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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triumph_of_the_will


    Translation

    HESS
    "The Führer will speak!"
    (cheers)

    331. CLOSE-UP ANGLE AT HITLER at podium, who delivers his closing address:

    HITLER
    "The Sixth Party Congress of the Movement
    is coming to an end. What millions of
    Germans outside our Party ranks may have
    considered only a most impressive display
    of political power, has meant immeasurably
    more for ...

    332. CLOSE-UP ANGLE at Hess, seated:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... the old fighters ...

    333. CLOSE-UP ANGLE at H. Schacht:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... the great personal and spiritual
    meeting of old fighters and comrades-in-
    arms. ...

    334. CLOSE-UP OF HITLER AGAIN:

    HITLER
    ... And perhaps one or the other among
    you in spite of the compelling splendor
    of this gathering of our Party, was
    recalling those days when it was still
    quite difficult to be a National
    Socialist.
    (applause)

    335. FULL VIEW of the audience; then:

    336. CLOSE-UP BACK AT HITLER AT THE PODIUM:

    HITLER
    ... When, our Party had only seven men,
    it already voiced two principles: first,
    it wanted to be a true ideologically
    conditioned Movement; and, second, it
    wanted, therefore to be the sole power in
    Germany. ...
    (applause)

    337. FULL ANGLE AT AUDIENCE, cheering; then:

    338. CLOSE-UP BACK AT HITLER:

    HITLER
    ... As a Party, we had to remain in the
    minority because we had to mobilize the
    most valuable elements of struggling and
    sacrifice of the Reich, which, at all
    times, have amounted not to a majority,
    but to a minority. ...
    (applause)

    339. MEDIUM ANGLE AT AUDIENCE:

    340. CLOSE-UP BACK AT HITLER:

    HITLER
    ... Because these men, the best ...

    341. CLOSE-UP OF SCHACHT AGAIN AND A PRIEST SITTING NEXT TO HIM:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... of the German race, in proud self-
    confidence, have courageously and boldly
    claimed the leadership of the Reich ...

    342. CLOSE-UP BACK AT HITLER:

    HITLER
    ... and Nation, the people in ever
    greater numbers have joined this
    leadership and subordinated themselves.
    (applause)
    The German people are happy in the
    knowledge that the constantly changing
    leadership has now been replaced by a
    fixed pole; a force which considers
    itself the representative of the best
    blood, and, knowing this, has elevated
    themselves to the leadership of this
    Nation and is determined to keep this
    leadership, to use it to the best
    advantage and never to relinquish it
    again. ...
    (applause)

    343. CLOSE-UP AT PARTY MEMBERS SEATED IN AUDIENCE:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    It will always be only a part of the
    Nation which will consist of really
    active fighters, and more of them will be
    asked than the millions of other citizens.
    For them, the mere pledge ...

    344. CLOSE AT HITLER AGAIN:

    HITLER
    ... 'I believe' is not enough; instead,
    they will swear to the oath 'I will
    fight.' ...

    345. CLOSE-UP OF NSDAP STANDARDS:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... The Party will for all time to come
    represent the elite of the political
    leadership of the German people. ...

    346. CLOSE-UP OF HITLER AGAIN:

    HITLER
    ... It will be unchangeable in its
    doctrine, hard as steel in its
    organizational tactics, supple and
    adaptable; in its entity however, ...

    347. CLOSE-UP OF TOP ORNAMENTAL NSDAP STANDARD: EAGLE AND SWASTIKA:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... it will be like a Holy Order! ...
    (applause)

    348. CLOSE-UP OF HITLER AGAIN:

    HITLER
    ... But the goal must be that all loyal
    Germans will become National Socialists.
    Only the best National Socialists are
    members of the Party!
    (applause)

    349. FULL ANGLE AT AUDIENCE:

    350. CLOSE-UP OF HITLER:

    HITLER
    ... In the past, our enemies persecuted
    us and have removed the undesirable
    elements from our Party for us. Today, we
    ourselves must remove undesirable
    elements which have proven to be bad.
    What is bad, has no place among us! ...
    (applause)

    351. CLOSE ANGLE (PAN SHOT) AT SS STORM TROOPERS LINED UP IN FRONT OF
    HITLER'S PODIUM:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... It is our wish and will that this
    State and Reich will endure for
    millennia to come. ...

