Landmark speeches of National Socialism
As historians have long noted, public oratory has seldom been as pivotal in generating and sustaining the vitality of a movement as it was during the rise and rule of the National Socialist Party, from 1919 to 1945. This title gathers thirteen key speeches of this historically significant movement.
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The Magic Force of the Spoken Word
Reestablishing the National Socialist
The Storm Is Coming 9 July 1932
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