At Nazi Party's First Mass Rally Hitler Denounces the 'November Criminals' Hot

At Nazi Party's First Mass Rally Hitler Denounces the 'November Criminals'

Adolf Hitler, 1923

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At the Nazi Party's first mass rally, Adolf Hitler denounces the "November Criminals" and calls for Germans to exact "vengeance for the perjured deed of November 9, 1918."

Attacks on those who surrendered to end World War I will play an important role in the rhetoric of all conservative and nationalist political movements in Germany, including the Nazi Party.

The people held responsible for Germany's surrender are consistently identified as Jews, communists, and liberals. There's never any blame attached to the military or the conservatives who instigated the war in the first place.

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