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There actually was an 88-minute long speech frommade by Hitler into the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, which was four days after the japaneseJapanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared that Germany would join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, and there's a translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

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I need That decision to correct myself a little, the officialdeclare war declaration was issued 2had been delivered to the Americans two hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above: by his foreign minister.

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris. 

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, and there's a translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes. 

There actually was an 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, which was four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared that Germany would join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, and there's a translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

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I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes.

There was an 88-minute long speech made by Hitler to the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, which was four days after the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared that Germany would join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision. That decision to declare war had been delivered to the Americans two hours before the speech by his foreign minister.

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris. 

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, and there's a translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes. 

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There actually has been awas an 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, that beingwhich was four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared tothat Germany would join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, and there's ana translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

Edit

I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes.

There actually has been a 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, that being four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared to join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, there's an translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

Edit

I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes.

There actually was an 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, which was four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared that Germany would join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, and there's a translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

Edit

I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes.

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There actually has been a 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, that being four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared to join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, there's an translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

Edit

I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes.

There actually has been a 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, that being four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared to join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, there's an translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

Edit

I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

There actually has been a 88-minute long speech from Hitler in the Reichstag on December 11th, 1941, that being four days after the japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, where he officially declared to join Japan in the war against the USA. In this speech, he mentioned a few of his personal reasons for this decision.

I think this would be an interesting read regarding this question, there's an translation by a Mr. Mark Weber on the Website of the Institute of Historical Review

Edit

I need to correct myself a little, the official war declaration was issued 2 hours before the speech, quote taken from the same website as mentioned above:

About two hours before Hitler began his address to the Reichstag, Germany formally declared war against the United States when Reich Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop delivered a diplomatic note to the American Charge d'Affaires in Berlin, Leland B. Morris.

WARNING

Institute of Historical Review is considered by many to be a revisionist, Holocaust-denying institution with links to neo-Nazi organizations. Their translation of Hitler's speech might have been manipulated for propaganda purposes.

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