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and you are also inaccurate

and you are also inaccurate that Hitler was Anti-gun. I interviewed a German former Hitler Youth in college, and the general German population were allowed to own fire-arms. The hitler youth and German population were trained to use them. When the Soviets were taking over Berlin. Hitler armed the civilians, who were that time only consisted of the Hitler Youth and Elderly men to fight against the Soviets. It wasn't until after the war, when the allies came in, they banned all weapons, and initiated the de-Nazification process.

You are also so wrong about Hitler being anti-farming. The German farmers were his largest supporters. They supplied the military rations as well as the civilian population. The Nazi's had a policy that was referred to as "Blut und Boden" which meant blood with the soil, that the German people and the land they inhabited was one.