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September 08, 2005

My Struggle

Mein_kampf 150 Panoramas of World War 2 Landmarks, a collaborative virtual visit project. (Thanks to photographer Hans Nyberg of Panoramas fame)

Swastika in a German forest and ”I’m Not a Nazi” Swastika Gallery

Pants of the Third Reich

A Kompanie of a German Army's elite Panzer Grenadier Division Großdeutschland. “Our members strive to accurately portray the life and times of the German soldier in World War II”

The Fuehrer's family

Color pictures from World War 2

Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler became the first two people to successfully escape from Auschwitz, after Vrba's two years of imprisonment, in April of 1944. Their Vrba-Wetzler Report reached the governments of the Allies before the end of June, 1944 and alerted political and Jewish leaders for the first time to the true nature of the Nazi death camps. The Vrba-Wetzler Report II attempted to rationally estimate the scale of mass murder at Auschwitz, as well as the methodology. As such, it's one of the most important documents of the 20th century

Listen to the Nazi Propaganda Radio of British turncoat Lord Haw-Haw

In The Future, Everyone Will Be Hitler For Fifteen Minutes. (Godwin's law was originated by Mike Godwin in 1990. The law states that: As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1. A message from The American Library Association )

Many More Unusual Links about the Holocaust Here

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Comments

Good grief. I've been reading from this post for two hours. :)
It will take me another week to absorb it all. "Everyone will be Hitler for fifteen minutes"... shewee.... funny stuff.

Good stuff.

Ever read The Crime and Punishment of L. G. Farben?

Posted by: Phoenix at Sep 9, 2005 4:45:38 PM

Hitler....... that says enough. He was a very great and awesome leader. Maybe he was Satan but that does'nt exclude him from greatness and power!!!!!!!

Posted by: Ryan at Sep 23, 2005 6:18:34 PM

I have yet to read "My struggle", so I am curious, all the Nazi Propaganda talk about Jews and other ethnic groups being responsible for Germany's collapse, did Hitler truly believe what he was saying? Or did he know from day one that it was Germany's fault for losing World War One and he decided to intentionally use other people as a SCAPGOAT from the very begining??

Posted by: Andrew at May 17, 2007 4:56:29 PM