Adolf Hitler

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


92048. Adolf Hitler. July 21, 1932. A recording made in Gottingen before the Reichstag elections (to be held July 31, 1932). An emotional speech (in German, no English). Adolf Hitler. 4:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

27503. Adolf Hitler. February 15, 1933. Germany. Hitler speaks from Stuttgart. The speech marks the start of an election campaign. The broadcast is in German, with no English. A written translation is available. Hitler says that the government does not plan to resign if the Nazi Party loses the election. He is surprised that the opposition accuses him of destroying liberty. Adolf Hitler. 9:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

91954. Adolf Hitler. March 15, 1933. Chancellor Hitler speaks in favor of the "Emachtigungsgesetz" (an "enabling act," granting him complete powers to act without the Reichstag). In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 6:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

91956. Adolf Hitler. May 17, 1933. Chancellor Hitler speaks to the Reischstag about the disarmament forced on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty has caused millions to be unemployed, the National Socialists only want to defend against the evils of Communism. Germany's armaments are compared to those of the rest of the world. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 22:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

91958. Adolf Hitler. October 16, 1933. Chancellor Hitler speaks about quitting the League of Nations (Germany did leave the League 3 days later). His reasons can be found in the Treaty of Versailles and the suffering of the German people. In German, no English. . 2:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

97284. Adolf Hitler. October 24, 1933. Germany. A speech from the Berliner Sportspalast. Hitler's address is complete. He pleads with the German people to win equality for Germany abroad and for domestic peace at home. In German, no English. "The Versailles treaty cannot be grasped by a man's common sense." "An indifferent world has never realized what we have suffered." "The world insists on doubting our love of peace." Adolf Hitler. 57:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Part of continuing coverage.

91959. Adolf Hitler. September 5, 1934. The 6th annual rally of the Reisches Party. Chancellor Hitler speaks from the Apollo Theatre in Nuremberg. He goes over the history of the German people and the need for more "living space." He considers a Germany united under his party to be a barrier against Bolshevism and Communism. He summarizes Germany's arts and culture. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 9:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

91960. Adolf Hitler. September 9, 1934. The 6th annual rally of the Reiches Party. Chancellor Hitler speaks to the youth of the Party from Nuremberg. Germany's hope for the future is in the hands of the younger members of the Party. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 3:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

91955. Adolf Hitler. April 4, 1935. A large meeting in the Berlin Sportspalast. Joseph Goebbels speaks about this great moment, Chancellor Hitler speaks about the party spirit and how it will be the savior of the Fatherland. Now, we must convince those Germans who are not yet with us. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels. 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

91957. Adolf Hitler. September 9, 1936. Chancellor Hitler speaks at a National Socialist rally at Nuremberg, shortly after the close of the summer Olympic games. He speaks about the arts, Bolshevism, Democracy and anarchy. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 21:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

92044. Adolf Hitler. May 20, 1937. An address from Berchesgaden (near Munich). Chancellor Hitler speaks about National Socialist production in earlier times. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 20:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

92047. Adolf Hitler. February 20, 1938. An address to the German Reichstag. Chancellor Hitler speaks about economic plans and "living room" for Germans. There are 140 people per square kilometer. "Germany has no difficulties with England, other than colonial matters. There is no reason for a conflict." In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

82500. Adolf Hitler. February 24, 1938. NBC net. Sustaining. The broadcast originates from The Burgerbrau Beer Hall in Munich, the site of Hitler's 1933 putsch. German troops had entered Austria twelve days previously. In German with no English translation. The speech was also carried on Mutual and CBS. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering. 1:03:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

13592. Adolf Hitler. March 12, 1938. Germany. Sustaining. The conclusion of Hitler's speech from Linz, Austria, songs and celebrations, readings of Goebbels' statement. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 23:17. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete as above.

