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The Great Tragedy: Germany's Declaration of War against America By Adolf Hitler
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The German declaration of war against America marked a decisive turning point in World War II. This speech was is a personally written explanation by Hitler of the background to the outbreak of the... More > war, its subsequent dramatic developments, why he decided to attack the Soviet Union in June 1941, Roosevelt’s hostile policies toward Germany, a short overview of the Germany’s place in the struggle for Europe, and the German leader’s desire for peace at any cost. The day after this speech was delivered, a highly inaccurate an edited version appeared in American newspapers. This is the first complete and accurate English translation. "Just as Rome once made her immortal contribution to the building and defense of the continent, so now have the Germanic peoples taken up the defense and protection of a family of nations which, although they may differ and diverge in their political structure and goals, nevertheless together constitute a racially and culturally unified and complementary whole.”< Less
Hitler's Second Book: German Foreign Policy By Adolf Hitler
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Often called Hitler’s “Secret Book,” this is the only full-length, completely unedited and correctly translated text of Hitler’s second book, written to explain National... More > Socialist foreign policy. Dictated in 1928 to Max Annan, head of the NSDAP’s publishing house, the unedited and draft manuscript, provisionally titled Deutsche Aussenpolitik but later more commonly known as Hitler’s “Second Book,” was never published in Hitler’s lifetime. Originally written as a propaganda recruitment tool designed to generate support for the NSDAP at the time of what he saw as an artificial crisis in German nationalist circles over the Italian occupation of South Tyrol, Hitler’s second book is of necessity dated with regard to some time-specific events. Nonetheless, it contains much more than just a discussion of the South Tyrol issue. The reader will find a large number of astonishingly prescient foresights into many pressing international issues which still occupy the world stage in the twenty-first century< Less
Hitler's Second Book: German Foreign Policy By Adolf Hitler
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Often called Hitler’s “Secret Book,” this is the only full-length, completely unedited and correctly translated text of Hitler’s second book, written to explain National... More > Socialist foreign policy. Dictated in 1928 to Max Annan, head of the NSDAP’s publishing house, the unedited and draft manuscript, provisionally titled Deutsche Aussenpolitik but later more commonly known as Hitler’s “Second Book,” was never published in Hitler’s lifetime. Originally written as a propaganda recruitment tool designed to generate support for the NSDAP at the time of what he saw as an artificial crisis in German nationalist circles over the Italian occupation of South Tyrol, Hitler’s second book is of necessity dated with regard to some time-specific events. Nonetheless, it contains much more than just a discussion of the South Tyrol issue. The reader will find a large number of astonishingly prescient foresights into many pressing international issues which still occupy the world stage in the twenty-first century.< Less