Nazi propaganda minister Joseph’s Goebbels diaries from January 1932 to May 1933 provide a first-hand chronicle of the tumultuous time which saw Adolf Hitler propelled from his civilian... More > headquarters at the Kaiserhof Hotel into the office of Chancellor.
The day-by-day entries provide riveting reading and reveal long-suppressed facts:
- How the Weimar “democracy” forced the Nazis into fighting elections while banning their newspapers and forbidding them to hold public meetings;
- The campaign of terrorism and murder waged against the NSDAP by the communists;
-The NSDAP’s funding;
-The political intrigues which eventually forced the establishment to offer the post of Chancellor to Hitler;
-The burning of the Reichstag;
- The Jewish declaration of war against Germany and the counter-boycott of Jewish shops in German; and much more.
This new edition includes 18 appendices of a number articles by the author, taken from his newspaper and from speeches made at the time.< Less