Various ‎– Hitler's Inferno - In Words, In Music 1932-1945 - Marching Songs Of Nazi Germany

Audio Rarities ‎– 2445, Audio Rarities ‎– LPA 2445
Vinyl, LP, Compilation


A1 Adolf Hitler Speaks In Rome. 1937
A2 Unknown Artist The Crowd Cheer And Sing, "Deutschland Über Alles"
A3 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Die Fahne Hoch" (Horst Wessel Lied)
A4 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Heil Hitler Dir!"
A5 Paul Joseph Goebbels* Introduces Adolf Hitler. 1934
B1 Adolf Hitler Speaks In Vienna. 1939
B2 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Heil Deutschland"
B3 The Nazi Storm Troopers Sing, "Wenn Die S.S. Und Die S.A. Aufmarschiert"
B4 The Small Berlin School Children Sing, "Die Jugend Marschiert"
B5 Goering*, Hess*, Von Ribbentrop* The Defendents, (Goering, Hess, Von Ribbentrop, Etc.) Plead "Not Guilty" At The Nuremberg War Crimes Trial



Label variation: No stars. "A Kinor Release" written on one line on side A, but two lines on side B.
Cover variation: back is black, white and red.

Catalog number listed on spine as LPA 2445
A Kinor Release
Unbreakable vinylite.
Quote from the sleeve: Never before has this shocking material been heard in the United States. Most of these songs and speeches were taken from German radio stations after the war. Their joyous quality is frightening, when one thinks of the murder and destruction that followed. It must never happen again in the civilized world.

Code-barres et autres identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout: LPA - 2445 - A5 8-25-59 BC - 286Y - 8641 - A5
  • Matrix / Runout: LPA 2445 - B5 b&c 286Y - 8641 - B5