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Hitler: Removing Jews From Germany Necessary for True, Pure German Community

Adolf Hitler in Nuremberg, September 12, 1938

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During his closing speech at the Nuremberg Nazi Party Conference, Adolf Hitler explains that the Nazis are determined to remove Jews from Germany because it's necessary in order to create a true, pure German community. According to Hitler:

"When the question is still put to us why National Socialism fights with such fanaticism against the Jewish element in Germany, why it pressed and still presses for its removal then the answer can only be: because National Socialism desires to establish a true community of the people. ...

Because as National Socialists we can never suffer an alien race which has nothing to do with us to claim the leadership of our working people."

During this same speech, Adolf Hitler also attacks the government of Czechoslovakia, calling it a fraudulent state where a Czech hegemony denies equality and self-determination to Germans, Slovaks, Hungarians, Ukrainians, and Poles.

Hitler even accuses Czechoslovakia's President Edvard Bene of wanting to exterminate the Sudeten Germans, persecuting them along with all the other ethnic minorities in that country.


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