Portrait of Adolf Hitler, circa 1934

Caption   Portrait of Adolf Hitler, circa 1934 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Library of Congress
Identification Code   LC-USZ62-48839
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 6 Mar 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
5 Feb 2011 09:53:43 PM

The Nazi Party was formed by Anton Drexter in Munich, Germany in 1919. Adolf Hitler was party member, number 55 by 1930 the party had 129,583 members, by 1933 over 849,000 and would reach over 5,000,000 million members. THE NAZIS NEVER CALLED THEMSELVES NAZIS... The word Nazi was rarely used by Hitler or his followers. The Acronyms NAZI and NSDAP come from the Official party name. NAtionSoZIalstische Deutsche ArbeiterPartei N S D A P ALL TOGETHER NOW: The Nazi salute with right arm extended is an expression older than Nazism. It is a salute to Lady Victory atop the "Siegessaute" (Victory Column) in Berlin. SIEG HEIL, SIEG HEIL... Actually means Victory Hail or Hail Victory in Nazi Germany, when meeting someone with the words Heil Hitler, Sieg Heil was used in Political meetings the Nazi party even made a swastika pin badge in 1933 displaying a victory wreath swastika and the words Sieg Heil... THAT WAS YESTERDAY, THIS IS TODAY: Today in Germany, using the greeting in written form, vocally and even extending the right arm without phrase is "Verboten" (forbidden), except for educational teaching displaying of the swastika, is also forbidden

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