Hitler's Peace Offers

​Did you know that Adolf Hitler made several Peace offers during WW2 all of which were refused by Britain and France

By July of 1940, Germany is in complete control of the war which had been imposed upon it. The Polish aggressor has been defeated, peace with France has been established, and Adolf Hitler has graciously allowed the British to evacuate the continent (at Dunkirk), leaving their equipment behind. Furthermore, the Soviet Union and the United States are not even in the war. So then, with Germany 'holding all the cards,' and Winston Churchill now bombing German civilians, what does the big bad Hitler do? He continues to plea for an end to the senseless war -with no strings attached. Really the most evil man that ever existed (ha ha) wanted peace?

Why wasn't the peace offers accepted? Unless Churchill and those directing him behind the scenes wanted war and the destruction of Germany.

After the war in Poland Hitler made a peace offer to Britain and France but this was rejected because they wanted war. There is no speech on record were Winston Churchill offers peace with Germany and in none of his speeches does he even mention the possibility of peace. All Churchill speeches are aimed at starting or continuing the war with Germany. In fact you could say Churchill was the main reason that World War 2 continued.

Winston Churchill wrote to Josef Stalin on January 24, 1944, to tell him that Britain was going to continue the fight to the complete destruction of Germany no matter what. He should have been more exact and said that Britain was going to stay in the war as long as the United States was willing to do most of the fighting and all of the financing.

Churchill's letter read, in part:

“We never thought of peace, not even in that year when we were completely isolated and could have made peace without serious detriment to the British Empire, and extensively at your cost. Why should we think of it now when victory approaches for the three of us”?

What Churchill meant by "when we were completely isolated" was the time before Russia and the United States became involved. Churchill kept the war going for a purpose.

“The Fuehrer would have obtained a peaceful solution of the German-Polish problem, had not Britain made unscrupulous use of Poland as a pawn in her schemes for war and by her criminal policy plunged Europe into war. This truth, historically established for all time, is further borne out by the fact that Britain replied to the final and generous peace offer made once again by the Fuehrer in his speech in the Reichstag on 6 October by an arrogant and insulting challenge to Germany”. Von Ribbentrop, Reich Minister for Foreign Affairs. Berlin, 3 December 1939.

"This war is an English war and its goal is the destruction of Germany." - Winston Churchill (autumn 1939 broadcast).

"The war wasn't only about abolishing fascism, but to conquer sales markets. We could have, if we had intended so, prevented this war from breaking out without doing one shot, but we didn't want to." - Winston Churchill to Truman (USA March 1946).

Joseph P. Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Britain during the years immediately preceding WW2 was the father of the famous American Kennedy dynasty. James Forrestal the first US Secretary of Defence (1947-1949) quotes him as saying "Chamberlain (the British Prime Minister) stated that America and the world Jews had forced England into the war". (The Forrestal Diaries ed. Millis, Cassell 1952 p129).

Britain and France declared war on Germany, not the other way around. Hitler wanted peace with Britain, as the German generals admitted (Basil Liddell Hart, The Other Side of the Hill 1948, Pan Books 1983) with regard to the so-called Halt Order at Dunkirk, where Hitler had the opportunity to capture the entire British Army, but chose not to.

Hitler quotes from a speech given in the Reichstag September 17th 1939

“Continuation of the present state of affairs in the West is unthinkable. Each day will soon demand
increasing sacrifices.
Mr Churchill and his companions may interpret these opinions of mine as weakness or cowardice if they like. I need not occupy myself with what they think; I make these statements simply because it goes without saying that I wish to spare my own people this suffering. May those peoples and their leaders who are of the same mind now make their reply? And let those who consider war to be the better solution reject my outstretched hand. As Fuehrer of the German people and Chancellor of the Reich, I can thank God at this moment that he has so wonderfully blessed us in our hard struggle for what is our right, and beg Him that we and all other nations may find the right way, so that not only the German people but all Europe may once more be granted the blessing of peace”.

A quote from Warmonger Winston Churchill

“You must understand that this war is not against Hitler or National Socialism, but against the strength of the German people, which is to be smashed once and for all, regardless of whether it is in the hands of Hitler or a Jesuit priest”

"After the victories against Poland and in the West, I again decided - and for the last time - to hold out
my hand to England and to point out that a continuation of the war could only be senseless for
England, and that there was nothing to prevent the conclusion of a reasonable peace. Indeed there
were no differences between England and Germany except those artificially created."
Adolf Hitler November, 1941.

