The following video is of Adolf Hitler speaking at the end of the great election campaign for German honour and equality on November 10th 1933 in front of the workers of the Siemens-Dynamowerk, or possibly Siemens-Schuckert-Werke factory in Spandau, Berlin.

Below you will find the longer version with missing footage included and a shorter version with Japanese subtitles.

Both version have varying quality.

You will also find the transcript to the shorter version.

Also mentioning the International Clique, today, this speech is more relevant than ever.

Longer version

Shorter version.

Lucas Gage analysis can be heart here.


“The struggle between the people and the hatred amongst them is being nurtured by very specific interested parties. It is a small, rootless, international clique that is turning people against each other, that does not want them to have peace.

It is the people who are at home both nowhere and everywhere, who do not have anywhere a soil on which they have grown up, but who live in Berlin today, in Brussels tomorrow, Paris the day after that, and then again in Prague or Vienna or London and who feel at home everywhere.

They are the only ones who can be addressed as international elements, because they conduct their business everywhere, but the people cannot follow them.

The people are bounded to its soil, bounded to its fatherland, bounded to the possibilities of life that the state, the nation, offers.”

– Adolf Hitler, November 10th 1933

Adolf Hitler zum Abschluß des großen Wahlkampfes für die deutsche Ehre und Gleichberechtigung am 10. November 1933 vor den Arbeitern der Siemens-Schuckert-Werke in Berlin-Spandau: