What was hitlers speech actually called?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syI_B8a5IV4 - This one, what was the name and context behind it?
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Adolf's Christmas Special
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Third Reich's got Talent
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Sportpalast speech - it literally took one google to work that out.
Thats not hitlers speech.
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Thats not hitlers speech.
My bad. Some websites suggest it's called 'Proclamation to the German Nation' - it doesn't really have an official name outside of that.
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Third Reich's got Talent
If You're Nazi & You Know It Clap Your Hands

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Possibly one of the two speeches from February 1933.

Die Rede des Führers maybe?
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(Original post by GeorgeAndLennie)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syI_B8a5IV4 - This one, what was the name and context behind it?
It was Hitlers first address to the Reichstag as chancellor in 1933.

The significance was he'd arrived and was now the equivalent of leader of Germany and PM instead of the leader of some far right party.

Its a landmark moment bearing in mind of his journey to get there and the rise of the Nazis as well as everything that came after. You could write dozens of essays that mentioned it as a symbolic moment. You could also analyse the speech as a sign of who he blamed, who he was appealing to and who he thought the enemies were.
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ps there are loads of Nazi sympathisers on the comments section...
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It was Hitlers first address to the Reichstag as chancellor in 1933.

The significance was he'd arrived and was now the equivalent of leader of Germany and PM instead of the leader of some far right party.

Its a landmark moment bearing in mind of his journey to get there and the rise of the Nazis as well as everything that came after. You could write dozens of essays that mentioned it as a symbolic moment. You could also analyse the speech as a sign of who he blamed, who he was appealing to and who he thought the enemies were.
Thats exactly what im looking to do, analysing the speech!
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ps there are loads of Nazi sympathisers on the comments section...
Yes. Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess will live on forever
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Thats exactly what im looking to do, analysing the speech!
Perhaps you should read and understand what he is saying an then appreciate the context.
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Perhaps you should read and understand what he is saying an then appreciate the context.
I will I've heard it several times. I need to look for a text piece now so I can analyse the speech, shame I can't analyse his movement for the analysis, thats amazing too, powerful.

But yes I hope i can analyse it well.
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Third Reich's got Talent

Almost choked on my noodles with that one
Also, it's this:
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It was Hitlers first address to the Reichstag as chancellor in 1933.

The significance was he'd arrived and was now the equivalent of leader of Germany and PM instead of the leader of some far right party.

Its a landmark moment bearing in mind of his journey to get there and the rise of the Nazis as well as everything that came after. You could write dozens of essays that mentioned it as a symbolic moment. You could also analyse the speech as a sign of who he blamed, who he was appealing to and who he thought the enemies were.
It wasn't to the Reichstag. It was in the Berlin Sportpalast; it was a poplular venue for Nazi party rallies.
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It wasn't to the Reichstag. It was in the Berlin Sportpalast; it was a poplular venue for Nazi party rallies.
Thanks. I should have paid more attention to the venue.
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Thanks. I should have paid more attention to the venue.
No worries
I got it wrong too once, from a documentary.
I found the caption of the film in another video, for anyone curious.

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The Sportpalast was very convenient for disseminating propaganda, due to its sheer size.
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No worries
I got it wrong too once, from a documentary.
I found the caption of the film in another video, for anyone curious.

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The Sportpalast was very convenient for disseminating propaganda, due to its sheer size.
Theres a list here.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...y_Adolf_Hitler

I took the Reichstag from a video, which was incorrect.
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The Lords Prayer
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'Hitler - I have a dream'
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