Adolf Hitler Speaks is translated from original Third Reich material, specifically excerpts from his speeches between 1922 and 1935. This third volume deals with both Economics and Aesthetics (in the original The Economic Formation and The Aesthetic Bearing.) The chapters include: The Economy, Finance, Banking and Stock Market, Industry, Technology, Trade and Transportation, Racial Art, Poetry and Music, Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Propaganda and Sports. Buy the 4 Book Set
The…internationalization of the German economy is in the final analysis also the greatest misfortune for the German worker. The impoverishment of the German economy leading to indebtedness, and the indebtedness leads to mortgaging; as the final thing, the German work force is mortgaged, the work force of sixty million people; these then work under foreign supervision, under foreign administration.
Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich
It is…no miracle that every politically heroic age in its art immediately seeks a bridge to a no less heroic past. Greeks and Romans then suddenly become so near to Germanic people, because all have sought their roots in a basic race, and thus the immortal accomplishments of the ancient folks again and again exert their magnetic effect on the descendants racially related to them.
Speech of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg