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Hitler speech parody: Der Führer spricht

Video with an audio recording of 'Der Führer spricht' ('The 'Führer speaks'), a parody sketch of a speech by Hitler in which he announces his intention of subjugating the USA to the German Reich. The speech was first written and performed by Martin Miller (in January 1940) and the audio recording is of its broadcast on the BBC's German Service on 1 April 1940. The recording lasts 4 mins 39 secs. The video shows a photograph of Martin Miller performing the sketch at the Austrian exile theatre, the <em> Laterndl </em> in 1940. A draft script of the speech can be found in Miller 1/1/1, Germanic Studies Archives, Senate House Library.

George, C and Miller, Martin Hitler speech parody: Der Führer spricht. [Video] (Unpublished)

Item Type: Video
Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
Keywords: exile parody Führer Nazi Hitler satire Laterndl
Divisions: Institute of Modern Languages Research
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