Remembering Hitler’s Death, 70 Years Ago Today

Eli Stenson
Daily Stormer
April 30, 2015

Our inspiration.
Our inspiration.

It was on this day in 1945, 70 years ago, that the last great European leader and pioneer of Truth, Adolf Hitler, committed suicide in his bunker as Soviet hordes closed in on Berlin.

Hitler had high hopes for his people, his nation, after the Second World War; but millions of them ended up being murdered, raped, or exiled, never to return to the Fatherland. A fully National Socialist State would have been actualized, where his people would flourish to heights never before seen in world history; but Germany ended up being slaves to the will of the Allied powers, who attempted to dismantle, discredit, and destroy National Socialism for good.

Hitler’s suicide was not cowardly, it was noble. He died with his nation. As Rudolf Hess once said, “Hitler is Germany and Germany is Hitler.”

Though Hitler is physically dead, he is not dead altogether, for his spirit lives on within us.

Let this anniversary act as a reminder to continue seek the glory of our people. We will emerge victorious, as long as we fight. It’s what Hitler would do.

Heil Hitler.