On 21 May 1935, Adolf Hitler spoke to the German Reichstag once again about his disarmament proposals to the other powers. As all other important speeches, it was broadcast live over short wave radio and once again was ignored by the so-called peace loving allies.
His talk actually begins at about 3:30
Dr. Alexander Jacob explains the political thought of Werner Sombart and Oswald Spengler.
A specialized school of the Third Reich to train young women who intend to emigrate to German areas in other countries. From clothes making to blacksmithing, they received a thorough education for their trip ahead, including the language of the country chosen.
Original German language.
Bradley Smith was Director of CODOH (Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust). At this appearance at the 12th international conference of the Institute for Historical Review, he talks about CODOH's work in bringing Holocaust Revisionism to the attention of the public.
On April 15, 1939, Adolf Hitler received an impertinent, politically inflammatory telegram from American president FDR. On 28 April, Adolf Hitler replied in his usual way. Important political speeches such as this one were broadcast live to the world over short wave while being delivered in the Reichstag. This is so that people could listen to what he said without the filter of the fake news of his time, which he alludes to in the speech. He also alludes to the 1938 broadcast of 'War of the Worlds'.
War hero and Canadian journalist Doug Collins talks about Ernst Zundel's Great Holocaust Trial of 1985 and his involvement in it as a defence witness for freedom of speech.
This was his presentation at the 10th conference of the Institute for Historical Review in 1990.
Ernst Zundel speaks in Bregenz, Austria and is arrested!
German language - 1988