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Hitler's Secret Conversations
New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, 1953. First printing.
With an introduction by Hugh Trevor-Roper, this is a huge compilation from the endless, rambling conversations that Hitler liked to preside over.
A man with little social life, he developed a fixed routine of staying up late pontificating to a chosen audience, when his many utterances were duly recorded.
Some of his opinions make perfect sense; other parts, not so much.
Hardcover with jacket. 597 pages.
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