Hitler prayed!

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    The question is: What was Hitler praying for? I’d have to answer he prayed for gun control laws:

     
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    Of course he prayed...

    ... his goal was to restore the Holy Roman Empire.
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    And a Socialist - like your dumb ass.

    Idiot.
     
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    To waltky: Interesting interpretation.

    The Holy Roman Empire was the First Reich. It lasted from 962 until 1806 —— 844 years.

    The Second Reich lasted from 1871 until 1918 —— 47 years

    The Third Reich lasted from 1933 until 1945 —— 12 years

    Hitler hoped to establish a thousand year Reich. Whether or not he wanted another H.R.E. is debatable.

    The First Reich was the muscle for the Roman Catholic Church. I doubt if Hitler saw his Germany in that role. And he had no use for the Junkers —— an honorable landed/military ruling class he blamed for losing WWI. In Hitler’s eyes the Junkers were the natural descendants and the last remnants of the H.R.E.

    On the other side of the coin, anti-Roman Catholicism in the US had a lot to do with America siding with Great Britain against Germany in two wars. I’m pretty sure Hitler was aware of America’s religious bias before WWII. That makes his biggest mistake —— declaring war on the US after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor —— all the more puzzling. Hitler certainly understood the anti-Roman Catholicism that influenced Woodrow Wilson in WWI.

    One unintended consequence of America’s anti-Roman Catholicism was that Germany’s defeat prolonged the life of Soviet communism; indeed, communism is still haunting America and the world.

    Finally, Pat Buchanan’s great book demolishes the myth of Germany’s love of militarism:


    Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War: How Britain Lost Its Empire and the West Lost the World
     

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