92045. Adolf Hitler. March 13, 1938. Speaking from the town hall of Linz, Austria, Chancellor Hitler speaks about Austria becoming a part of Germany. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 7:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

92046. Adolf Hitler. March 15, 1938. Chancellor Hitler, speaking from the bacony of the Hapsburg Palace of Vienna ("The Hofburg"), proclaims Austria a part of Germany before a large crowd. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

91859. Adolf Hitler. March 19, 1938. Not a broadcast, in fact the speech was top secret. Joseph Goebbels briefly introduces Hitler, who gives instructions to members of the Nazi party about the coming plebiscite to be held on April 10, 1938. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels. 66:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

63948. Adolf Hitler. September 26, 1938. Mr. Hitler speaks about the poor conditions in Czechoslovakia. "My patience regarding the Sudetandland is at an end." In German with simultaneous English. Adolf Hitler. 4:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

91943. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1939. An address to the Reichstag about Poland and other countries' hatred of Germany. On the 6th anniversary of his coming to power, Hitler threatens the Jews. He predicts the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 13:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

12183. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1939. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. An address to the Reichstag, with simultaneous English. The Chancellor is introduced by Goering. A detailed discussion of the "Jewish Problem." "No one in Germany has ever been persecuted because of their religion." Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering. 2:28:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12186. Adolf Hitler. April 1, 1939. Germany, Mutual net aircheck. A rebroadcast, from Wilhelmshaven, of the speech canceled by transmission difficulties (see above). An address at the launching of a warship. No English. See cat. #12185 for an attempted transmission of this address, see cat. #13773 for ceremonies from Wilhelmshaven after Chancellor Hitler's speech. Adolf Hitler. 60:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent shortwave audio. Complete.

12187. Adolf Hitler. April 28, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. From Berlin, an address to a special session of the Reichstag. With simultaneous English. A reply to President Roosevelt's "message of peace." The session concludes with the singing of, "Deutschland Uber Alles." The ceremonies are complete, the conclusion to the Mutual net coverage has been deleted. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering, P. Howard Barringer (translator). 2:24:22. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Complete as above.

12192. Adolf Hitler. September 1, 1939. Pool feed from Germany, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the Reichstag, dealing with the Polish Crisis. With simultaneous English. The Chancellor is distressed that the German minorities are being mistreated in Poland. Minister of the Interior Frick conducts a vote on Hitler's proposals...it passes. Adolf Hitler, Wilhelm Frick. 1:01:00. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

12196. Adolf Hitler. September 19, 1939. Danzig, Poland origination, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. Hitler's victorious speech from conquered Poland. With simultaneous English. Adolf Hitler, Charles Huntington (English translator). 1:29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

91945. Adolf Hitler. October 6, 1939. An address to the Reichstag on the first 5 weeks of the war. Chancellor Hitler reports on the fighting and the victory in Poland. "The pet lapdog of the western democracies cannot be considered a cultured nation at all." In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 24:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12198. Adolf Hitler. October 6, 1939. Berlin origination, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the German Reichstag, after the Polish victory, with simultaneous English. Hitler is introduced and followed by Field Marshal Goering. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering, H. W. Coleman (English translator). 1:27:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12202. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1940. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the German people on the seventh anniversary of the National Socialists rise to power. With simultaneous English. Shortwave reception varies. The final 22:45 of the program only. Adolf Hitler, H. W. Coleman (translator). 22:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

12203. Adolf Hitler. February 24, 1940. Germany, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. Chancellor Hitler's reply to Prime Minister Chamberlain. He foresees the start of a, "New Era." "God doesn't want the English to have everything," "We have to conquer." The broadcast originates from Munich and is in German with simultaneous English. Adolf Hitler. 1:20:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12205. Adolf Hitler. July 19, 1940. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the Reichstag. Introduced by Goering, with simultaneous English. Scandinavian intrigues, victories in France, several awards of medals for bravery and promotions are announced, including Goering who is given the Iron Cross. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering. 1:40:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12206. Adolf Hitler. December 10, 1940. German National Radio (Deutsches Rundfunk), Mutual net recording. Sustaining. An address to the German armament workers, in German, without translation. The chancellor gives a history of German unification, says the "have" nations (the Democracies) are against the "have nots" (Germany). "We do not possess gold, we possess labor." "I will carry on the struggle to the last breath." See cat. #12207 for an English summary of the address. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels. 1:42:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

