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SIX CHILDREN
ADOLF HITLER
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Definitions

  1. Goebbels, a brilliant but somewhat neurotic would-be writer, displayed huge talents for speech making, organizing, and propaganda. (Web site)
  2. Goebbels was a liar, to be sure, but no one can explain why he would lie to his diaries. (Web site)
  3. Goebbels was a little man, about five feet tall, who walked with a limp as a result of infantile paralysis. (Web site)
  4. Goebbels was the enthusiastic advocate of a "Free-Russia" movement as early as the summer of 1941, but his recommendations were summarily rejected. (Web site)
  5. Goebbels was forced to ally himself with Göring to thwart a bid for power by Bormann, head of the Nazi Party Chancellery and Secretary to the Führer. (Web site)

Books

  1. While the books burned, Goebbels declared: "The soul of the German people can again express itself. (Web site)
  2. As Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels kept a close check on the information provided by newspapers, magazines, books, radio broadcasts, plays and films. (Web site)

Break

  1. He ordered Goebbels to break off his affair, whereupon Goebbels offered his resignation, which Hitler refused. (Web site)

True Believer

  1. Alfred Rosenberg, a true believer, was the first Nazi mythmaker whilst Goebbels was a deliberate liar. (Web site)

Führer

  1. On the whole, Speer's attitude is to the point."[ 72] Goebbels would note in his diary in June 1943, "Speer is still tops with the Führer. (Web site)

Karl Hanke

  1. And then Karl Hanke, the bearded secretary of Dr. Goebbels, came puffing up.

Josef Goebbels

  1. Josef Goebbels, the Nazi Minister for Propanganda, was quick to seize on the propaganda value of France's humiliation in Germany.
  2. To the left of Hitler is Josef Goebbels, and to the right of Frau Troost is Heinrich Himmler (back to camera). (Web site)

Joseph Goebbels

  1. This film was directed by Fritz Hippler at the insistence of Nazi Germany 's Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels.
  2. Joseph Goebbels recorded in his diary in June 1940 that Hitler told him that peace talks with Britain were taking place in Sweden. (Web site)
  3. Joseph Goebbels, whom Hitler recognized as a man of considerable talent, was completely won over to Hitler's side. (Web site)

Vienna

  1. He soon caught the attention of Joseph Goebbels, who sent him to Vienna in 1928 to organize the Nazi youth movement there. (Web site)

Women

  1. ITEM #: [5461] ENEMY OF WOMEN (DVD MOVIE) - Hitler's most ruthless henchman, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, is a fiend to all who resist him.

Events

  1. The official German position on these events, which were clearly orchestrated by Goebbels, was that they were spontaneous outbursts. (Web site)
  2. Many Germans approached the official news of the events as described by Joseph Goebbels with a great deal of skepticism. (Web site)

Programme

  1. Hitler, Joseph Goebbels and Reinhard Heydrich organized a new programme designed to encourage Jews to emigrate. (Web site)

Speech

  1. On March 23, 1945, Joseph Goebbels gave a speech, known as the "Werwolf speech", in which he urged every German to fight to the death. (Web site)

Meanwhile

  1. Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, meanwhile, instantly recognized the shooting as a golden opportunity. (Web site)

Masses

  1. Joseph Goebbels took private lessons from Hanussen on the art of influencing the masses and in astrology. (Web site)

Beginning

  1. From the beginning of his tenure, Goebbels organized attacks on German Jews, commencing with the boycott of 1933. (Web site)

Members

  1. One of the new members was Joseph Goebbels. (Web site)

Meeting

  1. In his diary, Goebbels describes his reaction to a meeting in which Hitler attempted to straighten him out. (Web site)
  2. As Joseph Goebbels wrote in his diary after the meeting: "Radio and press are at our disposal. (Web site)

Attempt

  1. A short time later however, Joseph Goebbels announced by radio that Hitler had survived an attempt on his life.

Head

  1. Joseph Goebbels, the head of the Nazi party's Ministry of Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda organization became interested in Metropolis, too.

Authority

  1. Paul Joseph Goebbels, head of the propaganda ministry, got unlimited funds and authority to foment trouble among Germany's neighbors. (Web site)

Anyone

  1. Nor was Hitler willing to allow Goebbels or anyone else to usurp his own power as the ultimate source of all decisions. (Web site)
  2. After their children were dead, Magda and Joseph Goebbels walked upstairs to the bombed-out garden, avoiding the need for anyone to carry their bodies.

