Hitler's Revolution Ideology Social Programs Foreign Affair's Chapter 2 The New Germany (1:52:17 Hrs)

Published: 2021-07-10

In this (One hour and 52 minutes) video, we look at the reasoning behind National Socialist Germany as represented by Hitler’s Revolution in 1933. Based on the detailed book by Richard Tedor, the New Germany in the year 1933 is superbly analysed and details of how the National Socialists responded to the various requirements and aims of the new state, are stated. When Hitler came to power in 1933, he stressed that Germany would have to adopt an economic programme that essentially depended on itself as Germany had no friends abroad, and no overseas colonies. Foreign politicians, obsessed with ecomonics openly bragged that the German ecomony had been “crippled”. Richard details the incredible chaos that the Allies inflicted on Germany from its defeat in 1918 to the 1930s. Hitler inherited this chaos in 1933, yet within an incredibly short time, Germany was transformed into a great power, not only in the economic sense, but in virtually every sphere of national life.  The measures deployed by the National Socialists, were impressive and wide ranging. The unemployed were given help to return to work, German materials were required to be used if possible, grants were given to help properties to be improved, and a complete list of measures, as explained by Richard is given.  Taxation was reformed, the number of taxes cut, and simplified. More housing meant more employment and more consumer goods (such as furniture and ovens, etc) meaning new businesses, and so on which boosted the economy further. The envisaged autobahns (motorways) network, which employed large numbers of workers, boosted the economy. Help for the train network further increased employment. Richard talks of the special attention given to farmers, who Hitler described as a pillar of German national life. Help with labor, help with grants and cutting debts, meant lower food imports. While this did increase food costs in the short term, the overall effect quickly proved itself to be effective. Hitler wanted all Germans to own a car, the famous Volkswagen   (folk vehicle), and automotive firms were given special tax concessions, which further boosted employment. Germans soon found themselves taking home a greater percentage of their income, which amazed foreign observers. Richard shows that these measures (and others he mentions) were National Socialist measures, and not as the Allies claimed the policies of Schlacht, president of the National Bank, who was essentially a “free-marketeer”. Hitler also withdrew Germany from the gold standard, and had introduced a “barter system” where trade agreements were formulated. This measure cut out International Finance from Germany, and was highly resented by International bankers, such as Rothschild. [When Winston Churchill introduced the “Gold Standard” in the UK in 1924, the result was a slump, economic chaos, and a general strike as workers resisted wage cuts. Winston Churchill later said “Everybody said that I was the worst Chancellor of the Exchequer that ever was. And now I’m inclined to agree with them. So now the world’s unanimous.”]

Richard goes on to explain the numerous other measures that the National Socialists brought into effect in Germany. The reform of the Trade Unions, from a Communist controlled class warfare entity to an organisation which had genunine concern for the German worker. The other measures that improved life for the German people, especially, cruises and holidays for ordinary people. Richard also examines the role of rearmament, and the allied myth that the Germans chose “guns before butter”. This is the second part of four videos. This is a illuminating video which explains the situation that brought into existence the “New Germany”, a “peoples community” in 1933.


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