Video: Hitler reacts to West Bengal getting renamed Paschim Banga

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Mamta's administrative order had profound consequences for the past

Even as Soviet troops were closing in on Berlin during the final days of the Second World War, Hitler received a letter circa August 22 2011 that was sent back in time. Hitler went into a rant upon discovering the contents of the letter which was recorded by his mistress Eva Braun for the sake of posterity.

Eva Braun’s great grand niece, Michele Pfund, recently came into possession of this historical footage that throws light on two seminal events in world history – the final days of the Third Reich and the renaming of West Bengal as ‘Paschim Banga’.

Michele was kind enough to lend this valuable footage to The Unreal Times Berlin correspondent, Helmut Schmidt. See below for the Fuhrer’s reaction to Mamta’s administrative move:

 



  • HarkaramjitSingh Dhillon

    It is shear MADNESS on the part of Politicians to change the Geographical names with out any social demand , Previously they have changed the spellings of CALCUTTA to KOLKATTA , in my opinion if at all it was necessary to INDIANISE it , It should be KALKATTA , because , the Bengalee people pronounce letter A as O , e.g. all will pronounce MAMTA as MOMTA , they cannot Pronounce MAMTA in its correct form.

    • Neeraj

      How is it decided that north India way is the correct way? And btw, the name of the CM of WB is Mamata not Mamta and in Bangla it is pronounced as Momota. As far as the name of Calcutta is concerned, Bengalis pronounce it as Kolkata, not Kolkatta as you have mentioned. Kalkatta is the north indian version of Kolkata. Please do not be linguistic chauvinist.

      • Rahul

        Abbe sardar hai.. itna hi dimaag chalta hai !

    • a g

      IT IS KOLKATA )(ONE T) AND MAMATA AND THE WAY ALL THE BENGALI PRONUNCIATIONS ARE “CORRECT FORMS” FOR THAT LANGUAGE. DO NOT GIVE OPINIONS ON THINGS YOU HAVE NO KNOWLEDGE OF, IN THIS CASE IT IS LINGUISTICS

    • Tanumoy Dutta

      It is not correct that we Bengalis can’t pronounce “A”. Every language have their own tones. Like English and Spanish have different tones. In a certain and popular sub language of Bengali tone “O” is used almost everywhere.

  • Vinay

    I absolutely agree with you Horkoromjit Ji.

  • http://www.yahoomail.com Rajkumar Maiti

    namaskar my didi- iam rajkumar my aders- palash pai P.T.-Daspur paschim medinipur .. pin no_721146