The Day of German Art

By Kyle Hunt

“The Day of German Art” (Tag der deutschen Kunst) was a parade held in Munich under the National Socialists, which first corresponded with the laying of the cornerstone for the House of German Art (Haus der Deutschen Kunst) on October 15, 1933. The parade took place again in 1937 when the building was finished and was to be held annually from then on out, but the last time year for the festivities was in 1939 due to the onset of the war.

When considering the Third Reich, most people today only think about the fake Holocaust or the horrors of the war, but rarely do we get a glimpse into the German folk soul that arose during their brief freedom from jewish tyranny. It makes my heart break thinking about how Aryan beauty and culture would have flourished in the world had the Allies not utterly decimated the Germans at the behest of jewish capitalists and jewish communists.

The footage here is from the spectacular National Socialist pageant called the Day of German Art, held in München on the weekend of 14-16 July, 1939. The festival extolled the roots of Germanic culture down through the ages and the original German character, and reflect the power and grandeur of the Third Reich.

The Germanic tribes were brave, warlike, generous and noble minded; their pagan religion was based on the natural cycle and worship of the Sun as a symbol of ever renewed life — the meaning of the Swastika. Their cardinal virtues included: loyalty to the family and clan, heroism in the face of death, readiness for battle, and closeness to the soil. These warrior values of the Nordic spirit find symbolic expression in the Nibelungenlied and other sagas; in the cult of Valhalla, and in the Viking ships which expressed the fearlessness, love of adventure, of booty, and the freedom residing in the ancestral spirit. These Nordic sagas are in fact the religion of the Germanic people and a reminder of its unbroken racial continuity and strength.

Source: The Day of German Art

Published in: on September 20, 2016 at 7:58 pm  Leave a Comment  

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