Rudolf Hess Speaks to the Party Leadership
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Translated from three speeches by Rudolf Hess between 1934 and 1936 about the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. The first speech describes the very early days of the back then tiny and apparently insignificant NSDAP. The second speech explains why Adolf Hitler, already Reich Chancellor, also becomes Reich President after Hindenburg’s death. The third speech, delivered only five days before the purge of Ernst Röhm, deals with the transformation of the NSDAP from opposition party to ruling party and also denounces the “second revolution”.