5 "Main Book" Remains of Hitler

5 "Main Book" Remains of Hitler: ITVEST through World War II had made ketar-ketir America and its allies. Imagine, through shaft "ROBERTO" Rome-Berlin-Tokyo, Adolf Hitler and his allies have made a topsy turvy countries in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Thoughts Hitler had become a byword dimasanya, especially the idea of ​​the idea of ​​superior Aryan race. Here are some thoughts Hitler documented and summarized in several books:

1. Mein Kampf

Mein Kampf ("My Struggle") is a book by Adolf Hitler. This book Hitler wrote while in prison. In this book, he talks about his views on the future of Germany. He also describes his future plans for the Jews.

As he rose to power, in 1933, he manifest some of the book, one of which resulted in the massacre of the Jews. The book is available free in the civil offices during Nazi rule in Germany. After World War II, the book is considered to be illegal for sale in Germany and Austria

2. Zweites Buch

The Buch Zweites ("Book Two") is an edited transcript of the mind of Adolf Hitler on foreign policy written in 1928. The book was written after the first book called Mein Kampf.

Bad results after the election of the Nazi Party in 1928, Hitler decided that the public does not fully understand his ideas. He retired to Munich and began dictating Mein Kampf sequel that focuses on foreign policy, to extend the ideas in the book.

Buch Zweites origins can be traced back to one of the major issues during the 1928 Reichstag elections, as well as the condition of ethnic Germans in Italy.

3. My Political Testament

Testament of Adolf Hitler was asked by Hitler after receiving a telegram from Göring Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring that prompts succession, combined with the news that Himmler trying to negotiate surrender with the Allies.

The contents will be dictated by Hitler to his secretary Traudl Junge which was eventually published in his Berlin Führerbunker on April 29, 1945, the day that Hitler and Eva Braun were married.

They allegedly committed suicide the next day on April 30, two days before the surrender Berlin to the Soviets on May 2, and more than a week before the end of World War II in Europe on May 8. It consists of two separate documents, wills and political evidence.

4. Unmasked: two confidential interviews with Hitler in 1931 (Ohne Maske)

Unmasked: two confidential interviews was with Hitler in 1931 which later became a book that claimed to consist of short notes Richard Breiting transcripts of two confidential interviews with Hitler in 1931.

In addition there is an essay (in the form of an epilogue) by Dr Edouard Calic titled The Anatomy demagogy and Adolf Hitler Bent for Destruction, a comprehensive set of notes and also by Calic foreword by Golo Mann.

The authenticity of the transcript have been tested. First published in German in 1968 under the title Ohne Maske, The book is translated by Richard H Barry and published by Chatto & Windus in 1971

5. Hitler und Briefe Notizen

Hitler's Letters and Notes is a book by Werner Maser. This book is a collection of Adolf Hitler's private correspondence and personal notation with comments by Maser.

This book contains photo-facsimile of the original hand-written documents, from age 17 until his death. Maser found this book malambungkan new perspective to the development of Hitler's political philosophy.

6. Tischgesprache (Hitler's Table Talk)

Hitler's Table Talk (Tischgesprache) is the title given to a series of conversations and monologues wartime delivered by Adolf Hitler, which is transcribed from the period 1941-1944.

Statement Hitler was noted by Heinrich Heim, Henry Picker, and Martin Bormann, and later published by different editors, under different titles, in three different languages.

Martin Bormann, who served as Hitler's personal secretary, persuaded Hitler to allow a special team of officers choose to record any personal brief conversation for posterity.

The first record was taken by Heinrich Heim lawyers, ranging from 5 July 1941 to mid-March 1942. Then followed Henry Picker took note of March 21, 1942 until August 2, 1942, after Heinrich Heim and Martin Bormann continued adding material until 1944.

Talks note (Führer Headquarters) Führerhauptquartier in Hitler's inner circle. The talk was not just thinking about war and foreign affairs, but also the characteristics of Hitler's attitude about religion, culture, philosophy, personal aspirations, and feelings about enemies and friends.


5 "Main Book" Remains of Hitler