[Hitler did not want war with Britain, it was forced on him. Thousands of ethnic Germans were being massacred in Poland, in lands once belonging to Germany, while the Poles were encouraged by the Americans, French and British who were hoping to force Germany into war. Hitler hoped that ties of blood would prevail over jewish money. He wanted the British to join him in a war against the jewish-led Soviet hordes who had been planning all along to conquer all of Europe. Germany was truly and literally caught between a rock and a hard place. The jews had designs on the whole world, and now with their victories over Russia and Germany, and the false Christianity by which they have seduced the American people, they rule it. They had already controlled Germany during the Weimar years, and Hitler rose up to stand in their way. The bankers had earlier built up Japan as a cheap-labor mecca, and as a scourge against the Romanovs, whom they also wanted to destroy. Now Hitler stood in the way of World Talmudism, and the Japanese had policies of their own which bristled the bankers. How dare any nation be sovereign in the face of World Jewry! Here is the text of a broadside which was dropped in large quantities over England days before England entered the war, soon after a speech along the same lines given by Hitler in the Reichstag. The jewish propagandizing of the British and American people prevailed.- WRF]
A LAST APPEAL TO REASON
BY ADOLF HITLER
I have summoned you to this meeting in the midst of our tremendous struggle for the freedom and the future of the German nation. I have done so, firstly, because I considered it imperative to give our people an insight into the events, unique in history, that lie behind us, secondly, because I wished to express my gratitude to our magnificent soldiers, and thirdly, with the intention of appealing, once more and for the last time, to common sense in general.
If we compare the causes which prompted this historic struggle with the magnitude and the far- reaching effects of military events, we are forced to the conclusion that its general course and the sacrifices it has entailed are out of proportion to the alleged reasons for its outbreak - unless they were nothing but a pretext for underlying intentions.
The programme of the National Socialist Movement, in so far as it affected the future development of the Reich’s relations with the rest of the world, was simply an attempt to bring about a definite revision of the Treaty of Versailles, though as far as at all possible, this was to be accomplished by peaceful means....