The Third Reich was doing the Lords work on earth. On January 30th 1933, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. From an unknown soldier in WW1 in 1919, he became master of a nation which had long been governed by Aristocratic elites. He was from a middle class family and during his early life he knew what hunger was as he had been through starvation. He fulfilled a dream of every poor and of middle class person to make it big. Eighty years later, Let us now examine, Good things that Adolf Hitler / Nazis did in 5 years of their rule that we are never taught. But first, the lies being taught: The National Socialism (NAZI) is one of the most evil political, economic and social systems in the history of the earth, made famous by their severe acts of cruelty and completely inhuman behavior etc etc etc. Now the truth: 1. Breaking free of International Financiers; When Hitler came to power, the national treasury was empty. Countless homes and farms were lost to private (Jewish controlled) Banks. The very first invention of the Third Reich was the breaking away from the international banking system, which made its money on debt finance; i.e., usury. (This act later probably caused WWII.) Nazi government thwarted the international banking cartels by issuing its own currency known as Reich Marks, free from manipulation by International Financiers. World Jewry responded by declaring a global boycott of German goods. See here. Within two years, Germany was back on its feet. It had a solid, stable currency, and no inflation. The Third Reich was building for the future, not trying to destroy the past. 2. Thriving Economy, Removing Unemployment and Zero inflation. When Hitler came to power a wheelbarrow full of 100 billion-mark banknotes could not buy a loaf of bread. Germans lived in hovels. They had no work, no money and were starving. Hitler began a national credit program by devising a plan of public works that included construction of new roads, bridges, Dams, canals, and port facilities and flood control, repair of public buildings and private residences. All these were paid for new State owned currency Reich Marks which was free from manipulation by International financiers. Hitler said, For every mark issued, we required the equivalent of a marks worth of work done, or goods produced. Women were encouraged to be homemakers thus creating jobs for unemployed men. Within two years, the unemployment problem had been solved, and Germany was back on its feet. 3. Strong family values: Maintaining the traditional family value was the principle doctrine of Nazis because they think that there was something special in children, in family and in the togetherness. Hitler was master in fixing the family to its true place. He was widely admired for his high regard for mother attitude. Poor families were helped by financial incentives. Family allowances, marriage loans and child subsidies were provided equally to each and every segment of society. The family is the primary unit around which a functioning society is built. 4. Workers Welfare Programs: In the best passage of Government largess, the Nazi regime fostered a purified liberal concept to enhance the living standard of German citizens across all segments of society. In order to stimulate the spirit of integrity, comradeship and happiness, Adolf Hitler fanned numerous programs and instituted strict rules for officials to carry them in eternal way. a) Highly Subsidized International vacation trips. b) Between 1933-1938 Strength through Joy (KDF) movement Organized 134,000 theater and concert events for 32 million people. 2 million people went on cruises and weekend trips and 11 million went on theater trips. c) Nazis ensured that every citizen had a Radio. d) 5 day week. e) Free Public Health. f) Trade Unions were banned. All workers had to join German labor Front. Strikes for higher wages were banned. People who refused to work were imprisoned. With fall in Inflation, purchasing power increased and wages actually fell. g) Large factories had to provide rest areas, cafeterias, dressing rooms, even playing fields and swimming pools h) They also banned lock outs for industries. No reverse strikes for them either. German workers were better treated in the Third Reich than at any time before, or since. 5. Organized Industrial production In 1933 Nazis put in place policy of AUTARKY. The aim was self-sufficiency. Industrial Production was controlled to produce not what is more profitable but to produce what is required by Germans. Emphasis was laid on to produce whatever Germany was hence before importing so as to make it self sufficient and debt free. 6. Organized Farming: In 1933 new Farm Policy and Laws were introduced. In Nazi Farm law, farmers were organized into Reich Food estate and strictly controlled to produce not what is more profitable but what is more required by Germans. To compensate loss of profit, Farmers were assured 100% sales and given subsidies. 7. Elimination of crime: Nazis adopted all means to keep away social misfits and criminal elements from his land and to bring them in mainstream by giving jobs. In order to encourage a peaceful lifestyle, Hitler banned general strikes on the city streets. By all accounts of historians, during the Nazi period, it was safe to walk on streets at night and people were far away from the apprehension of any kind of burglary, theft, arson, loot or murder. Offenders of peace were sent to concentration camps and were punished to extent. 8. None shall starve nor freeze to death: The Winterhilfswerk (WHW, English: Winter Reliefliterally winter help work) was an annual drive by the National sozialistische Volkswohlfahrt (the National Socialist Peoples Welfare Organization). Nazi Germany had one of the largest public welfare programs in history, based on the philosophy that all Germans should share a standard of living. Its slogan was None shall starve nor freeze. The Hitlerjugend and Bund Deutscher Mädel (boys and girls associations, respectively), High ranking Nazis and common citizens all took to the streets to collect charity for the unfortunate. This generated general good public feeling toward those in need and instilled spirit of comradeship. As part of the effort to place the community over the individual, totals were not reported for any individuals. In fact those who forgot to give had their names put in the paper to remind them of their neglect. On one occasion, a civil servant was prosecuted for failure to donate, and his argument that it was voluntary was dismissed on the grounds it was an extreme view of liberty, to neglect all duties not actually prescribed by law, and therefore an abuse of liberty. A canister used for the Winter Relief Fund effort. 