To Be German Means to Be Concise: A Speech by Adolf Hitler Regarding Art & Culture at the German Culture Day Conference, Sept. 4 1934 in Nuremberg.
By Adolf Hitler, Translated by Theresa Wettstein. Never before translated into English, Adolf Hitler discusses why he rejects “decadent” art and what kind of art he believed nurtured the European culture-soul.
Which cultures did Hitler think were part of the Aryan tradition?
And which did he think were poisoning the minds and hearts of the people of Germany?
This booklet is also loaded with black and white photos of a wide variety of Third Reich artwork and architecture.
Translated by Theresa Wettstein.
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 32 pages, color covers, 5.5 x 8.5