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The Essential Hitler:

Speeches and Commentary

Hardcover (862 pages), paperback
A Third Reich reference book, arranged by topic, gives insight into the twisted madman's regime and his speeches that mesmerized so many.

The Essential Hitler:

For readers interested in the Third Reich, the Holocaust, Nazism, and genocides. Taken from Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations, 1932 1945, a four-volume set, this 850+ page abridgement is arranged by topic:

  1. Introduction and personal notes
  2. Chronology
  3. Hitler s ideology (general, race, Jews, religion)
  4. Hitler's state (state and government, party and state, society people and function)
  5. Hitler s economy (public/private, major works)
  6. Art (fine arts, buildings)
  7. Army and state
  8. War and diplomacy
  9. Road to war
  10. Press
  11. Major speeches
  12. Conclusions

A topical index is included. There is no other abridgement of Hitler's Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945. There is no larger commentary or more extensive notes.

Standard reference book on the Third Reich
Highly acclaimed by the international community
Carefully researched and documented
Outstanding commentary by Domarus, noted historian
Commentary places events in context and clarifies Hitler's ideology

'An invaluable reference tool.'
- Aaron Kornblum, Holocaust Museum

This title abridges the four-volume English translation of Domarus' magnum opus, organized topically. It is in release concurrently with a new eBook The Complete Hitler: A Digital Desktop Reference (978-0-86516-658-5) of the entire original work in English and German in searchable PDF format.

The four volume Hitler: Reden 1932 bis 1945 - Kommentiert von Einem Deutschen Zeitgenossen (978-0-86516-329-4) and its English translation Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations 1932-1945 - The Chronicle of a Dictatorship (978-0-86516-228-0) are also in release now from Bolchazy-Carducci.

Library note: Recommended for collections in American History, Military & War, Politics, Reference, Scholarly, Translation, World History. Comment: These products are based on the classic research of Max Domarus contained in four English and four German volumes.

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