12208. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1941. DJB/DJL Berlin origination, Mutual net recording. Sustaining. A speech to the German people, from the Sports Palace on the eighth anniversary of his rise to power. An historic review of the German people, why the English hate us, we really didn't lose the World War. In German, with a summary in English after the speech. Hitler is introduced by Goebbels. Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels. 2:10:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12209. Adolf Hitler. February 24, 1941. Germany, Mutual net recording. Sustaining. "A twenty-first anniversary" address. In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. 1:39:31. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

12210. Adolf Hitler. May 4, 1941. Berlin origination, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the Reichstag, with simultaneous English. Hitler gives a war summary and announces the conquest of Greece. The recording conludes with a not-quite-complete English summary. Reischmarshal Goering is heard after Chancellor Hitler. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Goering. 1:56:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

12211. Adolf Hitler. December 11, 1941. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. With simultaneous English. An address to the 5th meeting of the Reichstag. A war summary, announcement of the formation of "The Axis" and a declaration of war against the United States. Adolf Hitler. 1:38:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

14256. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1942. Germany. Sustaining. In German, with no English. Probably the ninth anniversary address to the Reichstag. Adolf Hitler. 30:56. Audio condition: Good to very good. Excerpts.

12212. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1942. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. In German, no English. Probably Chancellor Hitler's 9th anniversary address to the Reichstag. See also cat. #14256. Adolf Hitler. 24:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

12213. Adolf Hitler. April 26, 1942. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the Reichstag, with simultaneous English. Hitler blames the Jews for everything, calls for sacrifice to win the war, alibis for the Eastern Front failures, vilifies Roosevelt. Adolf Hitler. 1:15:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69014. Adolf Hitler. September 30, 1942. DJO (Berlin), 11,721 kc.. Sustaining. A speech in German (no English) to what sounds like a large audience. Hitler hints that it might have been a mistake to attack Stalingrad, all he wanted to achieve was a bridgehead over the Volga and nothing more. He brags about the capture of the oil fields in the Caucasus, of reaching the Black Sea and of the success of the U-Boats. He speaks against "International Jewery and Free Masons," Roosevelt and "The Plutocracy." This might be a continuation, begining or duplicate of cat. #68649 Adolf Hitler. 10:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68649. Adolf Hitler. September 30, 1942. DJD (Berlin, Germany) 11,721 Kc.. Sustaining. The program originates from Berlin, In German with no English. A meeting is being held that includes bands and what sounds like a large number of people. A narrator describes the scene before Hitler speaks. The 4th War-Winter-Relief Work. The first 31:22 of the program only. The conclusion of Hitler's speech might be cat. #69014. Adolf Hitler. 31:22. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

68854. Adolf Hitler. November 8, 1942. Germany. Sustaining. A speech to a Nazi Party rally. An address in German, no English. See also cat. #12217, which may or may not duplicate this recording. Adolf Hitler. 43:54. Audio condition: Very good. Apparently complete.

12217. Adolf Hitler. November 8, 1942. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. An address to the Nazi Party. The final 15:08 minutes of the broadcast only. In German, no English. See cat. #68854 for longer coverage of this event, which may or may not duplicate this recording. Adolf Hitler. 15:08. Audio condition: Excellent shortwave audio. Incomplete.

91952. Adolf Hitler. March 21, 1943. An address in Berlin on "Heldengedenkfeier" ("Hero's Day"). In German, no English. Adolf Hitler. . Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

12215. Adolf Hitler. September 10, 1943. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. In German, no English. Plus patriotic music. Adolf Hitler. 29:55. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

12218. Adolf Hitler. December 31, 1944. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. In German, no English. With patriotic music fill. Adolf Hitler. 58:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

12216. Adolf Hitler. January 30, 1945. From Berlin, Mutual net aircheck. Sustaining. Possibly a speech in honor of the twelfth anniversary of his rise to power. In German, no English. Plus martial music before and after the speech. Adolf Hitler. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

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