Adolf Hitler About Technology

The German engineer and technician, our physicists and chemists, they belong to the pioneers of the world.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching

Modern technology compels man to seek his own paths. From purpose and material, only forms are found and developed, which in the aesthetics of many machines, for ex-ample, breathe more Greek spirit than many a poorly copied building. This mighty new area has, as new land, to point the way for the spiritual monuments of a just as modern as aesthetically satisfying creativity. From here the development, through the new building materials like steel, iron, glass, concrete etc., takes the path necessarily corresponding to the building purposes and these materials.

Speech of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg

A whole number…of great works, canal constructions, dams, bridges, go along.

Interview of October 18, 1933 in Berlin

In the hour we are united here (at the Unterhaching construction site of the Reich Autobahn Munich-Provincial Border on the occasion of the opening of the 1934 spring offensive against unemployment), in the north of the Reich in Niederfmsow a gigantic work of German engineering skill and German work and creative energy is turned over for use: the largest ship hoist works in the world.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching

For it is a beautiful realization to be allowed to help work on a work, which does not serve the interests of an individual and is not the property of an individual, rather belongs to all and will serve all for many centuries.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching

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