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A 1932-1945 Hitler's Inferno Record.

A1. Adolf Hitler Speaks In Rome. Speech – Adolf Hitler. Most of these songs and speeches were taken from German radio stations after the war. Their joyous quality is frightening, when one thinks of the murder and destruction that followed. It must never happen again in the civilized world. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): ARLP‒2445‒1.

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in words,in music 1932-1945 Marching Songs of Nazi Germany.

B2. B3. B4. –The Small Berlin School Children. Quote from the sleeve: Never before has this shocking material been heard in the United States.

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Hitler's personal convictions, Nazi ideology, and what he deemed to be the wishes and hopes of many people, came together in deciding where it would be politically most advantageous to begin. The first essay explores the political strategies used by the Third Reich to gain support for its ideologies and programs, and each following essay concentrates on one group of outsiders. In Harmful and Undesirable, Guenter Lewy analyzes the various strategies that the Nazis employed to enact censorship and the government officials who led the attack on a free intellectual life, including Martin Bormann, Philipp Bouhler, Joseph Goebbels, and Alfred Rosenberg. The Propaganda Ministry played a leading role in the censorship campaign, supported by an array of organizations at both the state and local levels. Kater tackles the issue of whether the Nazi regime, because it held music in crassly utilitarian regard, acted on musicians in such a way as to consolidate or atomize the profession. Kater's examination of the value of music for the regime and the degree to which the regime attained a positive propaganda and palliative effect through the manner in which it manipulated its musicians, and by extension, German music, is of importance for understanding culture in totalitarian systems.

Tracklist

A1 Adolf Hitler Speaks In Rome. 1937
A2 Unknown Artist The Crowd Cheer And Sing, "Deutschland Über Alles"
A3 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Die Fahne Hoch" (Horst Wessel Lied)
A4 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Heil Hitler Dir!"
A5 Paul Joseph Goebbels* Introduces Adolf Hitler. 1934
B1 Adolf Hitler Speaks In Vienna. 1939
B2 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Heil Deutschland"
B3 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Wenn Die S.S. Und Die S.A. Aufmarschiert"
B4 The Small Berlin School Children Sing, "Die Jugend Marschiert"
B5 Goering*, Hess*, Von Ribbentrop* The Defendents, (Goering, Hess, Von Ribbentrop, Etc.) Plead "Not Guilty" At The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial

Credits

  • Narrator – Bill Forrest
  • Producer [Production Staged] – Mary Jo Devlin

Notes

Dark blue labels with silver typeset.
No catalogue number or other info on spine.
Label says Stereo Mono.

Quote from the sleeve: Never before has this shocking material been heard in the United States. Most of these songs and speeches were taken from German radio stations after the war. Their joyous quality is frightening, when one thinks of the murder and destruction that followed. It must never happen again in the civilized world.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 2445 A B1*
  • Matrix / Runout: 2445 B B1*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARLP-2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities ARLP-2445 Canada 1966
2445, LPA 2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities, Audio Rarities 2445, LPA 2445 US Unknown
ARLP-2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities ARLP-2445 US 1966
2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp) Audio Rarities 2445 US Unknown
AR-2445, LPA 2445 Various Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany ‎(LP, Comp, RE) AFE, Audio Fidelity, AFE, Audio Fidelity AR-2445, LPA 2445 US Unknown



Various - Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany album flac
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