich crisis in 1938 (September 29), Germany had 35 infantry divisions, and 4 motorized divisions, none of them fully manned or equipped. At that time Czechoslovakia could mobilize at least 33 divisions. Moreover, the Czech army was better trained, had far better equipment, and had better morale and better fortifications. At that time, Germany ’s tanks were all below 10 tons and were armed with machine guns except for a handful of 18 ton tanks armed with a 37mm gun. The Czechs had hundreds of 38 ton tanks armed with 75mm cannon” (Tragedy and Hope, page 622).

While there is little doubt that Hitler wanted to unify the Germanic peoples, he had not even developed a plan for incorporating the Sudeten Germans into the Reich. A. J. P. Taylor, on page 156 of his book, observes that “Thus, at the end of April, 1938, the problem of the Germans within Czechoslovakia ceased to be a dispute between the Sudeten Germans and the Czechoslovakian government; it even ceased to be, or rather never became a dispute between Czechoslovakia and Germany.” It was the British and French governments “who came forward as principals; and their object, however disguised, was to exact concessions from the Czechs.” Was this part of a plan, as Professor David Hoggan suggests in The Myth of the New History (pp. 4-5), to set Germany up as a scapegoat for World War II?

After much maneuvering and delay, President Benes of Czechoslovakia finally agreed to cede the Sudetenlands to Germany. While the news media played up the Munich conference, at which the agreement was formalized, as a sell-out to Hitler and a policy of appeasement (another Great Lie, because Hitler had demanded nothing from Czechoslovakia), the conference was actually a triumph of British diplomacy, for it was not Hitler who had created the Sudeten crisis but it was the Sudeten Germans themselves. That the British resolved the crisis without civil war in Czechoslovakia was to their credit, according to Professor A. J. P. Taylor.

When the problems arising with Czechoslovakia had been resolved through British diplomacy, European leaders breathed a sigh of relief. On the surface, at least, it appeared there would be no further cause for anxiety, except perhaps in Poland. Neville Chamberlain said, as a result of the negotiations at the Munich Conference, “I believe that it is peace for our time.” Hitler declared, “I have no territorial demands to make in Europe.” Although Hitler lived up to his pledge, the American press used this statement against him in their propaganda campaign against Germany.

However, subsequent events provided the warmongers in the United States and Britain fuel for the fire they seemed determined to start. We have always been told that Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia and took it over by force. That is another of the Great Lies we have been fed. Here is what really happened.

After the Sudetenland was ceded to Germany, the internal political stability of Czechoslovakia was drastically weakened. Hungary was making threatening gestures toward taking over those portions of Slovakia which had once been part of Hungary. The Slovaks, on the other hand, had never been accepted as equals in the Czechoslovakian government. A nationalistic movement was developing among them to set up their own independent state. Yet, if they made this move, Hungary would take them over by force. It was only the Czechoslovakian military power that kept Hungary at bay. In addition, the Czechs were prepared to move in militarily if the Slovaks tried to declare their independence.

In order to forestall military action by either the Czechs or the Hungarians, Hitler was forced to make a move he did not wish to make. With an appeal by the Slovaks for protection, Hitler recognized Slovakian independence and accepted them as a protectorate, a move which was designed to forestall military action by the Czechs and the Hungarians.

Hitler had not provoked the movement for Slovakian autonomy. “Once again, Hitler was taken by surprise. The new crisis caught him unawares” (A. J. P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, pp. 195-201). Thus, Hitler’s actions in this crisis were taken to preserve the peace.

After the Munich Conference, Benes had resigned as president of Czechoslovakia, and a lawyer, Hacha, who was not a politician, became president. With the establishment of Slovakia as an independent state, Hacha was bewildered and uncertain as to what course of action he should take. Finally he asked for a conference with Hitler, and asked that Bohemia, the Czech part of Czechoslovakia, be set up as a protectorate of the German Reich. This was accomplished on March 15, 1939, and the German army was moved in to maintain order.

Thus, Czechoslovakia was not taken over by force or invaded: it was taken over, at the invitation of its leaders, as a protectorate.

Although Hitler occupied Prague only when events left him no other choice, the world was led to believe that the disintegration of Czechoslovakia was accomplished by design. Politically, Hitler gained little. In fact, in the United States, the Czechoslovakian situation only gave new fuel to the propagandistic fires against him.

However, militarily, Germany gained a great deal. She acquired over 450 superior tanks, 1500 military aircraft, hundreds of vehicles, and thousands of guns. Remember that the Czechoslovakian army was much better equipped at that time than was the German army. Again, the propagandists had a field day about Germany’s growing military might.


By the early part of 1939, relations between Germany and Poland had become so strained that neither side wished to negotiate with the other. The bone of conention, as in Austria and the Sudetenland, was created by the Germans living in Danzig and substantial portions of the Polish Corridor that had once been part of Germany.

