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Click watch on you tube to see this.

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Had to look it up and put this one up as yours doesn't come through. I'm sure I've watched all of these over the years. None of the others worked either. Odd.


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He sounds happy!

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Well, the Krupp workers were certainly happy... he had sent a lot of orders for steel and cannons their way .

"[If] you hold my work to have been right, if you believe that I have consistently worked during these years, having applied myself, that I have properly spent my time in the service of my people, if you now have a voice, if yes, then express yourself to me..."

"Yes!"

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I watched the whole video, Tink...muted that awful, ominous music...I did not realize the significance of May Day in 1939 Germany.

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Yes, the Nazis co-opted Mayday, not entirely as a celebration of manual labor, but in celebration of the Volksgemeinschaft, or people's community, where everyone worked in coordination (Gleichschaltung) with the Nazi state. But of course they paid lip service to labor, at least until elections were de facto abolished.

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"Workers: Vote for the front-soldier Hitler!"

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Got it Tink tx

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