9. Anti-tobacco mission: Nazi doctors, in line with their campaign for public health were the first to write a major scientific paper linking smoking with lung cancer. The Nazis banned smoking in restaurants and public transportation systems, citing public health, severely regulated the advertising of smoking and cigarettes, tobacco tax was raised to extent, medical lectures were organized for soldiers and health education was promoted for the restoration of better lifestyle. Nazis had one of the most expensive and effective anti-tobacco movements throughout history. Several health organizations in Nazi Germany even began claiming that smoking heightened the risks of miscarriages by pregnant women, now a commonly known fact. The statistics of annual cigarette consumption per capita as of 1940 had Germany at only 749, while Americans smoked over 3,000. He prohibited selling of cigarettes to women. He prohibited smoking to people in uniforms and persons under the age of 18. He also prohibited smoking in public areas. He first placed photos of lungs etc. on cigarette boxes. 10. Nazis started first checking of drunk drivers. Alcohol consumption was discouraged though not banned. He does not devour it, it [the cigarette] devours him! 11. Music promotion: In an attempt to synchronize the culture on musical platform, Reichmusikkammer (State Music Institute) was founded in 1933, just after the Nazi came into power. This institute was formulated to promote the legendary work of masterminded composers Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, Wagner etc. In order to preserve the rich cultural heritage of ancient Germany, the Nazi government promoted youngsters to adopt music as a career. It is a matter of fact that jazz, swing and sexually suggestive type of music were banned. Nazis ensured that every citizen had a Radio. Music was used extensively to inject a sense of pride in national heritage. 12. Respect for women and children; German was seeing declining birth rate. Depression had added effect. What to say of feeding the children, families were finding it difficult to feed themselves. Birth rate had declined from more than 2 million children in 1900 to less than 1 million children in 1933, hence in August 1933 a law was passed that enabled married couple to obtain interest free loans minimum 1000 Reich Marks (equal to 9 months salary) to set up homes and start families. For each child produced they got to keep 250 marks and did not have to repay. Same system is still prevalent in Switzerland. The importance of womens role in a nations success believed by the Nazi Party can be seen in what Hitler once said; what would become of the greater world if there were no one to tend and care for the smaller one? Nazi Party set out womens roles in life which became to be known as the three Ks, Kinder, Kirche and Küche (children, church, and kitchen). The Nazi viewed women as the preservers of the tribe, the guardians of future generation, and the priestesses of domestic virtue. 13. Modern Day boy Scouts is based on Hitler Youth. Boys were made to be physically and mentally fit from the youth to undertake public welfare. The nature of the Hitler Youth was; camping, outdoor activities, outdoor skills, and sport. This helped attract the youth to the Hitler Youth movement. With its summer camps the youth were able to escape from their normal lives and drudgery of school. Hitler preached for peace and equality. During the Hitler Youth rally, he states;- 14. To achieve classless society. Nazis believed in equality for all women and men despite class, rank, race, or religion. Nazi regime insisted that all Germans take part in the May Day celebrations in the hope that this would help break down class hostility between workers and bourgeois and ultra rich. Films like Metropolis whose message of equality and fair treatment of anyone regardless of class, rank, gender, or race was emphasized to inculcate feeling of oneness. The film revolves around a capitalist controlled state, in which the majority of people are oppressed by an overbearing, rich minority. (remember OWS). The masses are forced into hard labor whereas the rich minority dwells in comfort and solace with little or no work to do except supervise the masses and frolic in their beautiful, ornate gardens. By capturing the true plight of the workers, through the filming of them walking to and from work like lost drones Nazis assuages the viewer to their cause. When Maria arrives and leads them to revolt, casting off the chains of oppression, the viewer is with them every step of the way, cheering them on. Similarly, Riefenstahls Triumph des Willens embodies a similar spirit of oneness. These two films carried almost exact messages of rebellion against unjust oppression and of equality for all women and men despite class, rank, race, or religion. Hitler himself drew the original design for the Volkswagon. 15. Volkswagen: It was 1934, when Hitler started on his dream project that every German family had a car which can carry at least two adults and three children with maximum speed of 100km/h. Hitler started working hand in hand with his top-notch officials and eventually launched his dream project, powered by an 25 horsepower engine. Literally meaning Peoples Car, this vehicle was presented as a car that every German citizen could afford to buy. It was based on the advice of Hitler to the designer, saying that it should resemble a beetle. The car was a huge success (it was made available to citizens of the Third Reich through a savings scheme at 990 Reich marks, about the price of a small motorcycle. It became the most popular vehicle in the world, known for reliability, stylish design and ease of use.