“Their object was always to strike at the German people. Their responsible men admit this quite
frankly. The object is to smash Germany and to resolve it into a number of small states. With that the
Reich would lose its political power and with it the possibility of securing for the German people
their vital rights on this earth. For this reason all my attempts at peace were rejected and war
declared on us on September, 3rd last year. The German people had no hatred and no enmity for
either the British or French peoples. But today we are confronted by the question whether we are to
exist or perish. In the space of a few weeks our brave troops crushed the Polish enemy who was in
the service of Britain and France, and thus eliminated danger from the east. Thereupon Britain and
France decided to attack Germany from the north. Since April, 9th, the German armed forces have
also nipped this attempt in the bud”
, Adolf Hitler, May 10th 1940.

At Dunkirk the British forces had their back to the sea and the German forces were advancing. The only option was for the British to evacuate the 340,000 soldiers from Dunkirk by ships. However the only reason they escaped back to Britain was because Hitler let them. The German army forced the British in to Dunkirk so don’t you think that the German Panzers could not have massacred or took all the British and French soldiers prisoners on the beach if they wanted. The only reason they escaped was because Hitler gave the order for the German Panzers to stop there advancement. Hitler still had hopes that a peaceful settlement could be negotiated with the Allies. In a book called ‘The Other Side of the Hill’ by B. Liddell Hart it goes into great detail about WW2 from the point of view of the German Generals. One German General called General von Blumentritt took part in the War in France and gives his view of why Hitler told the Panzers to stop any attack at Dunkirk.

Blumentritt said “He (Hitler) then astonished us by speaking with admiration of the British Empire, of the
necessity for its existence, and of the civilization that Britain had brought into the world. He
remarked, with a shrug of the shoulders, that the creation of its Empire had been achieved by
means that were often harsh, but ‘where there is planning, there are shavings flying’. He compared
the British Empire with the Catholic Church saying they were both essential elements of stability
in the world. He said that all he wanted from Britain was that she should acknowledge Germany’s
position on the Continent. The return of Germany’s colonies would be desirable but not essential,
and he would even offer to support Britain with troops if she should be involved in difficulties

According to Pulitzer Prize winning Louis Kilzer author of ‘Churchill’s Deception’ Hitler was trying to convince the English to make peace. In exchange, he was ready to retreat from Western Europe and from much of Poland.

Warmonger Churchill then gave his “We shall fight on the beaches” speech and hailed it as a miracle of deliverance. In reality Hitler let the British escape from Dunkirk.

After the defeat of France Hitler again made a further peace offer to Britain but this was rejected by warmonger Churchill who wanted war at all costs and his speeches bear this out.

The peace terms Hitler offered were:
1. The British Empire retains all its colonies and delegations
2. Germany’s continental supremacy won’t be questioned
3. All questions concerning the Mediterranean and its French, Belgian and Dutch colonies are
open to discussion
4. Poland. A Polish state must exist
5. Czechoslovakia must belong to Germany
6. All European states occupied by Germany would see their sovereignty restored. Germany’s occupation of these states was result of military threats against Germany.

Dr. Friedrich Stieve’s book ‘What the World Rejected’ reveals Hitler’s numerous and generous peace
offers, all of which were ignored by the Allies.

“Germany's enemies maintain today that Adolf Hitler is the greatest disturber of peace known to history, that he threatens every nation with sudden attack and oppression, that he has created a terrible war machine in order to cause trouble and devastation all around him. At the same time they intentionally conceal an all-important fact: they themselves drove the Leader of the German people finally to draw the sword. They themselves compelled him to seek to obtain at last by the use of force that which he had been striving to gain by persuasion from the beginning: the security of his country. They did this not only by declaring war on him on September 3, 1939, but also by blocking step for step for seven years the path to any peaceful discussion. The attempts repeatedly made by Adolf Hitler to induce the governments of other states to collaborate with him in a reconstruction of Europe resemble an ever-recurring pattern in his conduct since the commencement of his labors for the German Reich. But these attempts were wrecked every time by reason of the fact that nowhere was there any willingness to give them due consideration, because the evil spirit of the Great War still prevailed everywhere, because in London and Paris and in the capitals of the Western Powers' vassal states there was only one fixed intention: to perpetuate the power of Versailles. A rapid glance at the most important events will furnish incontrovertible proof for this statement”, - Dr. Friedrich Stieve

Below part of Hitler’s 'Last Appeal to Reason' speech to the Reichstag July 19th 1940:

