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This is a new edition of a major document from World War II with additional, previously unavailable texts assembled from the stenographic record of Hitler's informal conversations ordered by Martin Bormann. These texts remain the classic collection of Hitler's nighttime monologues with his entourage, covering mostly nonmilitary subjects and long-range plans. Hitler lets his thoughts wander, never failing to provide an opinion on every subject. Additional documents from various archives make this the most complete English-language edition in print.
Gerhard L. Weinberg is a distinguished professor at the University of North Carolina.
Table of Contents
|"The Mind of Adolf Hitler"|
|1941, 5 July-31 December||p. 5|
|1942, 1 January-5 February||p. 127|
|1942, 6 February-7 September||p. 227|
|1943, 13 June-24 June||p. 533|
|1944, 13 March-29-30 November||p. 543|
|New translation from the German original stenographic documents from the Library of Congress||p. 549|
|Greiner Document||p. 570|
|Adolf Hitler and the Post-War German Birthrate, An Unpublished Memorandum||p. 572|
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