Adolf Hitler

ODEONSPLATZ: The Rise of an Unknown

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-10 21:22

Zuerst magazine interviews Werner Bräuninger

December 2011

 Translated by Wilhelm Kriessmann

Biography of Werner Bräuninger

 Werner Bräuninger, born 1965, was a freelancing publicist and essayist. His book Odeonsplatz: The Rise of an Unknown (Universiras 2011) describing Hitler's life from 1890 to 1935 caused a sensation.  His book, Hitlers Adversaries in the NSDAP (Herbig 2004), about the imminent opposition in the National Socialist state, as well as his work about the spiritual roots of Count Claus von Stauffenberg within the circle around the poet Stefan George, were controversially discussed.

Bräuninger’s publications have drawn attention from the FAZ, Die Welt and the renowned Zeitschrift fuer Geschichtswissenschaft (Science of History magazine). His website is www.marmorklippen.de

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Feldherrnhalle on Odeonsplatz, Munich

 

Zuerst:  Mr. Bräuninger, your new book Odeonsplatz might cause a small revolution in the German book market—a book about Hitler which has neither his name in the title nor his picture. Does it not really mean “Hitler sells?”

B:  It is, as you say, obviously a revolution because we do not live in normal times. From Norbert Knopp, we naturally could have expected a title like “Hitler`s German Shepherd Dogs.” My intention was a quite different one.

The Heretics' Hour: Political-Social Design in the Third Reich

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-10 11:54
 
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January 9, 2012

Top: Battle of Coberg Anniversary Plate, porcelain made to resemble terra cotta; SA High Leader Honor Dagger (detail). Bottom: SA “Deutschland Erwache” Standard; Exquisite SS Rider porcelain figurine.

Charles Krafft and George Stimson join Carolyn Yeager for a discussion of the impressive designs that were a part of the Third Reich, indisputably one of the most artistically creative periods in modern history. They discuss the Allach Porcelain Works outside of Dachau; some of the well known designers working in the Reich; the passion of the militaria collector; the images most commonly used; posters, flags and banners, uniforms and weaponry such as daggers. The National Socialist Third Reich period – 1923 to 1945 – is the most popular with Collectors world-wide.

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One of Adolf Hitler's favorite entertainers dies at age 108

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2011-12-28 13:29

 

Johannes Heester in March 2006, age 102

Johannes Heester, a Dutch-born performer who made his reputation in National Socialist Germany and continued to perform until recent times, died on Christmas Eve at a hospital in Starnberg, Germany, where he had been for several days.

Heesters was a tenor who made his stage debut at the age of 30 at the Volksoper in Vienna in 1934. The following year he moved to Germany with his wife and daughters, where he became a crowd favorite at the Komische Oper and Admiralspalast.

During the time of the Third Reich, he performed for Adolf Hitler. Joseph Goebbels put him on the Gottbegnadeten list (literally God-given or "Important Artist Military Exempt" list) as an artist considered crucial to National Socialist culture.

Because of this and because he visited the Dachau concentration camp in 1941 (Dachau was the first labor camp in NS Germany and seen as a model of good planning and progressive ideas in the early 30's), he was seen as an enemy or traitor to many Dutch. Heesters entertained Wehrmacht soldiers during the war, but insisted he did not entertain SS troops when at Dachau, of which he was accused.

Christmas with the Führer

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2011-12-21 10:16
 
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The Heretic's Hour: European Debt Enslavement Vindicates Hitler

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2011-11-22 01:18
 
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November 21, 2011

 

William Finck and Carolyn discuss the causes and implications of the latest crises enveloping the Euro because of the overwhelming indebtedness of European Union members such as Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal. The remedies being suggested to hold the European Union together with a common currency constitute the total loss of sovereignty of individual nation states. Who will benefit from this? The bankers and global corporations, of course. In addition, “neo-nazi extremism” is being focused upon as the real threat to the European way of life … as in the Zwickaur “terror” group, made up of only three people! Finck and Carolyn rightly question which is more dangerous, the bankers or the young “nazis.”

William Finck’s website is Christogenea.org.

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Christogenea Radio

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2011-11-11 12:00
 
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On Nov. 12 I sub-hosted William Finck's

CHRISTOGENEA SATURDAYS

My Topic: "A Fighting Christianity" with reference to Christian beliefs within National Socialism.  

 

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Hitler and Women

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2011-11-05 01:56

by Carolyn Yeager, June 2007

copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

A New York Times journalist wrote in 1932 that: “Women have been among the strongest pillars of Hitlerism from its very inception … At Nazi meetings the proportion of women in attendance is surprisingly large. Hitler has a fascination for Germany’s weaker sex …”

The Heretics' Hour: Sex and Death - More lies about Adolf Hitler

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:06
 
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March 14, 2011
Carolyn continues separating fact from fiction about der Führer and again warns of Gordon Duff’s disinformation. Topics include:

  • Questions on young Hitler’s inheritance;
  • Was Hitler a homosexual? Are you kidding?
  • The “one-testicle” rumor—where it came from;
  • Soviets did not find Hitler’s remains;
  • Gordon Duff’s strange “G-tt Mit Uns”;
  • Duff the “historian” on anti-Semitic violent Christians, Julius Streicher, euthanasia, and the Reichstag Fire;
  • But his readers are starting to catch on.

Picture: The Aryan (left) and the Jew (right). Can they ever be reconciled?

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The Heretics' Hour: More Hitler Myths Put to Rest

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:06
 
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March 7, 2011
Some of the common slanders directed at Adolf Hitler as a youth up to 1919 are corrected by Carolyn Yeager in the light of real evidence. Topics include:

  • Adolf Hitler’s father did not regularly beat him;
  • Hitler was never a house painter;
  • An inheritance from his parents allowed him a decent lifestyle;
  • He was reasonably successful from 1910-1914 at selling his paintings;
  • He was particular about his appearance and dressed well;
  • He was not a “Red” but an education and political agent for the new Reichswehr after the Freikorps liberated Munich in 1919.

Picture: Historian Werner Maser

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The Heretics' Hour: Putting Myths to Rest

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:05
 
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Feb. 28, 2011

Carolyn Yeager discusses the real genealogy of Adolf Hitler, and the real relationship between Prescott Bush, Fritz Thyssen and National Socialism. Topics include:

  • “Hitler’s grandfather was a Rothschild” story was invented by an OSS employee during WWII;
  • “Hitler’s grandfather was a Jew named Frankenberger” story was invented by a condemned man;
  • Records show that Hitler’s grandmother was not in Vienna or Graz at the time she conceived her son;
  • There was a relationship between Prescott Bush and Fritz Thyssen and a relationship between Thyssen and the National Socialist Party. But there was no relationship between Bush and the NS Party;
  • There is no link between Bush-Harriman and Auschwitz labor.

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