Hitler S Table Talk 1941 1944

Author: Adolf Hitler
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ISBN: 9781929631063
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One of the most significant documents of recent history. This book records private, off the record, informal conversations of a man, who, more then anyone else, came close to destroying the western world.

Hitler S Table Talk 1941 1944

Author: Trevor-Roper Trevor-Roper
Editor: Enigma Books
ISBN: 1936274930
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New material adds value to this classic edition, with an introduction by historian Gerhard L. Weinberg.

Table Talk 1941 1944

Author: Adolf Hitler
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Hitler S Table Talk

Author: Martin Bormann
Editor: Ostara Publications
ISBN: 9781684186150
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The German leader's mealtime conversations with close friends, which reveal his opinions on enemies, friends, and a variety of topics including art, science, history, religion, nature, Europeans, non-Europeans and a vast number of other topics.

Hitler S Table Talk

Author: Ian Tinny
Editor: No Pledge Publishing
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Everyone has heard media descriptions of Nazism and Fascism in critiques of Adolf Hitler. But what did “Der Fuhrer” truly say when he talked? To find out, come inside Hitler's mouth; experience his twisted tongue; see what he said. This book examines the actual words of a man who came close to destroying the world. These revelations are indisputably authentic, raw, and fascinating. They are an unretouched look at the inner recesses of the mind of Hitler. This is a useful companion volume or study guide to Hitler's Mein Kampf, whereby what had been a vague plan suddenly was reality, almost to the disbelief of its author. Specific examination of Mein Kampf is made in chapter 9 of this book. If we are to discover the mind of Hitler, we must penetrate behind the thick curtains of superficial evidence which conceal it and the unreliable media intermediaries who have distorted it. Here is a startling expose' of the origin of Hitler's views on his enemies, his friends, his ambitions, his failures, and his goals. This book reveals those origins, including shocking practices he borrowed from the USA.

Antisemitism

Author: Richard S. Levy
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1851094393
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Written by top scholars in an accessible manner, this unique encyclopedia offers worldwide coverage of the origins, forms, practitioners, and effects of antisemitism, leading to the Holocaust and surviving to the present day. * 650 A-Z entries by over 200 scholars from 21 countries * Illustrations such as caricatures, political cartoons, maps, and pictures of famous antisemites and historical episodes * Citations of recent literature that follow each entry * Detailed index listing people, places, concepts, and events that enables users to find information about subjects not treated in dedicated articles * Direction at the end of each entry to other articles with special relevance to the topic

Hitler Redux

Author: Mikael Nilsson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 9780367353063
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"After Hitler's death, several posthumous books were published which purported to be the verbatim words of the Nazi leader - two of the most important of these documents were Hitler's Table Talk and The Testament of Adolf Hitler. This ground-breaking book provides the first in-depth analysis and critical study of Hitler's so-called table talks and their history, provenance, translation, reception, and usage. Based on research in public and private archives in four countries, the book shows when, why, where, how, by and for whom the table talks were written, how reliable the texts are, and how historians should approach and use them. It reveals the crucial role of the mysterious Swiss Nazi Francois Genoud as well as some very poor judgement from several famous historians in giving these dubious sources more credibility than they deserved. The book sets the record straight regarding the nature of these volumes as historical sources - proving inter alia The Testament to be a clever forgery - and aims to establish a new consensus on their meaning and impact on historical research into Hitler and the Third Reich. This path-breaking historical investigation will be of considerable interest to all researchers and historians of the Nazi era"--

Franco And The Axis Stigma

Author: D. Pike
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230205445
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Examines Franco's relations with Hitler and Mussolini during the Second World War, this book makes use of two major sources: the German Admiralty's archives, stunning in their evidence of Franco's support; and the Spanish press, operating under a totalitarian regime and yearning for an Axis victory to the bitter end.

Hitler

Author: Percy Ernst Schramm
Editor: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 0897339053
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Percy Ernst Schramm, one of Germany's most distinguished historians, had exceptional insight into Hitler's headquarters while acting as War Diary Office of the High Command of the German Armed Forces. This classic volume, long out of print, contains the introductions written by Schramm to critical editions of Hitler's Table Talk and the official War Diary of the High Command of the Wehrmacht. In addition, there are two appendices: the first consisting of excerpts from a study composed by Schramm for the Nuremberg Trials on relations between Hitler and the General Staff; the second a memorandum written by General Jodl in 1946 on Hitler's military leadership.

Greeks Romans Germans

Author: Johann Chapoutot
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520292979
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Much has been written about the conditions that made possible Hitler's rise and the Nazi takeover of Germany, but when we tell the story of the National Socialist Party, should we not also speak of Julius Caesar and Pericles? Greeks, Romans, Germans argues that to fully understand the racist, violent end of the Nazi regime, we must examine its appropriation of the heroes and lessons of the ancient world. When Hitler told the assembled masses that they were a people with no past, he meant that they had no past following their humiliation in World War I of which to be proud. The Nazis' constant use of classical antiquity—in official speeches, film, state architecture, the press, and state-sponsored festivities—conferred on them the prestige and heritage of Greece and Rome that the modern German people so desperately needed. At the same time, the lessons of antiquity served as a warning: Greece and Rome fell because they were incapable of protecting the purity of their blood against mixing and infiltration. To regain their rightful place in the world, the Nazis had to make all-out war on Germany's enemies, within and without.