Thursday, January 4, 2018

GERMANY UNGER HITLER'S INITIAL RULE

                            A 1938 poster released by the Reichsministry of Public Enlightenment in honor of the Anschluss (unification of Austria and Germany) which occurred just days prior to its publication. It contains the new borders of the unified state and the the famous words "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer!" ("One People, One Empire, One Leader!"), which was the compelling slogan used by the populations of both nations in the campaign to unify the two ethnic-German countries.
  • Adolf Hitler wanted to create a 1,000 year Reich and planned to use his specially-reared Master Race 
  • After coming to power in 1933, Hitler began his attempt of seizing control of every aspect of German life
  • Within a few years, every German child was expected to join the Hitler Youth or the League of German Girls
  • Children were routinely drilled and taught military skills while girls were told to focus on becoming mothers
Skipping, waving flags and playing games. At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking these smiling children were engaging in some of the most wholesome activities of childhood.
But a closer inspection of the photographs reveals that they were actually being indoctrinated as Nazis.

These women belonged to the League of German Girls - the
        female wing of the Hitler Youth. The women were indoctrinated in
        Nazi philosophy and their main aim in life was to become a
        mother and rear perfect children to secure the future of the
        1,000-year Reich. By 1939 all young girls had to become members
        of the group as long as they were 'racially pure' 
These women belonged to the League of German Girls - the female wing of the Hitler Youth. The women were indoctrinated in Nazi philosophy and their main aim in life was to become a mother and rear perfect children to secure the future of the 1,000-year Reich. By 1939 all young girls had to become members of the group as long as they were 'racially pure' 
From 1935, all young men, aged between 18 and 25 had to
        complete six months training with the Reich's Labour Service -
        which was essentially a form of military training. Those
        involved were employed on major public infrastructure projects
        where they received pocket money - but no pay. Works completed
        by the labour service included the new autobahns
From 1935, all young men, aged between 18 and 25 had to complete six months training with the Reich's Labour Service - which was essentially a form of military training. Those involved were employed on major public infrastructure projects where they received pocket money - but no pay. Works completed by the labour service included the new autobahn

The Hitler Youth was established in 1925 and its
          membership was 108,000 by the end of 1932. However, the
          passing of the Hitler Youth Act in 1936 made it incredibly
          difficult for children to avoid joining the organisation, with
          parents suffering at work. Unsurprisingly, by 1939, membership
          was 8 million where the children were indoctrinated into Nazi
          party 

The Hitler Youth was established in 1925 and its membership was 108,000 by the end of 1932. However, the passing of the Hitler Youth Act in 1936 made it incredibly difficult for children to avoid joining the organisation, with parents suffering at work. Unsurprisingly, by 1939, membership was 8 million where the children were indoctrinated into Nazi party

 
German children were indoctrinated on a daily basis and
            forced to raise their arms and chant 'Heil Hitler'. Teachers
            were forced to join the Nazi Party or face suspicion that
            they were opposed to the regime 

German children were indoctrinated on a daily basis and forced to raise their arms and chant 'Heil Hitler'. Teachers were forced to join the Nazi Party or face suspicion that they were opposed to the regime

These children are being evacuated from Berlin in
              1940 over fears they would be killed in bombing raids by
              the RAF. The Nazis initially evacuated children from
              Berlin and Hamburg, but as the war continued, other areas
              were also evacuated. In some cases mothers with young
              children were also evacuated so they would remain safe
              from the intensive bombing 

These children are being evacuated from Berlin in 1940 over fears they would be killed in bombing raids by the RAF. The Nazis initially evacuated children from Berlin and Hamburg, but as the war continued, other areas were also evacuated. In some cases mothers with young children were also evacuated so they would remain safe from the intensive bombing

Members of the League of German Girls, pictured,
                received political indoctrination but did not receive
                any academic training as the regime saw their primary
                purpose as becoming mothers to create Hitler's idea of a
                'master race' 

