We Will Made Whole, Once Again.

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Genocide of Ethnic Europeans

Europe and America’s political elite, judicial and law enforcement agencies, educational and media apparatus, are liable for prosecution for genocide relating to ethnic Europeans.

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The Party’s Young Array

by Reichs Youth Führer Arthur Axmann.

It is from past dynasties that ruling sovereigns usually take over the leadership in their country without any significant struggle.

The personality of Adolf Hitler however, conquered the nation in a unique struggle started deep within his people. He gave us the Weltanschauung that dominates the 20th century and he initiated the National Socialist Movement that took control over the state. With giant steps the Führer stormed ahead and using all means of the state to found the Greater German Reich, further adapting reality to his idea. The world envied his state of order and social justice and therefore declared war on us. Up to now however, Adolf Hitler’s people’s army defeated all enemies, wherever they met them. The dynamic force behind our revolution and our constructive work is and always will be the Führer’s first foundation: the party. It has always been the tragedy of most great men that their life work went to the grave with them. They had no followers and no movement. It is the duty of the NSDAP to make sure that Adolf Hitler’s creation will last throughout all time. The party is our people’s order. To select the best of the new generation who will join this order, is the first responsibility of the Hitler Youth. The best and most natural selective method is combat. This fact became evident in the first years of our Movement and now in time of war. Wherever youth lacks the experience of combat, the selection has to be achieved through education and testing in special situations under special guidelines. In this way the eight years of work in the Hitler Youth have to be completed with regard to the law that demands an elite for the party. This elite is mainly expressed in the leaders. This is why youth leaders should be the first to become party members. Next to them, all those volunteers among the Hitler Youth are admitted to the party when they have proved their excellent worth both in character and performance. Doing one’s duties in the Hitler Youth is the best preparation for the party.


German youth is instructed in the different questions that affect youth in all fields of life. Thus it makes the Weltanschauung of all German boys and girls’ uniform. There is an important significance to the simple fact that every week there is one day when our youth is instructed and educated on the questions and views of life. In this way, a foundation is put down in everyday life which allows for our goal that the political union of the Reich will always root in a unified Weltanschauung. Through games, outdoor orientation and camps, through basic physical education, through Reich sports competitions and sports events in the districts, youth is trained to be physically skilled, tough, durable and resilient.


High performance sports are the reason German athletes are increasingly recognized throughout the world. In the camp for pre-military training youth prepares itself with enthusiasm in appropriate forms of military service. Most important, they develop their natural instincts. Along with a general education for everybody, the new recruits for the Air Force, the Navy, the Mobile Units and the Signal Battalions are especially trained in special groups. Our cultural work makes it possible for children to experience the highest values of our nation and thus deepen their sensitivity.


The Hitler Youth’s ring of events, the Weimarer Festspiele, the days of music and theater as well as songs and construction work prove the worth of our cultural work. It is exactly this combination of military training and education in the fine arts that reveals the nature of German national education. Social work demonstrates the will of the young to face reality and their preparedness to master the sorrows of everyday life. Thus, their belief in German socialism is strengthened in daily spade work. Job competition proves the desire for high professional performance. The stipends for the talented prove the effort in the community to make the most of correct and natural resources. A healthy way of life cures defects in youth and it serves as a prophylactic measure to maintain the resources of our nation. The work we do in legal matters serves the purpose to arrive at laws for the young which consider their special character and the maturing process of our growing folk companion group. In rural areas the Hitler Youth transformed the movement toward a farming union. The reformation of a new German farming generation, directed towards a settlement in the German East starts here. This process adds practical meaning to the giant fight of our heroic soldiers. Instruction in German nationalism and a look at foreign nations brings the Hitler Youth together with their comrades from all European countries and thus enables them to see our nation from the outside. Besides these duties our youth are currently in action in our home country. They are helping neighbors, assisting in shops and hospitals, they are harvesting and taking part in the building of playgrounds. These are but a few examples that show the extent to which the practical work of the Hitler Youth is appropriate to prepare future party members for their great tasks.


What is decisive however, is the fact that the Führer-initiated process of growing together as a nation has become actual reality in the Hitler Youth. This means that a Hitler boy, despite all separating forces in life, will always act as a young German. It is crucial that he loves all those traits and virtues which made our nation develop greatness and strength. This young boy should have the attitude of a fighter who cannot be broken by the storms of life. He should not give in to early resistance, he should be steady and persistent. He should praise what makes him tough. He should prefer action to lip-service and political slogans. He must be modest when a day’s work is done and he knows how much is still left to do. He must not chatter but be silent. For him, loyalty must be the highest honor. Most of all he must preserve for himself the power of faith in our ideals, which in our nation is the strongest power ever to make history. May he always keep alive the divine spark of enthusiasm. He must never expect from others what he himself is not ready to do. The young community must never seclude itself. It has to live and work in close connection with the party and its sub-divisions. The best suited workers in all fields of life organically grow out of the lines of our youth. Thus we will try hard year after year, so that we can offer the party the elite of our youth. We grew out of the party and it will forever be our home. We all expect that the new party members will be a credit to the Hitler Youth in their new fields of duty.


Most of all, it is our duty to restrict admittance to the party to those we are certain belong to that minority that by virtue of their value, always wrote history.

ADOLF HITLER at the last day of the Party Congress during
the Party Day „Triumph of the Will“ on 10 September 1934

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Joachim Schepke


Joachim Schepke (8 March 1912 – 17 March 1941) was a German U-boat commander during World War II. He was the seventh recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves (German: Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes mit Eichenlaub). The Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross and its higher grade Oak Leaves was awarded by the Third Reich to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. It was Germany’s highest military decoration at the time of its presentation to Joachim Schepke.


