The Nazi Party
Adolf Hitler's Nazi party
The National Socialist German Workers' Party (abbreviated NSDAP), commonly known in English as the Nazi Party, was a political party in Germany active between 1920 and 1945. Its predecessor, the German Workers' Party (DAP), existed from 1919 to 1920. The term Nazi is German and stems from Nationalsozialist, due to the pronunciation of Latin -tion- as -tsion- in German (rather than -shon- as it is in English), with German Z being pronounced as 'ts'.
A Nazi party meeting
The term Nazi derives from the first two syllables of Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP, Nazi Party). The German term Nazi parallels the term Sozi, an abbreviation of Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (Social Democratic Party of Germany). Members of the NSDAP referred to themselves as Nationalsozialisten (National Socialists), rarely as Nazis. In 1933, when Adolf Hitler assumed power of the German government, usage of the term Nazi diminished in Germany, although Austrian anti-Nazis continued to use the term as an insult.
Book covers for Mein Kampf
Mein Kampf ("My Struggle") is an autobiographical manifesto by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, in which he outlines his political ideology and future plans for Germany. Volume 1 of Mein Kampf was published in 1925 and Volume 2 in 1926. The book was edited by the former Hieronymite friar Bernhard Stempfle, who later died during the Night of the Long Knives.
SALES & RECEPTION
Although Hitler originally wrote this book mostly for the followers of National Socialism, it grew in popularity. From the royalties, Hitler was able to afford a Mercedes automobile while still imprisoned. Moreover, he accumulated a tax debt of 405,500 Reichsmark (about US$ 8 million today, or €6 million) from the sale of about 240,000 copies by the time he became chancellor in 1933 (at which time his debt was waived).
Hitler originally wanted to call his forthcoming book Viereinhalb Jahre (des Kampfes) gegen Lüge, Dummheit und Feigheit, or Four and a Half Years (of Struggle) Against Lies, Stupidity and Cowardice. Max Amann, head of the Franz Eher Verlag and Hitler's publisher, is said to have suggested the much shorter "Mein Kampf" or "My Struggle".
CYBER WARS by Jameson Hunter © 2014 (book extract)
- ADOLF HITLER'S MASTER PLAN -
the 20th 1889 was just another day in the annals of human
history save for the birth of Adolf Hitler at Brauna am Inn, Austria.
Fifty-six years later in Berlin, the European phase of the 2nd
World War was drawing to a close. On the 30th of April 1945,
Hitler was facing imminent defeat as the Soviet army to the north east and
US troops from the south west closed on Berlin. Hitler had two choices:
escape to exile, as many of his colleagues had done, or arrange to plant
the seeds of the 4th Reich, where the 3rd Reich was
doomed. It was to be a high stakes decision and exile would serve no
would guess what was up his sleeve and all traces of his research had been
eliminated. Provided that the allies believed the 3rd Reich had
capitulated, that would be that. Thus, in a final defiant gesture for his
ultimate cause, Adolf played his last cards. He gambled with his life,
deciding to draw venom from the advancing armies and deflect subsequent
investigations which might prevent the final objective of Aryan supremacy.
Hitler issued his last orders from the Chancellery underground complex,
setting himself up as a pawn in what he saw as a noble cause to confuse
allied strategists. With Soviet troops just half a mile away he instructed
a loyal aide to execute his final commands.
Lotti Hess unt Hedweg Koch. Ya, to Bogota, unt Manaus, unt set them up
vith our doctor missionaries for adoption. They will keep our research
secret unt vait for the right time to begin a new order.”
missionaries of course were their newly exiled commanders. Lotti and
Hedweg were just children, but they were gifted and plainly immersed in
medical science. Moreover they’d been indoctrinated and sworn to uphold
Nazi ideals and pledged allegiance to Adolf Hitler personally while in the
Hitl er Youth.
vill entrust our dowry to them for the greater glory. Make der
arrangements for der Heinkel
111 Ernst has converted for our mission.”
it is done.”
to it personally, ya, unt vhen you hear my signal, dispose of our bodies
clumsily, so they will be identified?”
my Führer, is that absolutely necessary?”
shouted back his eyes hardly constrained in their sockets: “It is
imperative, I command you,” waving his head from side to side and
gesturing with his arms wildly.
leader, I will obey your command,” said his trembling aide.
minutes later the unmistakable sound of a 9mm Luger pistol came from the
Chancellery bunker. Hitler had taken his own life. His faithful wife Eva
took a cyanide capsule. On hearing the signal, the young aide carried the
corpses of Hitler and Eva to the garden, poured petrol onto them and
struck a match. The pyre erupted with a whoosh singeing the aide’s
eyebrows. He watched with mixed emotions as the fire consumed the
Hitler’s orders, Admiral Dönitz
assumed command of German forces and presidency of the Reich in May 1945.
His instructions were to capitulate to save his troops from Soviet hands.
In 1946 he was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by the International
Military Tribunal at Nürnberg.
Rosenberg and nine others were hanged in October 1946. Rudolf Hess and
others were sentenced to life.
this political distraction was in play, the seeds of the 4th
Reich were being sewn in the Jungles of South America. Heinkel’s long
range adaptation of the HE 111 bomber aircraft had successfully delivered
its cargo. The allies knew that many party members had escaped their
clutches, but had no idea of the plan that was afoot. Hitler’s ideology
had been plucked from the ruins of defeat. That idealism was nothing new
of course. Eugenics; the science of breeding humans, was described by the
British naturalist Francis Galton in 1909 as: the “study of agencies,
under social control, which may improve or impair” future generations.
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Adolf Hitler and chum Heinrich Himmler [Allegedly, Adolf Hitler did not die in that bunker incident C.1949. Apparently, he was fired into England, strapped to a V1 rocket, leaving behind his false teeth. He parachuted into Wealden that night hoping to meet some deviants, who'd arranged a new identity for their fallen comrade. Apparently, he landed in Crowborough, shaved off his moustache and was mistaken for a council official. Job done.]
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