Volkischer Beobachter

Volkischer Beobachter

Nazi party organ featuring Jew-baiting articles. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer, 75–78]
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Esser joined the Nazi Party with Hitler in 1920 and became the editor of the organisation's newspaper Volkischer Beobachter.
Esser joined the Nazi Party with Hitler in 1920 and became editor of the organisation's newspaper Volkischer Beobachter.
On May 11, 1933, the main Nazi newspaper, the Volkischer Beobachter, offered its commentary in an article with the headline 'Roosevelt's Dictatorial Recovery Measures.'"); WHITMAN, supra note 50, at 6 ("We have long known the strange fact that the Nazis frequently praised Franklin Roosevelt and New Deal government in the early 1930s.
In D'Souza's chapter entitled "American Fuhrers," D'Souza quotes a review of Franklin Roosevelt's book Looking Forward from the Nazi newspaper Volkischer Beobachter: "Many passages in President Roosevelt's book could have been written by a National Socialist.
(58.) "Umfassende Altersversorgung des deutschen Volkes," Volkischer Beobachter, 16 February 1940, BA R 43 II/406, Bl.
Orwell's invention of 'thought-crime', though mainly guying the Stalinism of his time, also drew on the Nazis' use of language (5) to impose the permissible, though in the Nazis' case it furnished examples of an 'all-seeing Fuhrer' that went far beyond the ever-present cameras of Orwell's Airstrip One, which are no less prevalent on our streets today, elevating Adolph to divine proportions as in the Nazi broadsheet Volkischer Beobachter:
On September 7, 1944, less than two months after the assassination attempt, as German forces retreated deeper into home territory in response to Allied pressure, Hitler announced in an editorial published in the Nazi mouthpiece Volkischer Beobachter, "Not a German stalk of wheat is to feed the enemy, not a German mouth to give him information, not a German hand to offer him help.
On that occasion, the Nazi Party's official newspaper and propaganda organ, the Volkischer Beobachter, reported the opera to be not only a theatrical production, but also "a program, a promise, and a symbol all in one" (p.