By 1939, the people of Danzig had formed their own National Socialist party and, politically, were in firm control of the city. They wished to again become part of the German Reich, as did many of the German farmers living in the corridor regions. The Poles repeatedly used brutal and ruthless methods against these people to suppress them. Many were driven off their land and murdered in cold blood.

In an effort to relieve the tension, Hitler sought to have Danzig returned to Germany and to have the Poles grant a railroad and highway across the corridor to link Prussia with the rest of Germany. These requests were actually much more moderate than the demands made upon Poland by the leaders of the Weimar Republic. In return, Hitler offered to guarantee the borders of Poland who had become greatly concerned about Soviet Russia’s intentions.

Joseph Beck, the Polish Foreign Minister, his back stiffened by British and French promises of support in the event of a German attack, was very obstinate and refused to negotiate with Germany on the Danzig and the Corridor problem. For several months the British acted as a go-between in an alleged effort to establish negotiations between the two countries to resolve the issues without going to war over them. As a result of the publicity given by the press to the efforts to reach an understanding, Neville Henderson, the British diplomat acting as the go-between, was moved to write, “History will judge the press generally to have been the cause of the war … Of all Germans, believe it or not, Hitler is the most moderate so far as Danzig and the Corridor are concerned.”

A. J. P. Taylor and other historians have made it clear that Hitler did not want a war with Poland, rather, he wished a permanent and peaceful settlement. Remember, the crisis was caused, not by demands made by Hitler, but by the people involved.

Studies made by several historians since World War II have revealed that while Hitler was attempting to negotiate in good faith, the English were trying to bait him through Joseph Beck, the Polish Foreign Minister. Professor David Hoggan writes in The Myth of the New History (pp. 4-5), that “Halifax [the British Foreign Secretary] conducted a single-minded campaign to plunge Germany into war, and in such a way as to make Germany appear to be the guilty party. . . . Poland was the pawn in the game . . . It was for . . . British prestige, and not because of any military threat to Britain, that millions were destined to die in Europe and throughout the world. The documentary record has long since revealed that in 1939 it was Hitler’s utmost desire to enjoy peaceful and friendly relations, and if possible even alliances, with both Great Britain and Poland.”

On page 25 of Professor Barnes’ Blasting the Historical Blackout we read, “Both Chamberlain and Halifax falsified their reports of Hitler’s favorable reaction to a proposed international conference on September 2nd which still might have stopped the German-Polish war and prevented the European war.” Professor Barnes also states on page 20 that “President Roosevelt apparently desired to have the European war break out as soon as possible, pressed Chamberlain to go ahead, and encouraged Polish arrogance and stubbornness.”

In spite of the provocations and intrigue, it was not necessary that Hitler invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. He apparently felt that he had been maneuvered into a position from which he could not extricate himself in any other way. The German population of Danzig and the Corridor were being mistreated by the Poles. Russian intrigue in the east were a definite cause for concern. Had Hitler been sufficiently patient, he might have avoided actual conflict with the Poles, although their stubbornness may not have changed. Even after the invasion Hitler agreed to meet on 3 September to put an end to the fighting – but the Poles refused.

Even so, the German-Polish conflict need not have led to a wider conflict, which was ultimately brought about by Britain, with the constant urging of President Roosevelt.

Lord Halifax, in Britain, was perhaps the main instigator of British hostility. He was a member of The Round Table, the British counterpart of the Council on Foreign Relations in the United States, both of which represented the international financial interests. President Roosevelt himself was surrounded by CFR members such as Averell Harriman, Felix Frankfurter, Owen Lattimore, Henry Morgenthau, and Bernard Baruch.

Thus, it was these “advisors,” in both countries representing the three militant forces, international finance, Zionism, and Communism, who were responsible for the outbreak of a full fledged world war. Hitler merely provided a convenient excuse for initiating the war.


We have always been told that Germany wanted to “conquer the world.” In view of the facts about German rearmament available to us, this contention is absurd. Why, then, did Hitler choose to risk a two-front war and attack Russia at dawn on June 22, 1941?

Unreported in the American press were the following facts.

1. In June, 1940, the Soviet Union violated their non-aggression pact with Germany by seizing the Bukovina province and part of Moldavia province in northern Roumania, which were beyond the line of demarcation for Soviet claims accepted by the Germans at Moscow. These seizures gave Russia a direct line of access to Roumanian oil fields which were the source of fuel for the German armies.

2. In March, 1941, Communists, supported by the Soviet Union, overthrew the legal government of Yugoslavia.

3. In 1940, while Germany was fighting France and England, the Soviet Union began a massive build-up of troops and tanks along their borders nearest Germany.

4. There were renewed Soviet threats against Finland after their victory over Finland in March, 1940. This was a threat to Germany’s supply of iron ore from Sweden.

5. The Soviet Union made proposals to establish their control throughout the Balkans and in Turkey.

6. On May 5, 1941, Stalin made two speeches at a Kremlin banquet for a large graduating class of staff officers. The party eventually evolved into a wild drunken orgy at which some very indiscreet remarks were made by Stalin. The information was passed on to the Germans by agents in the Kremlin, and were later confirmed during the interrogation of two Russian generals and a major captured by the Germans.

