On the night of November 9, 1989 - an era came to an end.
Without warning - the gates opened, and the Berlin wall suddenly came down.
The swiftness of its fall - stunned the world. Even the CIA was caught off guard.
The people of Germany celebrated wildly, and none more so than those within the Neo-Nazi and Skinhead movements. Few of them missed the true significance of that night, or the symbolism of that histroic date.
November 9th to the Nazi movement was already a holy day. In fact the holiest day of all.
November 9th was known as Blutzeuge, the Blood Witness of the Nazi Movement and was celebrated each year from 1925 to 1944 with great pomp and ceremony. Aldolf Hitler was always in attendance.
In his quest to establish the Nazi Party as a Holy Order, Hitler substituted Nazi High Holy Days for traditional religious holidays.
Nazi holidays included the 30th of January, the day Hitler came to power in 1933 and April 20th, his birthay, but the holiest day of all, and the one which served as a kind of Nazi Good Friday, was November 9th.
November 9th was a date connected with the National Socialist Movement from its very beginning, and with Adolf Hitler as far back as World War I.
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