Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945: The years 1941 to 1945
This four-volume work carries the collected statements of Adolf Hitler, available now for the first time in English. Through Hitler's own words, and the accompaning detailed commentary on their historical background, we receive a unique, and most comprehensive, day-to-day chronicle of the Third Reich.
Max Domarus has published numerous works on Franconian and German history, in particular the Baroque age. In 1950, he began his first publications on contemporary history describing the Allies' strategic air raids on major German cities.
When, in 1932, Hitler became the most important political figure in Germany, Dr. Domarus began to collect his public statements, speeches, proclamations, interviews, and letters, being conscious of their eventual documentary value. Friends at home and abroad persuaded him to make comments on this unique collection and publish it in its entirety.
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Review: Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945 (English Volume III: 1939-1940) (Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945)User Review - Shaniqua - Goodreads
I especially like his speech about how bad jews are. Oh wait that's every speech nevermind. Read full review