Speech by German Chancellor Adolf Hitler on anniversary of Munich Putsch, Berlin, Germany, 8/11/1939. In German
REEL 1: Speech : Music and Wagner greets Hitler. Hitler: refers to Putsch; Government responsibility for First World War; Prime Minister Winston Churchill as warmonger; rejection of reasons for Britain's entry into war in 1914; reference to British Empire and social conditions in Britain; Britain's treatment of democratic Germany 1918-1933; war opposition in Britain; German resolution to secure borders and Lebensraum; Germany as cultural, powerful, but peaceloving nation.
REEL 2 Continues: Britain's war aims; calls for independence of British Empire nations; comparison between German and English culture; loss of German colonies; British attitude to social Germany; comparison between Second World War and Second Punic War; Britain's wanting war; impossibility of German capitulation; German readiness for war; Britain as impetus behind Poland's part in war; Nazi Party's aims for Germany. Sieg Heil.