Literary Analysis Of Literature: Hitler's Speeches

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Literature: Hitler’s Speeches Hitler: Deranged Genius. This mastermind was behind Nazi Germany’s spectacular rise and fall to power, but what is within the mind of this madman? One could look at his equally cunning and ruthless associates, or his actions in the course of the Second Great War. Yet what if there was an easier way to look at the man: his own words. The choice of speech rest on this one: “. . . THERE are two things which can unite men: common ideals and common criminality. We have inscribed upon our banner the great Germanic ideal and for that ideal we will fight to the last drop of our blood. We National Socialists have realized that from the international cesspool of infamy, from the Berlin of today, nothing can come to save the Fatherland. We know that two things alone will save us: first, the end of internal corruption, the cleansing out of all those who owe their existence simply to the protection of their party comrades. Through the most brutal ruthlessness towards all party officials we must restore our finances. It must be proved that the official is not a party man, but a specialist! The body of German officials must once more become what once it was. But the second and the most important point is that the day must come when a German government shall summon up the courage to declare to the Foreign Powers: 'The Treaty of Versailles is founded on a monstrous lie. We refuse to carry out its terms any longer. Do what you will! If you wish for war, go and

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