Was Hitler universally beloved by everyone at one point?

I'm thinking this because of him hosting the 1936 Olympics and him being awarded by TIME Magazine as man of the year (1938) both of which are big things and both before September of 1939 which is the beginning of ww2.

So before ww2 started was hitler beloved by practically everyone from across the world?

And what was the worlds reaction to Hitler unifying Germany and Austria (1938)?
It was a positive reaction, yes?

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Yes he was loved by everyone.

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The thing is, in 1936 the media in America was still controlled by Americans and not Jews in some way, although the entire subversion of America already began during WW1 when the Jews joined the war to sow panic among the American population and successfully usurped the entire monetary system of America

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His people still love him

Yes great Americans like Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Charles Lindbergh, and many other America First people still had some power before ((( Pearl Harbor)))

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Edison was part of America First?

Time man of the year is not about being beloved. It is more the person who has had the biggest impact in the news that year.

Not sure, but he fought the kikes for power over early media operations

Then why hasnt Trump won

Got any reading on the subject? This is the first I've heard of it.

He was basically. Except in the Jewish controlled Anglo American sphere. He had admirers everywhere literally. Russian liberation army 300k fought with the reich

He did (2016)

Just google it

>Thomas Edison
The Jews created hollywood

Edison didnt like that Jews created hollywood. That's all i know, Edison created film

Wouldn't have been possible without the technology, Edison was woke but got beat out by tribal interests, I'm working on a source I just recently heard this too

He pretty much saved the country from ruin and ousted the absolute degeneracy that was the Weimar Republic.
Pretty crazy what expelling the jew can do to the morals and finances of a nation.

He was definitely not universally beloved by everyone at one point. But before the war just after he became führer I believe he was just very respected by everyone outside of Germany that wasn't a commie or a Jew.
That respect quickly disappeared after he broke all those promises and invaded Poland. As if his ethos outside of Germany couldn't get worse he invaded Poland together with the USSR.

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The litigious kikes destroyed him through the courts to create their own monopoly in Hollywood

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and promptly began creating communist propaganda

>The MPPC was preceded by the Edison licensing system, in effect in 1907–1908, on which the MPPC was modeled. During the 1890s, Thomas Edison owned most of the major US patents relating to motion picture cameras. The Edison Manufacturing Company's patent lawsuits against each of its domestic competitors crippled the US film industry, reducing production mainly to two companies: Edison and Biograph, which used a different camera design. This left Edison's other rivals with little recourse but to import French and British films.

Since 1902, Edison had also been notifying distributors and exhibitors that if they did not use Edison machines and films exclusively, they would be subject to litigation for supporting filmmaking that infringed Edison's patents. Exhausted by the lawsuits, Edison's competitors — Essanay, Kalem, Pathé Frères, Selig, and Vitagraph — approached him in 1907 to negotiate a licensing agreement, which Lubin was also invited to join. The one notable filmmaker excluded from the licensing agreement was Biograph, which Edison hoped to squeeze out of the market. No further applicants could become licensees. The purpose of the licensing agreement, according to an Edison lawyer, was to "preserve the business of present manufacturers and not to throw the field open to all competitors."

In February 1909, major European producers held the Paris Film Congress in an attempt to create a similar European organisation. This group also included MPPC members Pathé and Vitagraph, which had extensive European production and distribution interests. This proposed European cartel ultimately failed when Pathé, then still the largest company in the world, withdrew in April.

Many independent filmmakers, who controlled from one-quarter to one-third of the domestic marketplace, responded to the creation of the MPPC by moving their operations to Hollywood, whose distance from Edison's home base of New Jersey made it more difficult for the MPPC to enforce its patents.[6] The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and covers the area, was averse to enforcing patent claims.[7] Southern California was also chosen because of its beautiful year-round weather and varied countryside; its topography, semi-arid climate and widespread irrigation gave its landscapes the ability to offer motion picture shooting scenes set in deserts, jungles and great mountains. Hollywood had one additional advantage: if a non-licensed studio was sued, it was only a hundred miles to "run for the border" and get out of the US to Mexico, where the trust's patents were not in effect and thus equipment could not be seized.[citation needed]

The reasons for the MPPC's decline are manifold. The first blow came in 1911 when Eastman Kodak modified its exclusive contract with the MPPC to allow Kodak, which led the industry in quality and price, to sell its raw film stock to unlicensed independents. The number of theaters exhibiting independent films grew by 33 percent within twelve months, to half of all houses.

Another reason was the MPPC's overestimation of the efficiency of controlling the motion picture industry through patent litigation and the exclusion of independents from licensing. The slow process of using detectives to investigate patent infringements, and of obtaining injunctions against the infringers, was outpaced by the dynamic rise of new companies in diverse locations.

Despite the rise in popularity of feature films in 1912–1913 from independent producers and foreign imports, the MPPC was very reluctant to make the changes necessary to distribute such longer films. Edison, Biograph, Essanay, and Vitagraph did not release their first features until 1914, after dozens, if not hundreds, of feature films, had been released by independents.[8]

Patent royalties to the MPPC ended in September 1913 with the expiration of the last of the patents filed in the mid-1890s at the dawn of commercial film production and exhibition. Thus the MPPC lost the ability to control the American film industry through patent licensing and had to rely instead on its subsidiary, the General Film Company, formed in 1910, which monopolized film distribution in US.

The outbreak of World War I in 1914 cut off most of the European market, which played a much more significant part of the revenue and profit for MPPC members than for the independents, which concentrated on Westerns produced for a primarily US market.

The end came with a federal court decision in United States v. Motion Picture Patents Co. on October 1, 1915,[9] which ruled that the MPPC's acts went "far beyond what was necessary to protect the use of patents or the monopoly which went with them" and was, therefore, an illegal restraint of trade under the Sherman Antitrust Act.[2] An appellate court dismissed the MPPC's appeal, and officially terminated the company in 1918

Living under the jackboot of Hitler was horrifying.

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Im pretty sure those were italians, jews took over later just as china is taking over these days.

No, Catholics put the clamps on hollywood jews for a few decades but, they eventually subverted their way out of that and went all-in on smut production.

>Was Hitler universally beloved by everyone at one point?

hence why he got 33% of the vote...


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only if you had a different opinion ... bit like now actually

oh child

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No one learned a damn thing from Hitler, except that, mustache man bad. The fact is he was right on the money about the communists and if he were alive today he would instantly recognize the exact same threat today as he did then, only the word Bolshevik needs to be changed to globalist in his speeches.

" We National Socialists grant each people the right to its own inner life according to its needs and its own nature.
Bolshevism, on the other hand, establishes doctrinal theories that are to be accepted by all peoples, regardless of their particular essence, their special nature, traditions, etc.


go look at international awards and competitions and shit like that on wikipedia from 1933-1939 you see little swastikas all over the place, nazi germany was peak performace

the war was for the anglo, the bongs did not want them to trade, so they had to destroy them
that's churchil after the war
your grand dads ruined europe

40% of the vote

churchill was the puppet of the rothschilds

this faggot is posting this in every thread, dont worry bros im outside his tranny lair hes about to get dealt with, i got my rake with me

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WW2 and the Holocaust were both arguably Britain's fault. If they just left Mandatory Palestine to the Jews after WW1, and just let Hitler take the Danzig corridor and drawn the line there, none of that shit would have happened.

as expected