“Neither in this world nor the next can Mr. Churchill and Mr. Reynaud answer for the suffering they have caused by their counsels and decrees to millions of people. All this, as I said once before, need never have happened, for in October I asked nothing from either France or Britain but peace. But the men behind the armaments industries wanted to go on with the war at all costs and now they have got it. I am too much of a soldier myself not to understand the misery caused by such a development. From Britain I hear now only one single cry, the cry not of the people but of the politicians that the war must go on. I do not know whether these politicians already have a correct idea of what the continuation of this struggle will be like. They do, it is true, declare they will carry on the war and that even if Britain should perish they will carry on from Canada”

It never has been my intention to wage wars, but rather to build up a State with a new social order
and the finest possible standard of culture
. Every year that this war drags on is keeping me away from
this work. Only a few days ago Mr. Churchill reiterated his declaration that he wants war. Some six weeks ago he began to wage war in a field where he apparently considers himself particularly strong—namely, air raids on civilian population, although under the pretence that the raids are directed against so called military objectives. Since the bombardment of Freiburg these objectives are open towns, market places and villages, burning houses, hospitals, schools, kindergartens and whatever else may come their way. Until now I have hardly had any reprisals” “In this hour I feel it to be my duty before my own conscience to appeal once more to reason and common sense in Great Britain as much as elsewhere. I consider myself in a position to make this appeal, since I am not the vanquished, begging favours, but the victor speaking in the name of reason.
I can see no reason why this war must go on. I am grieved to think of the sacrifices it will claim”

But did you know that Hitler went so far as to airdrop mass quantities of 'peace leaflets' over London? It's true. The 4-page leaflets were English-language copies of his recent speech before the German nation, a speech which the Germans arranged to have broadcast on hundreds of radio stations across Europe. The July 19th speech was entitled: "A Last Appeal to Reason.” Dropped over London the day after, the leaflet summarizes the injustices inflicted upon Germany after the Great War of 1914-1918, warns of the machinations of the Jewish warmongers and their henchmen, and finally closes with Hitler’s plea to call off the war.

The response to Hitler’s appeal to reason came from Sefton Delmer who worked as a propagandist for the British government, mainly giving anti-German speeches on the radio. Delmer said:

“Let me tell you what we here in Britain think of this appeal of yours to what you are pleased to call our reason and common sense. Herr Führer, we hurl it right back at you, right in your evil smelling teeth."

Again just like after the war with Poland Hitler offers peace terms. This proves that Hitler wanted peace and the Secret Elite controlling events in Britain did not. Because the Secret Elite or I should say Jewish Elite wanted the destruction of Germany just like they did before World War 1.

"Three times I have made concrete offers for armament restriction. These offers were rejected. The
greatest offer which I then made was that Germany and France together should reduce their standing
armies to 300,000 men; that Germany, Great Britain and France, should bring down their air forces to
parity and that Germany and Great Britain should conclude a naval agreement. Only the last offer was
accepted as real limitation of armaments. The other German proposals were either flatly refused or
where answered by the conclusion of those alliances which gave Central Europe to Soviet Russia as
the field of play for its gigantic forces."
- Adolf Hitler

"I believe now that Hitler and the German people did not want war. But we declared war on Germany, intent on destroying it, in accordance with our principle of balance of power, and we were encouraged by the 'American Jews' around Roosevelt. We ignored Hitler's pleadings not to enter into war. Now we are forced to realize that Hitler was right." - Attorney General, Sir. Hartley Shawcross, March, 16th, 1984.

Video: Historian David Irving outlines Hitler's Peace Offers

Rudolph Hess Peace Initiative - May 1941

Rudolf Walter Richard Hess was a German politician and a leading member of the National Socialist Party in Germany. Appointed Deputy Führer to Adolf Hitler in 1933

There was a group of pro-German elitists in Britain who were favourable to agreeing peace with Germany. These were the Duke of Windsor who use to be King Edward VII, MP Lady Astor and the Duke of Hamilton as well as a few others. Hitler and Rudolph Hess had been in contact with these people and Hitler suggested that Hess should fly into Britain to present peace negotiations to these British elitists who could then present it to Churchill and his government.

Although Churchill claimed that it was part of a plot to oust him from power so that a peace deal with Hitler could be negotiated. Rudolph Hess then parachuted into Scotland in May 1941 and landed several miles from the Duke of Hamilton’s estate. He was arrested by a member of the Home Guard. Army officers then questioned Hess who said he had a message for the Duke of Hamilton. Hess met with the Duke and passed this message on and the Duke then spoke with Churchill about his conversation with Hess.

