The earliest sign of anti-semitism from Adolf Hitler dates
September 16, 1919
Dear Herr Gemlich,
the part of a large section of our people, the cause of this hostility must be sought in
the clear recognition that Jewry as such is deliberately or unwittingly having a
pernicious effect on our nation, but mostly in personal intercourse, in the poor
impression the Jew makes as an individual.
factors but only by recognition of the facts.
himself never describes himself as a Jewish German, a Jewish Pole or a Jewish
American, but always as a German, Polish or American Jew.
able to preserve his race and his racial characteristics much more successfully than
most of the numerous people among whom he has lived.
significance of his achievements for the community, but solely by the size of his
fortune, his wealth.
resources, but only by the wealth of its material possessions.
protect it which allow the Jew to become so unscrupulous in his choice of means, so
merciless in their use of his own ends.
people’, but only recognizes the majesty of money.
of the nation with ridicule and shameless seduction to vice.
expression in the form of pogroms.
the underhand exploitation of a series of circumstances that, taken together, express
themselves in a deep, universal dissatisfaction.
influence by party dogmas or by the internationalist catch-phrases and slogans of an
irresponsible press, but only by determined acts on the part of nationally minded
leadership with an inner sense of responsibility.
any nation needs very badly.
Adolph Hitler Plans to Exterminate the Jews?
From Warum? Woher? Aber Wohin? by Hans Grimm, p. 14.
“I know that some Man capable of giving our problems a final solution must appear. I have sought such a Man. I could nowhere discover Him. And that is why I have set myself to do the preparatory work; only the most urgent preparatory work, for I know that I am myself not, the One. And I know also what is missing in me. But the other One still remains aloof, and nobody comes forward, and there is no more time to be lost.”
Adolf Hitler with Hermann Göring on balcony of the Chancellery, Berlin, 16 March 1938
“[In the event of war] the result will not be the bolshevisation of the earth, and thus the victory for Jewry, but the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe.”
From “The Speeches of Adolph Hitler, April 1922 – August 1939,” Norman H. Baynes (editor), London, 1942, volume 1, page 741, text taken from the authorized English translation published in pamphlet form, Berlin, in February 1939.
Quoted in “Auschwitz and the Allies,” by Martin Gilbert, Holt Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1981, page 13.
“…and we say that the war will not end as the Jews imagine it will, namely with the uprooting of the Aryans, but the result of this war will be the complete annihilation of the Jews.
“Now for the first time they will not bleed other people to death, but for the first time the old Jewish law of An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, will be applied.
“And the further this war spreads, the further will spread this fight against the world of the [Jew], and they will be used as food for every prison camp, and [ ] in every family, which will have it explained to it why [ ], and the hour will come when the enemy of all times, or at least of the last thousand years, will have played his part to the end.”
Adolph Hitler speaking to a crowd at the Sports Palace in Berlin, 30 January 1942.
Quoted in “Auschwitz and the Allies,” page 20 and footnoted as being from “Voices of History 1942-43,” Franklin Watts (editor), New York, 1943.
Text as monitored by the Foreign Broadcast Monitoring Service, Federal Communications Commission. Gaps in the monitored text are shown with square brackets.