Hitler Denounces Democracy to Crowd in Stuttgart Hot

Hitler Denounces Democracy to Crowd in Stuttgart

Adolf Hitler, 1930

Adolf Hitler, speaking to a crowd of over 25,000 in Stuttgart, Germany, denounces democracy and calls for an end to democracy in Germany.

According to Hitler:

"What is driving the great masses into our movement is the feeling that once again our nation stands at a turning point in history.... Germany's great destiny cannot be realized through democracy, which is the system of stupidity, cowardice, weakness, and half-heartedness."
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