Der Fuhrer


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German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)

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However, according to the Wiesenthal Center, the Thai university students went further than just painting an image of Der Fuhrer on a wall.
The authors accept the now-standard criticism that "Hitler ordered it turned into a bomber" (a legacy of Adolf Galland's The First and the Last bolstered by Albert Speer's Inside the Third Reich) without considering (as Alfred Price has) whether or not der Fuhrer quite rightly recognized he needed something fairly invulnerable to conventional defenses to attack Allied surface targets, not just a new air-to-air fighter.
He focuses on Der Fuhrer Panzergrenadier Regiment and describes background on the division from 1939 to 1943 and the structure and makeup of the motorized infantry formation, from the regiment to the platoon level, and the heavy weapons, flak, artillery, reconnaissance, and supply elements.
Vatlin (Moscow: Direktmedia, 2007), 83-96; and Tikhomirov, "The Stalin Cult between Center and Periphery: The Structures of the Cult Community in the Empire of Socialism, 1949-1956--The Case of the GDR," in Der Fuhrer im Europa des 20.
"They always went berserk when Hitler arrived," says Zamperini, who shook der Fuhrer's hand at the Nazi leader's request but regarded him as a "dangerous comedian."
The young Hitler charmed her greatly--when all else failed they could always exchange anti-Semitic anecdotes--but one suspects that had she lived to witness the Third Reich, Der Fuhrer, quite as much as any Weimar Republic politician, would have found her unmanageable.
Sieg HEIL!" Peepin' passengers also noted the face of the idjit's phone displayed a photo of der fuhrer standing in front of a giant swastika.
Weary of his country's direction under Der Fuhrer, von Stauffenberg is picked by a bunch of disillusioned German officers to lead an ill-fated attempt to blow up Hitler.
The very first issue of Captain America (1941) showed the star-spangled super-soldier punching out Adolf Hitler, prompting criticism from both Nazi sympathizers and those who considered der Fuhrer Europe's problem.
And they don't come more stinking than Springtime For Hitler, a masterwork by Nazi sympathiser Fritz Liebkind (Will Ferrell) which emphasises the tender side of Der Fuhrer.
He was awarded the Knights Cross with oak leaves and swords by der Fuhrer himself.
Sattler, "Die Entwicklung der NSDAP"); Der Fuhrer, 17.11.1928; Staatsarchiv Freiburg, Bezirksamt Neustadt, (old signatur), 244/183, 10.12.1928; In Messkirch the local NSDAP chapter called his members during the local community elections (Gemeindewahlen) in 1930 to vote for the local DDP, Helmut Weisshaupt, "Die Entwicklung der NSDAP in Messkirch bis 1934," Zeitschrift Fur Hohenzollerische, Geschichte, 34 (1998), 187-201.
Like all film critics, she is quick to note the crucial importance of Laurence Olivier's 1944 film of Henry V, in which the panoramic pomp and glory, but also groundling vitality, of Elizabethan England is celebrated (in a direct and delightful aerial refutation of "wings of God" Nuremberg arrival of Der Fuhrer in Leni Riefenstahl's Triumph of the Will [1935]).
And Hitler would never have packed his Nuremberg Rallies with wide-eyed wackos if the German nation had watched der Fuhrer picking his nose and breaking wind on live television.