Headline June 13, 2015/ ''' ADOLF HITLER : THOUSAND-YEAR REICH '''



O'' STUDENTS  -great and worthy and honourable and brave the world over......,

O'' Students of the revered host, !WOW! and Pakistan, the Tax filing times is on. May I have the honour, to  request every single Pakistani individual to pay-up what they owe to the country and the future. For........

*Not to remember, or to be overwhelmed by memory, are equally dangerous. The students. the world over, the students of Pakistan deserve much better. Their future is at stake*.


Minister of Propaganda and since July, 1944,  ''Reich Plenipotentiary for Total War,''  and his wife,  Magda.

Before Ending Their Own Lives, They Murdered Their Six Children, Five Girls And A Boy; The oldest, Student Helga was  12 , the youngest Hedi, just, just, just, 4.

THE HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE is littered and littered,  with the wreckage of regimes, many of them defeated after long and bloody struggles.

BUT, but,  there is nothing in modern European history quite like the destructive fury with which Adolf Hitler's  Thousand-Year Reich came to an end.

LONG, long after any hope of victory had been extinguished, the government's supporters kept on fighting, killing not only their enemies, both real and imagined, but also many of their fellow countrymen whose commitments to the cause seemed to waver. 

And finally they began to kill themselves.    

Dr Goebbels path to his death in the bunker below the ruins of Hitler's Chancellery began in 1924, when he became a founding member of a chapter of the National Socialist Workers Party in his hometown of, Rheydt, a small city in the Rhineland, not far from Dusseldorf.

That year Goebbels turned 27 years old, without past accomplishment or future prospects: unmarried, unemployed and still living at home, he was the author of an unpublished doctoral dissertation on a deservedly obscure German writer and a few unfinished works of autobiographical fiction.  

The National Socialists, a small, isolated and deeply divided group on the radical fringe of German right-wing politics, turned out to  the perfect instrument through which Goebbels could achieve the historical destiny that, despite all evidence to the contrary, he firmly believed was to be his.

Among this crowd of misfits and fanatics, his talents were impressive. Energetic, relatively efficient, unencumbered by an excessive political ideas but remarkably adept at expressing the movement's hatreds and frustrations, Goebbels quickly acquired ever greater responsibility.

His big break came in 1926, when he was sent to take over the faltering Nazi operation in Berlin. While his record as a Gauleiter in the German capital was by no means as triumphant as he often claimed, he was able to create an effective organisation-

Manage deep internal divisions and attract a small but committed following. 

Thanks in part to his management skills and oratorical gifts, the party survived the Weimar Republic's brief period of stability and was in a position to take advantage of the political and social turmoil unleashed by the Great depression.   

What exactly did Dr Joseph Goebbels believe in?

Pete Longerich. the author of several important books on the history of Nazi Germany and the founder of the Holocaust Research Center at the University of London, rejects the conventional portrait of him as a cynical opportunist.

But he admits that  ''even after a careful perusal of his extensive writings, the reader remains unclear as to what Dr. Joseph Goebbels's political agenda was and what political maxims he was advocating.''

The Honour and Serving of the ''Historical Operational Research'' continues. Thank you for reading, and maybe getting knowledged.

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