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Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 7 (Final)

 
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Here we conclude our presentation of Positive Christianity in the Third Reich by Professor D. Cajus Fabricius

 

Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 6

 
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Here we continue our presentation of Positive Christianity in the Third Reich by Professor D. Cajus Fabricius

 

The great deception of WW2 was to fool all Christians of the allied forces to fight for communism against the Christian armies of Germany and her Christian allies.

Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 5

 
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Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 4

 
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Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 3

 
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Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 2

 
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Here we continue our presentation of Positive Christianity in the Third Reich by Professor D. Cajus Fabricius

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Positive Christianity in the Third Reich, Part 1

 
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Geopolitics: Hitler's Active Defense of Germany

 
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Sword Brethren and the Kaiser discuss the various steps which Adolf Hitler had to take in order to effectively defend Germany from those who would destroy it.

Justifying the National Socialist Reaction to the Reichstag Fire, Part 2 - The Inevitability of the Enabling Act

 
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Justifying the National Socialist Reaction to the Reichstag Fire, Part 2 - The Inevitability of the Enabling Act

In part one of this series, we showed that the threat of a Communist revolution in Germany was very real, and that the threat was recognized by the German Federal Government, right up through the early 1930's. We also saw that in its own propaganda, the German Communist Party itself had been threatening such a revolution through all of the years of the Weimar Republic. Therefore when the Reichstag burned, and the culprit was found to be a communist who admitted torching the building for the purpose of setting off such a revolution, whether the Communist Party itself was complicit or not is immaterial, the NSDAP and the German government as a whole had every right to believe that such a revolution was the purpose of the fire, and the Communist Party was therefore banned.

Here we shall present material from Mein Kampf which clearly shows that if the NSDAP ever came to power, the dissolution of other political parties and the parliamentary democracy in Germany as a whole was only inevitable, and therefore in 1933, the Enabling Act was indeed also inevitable.

Justifying the National Socialist Reaction to the Reichstag Fire, Part 1 - Threat of Communist Revolution in Germany, 1929-1933

 
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The Threat of Communist Revolution in Germany, 1929-1933

In order to understand why the National Socialists would immediately believe that the Reichstag Fire was a Communist plot, one must understand the extent to which Communist Revolution was a threat all throughout the post-war period of Weimar Germany. Here that shall be made evident, from a rather liberal academic who has a clear bias against the Nazis. For reason that this author, Dietrich Orlow, has a clear antipathy for National Socialism, we have chosen this source in order to make our presentation.

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