    352. CLOSE-UP: HITLER:

    HITLER
    ... We are happy in the knowledge that
    this fortune belongs to us completely! ...
    (applause)
    While the older ones among us may
    possibly waiver, the youth is committed
    to us, body and soul! ...
    (applause)

    353. CAMERA DOLLIES IN TOWARDS SPEAKER'S PODIUM AT HITLER IN THIS SCENE:

    HITLER
    ... Only when the Party, with the
    cooperation of everyone, make it the
    highest embodiment of National Socialist
    thought and spirit will the Party be an
    eternal and indestructible pillar of the
    German people and of our Reich. Then,
    eventually, the ...

    354. CLOSE-UP ANGLE AT GENERAL VON BLOMBERG:

    HITLER
    (O.C.)
    ... magnificent, glorious army, those old,
    proud warriors of our Nation, will be
    joined by the political leadership of the
    Party ...

    355. CLOSE-UP BACK AT HITLER AGAIN:

    HITLER
    ... equally tradition-minded, and then
    these two institutions together will
    educate and strengthen the German Man and
    carry on their shoulders the German State,
    the German Reich! ...
    (applause)

    356. MEDIUM CLOSE ANGLE AT HITLER FROM BEHIND NOW:

    HITLER
    ... At this hour, tens of thousands of
    Party members are already leaving the
    city, while some of them ...

    357. CLOSE-UP ANGLE AT HITLER (FRONTAL VIEW) NOW:

    HITLER
    ... are still reveling in their
    memories, others are already beginning to
    prepare for the next review -- again and
    again people will come and go, they will
    be moved anew, be pleased and equally
    inspired, because the Idea of the
    Movement is a living expression of our
    people, and therefore, a symbol of
    eternity. Long live the National
    Socialist Movement! Long live Germany!"
    (cheers, applause)

    HESS
    "The Party is Hitler! Hitler however is
    Germany just as Germany is Hitler! Hitler!
    Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil!"
    (cheers)
    Last edited by Heraclitus; February 18, 2008, 20:42.
    Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
    The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
    The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

  • #2
    Was there something you wanted to discuss or are you just showing admiration for the man ?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by JulianD
      just showing admiration for the man ?
      Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
      The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
      The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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      • #4
        No, realy? I just wandered what the first response would be... now that I got It I can go on to the question.

        What made Hitler a good pubilc speaker? Was he one of the best ever? And which is your favorite Hitler speech?
        Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
        The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
        The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Heraclitus
          No, realy? I just wandered what the first response would be... now that I got It I can go on to the question.

          What made Hitler a good pubilc speaker? Was he one of the best ever? And which is your favorite Hitler speech?
          His 'greatest' must be the one where he mocked Roosevelts list of countries not to invade .. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWFk7fzaRGc
          Last edited by JulianD; February 19, 2008, 02:23.

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          • #6
            Love the irony of that one...
            Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
            The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
            The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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            • #7
              Well you must admit he didn't invade most of the countries mentioned...

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              • #8
                If you see how he changes balance betwen one foot and the other you'd think he's probably rather shy and maybe an Aspie.

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                • #9
                  That is very true, I imagine him as the kind of person who can do very well in a formal situation but not in informal ones. Could you perhaps recommend a book that analyses his psyche?
                  Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
                  The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
                  The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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                  • #10
                    Do we have an English translation. I can't understand what he's saying.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Zkribbler
                      Do we have an English translation. I can't understand what he's saying.

                      Why he's Hitler! He's talking evil German stuff. duh






                      (I'll google a transcript in the morning)
                      Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
                      The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
                      The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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                      • #12
                        Good public speakers preferably don't read their speech
                        Let us be lazy in everything, except in loving and drinking, except in being lazy – Lessing

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Nostromo
                          Good public speakers preferably don't read their speech
                          True. But most of them do.
                          Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
                          The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
                          The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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                          • #14
                            I think he was a nice man really, just very misunderstood.

                            Too bad it was a highly organized and industrial country that he became the leader of...

                            (mocking all those "every country has killed in war Germans are just very efficient at it" theories)

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Ecthy
                              I think he was a nice man really, just very misunderstood.
                              Scary coming from a German


                              ( )
                              Modern man calls walking more quickly in the same direction down the same road “change.”
                              The world, in the last three hundred years, has not changed except in that sense.
                              The simple suggestion of a true change scandalizes and terrifies modern man. -Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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