Hess was then sent to prison by Churchill’s orders and was not allowed to speak to anyone. Hess was sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against peace at the Nuremberg Trials after the war although he had not done anything wrong or killed anyone. Hess was only allowed to see his son once and was not allowed to touch him. For the 40 years that he was locked up in Spandau prison in Berlin Hess was never allowed to speak to anyone or write anything down. This was done so that he could not tell the truth to the world about his peace mission. When Hess was due to be released it was found that he had hanged himself with an electrical cord in Spandau jail on August 17, 1987, at the age of 93. Although Doctor Hugh Thomas who was treating Hess claims he received information from a SAS member that two assassins had been ordered on behalf of the British Government to kill Hess in order that he should not be released and free to expose secrets concerning the plot to overthrow the Churchill government.

Below is an excerpt from the book 'The Myth of German Villainy' by Benton Bradberry

There was a group of pro-German elitists in Britain known as the “Clivenden Set” which included the Duke of Windsor (formerly King Edward VII), Lady Astor, Geofrey Dawson (editor of the London Times), Lord Lothian, the Duke of Manchester, the Duke of Hamilton, et al. The Clivenden Set favored friendly relations with Germany, and the Nazis had maintained long standing channels of communication with these people.

According to Louis Kilzer, in his book, “Churchill’s Deception,” Rudolph Hess, the Deputy Leader under Hitler, was in contact with the Clivenden Set and flew to England on May 10, 1941, at Hitler’s behest, to try to negotiate a peace agreement with Britain through the Clivenden Set.

The official propaganda of the event claims that a mentally deranged Hess decided on his own initiative to fly a Messerschmitt to Scotland in May, 1941 on a whimsical, Quixotic mission to reach the Duke of Hamilton to set peace talks with Churchill. When he parachuted down in Renfrewshire, just 8 miles from the duke’s estate, he was arrested by a farmhand with a pitchfork, and then taken to prison. Hitler reportedly went into an enraged, ranting, raving fit when he first heard of Hess’s foolish mission, and was reported to have even scrambled aircraft to try to shoot down his plane to stop him.

Kilzer says that that isn’t so. Hitler, according to Kilzer, was in on the mission and Hess was his dutiful agent in the daring peace mission. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, a 28 page notebook that belonged to Major Karlheinz Pintsch, a long time adjutant to Hess, was found in the Russian archives, which backs up Kilzer’s version of events. In the notebook Pintsch wrote that Hitler hoped an “agreement with the Englishmen would be successful.” Pintsch noted that Hess’ task — five weeks before Germany’s invasion of Russia — was to “bring about, if not a military alliance of Germany with England against Russia, then to bring about a neutralization of England.”

Pintsch was captured at the end of the war by the Russians and held prisoner for years, where he was subjected to brutal torture during interrogations that left him crippled for life. He could never hold a knife or fork afterwards. Pintsch’s interrogation transcripts found in the same archive as the notebook show that Hitler was not surprised when news came through of Hess’s capture…nor did he rant and rave about what Hess had done. Instead, Hitler calmly commented upon the risk and danger of Hess’ mission, and read a letter out loud that Hess had sent him before taking off. From Hess’ letter, Hitler read: “And if this project…ends in failure…it will always be possible for you to deny all responsibility. Simply say I was out of my mind.”

The mission did end in failure and both Hitler and Churchill claimed that Hess was deranged. The mission was a failure because Churchill had no intention whatever of making peace with Germany. Hess was interrogated by British army officers, at which time he told them that he had a “secret and vital message for the Duke of Hamilton” and that he must see him immediately. The Duke met with Hess, and then briefed CHURCHILL on his conversation with Hess.

Hess was then hustled off to prison and was not allowed to talk with anyone thereafter. Hess’ flight, but not his destination or his final fate, was first reported by Munich Radio in Germany on May 12. Hess’ capture by the farmhand also received wide coverage in Britain, though his mission was not explained. He was dismissed in both Britain and German as a deranged man.

Hess spent the duration of the war in a British mental institution under constant guard, and was sentenced to life imprisonment at the Nuremberg Trials after the war. But for what? He had not killed anyone, nor had he ordered anyone killed. He did not even participate in the war. He was just another tragic victim of Jewish vengeance, which was what the Nuremburg Trials were all about. Hess died in Spandau prison at age 93 under suspicious circumstances, where he had spent 40 years under constant, close guard. He was never allowed to talk to anyone or to write anything, and was not even allowed to touch his son when he came to visit him once. This was cruel beyond belief.