SORT BY Relevancy
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
On May 6, 1937 at 7:25 pm the Hindenburg was docking at the Lakehurst, NJ Naval Air Station when the tragedy occurred. The hydrogen filled airship ignited and was destroyed within 35 seconds. There were 36 fatalities, but surprisingly, 52 managed to survive this disaster. In the 1930s, Germany was reclaiming its rightful position in the world. Recognition and prestige for the German people were both earned and deserved. Could this tragedy have been the result of sabotage? If it was sabotage, then who would do such a thing to so many innocent people? Why would anyone have a grudge against Germany? Indeed, who could possibly have an "axe to grind" over the successes of the German People. We will discuss more details of this tragedy and the suspected sabotage on the show tonight.
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the May 20-June 4, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:
Hitler explains how he raised the standard of living for showgirls and dancers;
He describes in detail his assumption of power, including his negotiations with Von Papen, Generals Schleicher and Hammerstein, and the "Old Gentleman" Hindenburg;
How his relationship with Hindenburg became very warm and close;
Treatment of spies and war-time criminals must be the most severe -- compares them to the idealist at the Front;
Approves of a movie film about Lola Montez and Ludwig ! of Bavaria;
Artists should be recognized in their lifetimes -- Mozart, Bruckner and Haydn -- Vienna compared to Munich as art capitals;
Hitler advises to follow nature in designing aircraft and ships -- the importance and difficulty of invention;
Murder in Prague -- Hitler reacts angrily to the assassination of the"irreplaceable" Reinhard Heydrich and orders that all must obey regulations intended to ensure their safety.
Jeff and Chris welcome (back) their long-time friend from a stint in the wild. In Matt's story relapse is indeed a part of recovery.
Legal drugs / How powerful synthetic drugs will upend drug markets globally / Washington Post
Hindenburg crashing / 1937 / Associate Press / public domain via Wikimedia
Go to www.BuildYourBunker.com STOP The Government Taxation Of Your Financial Future!
Triple witching is coming this fall to financial markets everywhere. Tune in and listen to what best selling author Rick Bueter has to say and what you should do to prepare.
August 28, 2013- INAUGURAL BROADCAST
Field Marshall Paul von Hindenburg, A Career
In this inaugural broadcast of World View Foundations, the life and career of Field Marshall Paul von Hindenburg will be reviewed.
Field Marshall von Hindenburg is portrayed by “Court Historians” as a senile old man who surrendered Germany to the evil Hitler and Nazis. This is false and an insult to a great Aryan whose career spanned the Foundations of the German Nation, he was present as a young Lieutenant at the official proclamation of the German Reich in 1871, he served in the Franco Prussian war and thus had the distinction of having been an officer under Bismarck and Wilhelm I through the end of the German Monarchy. Hindenburg actually retired before the Great War and was recalled to service by Wilhelm II and became the hero of the Battle of Tannenberg and exposed the Jewish “Stab in the back after the loss on 1918 and became the first elected President of Germany in 1925.
As President, von Hindenburg appointed Adolf Hitler as Chancellor in a Coalition NSDAP-Nationalist Government on January 30, 1933. Hindenburg died in August 1934 and was succeeded by Hitler.
Several myths will be debunked:
Hindenburg approved of Operation Hummingbird – The Night of the Long Knives
Hitler referred to von Hindenburg as “The Old gentlemen until the end of his “Hitler’s life”
Hindenburg retained control of several facets of Government until his death in August 1934, including the Reichswehr, the German Army.
Modern Germany’s disgraceful treatment of von Hindenburg while honoring his Leftist predecessor Ebert.
Visit World View Foundations at: www.wvfoundations.org
Review of OZ, Subsidizing of movies, CG controversy, Blog announcement, 3D movies of 2013 and those that will hit $1B mark, Justin t and SNL cast and thier movie hits, BR reviews including Wreck It Ralph, Willowm, Rise of Guardians, Roger Rabbit and more, cable reviews of Vikings and Hindenburg.
Jedi Mind Meld pt. 2 postponed till next week.
Peter Berkos’ career in Sound Editing began in live radio in the 1940’s on a small station in Hines, Illinois. He moved to Hollywood in 1950 and began creating sound effects for movies and television in a career that spanned over 35 years. In that time he worked on close to 300 motion pictures, and over 1,000 television shows.
His impressive list of important feature films are:
The Sting Thoroughly Modern Millie The Great Waldo Pepper Sweet Charity Slap Shot Grey Lady Down True Grit The Hindenburg for which he won the Academy Award in 1975 His television credits include the popular series Battlestar Galactica, Buck Rogers in the 25 Century, and 77 Sunset Strip.
Berkos was awarded a lifetime achievement Award from his peers in 1996 for his outstanding career in sound editing.
Today, Peter is in semi-retirement, but keeps his creative juices flowing through his novel writing and facilitating the Rancho Bernardo Writers Group.
Todays show is in loving memory of Sgt. Daniel J. Brown killed hours ago in the Kandahar province, Afghanistan. By A IED.
Does any of this look or sound familiar?
On February 28, 1933--the day after the Reichstag fire--President Hindenburg and Chancellor Hitler invoked Article 48 of the Weimar Constitution, which permitted the suspension of civil liberties in a time of national emergency.
A Decree which gave Government Complete & TOTAL CONTROL & removed the following rights from the people:
Free expression of opinion and of the press, Right of assembly & association, Right to privacy of postal and electronic communications, Protection against unlawful searches and seizures, Individual property rights States' right of self-government. Also do NOT forget : A supplemental decree created the SA (Storm Troops) and SS (Special Security) Federal police agencies.
'Aka Homeland Security. Sound familiar? Thus, emergency orders of February 28, 1933, read: "Paragraphs 114, 115, 117, 118, 123, 124, and 153 in the German Reich Constitution are provisionally null and void. Accordingly, the restrictions on personal freedom and the right to express opinions freely, including freedoms of the press, association, and assembly; monitoring of letters, cables, and telephone calls, searches of homes, and expropriation of property, and restrictions thereon, are hereby revoked within the limits previously stipulated in the law.
" Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" - George Santayana