By now you probably know that the YouTube video of the Hitler speech on the eve of the Nazi party congress was banned by Google for inciting hatred and antisemitism.
But Google is also allowing the video to be viewed by millions of users.
The video was posted by a German-language YouTube channel called German Nazi Party and shows a video of Hitler speaking at a congress in which he promises to defend Germany against the Russians.
However, the video is not a propaganda video but rather a video showing a speech by Hitler that was made public in 1923, almost 70 years ago.
The German Nazi party, which came to power in 1933, had a policy of racial segregation.
The Nazis made several statements about the Jews in the early days of their rule, but did not use the word “Jew”.
The Nazis were not against the Jews but against the non-German people who had fled to the Soviet Union.
Hitler did not want to harm non-Jewish Germans and so he did not refer to Jews as Jews in public speeches.
The Hitler speech was not considered controversial in Germany, even in 1923.
In fact, some scholars have called it one of the best speeches in history.
The speech was part of the strategy to win the war.
Hitler claimed that he could achieve victory by winning over the nonbelievers.
The speech is called “The Nazi Manifesto” and it was written by Karl Lueger, Hitler’s former chief of staff, who was the first to draft the Nazi Party manifesto.
The Nazis adopted the slogan “The People must rule over the Jews” and the party was founded by the German Jews.
It was not until the Second World War that Germany officially recognised the existence of the Jewish people and started the process of ethnic cleansing.
At the time, German Nazi parties and other extremist groups were the largest political parties in the country.
It is not known how many people in Germany are members of these groups.
Hitler was a close ally of the National Socialist Party (NSDAP) of Germany and the Nazis were also against the European Union and the international socialist movement.
But after World War II, Germany and other countries in Europe had to cope with a refugee crisis and a rise in anti-Semitism.
There was an economic boom in the wake of the war, and the economy grew dramatically.
But the economic boom was not sustainable and the government struggled to maintain the prosperity it had enjoyed in the 1920s.
It had to reduce its social spending and cut taxes.
This led to a massive drop in public spending and the German economy went into a deep recession.
Germany was in the midst of a severe economic crisis, and economic growth fell by nearly 10% in the years following the war due to inflation and low consumer prices.
It took the Nazis time to respond to the crisis, but they did so by reducing social spending, imposing a social welfare state and restricting political freedoms.
In January 1924, Hitler issued a manifesto that called for a “New Germanism” and “German Socialism” that would be based on “national self-reliance” and social cohesion.
This meant that the Nazi ideology would be integrated into the German state and the nation would be protected by the state.
The manifesto promised to “build a new Germany that will stand for a new civilization”.
The German National Socialists (NSW) party was a political party founded by Ernst Röhm, who had been a leading figure in the anti-Semitic conspiracy that was the Reichswehr, the German military service.
He had joined the Nazi movement when it was founded in 1933.
Röhm’s party, however, did not take the extreme anti-Jewish stance that Hitler did.
He was also a proponent of a national socialist society.
His party supported free trade and was a supporter of the development of Germany.
The German Social Democrats (SPD), a smaller party, supported economic reforms, but it did not advocate a strong social welfare system.
The SPD was in favour of economic reforms.
Hitler was not a particularly popular politician in Germany.
In the years between the Nazi’s rise and the Great Depression, Hitler lost his popularity and the public became increasingly disillusioned with him.
This was a key reason why Hitler did so much damage to Germany.