What is the meaning of “Ein volk, ein Reich, ein Führer”? Did Hitler ever say this?
This phrase was one of the most widely used slogans by the Nazi party throughout their regime both before and during WWII. The message was most certainly said by Hitler, with video evidence attesting to this. The phrase means “one people, one empire, one leader”. It meant that the Nazi party believed that they should control every aspect of German society and that Hitler was the absolute ruler of Germany. The phrase was used as justification for the Nazi party to seize control of every aspect of daily German life and to create a cult of personality around Hitler, their leader.