Members of the League of German Girls, pictured, received political indoctrination but did not receive any academic training as the regime saw their primary purpose as becoming mothers to create Hitler's idea of a 'master race'

These young children are buying a frozen ice
                  cream from a street vendor in Berlin in 1934

These young children are buying a frozen ice cream from a street vendor in Berlin in 1934


These members of the SA - the original internal
                    police force of the Nazi Party - until they were
                    brutally replaced by Heinrich Himmler's SS - along
                    with a boy in the Hitler Youth are holding a
                    demonstration outside a church in Berlin on July 23,
                    1933, a week after he abolished all opposition
                    political parties having earlier scrapped Trades
                    Unions 

These members of the SA - the original internal police force of the Nazi Party - until they were brutally replaced by Heinrich Himmler's SS - along with a boy in the Hitler Youth are holding a demonstration outside a church in Berlin on July 23, 1933, a week after he abolished all opposition political parties having earlier scrapped Trades Unions

These Hitler Youth boys wearing gas masks in 1933 are being indoctrinated into the Nazi Party. The Hitler Youth's main focus was dramatically expanding the size of the army, teaching youngsters how to shoot, march, and read a map - all skills which are needed by soldiers - however, by late 1944 and early 1945 Hitler Youth was involved in the defence of Berlin

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Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on FacebookThese Hitler Youth boys wearing gas masks in
                      1933 are being indoctrinated into the Nazi Party.
                      The Hitler Youth's main focus was dramatically
                      expanding the size of the army, teaching
                      youngsters how to shoot, march, and read a map -
                      all skills which are needed by soldiers - however,
                      by late 1944 and early 1945 Hitler Youth was
                      involved in the defence of Berlin

These Hitler Youth boys wearing gas masks in 1933 are being indoctrinated into the Nazi Party. The Hitler Youth's main focus was dramatically expanding the size of the army, teaching youngsters how to shoot, march, and read a map - all skills which are needed by soldiers - however, by late 1944 and early 1945 Hitler Youth was involved in the defence of Berlin


These children are part of the Lebensborn
                        Program - where parents deemed to be racially
                        pure - were selected to create the 'master race'
                        of blond hair, blue eyed children to form the
                        backbone of the thousand year Reich. The scheme
                        was developed by Heinrich Himmler and saw 8,000
                        children born in Germany and a further 12,000 in
                        Norway in special maternity units 

These children are part of the Lebensborn Program - where parents deemed to be racially pure - were selected to create the 'master race' of blond hair, blue eyed children to form the backbone of the thousand year Reich. The scheme was developed by Heinrich Himmler and saw 8,000 children born in Germany and a further 12,000 in Norway in special maternity units


Members of the Hitler Youth wore
                        military-style uniforms. Hitler told the
                        Nuremberg Rally in 1935: 'In our eyes the German
                        boy of the future must be slender and supple,
                        swift as greyhounds, tough as leather and hard
                        as Krupp steel. We must bring up a new type of
                        human being, men and girls who are disciplined
                        and healthy to the core. We have undertaken to
                        give the German people an education that begins
                        already in youth and will never come to an
                        end... Nobody will be able to say that he has a
                        time in which he is left entirely alone to
                        himself'

Members of the Hitler Youth wore military-style uniforms. Hitler told the Nuremberg Rally in 1935: 'In our eyes the German boy of the future must be slender and supple, swift as greyhounds, tough as leather and hard as Krupp steel. We must bring up a new type of human being, men and girls who are disciplined and healthy to the core. We have undertaken to give the German people an education that begins already in youth and will never come to an end... Nobody will be able to say that he has a time in which he is left entirely alone to himself'


In October 1940, this photograph of a
                          school in the Silesia region of Poland, shows
                          a teacher wearing a Nazi uniform. The school
                          curriculum changed dramatically after Hitler
                          came to power, focusing on racial biology and
                          population policy 

