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Analysis of a political speech
The historical speech of Otto Wels which was before the Centre Party, the Nazi Party and the German National People’s Party had voted for the Enabling Act in 1933. On the 27th February 1933 Hitler wanted to have the “Enabling Act” passed by a two third majority of the Reichstag.
This “Enabling Act” would allow him to pass laws without asking the Reichstag for their consent. Otto Wels was the leader of the parliamentary group “SPD” and used his political rank to speak to the Reichstag and the German citizens. He spoke to them because he wanted to declare the SPD’s opposition to the Enabling Act as well as the persecution of more than 40.000 Communists and Social Democrats since the burning of the Reichstag.
The leader of the parliamentary group “SPD” held that speech on the 23rd of March 1933 to the members of the Reichstag. The speech had taken place in the Kroll Opera House in Berlin because the Reichstag was burned some days before. The Kroll Opera House was also used for the vote on the Enabling Act.
The atmosphere in the Kroll Opera House could be described as very tensed because of the different opinions between the parties. The audience was mostly made up of National Socialists. On this day only 94 SPD members were seated in the Kroll Opera House.
The speaker Otto Wels who was born on the 15th of September 1873 in Berlin was the leader of the “SPD”. He didn’t like the idea of an Enabling Act, so he was hated by the National Socialists who aimed with the help of this Enabling Act for a takeover.
The speech is a reaction to the Enabling Act. The original version is divided up of more than 3 paragraphs. The speaker’s language is characterized by a grave and dramatic way of speaking which supports his message giving a gravity to his commitment to the d.....[read full text]