Adolf Hitler Speaks

The joys of modern technology. An AI reconstruction of Adolf Hitler giving a speech, and as a bonus, the only known recording of him speaking conversationally.

The following was brought to our attention by comrade Johann Hauptmann. It is part of a well-known speech given by Adolf Hitler to the Reichstag on January 30, 1939.

What makes this different is that it was “processed” using AI, the idea being that it is not just a simple translation or a translator speaking over his voice, but, instead, closely resembles the tone and cadence of the original speech. In a way, it gives non-German speakers a chance to “hear” and understand the Führer as they would have heard him back in the day (albeit with a slightly British sounding accent).

The video:

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For reference, I offer a transcript of the video. It is taken directly from the video, although it became apparent that some of the translation done by the AI was a bit “off”, so I have also included some corrections. Transcript Here.

The German transcript for this portion of the speech (the entire speech was two-and-a-half hours long) can be found: Here.


A couple of observations:

Non-German speaking people have only ever heard Adolf Hitler at the podium speaking passionately in what amounted to gibberish (to English ears). It simply was a foreign language. Now we can see, at least to some extent, why he was so revered as an orator.

But it was more than HOW he spoke. It was also what he said. He rightly calls “BS” on the so-called democracies for condemning Germany’s desire to expel the Jews while they, at the same time, refuse to allow those same Jews to immigrate to their democracies! Case in point: the 1924 Immigration Act.

In 1924, the United States Congress passed the Johnson-Reed Act, revising American immigration laws around individuals’ “national origins.” The act set quotas…[and] were calculated to privilege “desirable” immigrants from northern and western Europe. They limited immigrants considered less “racially desirable,” including southern and eastern European Jews. Many people born in Asia and Africa were barred from immigrating to the United States entirely on racial grounds.

The United States had no refugee policy, and American immigration laws were neither revised nor adjusted between 1933 and 1941. The Johnson-Reed Act remained in place until 1965.

In spite of the urgency for [Jewish] refugees to escape, American popular opinion was against accepting more new arrivals. A Gallup poll taken on November 24–25, 1938, (two weeks after Kristallnacht) asked Americans: “Should we allow a larger number of Jewish exiles from Germany to come to the United States to live?” 72% responded “no.”

And best of all, clearly Adolf Hitler had a sense of humor! He hammers the “democracies” with their hypocrisy, pointing out that if Jews are such an unmitigated benefit to the nations that host them then the “democracies” should be delighted that Germany is making more of them available to the world:

[But when] the rest of the world cries out with a hypocritical mean [expression] against this barbaric expulsion from Germany of such an irreplaceable and culturally eminently valuable element, we can only be astonished at the conclusions they draw from this situation, for how thankful they must be that we are releasing these precious apostles of culture and placing them at the disposal of the rest of the world.
Adolf Hitler, 01/30/1939 Reichstag ~ translated

I love the way he finishes this part of the speech:

The Jewish watchword—workers of the world unite— will be conquered by a higher realization, namely: workers of all classes and of all nations, recognize your common enemy!

Everyone knew then— but many forget now because history is so poorly taught in our schools— that the slogan “workers of the world unite” is from Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto, and Marx and most of the leading communists of the day were Jewish.

Lastly, it is interesting to compare the Führer’s comments about resettling the Jews outside Germany, thereby removing them from the German Volk, and George Lincoln Rockwell’s remarks about removing the blacks in this country from the White population by segregating them on their own land, or sending them to Africa. See the previous post for more on that.



We have all seen snippets of Adolf Hitler at the podium practicing his oratory skills to educate and motivate the people of Germany.

You wouldn’t know it from the brief clips shown by the media- because they always show the end of the speech where he is most animated and out of context, done so to make him seem incoherent and maniacal- but his speeches were more akin to a classical concert: it started softly, almost quietly so that the audience leaned in to hear with rapt attention. Over time a theme developed which he would approach from different angles and different tempos. As the the speech neared it’s conclusion, the intensity grew, the volume increased, and the passion unleashed. A crescendo. It’s this last bit that is always shown in the media, and makes about as much sense as starting a Wagnerian opera, or a Brahms concerto, or a Mozart symphony at the last movement. Completely out of context.

But that is all we have ever heard.

Then, while looking into the Reichstag speech of 1/30/1939, I came across this: the only known recording of the Führer speaking conversationally (note, the first 3:40 is an introduction to the video):
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What a mesmerizing voice! I had no idea it was so deep and rich.

The recording has been around for many years, but I think this presenter does a good job giving it context and explaining its history. Honestly, given all the notes that were taken around the table of the Führer’s remarks, at Martin Bormann’s request, it is amazing that there are no recordings- the notes were all taken in shorthand. What a loss! Such a voice!

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