In October 1940, this photograph of a school in the Silesia region of Poland, shows a teacher wearing a Nazi uniform. The school curriculum changed dramatically after Hitler came to power, focusing on racial biology and population polic


These two SS men are at the christening of
                        a baby in 1936, three years before the start of
                        the Second World War. The SS were Hitler's
                        personal bodyguard and were under the command of
                        Heinrich Himmler. The SS replaced the SA as the
                        party's police

These two SS men are at the christening of a baby in 1936, three years before the start of the Second World War. The SS were Hitler's personal bodyguard and were under the command of Heinrich Himmler. The SS replaced the SA as the party's police

Reich Bishop Ludwig Muller, pictured in
                        Berlin Cathedral in September 1934, was an early
                        supporter of the Nazi Party. He attempted to
                        combine elements of Christianity with Nazi
                        philosophy, including the claim that Jesus was
                        an Aryan 
Reich Bishop Ludwig Muller, pictured in Berlin Cathedral in September 1934, was an early supporter of the Nazi Party. He attempted to combine elements of Christianity with Nazi philosophy, including the claim that Jesus was an Aryan

The Hitler Youth spent a great deal of
                          time camping as it was seen as a great
                          preparation for military life, as well as
                          giving the boys many of the skills required
                          for soldiering and developing a fanatical
                          loyalty to the regime and Adolf Hitler 
The Hitler Youth spent a great deal of time camping as it was seen as a great preparation for military life, as well as giving the boys many of the skills required for soldiering and developing a fanatical loyalty to the regime and Adolf Hitler
 
This newly married couple are
                            inspecting their rings at an unspecified
                            location in 1944. Eventually, all newlyweds
                            received a copy of Hitler's book Mein Kampf
                            as well as all soldiers heading to the front
                            - which made the Fuhrer incredibly wealthy
This newly married couple are inspecting their rings at an unspecified location in 1944. Eventually, all newlyweds received a copy of Hitler's book Mein Kampf as well as all soldiers heading to the front - which made the Fuhrer incredibly wealthy


Children with mental handicaps such
                              as Down's Syndrome were forcibly
                              sterilised by the Nazis to prevent them
                              from having children of their own such was
                              the leadership's obsession with racial and
                              physical purity 

Children with mental handicaps such as Down's Syndrome were forcibly sterilised by the Nazis to prevent them from having children of their own such was the leadership's obsession with racial and physical purity


Pieter Schelte Heerema, pictured on his
                          wedding day in December 1942, was a senior
                          officer in the SS and was involved in sending
                          unemployed Dutch men to Nazi occupied areas in
                          Eastern Europe. He became a member of the
                          Dutch resistance after 1943 but was jailed
                          briefly at the end of the war for his role 
Pieter Schelte Heerema, pictured on his wedding day in December 1942, was a senior officer in the SS and was involved in sending unemployed Dutch men to Nazi occupied areas in Eastern Europe. He became a member of the Dutch resistance after 1943 but was jailed briefly at the end of the war for his role








These two SA men are attaching a sign to
                          the front of this Jewish-owned store in Berlin
                          on April 1, 1933 - less than three months
                          after Hitler came to power - urging people to
                          boycott the shop because of the religion of
                          its owners 

These two SA men are attaching a sign to the front of this Jewish-owned store in Berlin on April 1, 1933 - less than three months after Hitler came to power - urging people to boycott the shop because of the religion of its owners

This is some early anti-Semitic
                            propaganda with a sign titled 'The Jews are
                            our Misfortune'. The purpose of the
                            propaganda was to degrade and dehumanise
                            Jewish people to allow them to be
                            scapegoated and blamed for all of German's
                            problems 

This is some early anti-Semitic propaganda with a sign titled 'The Jews are our Misfortune'. The purpose of the propaganda was to degrade and dehumanise Jewish people to allow them to be scapegoated and blamed for all of German's problems

