New! Adolf Hitler's September 1938 speech on Czechoslovakia and Benes

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-02-03 00:44

Prime minister Neville Chamberlain shakes hands with Führer Adolf Hitler on Sept. 29, 1938 at Munich Conference on Czechoslovakia.

I have added this powerful speech by Hitler to the page of "Führer Speeches". It comes courtesy of Carlos Porter. Hitler goes over the background of the long years of persecution of ethnic Germans in the Sudetenland under President Benes and makes the case for why German patience is at an end. The inevitable breakdown of Czechoslovakia becomes understandable. -cy

"BLESSED ARE THE PEACE-MAKERS": ADOLF HITLER

COMPLETE HITLER SPEECH 26 SEPTEMBER 1938 ON CZECHOSLOVAKIA, SPORTPALAST, BERLIN

Translated by Carlos Whitlock Porter
With note from David L. Hoggan

First published at www.cwporter.com/blessed.htm 

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I find that hand shake by Chamberlain a bit odd. Freemasonry ? It was NOT a natural hand shake IMO>

The whole photo looks like it's been retouched, including the hands. Newspapers did some pretty sloppy work in those days. Could that be it?

Here's the source photo -- http://iranvajahan.net/en/iran/the-fatal-flaw-of-obamas-appeasement-of-iran/ -- you can see how much drawing and artwork was added; the outlining of Chamberlain's forehead, for example, and the strange shadows drawn on his coat. The artist lost one of Chamberlain's fingers! Well, looks like his pinkie is covered by Hitler's fingertips.

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