The Royal Nazis

August 12, 2015

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Disturbing images of Queen Elizabeth and her family have hit the news stands all over the world. In Late July, a home movie was leaked showing young Elizabeth (age 6) learning how to do a Nazi salute. As we shall see, this is not an isolated incedent, the whole royal family seems obsessed with the Nazis and some were very much supporters of Hitler and the Nazi movement. Here’s from CNN:

http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/18/europe/uk-queen-nazi-salute-footage/
(excerpt)
“London (CNN)—The Sun newspaper has sparked a furor in Britain by releasing decades-old footage of Queen Elizabeth II — then a young girl — giving a Nazi salute as she played with her family.

Buckingham Palace criticized the newspaper’s decision to publish on its website the private family film, which was shot around 1933, when the future Queen was only about 6 years old and as Adolf Hitler had just risen to power in Germany.

“It is disappointing that film, shot eight decades ago and apparently from (Her Majesty’s) personal family archive, has been obtained and exploited in this manner,” a Buckingham Palace spokesman said.

The print version of the Sun, Britain’s best-selling tabloid newspaper, published a still image taken from the footage — showing Elizabeth alongside her mother, her 3-year-old sister Princess Margaret and her uncle, who would later be crowned Edward VIII — on its front page with the headline, “Their royal heilnesses.”

The short black-and-white clip, filmed at the royals’ Balmoral estate in Scotland, shows Edward — whom the paper describes as “Nazi-sympathising” — apparently encouraging his young nieces and sister-in-law to perform the salute, before himself joining them.

“While there is clearly no suggestion that the Queen or Queen Mother were ever Nazi sympathisers, Edward’s links with Hitler and fascism are very well documented,” the article says.”
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The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, 1937

The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, 1937

Here is some deeper detail of Nazi influence on the royal family from Global Research:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-british-royal-family-supported-hitler-and-the-nazis/5383589

Prince Charles’ “well-intentioned” remark comparing Russian President Vladimir Putin to Hitler is ironic considering the well-established fact the British royal family was cozy with the real Hitler back in the day.

Prince Harry’s Nazi uniform, explained away as an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction in 2005, revisited a public relations disaster the royal family spent decades patching up.

Following the First World War, the royal family changed its name from Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor to distract attention from its German heritage.

Family members of Prince Philip, who is from the house of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg, were unabashed supporters of Hitler and the Nazis.

Brother-in-law, Prince Christoph of Hesse, was a member of the SS. He piloted fighters that attacked allied troops in Italy.

Several weeks before Germany invaded Poland King George VI and his wife, the late Queen Mother, sent Hitler a birthday greeting.

“I never thought Hitler was such a bad chap,” said George’s brother, the former King Edward VIII, who became the Duke of Windsor after abdicating in 1936. Edward made this remark in 1970 when it was widely known that Hitler and the Nazis had directly and indirectly killed more than 40 million civilians and soldiers.

The Nazis planned to install the Duke as leader after a successful conquest of Britain. The former head of British naval intelligence said Hitler “would soon be in this country, but that there was no reason to worry about it because he would bring the Duke of Windsor over as king.”

Other royals were also connected to the Nazis. Baron Gunther von Reibnitz, the father of Princess Michael of Kent, was a party member and an honorary member of the SS. The brother of Princess Alice was a Nazi who claimed Hitler had done a “wonderful job.” Charles Edward was placed under house arrest after the war for his Nazi sympathies. He was sentenced by a denazification court, heavily fined and almost bankrupted.

Much of the British gentry also held a fondness for Hitler and the Nazis. Lord Halifax was infatuated with Hitler and Sir Oswald Mosely served as the leader of the British Black Shirts.

Montagu Norman, 1st Baron Norman, the Governor of the Bank of England from 1920 to 1944, was a close friend of the German Central Bank President Hjalmar Schacht. Schacht was an ardent supporter of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party and served in the Nazi government as President of the Reichsbank and Minister of Economics. Norman played a key role in transferring Czechoslovakian gold to the Nazis in March 1939.
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And this came out a while back; a very nice picture of Prince Harry in a Nazi uniform:

Prince Harry

Prince Harry

It’s pretty obvious that this is more than just “clowning around”. While a 6 year-old Queen Elizabeth may not be held responsable for the salute, the rest of her family demonstrates a deeper interest in all things Nazi. We need to realize that the Nazis never went away, they just went “underground”.

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