Some articles on goebbels:

Michael (Goebbels Novel) - Historical Analysis
... Joseph Goebbels' biographer, the historian Joachim Fest (who was also Hitler's biographer), suggests that Michael sheds light on Goebbels' state of mind and self-image "The ...
Cassiber - History
... Chris Cutler first met Heiner Goebbels, Alfred Harth and Christoph Anders in 1977 through the So-Called Left-Radical Brass Band ... JAPO Records/ECM that included Anders and Goebbels and others with the idea of integrating punk rock, free jazz and classical music ... This work triggered the wish within the Duo Goebbels/Harth to form a smaller group with a similar concept ...
Michael (Goebbels Novel)
... Joseph Goebbels and published in 1929 ... The novel is a combination of Goebbels' own thoughts and the life of his best friend Richard Flisges who had actually fought in World War I, and later ended his college studies to work in a mine where ...
The Great King
... Hitler being so clear that Hitler sent a print to Mussolini, and Goebbels warning against the drawing of the comparison in print, in particular ... Goebbels declared that the parallels were not a matter of propaganda but an obvious result of the parallels of history ... Goebbels also regarded as it instructing that their current sufferings would strengthen them ...
List Of Poliomyelitis Survivors - Doubtful Diagnosis
... Goebbels, JosephJoseph Goebbels 1897–1945 A politician in Nazi Germany, one of Adolf Hitler's closest associates and minister of propaganda ... Goebbels, on one occasion, is reported to have blamed a teenage accident ...

Famous quotes containing the word goebbels:

    Should the German people lay down their arms, the Soviets ... would occupy all eastern and south-eastern Europe together with the greater part of the Reich. Over all this territory, which with the Soviet Union included, would be of enormous extent, an iron curtain would at once descend.
    —Joseph Goebbels (1897–1945)

    We can do without butter, but, despite all our love of peace, not without arms. One cannot shoot with butter, but with guns.
    —Joseph Goebbels (1897–1945)