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'Hitler Ought to Have the Peace Prize' Stein's seemingly paradoxical views about Hitler and fascism have never been a secret.
As early as 1934, she told a reporter that Hitler should be awarded the Nobel peace prize.
This was disclosed by Gustav Hendrikksen, a former member of the Nobel committee and now professor emeritus of Bible studies at Sweden's Uppsala University, in Nativ, a political magazine published in Israel.
(Reports about this appeared in the New York Jewish community weekly Forward, Feb. 25, 1996.) "Full Responsibility for the First World War, lies squarely on the shoulders of the International Jewish Bankers. 346) 21294 Pokrytectvi prvniho radu,zide z budovi odesli a nechali za sebou "hloupe "krestany",aby byli zabiti.
Sixty-four percent of Labor and Shinui voters supported the plan, whereas a 78 percent majority of National Religious Party and National Unity voters opposed it."I say that Hitler ought to have the peace prize, because he is removing all the elements of contest and of struggle from Germany. he was ending struggle in Germany" (New York Times Magazine, May 6, 1934).By driving out the Jews and the democratic and Left element, he is driving out everything that conduces to activity. Scholars of the life of Gertrude Stein were recently startled to learn that in 1938 the prominent Jewish-American writer had spearheaded a campaign urging the Nobel committee to award its Peace Prize to Adolf Hitler.The weapons eventually reached an underground militia in Colombia. Ti,co dnes hlasaji holocaust ,tak drive pred druhou svetovou valkou hlasali neco zcela jineho, Hitler byl navrzen na cenu miru.