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September 5, 2010 / Διαγόρας ο Μήλιος

Führer vs. Atheist Movement

Today I present you the Führer at his best. He will put you in your place. He will stamp you out.

Hitler vs. Atheism. Size: 600 × 452 pixels. Click for 800 × 603 pixels.

The full text of this speech by Hitler is one of the hardest to find. It is not included in some Hitler Speech collections I have managed to find around the Net. Yet, this speech is mentioned in several trustworthy websites, so I take it that it did take place. Perhaps the entire speech has not survived, but only fragments of it. If you could help me document this, you would be more than welcome.

A description of the image for the search engines and for the vision-impaired:

The black-and-white picture shows Adolf Hitler dressed in his favorite military uniform with the swastika armband, either outdoors or in a huge hall, standing in front of a microphone. He is shouting as usual, and his clenched fist is raised in the air. The text says: “Without pledging ourselves to any particular confession, we have restored faith to its pre-requisites because we were convinced that the people needs and requires this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations: we have stamped it out.” Adolph Hitler, speech in Berlin, October 24th, 1933. Feel free to copy.

Just to be clear on this, the picture that I used is from a different speech. It does not matter.

The same post on my greek-language blog: Φύρερ εναντίον αθεϊστικού κινήματος.

This post is dedicated to LOLgod.

Copyright © 2010 Diagoras of Melos


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  1. Διαγόρας ο Μήλιος / Sep 9 2010 3:27 pm

    The quote comes from here: Norman H. Baynes, ed., The Speeches of Adolf Hitler, April 1922-August 1939. Vol. 1. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1942, page 378.

  2. Adam / Oct 13 2010 2:10 am

    Aw man, this stuff is so funny, you gotta keep the posts comin my man.


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