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by Adolf Hitler,Telford Taylor

Free eBook Hitler's Secret Book (English and German Edition) download ISBN: 0394620038
Author: Adolf Hitler,Telford Taylor
Publisher: Grove Press, Inc (September 1, 1983)
Language: English German
Pages: 230
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
Size MP3: 1258 mb
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Rating: 4.7
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Hitler describes his political theories, discusses German needs and objectives, economics, and foreign policy.

Hitler describes his political theories, discusses German needs and objectives, economics, and foreign policy.

The Zweites Buch was not published in 1928 because Mein Kampf did not sell well at that time and Hitler's publisher, Franz-Eher-Verlag, told Hitler that a second book would hinder sales even more.

Hitler's Table Talk" (German: Tischgespräche im Führerhauptquartier) is the title given to a series of World War II monologues delivered by Adolf Hitler, which were transcribed from 1941 to 1944

Hitler's Table Talk" (German: Tischgespräche im Führerhauptquartier) is the title given to a series of World War II monologues delivered by Adolf Hitler, which were transcribed from 1941 to 1944.

In the case of Adolf Hitler, most people interested enough to read anything more than "Hitler Quotes" from some internet database will have consulted his First Book, MEIN KAMPF (My Battle/Struggle), which was published in 1925/26. For many decades, from the date of its first publication on through until even now, Mein Kampf is considered important as a "key to Hitler's mind.

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Good information - much of it not known or published in history books. VERY poor translation from German into English.

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Written by. Adolf Hitler Video. Adolf Hitler. Hitler describes his political theories, discusses German needs and objectives, economics, and foreign policy, and argues in support of racial strength. Manufacturer: Grove Press, Inc Release date: 1 September 1983 ISBN-10 : 0394620038 ISBN-13: 9780394620039.

Hitler's Secret Book book. It contains a catalog of shocking policy statements and previously undisclosed plans of world conquest at the core of Nazi ideology that Hitler concluded were too provocative for publication.

Hitler was roundly condemned by every other German political party for his .

Hitler was roundly condemned by every other German political party for his views about the Tyrol issue; even many of the other Nazi leaders were uncomfortable with Hitler's stance. Hitler wrote Zweites Buch initially to explain why he felt that Germany should not champion Tyrol's German population. Moreover, Hitler attacked Stresemann for his goal of restoring Germany to its pre-1914 position.

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Hitler describes his political theories, discusses German needs and objectives, economics, and foreign policy, and argues in support of racial strength
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Helldor
I recommend that everyone, especially those interested in history and politics, read "Mein Kampf" (1925) and and "Hitler's Second Book" (1928, titled in the US as "Hitler's Secret Book). The reason is very simple, everything he wrote and planned came true. It's powerful stuff and it's something to learn from. History was Hitler's favorite subject and that is clearly on display in "Hitler's Secret Book" in which he discusses the South Tyrol problem. It's an excellent display of his grasp of history and the reality of power politics in the 1920's. It does not matter what you think or feel about the Nazis--read this book, you will learn a lot.
Kinashand
did not know it existed.
Cia
For all history buffs this book is must read.
Laizel
Good information - much of it not known or published in history books.
VERY poor translation from German into English. The translator missed the nuances of the German language.
Opimath
Hitlers second book. 4 stars is for what it is. I will readily admit that reading Hitler is tough chewy meat. Its takes mental effort to understand his point of view.
Rigiot
Fast shipping....good price.
Quynaus
Clearly a rough draft done about 1928. Rambling. Tends to put one asleep. Obsessively goes on about the South Tyrol German minority in Italy trying to defuse it as a German domestic political issue. Useful in illuminating geopolitical views and directions regarding France, Italy, Russia and his later to be proven erroneous evaluation of England. Obsessed with a nations daily bread and need for lebensraum, the source of which was to be the East. Must have been a nightmare to have to listen to him.
First, I found this book to be rather tedious. The book tends to ramble, repeat, wander, and so forth. It is not a well structured discourse.

However, the book contains a number of interesting (and almost prophetic) insights into German mistakes in past foreign policy. These tend to be prophetic in the sense that Hitler repeated those exact patterns he identified as mistakes as the WWII progressed. I suppose hindsight is always 20/20.....

Similarly the book is sheds some light on the view of race that Hitler held. He discusses racial differences between the Spartans and Persians and assumes that the differences there, not differences of social organization or military technology, made the major differences in war. Hitler's single-minded focus on race and lebensraum together help to explain not only the developments regarding the Holocaust but also major strategic blunders in the war. For example, he believed that the Russians were incapable of building states that could withstand invasion, so he expected them to fall quickly when attacked.

On the whole I would recommend this work to anyone interested in history of WWII.