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Clipped from Spero Patria's documentary "Europeans"

Blech, Böhm, Furtwängler, Karajan, Knappertsbusch, Krauss, Schillings with Hitler, Goebbels, Berger, Ralf, Rode, Rosvaenge and the Berlin Philharmonic. Performance footage plus newsreels: excerpts from Tell, Meistersinger, the Beethoven Ninth and the Schubert “Unfinished” Symphonies. 53m. B&W.

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Rabbi explains

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Exact time for this interview is blurry. Most agreed upon date is 1966, month and day unknown.

From Renegade Tribune: The founder of ANP Commander George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918-August 25, 1967) expresses his views regarding the 3rd political position and the american problem.

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Dallas, Texas, in 1965, where approximately 75 prominent Dallas citizens accepted a personal invitation to gather at a private home to see and hear Mr. Rockwell.

This sound recording is from a speech he gave at Hill Auditorium at the University of Michigan in 1964. Everett M. Dirksen was a member of Congress from Illinois.

George Lincoln Rockwell ‎– Speech In The Armory Lynchburg, Virginia August 20th, 1963

Debate between American Nazi Party head George Lincoln Rockwell and SNCC chairman Stokely Carmichael, aired on WBBM television in Chicago, Illinois on July 28, 1966

In memory of Holodomor

Credit to DocumentingReality for most of the video footage, and DisgruntledLeaf for the rest of it.

No, I didn't BLM the video title, I made it better

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This is my first fashwave edit using Hitlers election speech

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The 'Rivers of Blood' speech was made by British Member of Parliament Enoch Powell on 20 April 1968, to a meeting of the Conservative Political Centre in Birmingham, United Kingdom. His speech strongly criticised mass immigration, especially Commonwealth immigration to the United Kingdom and the proposed race relations bill. It became known as the 'Rivers of Blood' speech, although Powell always referred to it as 'the Birmingham speech'.

Enoch Powell, in full John Enoch Powell, (born June 16, 1912, Birmingham, England—died February 8, 1998, London), British politician and member of Parliament, noted for his controversial rhetoric concerning Britain’s nonwhite population and for his opposition to the nation’s entry into the European Economic Community.

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Just a friendly goy with an educational archive. Bitchute banned in several countries.

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