March 7, 1936
Men of the German Reichstag!
The President of the German Reichstag, Party Comrade Goring, convened today’s session at my request in order to give you an opportunity to hear a declaration from the Reich Government pertaining to questions which instinctively are regarded not only by yourselves but by the entire German Volk as important, if not to say decisive.
When in the gray November days of 1918 the curtain was lowered on the bloody tragedy of the Great War …
However, I have a right to lay these views of mine open before you gentlemen, Deputies of the Reichstag, for they constitute both the explanation for our own political experience, for our internal work among the Volk and for our external standpoint.
Since the rest of the world often talks about a “German question,” it will be wise to reach for ourselves an objective clarification…
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