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by Reichsleiter Philipp Bouhler. Translated from the Third Reich original
GENESIS OF THE MOVEMENT
In the summer of 1919, at Munich, six men set about forming a new political party, which they called the German Workers’ Party. They had in their minds a vague idea of organizing a national party which would oppose the Marxist Workers’ Party. These six men certainly meant well, but they had no resources whatsoever, and above all, there was nobody among them who could claim to have the necessary qualities for leadership. And so they were helpless in face of the task to which they had set themselves. History would have known nothing of this little circle of six men had not destiny presented it with its seventh member. This was Adolf Hitler.