Just curious

Anybody knows if this is a genuine Hitler quote?: ‘My spirit will rise from the grave and the world will see I was right’.

Published in: on August 31, 2018 at 5:24 pm  Comments (9)  

9 Comments

  1. Yes, the quote by the Fuhrer is genuine, it was part of his last will and testament. The actual quote is actually much longer, that is the shortened version.

    • Do you have a link? I can only find this quote unsourced & unlinked on the net.

  2. I looked into that years ago. As far as I could tell it is fairly clear that the quote is false. NOT a Hitler quote. However, Irving thought Hitler did say something similar in a letter, but I found his argument to be weak. It is claimed by many that the quote is from his will or some say from his last political testament. It is not in either.

    The alleged quote is longer & even includes mention of a “Dixie band playing”. I can’t find the full quote now. I saved links but they are all dead now. The best I could find quickly is this http://www.hitler.org/writings/last_testament/ & this https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/hitler-s-last-will-april-1945

    Sorry the will is from a kike site. It does look like it is legit from what I can remember.

    • Just what I suspected… Thanks for the info!

      • Check your links at the Internet Archive. They may have been saved there.

  3. “Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived… he had a mystery about him in the way that he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him. He had in him the stuff of which legends are made.” – John F. Kennedy

  4. Sounds too silly to even think it is anything other than fake.

    Besides, Hitler knew his Hamlet well:

    “So long? Nay then, let the devil wear black, for I’ll have a suit of sables. O heavens! die two months ago, and not forgotten yet? Then there’s hope a great man’s memory may outlive his life half a year: but, by’r lady, he must build churches, then; or else shall he suffer not thinking on, with the hobby-horse, whose epitaph is ‘For, O, for, O, the hobby-horse is forgot.'” – Shakespeare, Hamlet

  5. Anyone who knows a little about Adolf Hitler wouldn’t even consider this a quote of his.

    • And about this quote? Slavs are a mass of born slaves in search of a Master?
      Is that a Hitler’s quote?


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