This Jewish shop was vandalised in
                              Berlin in the aftermath of Kristallnacht -
                              the night of the broken glass - in
                              November 1938. The Nazi party's own police
                              force, the SA was responsible for the
                              outbreak of violence on November 9 and 10.
                              As well as targeting Jewish stores and
                              offices, the SA burned more than 260
                              synagogues across Germany and Austria 

This Jewish shop was vandalised in Berlin in the aftermath of Kristallnacht - the night of the broken glass - in November 1938. The Nazi party's own police force, the SA was responsible for the outbreak of violence on November 9 and 10. As well as targeting Jewish stores and offices, the SA burned more than 260 synagogues across Germany and Austria

Before the outbreak of the Second
                                World War, many Jewish people tried to
                                leave Germany as the brutal repression
                                they faced increased dramatically since
                                the Nazis came to power in 1933. The
                                Nazi party used propaganda to dehumanise
                                Jewish people. This group of Jewish
                                people are queuing up outside a travel
                                agent in January 1939 in the hope of
                                moving to Palestine 
Before the outbreak of the Second World War, many Jewish people tried to leave Germany as the brutal repression they faced increased dramatically since the Nazis came to power in 1933. The Nazi party used propaganda to dehumanise Jewish people. This group of Jewish people are queuing up outside a travel agent in January 1939 in the hope of moving to Palestine



This Jewish woman in Poland in
                                  1940 is looking at the items on sale
                                  from a street vendor. More than
                                  400,000 Jewish people were packed into
                                  a three square mile area of Warsaw in
                                  the largest Jewish ghetto in Europe -
                                  where 300,000 are believed to have
                                  either been shot or gassed, while a
                                  further 90,000 died of hunger based
                                  illness or disease 


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                 WWII
                                     
                                                                            Sorry, Adolf, but you left nothing but ruins behind


                            

                                                  The Reichsadler in Berchtesgaden still looks in the direction of the Berghof




                              1945 War is over, Berlin destroyed!

                                                                                                          Adolf, your pride, and joy!



                                                       Now, Uncle Adolf 0 this is what you promised for the German worker:



  • The Prora resort on Rugan island is now a high desirable holiday complex boasting modern apartments 
  • Originally, the site was built by Hitler between 1936 and 1939 as 'Baltic Butlin's' for 20,000 workers
  • Plans were abandoned as the leader focused attention on the war effort and it lay untouched for decades
  • New pictures show how the drab and partly derelict site has been transformed by developers 