The substance of Stalin’s remarks was that the non-aggression pact he had made with von Ribbentrop in August, 1939, was “just camouflage.” Now that Russia had acquired all the territory possible by diplomatic means (the eastern half of Poland, Finno-Karelia, Bessarabia, Ruthenia, Bukovina, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), it was time to get the Russian people ready for war. Only by war could more territory be gained. Russian armament was so satisfactory that a war against Germany could begin any time within the next two months.

This news alarmed Hitler. He had no desire to fight a war on two fronts. There is reason to believe that Rudolf Hess’s flight to Britain on 10 May 1941 was motivated by this news and that he was seeking an alliance between Germany and Great Britain to protect Europe from conquest by Russia. Unfortunately, his mission failed – and Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, to this day remains incarcerated in Spandau prison.

With the failure of the Hess mission to Britain, Germany was left to face Russia alone. The outlook was, indeed, grim for Germany, because of Russia’s overwhelming superiority in numbers. German intelligence had revealed that the Russians had been building up massive forces along their border. By 21 June 1941, the Soviets had over 4.7 million men in 230 divisions, and more than 10,000 military aircraft at the front. They had about 40,000 tanks, including large numbers of the excellent T-34 (“Stalin”) tank, poised for attack.

Germany had to build up her forces rapidly as a protective measure, and had 3 million men in 152 divisions supported by 1,500 war planes and about 10,000 tanks.

Based on German intelligence reports, it was clear that Russia was planning an invasion of Germany. Hitler felt that, under the circumstances, the only chance Germany had to withstand the onslaught was to attack first, hoping to catch the Soviets by surprise. The German high command felt that an attack was a great gamble, but that there was little choice in the matter.

Hitler did not order preparation for Operation Barbarossa until after a fateful November 1940 visit by Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov to Berlin carrying an ultimatum from Stalin. In his ultimatum, Stalin demanded that Germany

1. remain neutral while the Soviet army invaded Roumania,

2. abandon Finland and accept its incorporation into the USSR,

3. accept Soviet occupation of Bulgaria,

4. and approve Soviet military bases in the Dardanelles, thereby bringing Turkey under Soviet control.

With these facts in mind, ask yourself why, if we had considered the Communists as the real threat to world peace, did Britain, France, and finally the United States go to war against Germany? There can be only one reason – to save the Communist Empire, and to restore the international bankers to financial control in Europe.

The question is, whose interests have really been served by our involvement in World War II, and in all of the subsequent wars? The answer is clear when one has the facts before him. Our military might, and our sons have been used to further the aims of the international financial interests in establishing a One-world government under control of the two branches of the international finance mafia: Jewish Communism and Jewish Capitalism. The world headquarters for this government will eventually be in Israel.

If you don’t understand these matters now, then you can expect to see your children living in a Soviet-type controlled society, stripped of their freedoms, and working for their Jewish slave masters.


Even before the war started, we Americans were deluged with propaganda about how Hitler was going to conquer the world. We were often told then, and we are still reminded, that Hitler employed the art of the “Big Lie” in his own speeches. Today, the average uninformed American believes that Hitler was the originator of the “Big Lie” technique of propaganda.

WE have been the victims of some “Big Lies,” but those lies did not originate with the Germans. They originated within our own boundaries, through our own jew-controlled press and radio and, more recently, through the television media. That Hitler originated the “Big Lie” concept is another Big Lie!

What this particular lie illustrates is the basic technique of those who seek to control our minds. That technique is to attribute to someone else, who exposes the truth, the very method that the manipulator, the “psycho-warrior,” is using. Hitler has been credited with the “Big Lie” because he exposed the Jewish use of the same in Mein Kampf. Read for yourself:

“But it remained for the Jews, with their unqualified capacity for falsehood, and their fighting comrades, the Marxists, to impute responsibility for the downfall precisely to the man who alone had shown a superhuman will and energy in his effort to prevent the catastrophe which he had foreseen … By placing responsibility for the loss of the World War on the shoulders of Ludendorff they took away the weapon of moral right from the only adversary dangerous enough to be likely to succeed in bringing the betrayers of the Fatherland to justice. All this was inspired by the principle – which is quite true in itself – that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility, because the broad masses of a nation, in the primitive simplicity of their minds, more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.”

“From time immemorial, however, the Jews have known better than any others how falsehood and calumny can be exploited. . . . One of the great thinkers that mankind has produced has branded Jews for all time with a statement which is profoundly and exactly true. He [Schopenhauer] called the Jew ‘The Great Master of Lies.’”

There you have it! If the facts revealed in this article do not confirm the truth of these observations, so that even the most charitable and naive cannot see them, then, dear friends, we shall deserve the horrible fate which awaits our blindness. From this year, 1983, we do not have more than twenty years left. What are your children going to think?

To be continued.

SOURCE: Liberty Bell, October 1983

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1  From PUTSCH! by Richard Hanser, Pyramid Books, New York, 1970.

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