Schepke was the son of a naval officer, and he joined the Reichsmarine in 1930. In 1934 he was assigned to the newly created U-boat arm, and in 1938 he commanded U-3. At the outbreak of World War II he took U3 to war against Allied shipping. After a short stint commanding U-19 and serving in a staff position Schepke received the command of U-100, a Type VIIb boat. After 5 patrols in U-100 she was heavily damaged on 17 March 1941 by depth charges from HMS Walker andVanoc while executing an attack on Convoy HX-112. U-100 was forced to surface and was detected on radar and consequently rammed by Vanoc. Schepke and 37 crew members perished in the ocean; six crew members were rescued. Schepke was last reported on the bridge of U-100. When Vanoc rammed his boat, he was crushed into his own periscope standards, and he went down with his boat.

Schepke claimed to have sunk 37 ships, for a total of 213,310 gross register tons (GRT), and damaged 4 more. If true, this would have made him the third skipper to have sunk over 200,000 tons. While he did positively sink 34 ships, he was known to Admiral Dönitz and throughout the fleet to exaggerate his tonnage claims; fellow U-boat men came to use the expression “Schepke tonnage” to reference them. Nonetheless, with 34 ships Schepke ranked first in number of ships sunk, and was recommended by Dönitz for Knight’s cross with Oak Leaves for this achievement.

Schepke, Günther Prien and Otto Kretschmer were friendly rivals in the U-boat service, and were the most famous U-boat commanders in the early years of the war, where all except Kretschmer eventually met their ends. Schepke was the favourite of these three, because in contrast to Kretschmer he was a convinced NSDAP party member. He wrote and illustrated the book “U-Boot Fahrer von Heute” (U-Boat Men of today) in 1940 (Berlin, Deutscher Verlag 1940). In February 1941 he made a speech in the Berlin Sportpalast for thousands of Berlin schoolchildren about the U-boat war. Before and after his death the German propaganda ministry held him as an example for German youth to follow.


Summary of career

Ships attacked

As a U-boat commander of U-3, U-19 and U-100, Schepke is credited with the sinking of 36 ships for a total of 153,677 gross register tons (GRT), further damaging four ships of 17,229 GRT and additionally damaging one more ship so heavily that it was a total loss of 2,205 GRT.

Date U-boat Ship Nationality Tonnage
30 September 1939 U-3 Vendia  Denmark 1,150 Sunk
30 September 1939 U-3 Gun  Sweden 1,198 Sunk
9 January 1940 U-19 Manx  Norway 1,343 Sunk
23 January 1940 U-19 Battanglia  United Kingdom 1,523 Sunk
23 January 1940 U-19 Pluto  Denmark 1,598 Sunk
25 January 1940 U-19 Everene  Denmark 4,434 Sunk
25 January 1940 U-19 Gudveig  Denmark 1,300 Sunk
19 March 1940 U-19 Charkow  Denmark 1,026 Sunk
19 March 1940 U-19 Minsk  Denmark 1,229 Sunk
20 March 1940 U-19 Bothal  Denmark 2,109 Sunk
20 March 1940 U-19 Viking  Denmark 1,153 Sunk
16 August 1940 U-100 Empire Merchant  United Kingdom 4,864 Sunk
25 August 1940 U-100 Jamaica Pioneer  United Kingdom 5,471 Sunk
29 August 1940 U-100 Dalblair  United Kingdom 4,608 Sunk
29 August 1940 U-100 Hartismere  United Kingdom 5,498 Damaged
29 August 1940 U-100 Astra II  United Kingdom 2,393 Sunk
29 August 1940 U-100 Alida Gorthon  Sweden 2,373 Sunk
29 August 1940 U-100 Empire Moose  United Kingdom 6,103 Sunk
21 September 1940 U-100 Canonesa  United Kingdom 8,286 Sunk
21 September 1940 U-100 Torinia  United Kingdom 10,364 Sunk
21 September 1940 U-100 Dalcairn  United Kingdom 4,608 Sunk
22 September 1940 U-100 Empire Airman  United Kingdom 6,586 Sunk
22 September 1940 U-100 Scholar  United Kingdom 3,940 Sunk
22 September 1940 U-100 Frederick S. Fales  United Kingdom 10,525 Sunk
22 September 1940 U-100 Simla  Norway 6,031 Sunk
18 October 1940 U-100 Shekatika  United Kingdom 5,458 Damaged
18 October 1940 U-100 Boekelo  Netherlands 2,118 Damaged
19 October 1940 U-100 Blairspey  United Kingdom 4,155 Damaged
20 October 1940 U-100 Caprella  United Kingdom 8,230 Sunk
20 October 1940 U-100 Sitala  United Kingdom 6,218 Sunk
20 October 1940 U-100 Loch Lomond  United Kingdom 5,452 Sunk
23 November 1940 U-100 Justitia  United Kingdom 4,562 Sunk
23 November 1940 U-100 Bradfyne  United Kingdom 4,740 Sunk
23 November 1940 U-100 Ootmarsum  Netherlands 3,628 Sunk
23 November 1940 U-100 Bruse  Norway 2,205 Total Loss
23 November 1940 U-100 Salonica  Norway 2,694 Sunk
23 November 1940 U-100 Leise Maersk  United Kingdom 3,136 Sunk
23 November 1940 U-100 Bussum  Netherlands 3,636 Sunk
14 December 1940 U-100 Kyleglen  United Kingdom 3,670 Sunk
14 December 1940 U-100 Euphorbia  United Kingdom 3,380 Sunk
18 December 1940 U-100 Napier Star  United Kingdom 10,116 Sun


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We Should Have Listened to Adolf Hitler

When all the evidence regarding the social program and political program of the Third Reich is analyzed, the conclusion many are now reaching is that Hitler was right.

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