Domarus' indispensable eight volumes 5,724 pages total; four volumes in English, four in German of Hitler's speeches and proclamations with commentary is available in an easily portable eBook. This searchable PDF document (created with AdobeTM AcrobatTM) provides incomparable access for anyone interested in research and in-depth study. Special Features * Easily perform complex proximity searches to discover elements of Hitler's dictatorship not easily indexed. Click on the search results to navigate within the text. * Run basic keyword searches for any term, name, or place regardless of diacritics. * Bookmarks for each year and each event of the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler immediately bring you into the text. * Click on over 5,000 linked notes for instant access to additional context and commentary. * Follow links to images documenting Hitler's seduction of a nation and the aftermath of post-World War II Europe. This translation compiles speeches and proclamations from Hitler's rise to power in 1932 to his demise in 1945. It provides insight into his political agenda and ideology in an unprecedented span of years. Described as 'essential,' 'extraordinarily useful,' and 'indispensable,' this standard reference work on the Third Reich represents the most comprehensive collection of Hitler's Speeches, with an extensive commentary and the largest set of footnotes. It provides insight into his political agenda and ideology in addition to demonstrating his organizational and rhetorical skills. The four-volume set, Hitler Speeches and Proclamations is completely translated into English for the first time and is a much-needed addition to every public, research, historical, or personal library. 'An invaluable reference tool' Holocaust Museum, Washington D.C. 'An indispensable source for the history of our times.' Alan Bullock
Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945--The Chronicle of a Dictatorship (4 Volume Set) - ISBN 086516228X
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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. While still a young man, Dr. Domarus was already an expert on British history, also concentrating on Napoleon and William II. 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. This publication's most decisive feature is to be found in the clear, concise and insightful comments of the author. A sample of his commentary follows: Behind the scenes Hitler was busily preparing for his conquest of the East. On November 5, 1937, Hitler astounded his generals by revealing to them his intention of launching attacks upon Czecho-Slovakia and Austria in the near future. To Hitler's great displeasure, Blomberg and Fritsch did not in the least rejoice at such prospects. Instead, they ventured to voice misgivings over the Fuhrer's military analysis of the situation and, in particular, they disputed his a priori assumption that the Western Powers would remain neutral and indifferent to a German move of such importance. Hitler realized that, given their views on this topic, both Blomberg and Fritsch might become costly liabilities in the event of a war. Hence, he decided to rid himself of the two generals as soon as possible. This did not prove particularly difficult. Hitler succeeded in luring Blomberg into a marriage that provoked the Minister's downfall, and Fritsch was discredited on account of alleged homosexuality. On February 4, 1938, Hitler made official the removal of both military men from office.
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