Hitler's secret book. Introd. by Telford Taylor. Translated by Salvator Attanasio.

New York, Grove Press [1962] .

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Standard Title Hitlers zweites Buch. English
Subjects Diplomatic relations.
Germany -- Foreign relations -- 20th century.
Description 230 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Translation of a manuscript dictated by Hitler in 1928. Published in Germany in 1961 under title: Hitlers zweites Buch.
Summary Product Description: In May, 1945, an American officer in Germany confiscated the manuscript of an unpublished book ascribed to Adolf Hitler and sent it to the United States. The book had been dictated in the summer of 1928, and then placed in a safe at the Nazi party central publishing house with strict orders that it was not to be published or shown to anyone. After its confiscation by the U.S. Army, the manuscript was kept in the World War II Records Division of the United States National Archives, and in the summer of 1958, it was identified beyond any question as a second book by Hitler, devoted entirely to foreign policy.
Contents Introduction / Telford Taylor -- Foreword -- 1: War and peace -- 2: Necessity of strife -- 3: Race and will in the struggle for power -- 4: Elements of foreign policy -- 5: National socialist foreign policy -- 6: German needs and aims -- 7: Policies of second Reich -- 8: Military power and fallacy of border restoration as goal -- 9: Hopelessness of economic solution -- 10: Necessity for an active foreign policy -- 11: Germany and Russia -- 12: German foreign policy -- 13: German goals -- 14: England as an ally -- 15: Italy as an ally -- 16: Summary -- Index.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)403576
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
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