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Afd-top candidate: Gauland provoked with statement on Nazi-Nazi past – Politics

Friday, September 15th, 2017 | bitcoin updates


AfD top candidate Alexander Gauland has demanded a final under the Nazi past and a re-evaluation of the deeds of German soldiers in the second world war. In a speech, which had so far been disregarded, in front of supporters, Gauland said at a "Kyffhäuser meeting" of the Afd in Thuringia on 2 September that no other nation "had so clearly cleared up with a false past as German". With a view to the Nazi period from 1933 to 1945, Gauland added: "We do not have to hold on to these twelve years, they no longer affect our identity, so we have the right not only to protect our country, but also our own Past. "Revaluation requiredGauland also demanded a re-evaluation of the deeds of German soldiers in both world wars. If Frenchmen and Britons were proud of their emperor or the war ministry, Winston Churchill, "we have the right to be proud of the achievements of German soldiers in two world wars," Gauland said in his speech, also published on YouTube by the AfD. The Internet portal "BuzzFeed" had first reported on the speech.
The AfD has been criticized by critics for a long time a lack of delimitation to right-wing extremist groups. Gauland is considered an exponent of the national conservative wing of the party. The Second World War had begun on 1 September 1939 with the Nazi Germany invasion of Poland and ended in Europe on 8 May 1945 with the unconditional surrender of the German Wehrmacht. The number of victims of the war is estimated by historians to be 60 to 70 million worldwide. (Reuters)

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