Government

  1. All of the resources of the government necessary for a big win were placed at the disposal of Joseph Goebbels. (Web site)

Policy

  1. He was also involved in the regime's policy towards the Jews, although Himmler and Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels drove this area of policy.

November

  1. You may have heard the widespread allegation that Goebbels started the Crystal Night pogrom with a fiery speech on that evening of 9 November. (Web site)

Chance

  1. Goebbels thus needed a chance to prove himself in the eyes of Hitler, and Kristallnacht was just that. (Web site)

Weber

  1. Goebbels had no authority to order or carry out or be involved in any extermination programme even if he had wanted to, said Weber. (Web site)

Ministry

  1. Goebbels arranged for Hitler to speak to the commander of the troops surrounding the Ministry, Major Otto Remer, and assure him that he was still alive. (Web site)

Sending

  1. Goebbels later took revenge by removing his exemption from military service and sending him to war. (Web site)

Power

  1. Joseph Goebbels was placed in charge of this ministry shortly after Hitler took power in 1933. (Web site)

Munich

  1. In 1937, Joseph Goebbels arranged an anti-masonic exhibition in Munich. (Web site)

Braun

  1. Hitler and Braun were married on April 29, 1945 during a brief civil ceremony which was witnessed by Joseph Goebbels and Martin Bormann. (Web site)

Cold War

  1. At the beginning of the Cold War, he famously popularised the term "The Iron Curtain ", which had been used before by Nazi leaders Hitler and Goebbels.
  2. At the beginning of the Cold War, he famously mentioned the " Iron Curtain," a phrase originally created by Joseph Goebbels.

War

  1. Goebbels knew by this stage that the war was lost, but was unable to break the spell that Hitler had held over him since 1926. (Web site)
  2. Both Magda and Joseph Goebbels are said to have been disappointed when Germany went to war, believing it to be dangerous for the country.
  3. Once war began in September 1939, Goebbels began a steady process of extending his influence over domestic policy. (Web site)

Soviet Troops

  1. On May 1, 1945, as Soviet troops were storming Berlin, Goebbels committed suicide.

Strauss

  1. Meanwhile, far from being an admirer of Strauss's work, Goebbels maintained expedient cordiality with Strauss only for a period. (Web site)

Oratory

  1. Goebbels also discovered a talent for oratory, and was soon second in the Nazi movement only to Hitler as a public speaker. (Web site)

Galen

  1. Local Nazis asked for Galen to be arrested, but Goebbels told Hitler that if this happened there would be an open revolt in Westphalia. (Web site)

People

  1. In the midst of the burning, Joseph Goebbels gave a political speech to a crowd of around 40,000 people. (Web site)
  2. It was [Nazi Minister of Propaganda] Joseph Goebbels who said 'keep the people frightened,'" Ambassador Peck reminded us.

Rally

  1. Several weeks later he attended another rally, though this one was presided over by Joseph Goebbels.

Regime

  1. Modern expressive dance, however, found favour with the regime and especially with Dr Joseph Goebbels, the Minister of Propaganda. (Web site)

Nazi Regime

  1. Whatever the loss of real power suffered by Goebbels during the middle years of the Nazi regime, he remained one of Hitler’s intimates. (Web site)

Wife

  1. In the autumn of 1938, however, Goebbels had telephoned Baarova, saying he had confessed to his wife, and wanted the two women to meet. (Web site)
  2. Shortly afterwards, Goebbels and his wife went up to the garden of the Chancellery, where they killed themselves. (Web site)

Six Children

  1. At the end of the war, Goebbels and his wife took their own lives and those of their six children. (Web site)
  2. On 1st May, 1945, Joseph Goebbels, his wife and six children, committed suicide. (Web site)
  3. He stews in a claustrophobic catacomb with Braun, Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels and Goebbels' wife, Magda, and their six children, all of whom will die.

Adolf Hitler

  1. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels and Reinhard Heydrich organized a new programme designed to encourage Jews to emigrate. (Web site)
  2. Adolf Hitler wanted Galen arrested but Joseph Goebbels warned against this as Galen was a popular religious leader. (Web site)

Nazi Party

  1. Goebbels came into contact with the Nazi Party in 1923 during the French occupation of the Ruhr and became a member in 1924. (Web site)

Strasser

  1. His dismissal of Strasser and appointment of Goebbels as the party’s propaganda chief was a major factor. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Fascism > Nazism > Nazis > Hitler
  2. History > Wars > War > Propaganda
  3. Diary
  4. Countries > European Union > Germany > German People
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