  • NOW ONLY PLUTOCCRATS YOU DID NOT LIKE CAN AFFORD THE DREAM OF GERMAN WORKERS - YOU SPENT A LOT OF MONEY AND LOST THWAR




  • New pictures show the transformation of a massive Nazi holiday camp built by Adolf Hitler into a luxury resort on one of Germany's finest beaches. 
    Flats at the Prora resort now sell for just over £500,000 in what was once a dull and grey concrete shell that was abandoned at the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939. 
    The resort, on Rügen island lay virtually untouched for decades after it was abandoned by Hitler in 1939 on the outbreak of World War II until it was taken over by developers Prora Solitaire.
    But the site is now unrecognizable from the concrete sprawl that lay empty for decades, with the drab buildings now look transformed into desirable seaside holiday homes, complete with luxury interiors and swimming pools. 
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    The apartments sell at up to £500,000 each and have now been snapped up by buyers, though there are still a handful on the market
    The apartments sell at up to £500,000 each and have now been snapped up by buyers, though there are still a handful on the market
    Where there were once empty concrete shells, the flats now have bright and attractive interiors with plants and chandeliers 
    Where there were once empty concrete shells, the flats now have bright and attractive interiors with plants and chandeliers 
    The building work is being finished off at the site. Originally, each flat was meant to house eight people crammed into them but they now boast balconies.
    The building work is being finished off at the site. Originally, each flat was meant to house eight people crammed into them but they now boast balconies.
    The near the beach at the Prora building complex on Ruegen Island Prora was originally commissioned by Adolf Hitler as a massive, thre mile long beach holiday resort complex for German workers under a program called Strength through Joy
    The near the beach at the Prora building complex on Ruegen Island Prora was originally commissioned by Adolf Hitler as a massive, thre mile long beach holiday resort complex for German workers under a program called Strength through Joy
    The site was abandoned at the start of the Second World War in 1939 and housed East German soldiers during the Cold War before being bought by developers and transformed
    The site was abandoned at the start of the Second World War in 1939 and housed East German soldiers during the Cold War before being bought by developers and transformed
    The site was abandoned at the start of the Second World War in 1939 and housed East German soldiers during the Cold War before being bought by developers and transformed 
    Senior Nazi Robert Ley laying the foundation stone at Hitler's 'dream resort'. The original plans has a festival hall that could accommodate 20,000 people
    Senior Nazi Robert Ley laying the foundation stone at Hitler's 'dream resort'. The original plans has a festival hall that could accommodate 20,000 people
    Historian Katja Lucke, who runs a museum on the island, believes the site may never live down its Nazi past. She said: 'This is a place where 20,000 people were to be groomed to work and wage war.'
    Historian Katja Lucke, who runs a museum on the island, believes the site may never live down its Nazi past. She said: 'This is a place where 20,000 people were to be groomed to work and wage war.'
    95 per cent flats at the former Nazi camp, now transformed into apartments, have already been snapped up by buyers
    95 per cent flats at the former Nazi camp, now transformed into apartments, have already been snapped up by buyers
    Now developers Prora Solitaire has opened one of the complex's eight blocks at a sprawling luxury apartment block, with three more to follow
    Now developers Prora Solitaire has opened one of the complex's eight blocks at a sprawling luxury apartment block, with three more to follow
    New images released by the developers after the first block opened have revealed what the apartments look like inside
    Bedrooms are pictured with modern art o the clean, white walls
    New images released by the developers after the first block opened have revealed what the apartments look like inside
    The kitchens - now ready for the buyers to use - feature granite-style worktops, clean angles and modern appliances 
    The kitchens - now ready for the buyers to use - feature granite-style worktops, clean angles and modern appliances 
    The glamorous rooms (pictured) in the luxurious resort have opened and could be a fresh chapter in the story of an idea that was all but abandoned more than 60 years ago
    The glamorous rooms (pictured) in the luxurious resort have opened and could be a fresh chapter in the story of an idea that was all but abandoned more than 60 years ago
    Pictures released before it was built gave an impression of what the exclusive resort might look like when it was finished
    Pictures released before it was built gave an impression of what the exclusive resort might look like when it was finished
    The haunting holiday camp that was built as a relaxing, seaside retreat for hardworking Nazis has now opened for guests
    The haunting holiday camp that was built as a relaxing, seaside retreat for hardworking Nazis has now opened for guests

    Prora was built by Adolf Hitler between 1936 and 1939, on Rügen, Germany's largest island, but never saw a guest through its doors, until recent real estate developments

    Boasting over 10,000 rooms, it was intended as the Third Reich's equivalent of Butlin's, but construction ceased when the Nazi leader chose to focus on the looming World War 2
    Glossy interiors (pictured, artists' impressions) await the owner of the luxury apartments, most of which have now been sold
    Glossy interiors (pictured, artists' impressions) await the owner of the luxury apartments, most of which have now been sold
    Condos can be bought for between £125,000 and £900,000, for those who want a permanent plot of Prora (pictured, artists' impressions)
    Condos can be bought for between £125,000 and £900,000, for those who want a permanent plot of Prora (pictured, artists' impressions)
    Prora: A look at Hitler's colossal Nazi-planned holiday retreat

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                                            SHAME ON YOU UNCLE ADOILF,  WHEREVER YOUR ASHES MAY HAVE FINISHED UP


















































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