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Online Sources: Adolf Hitler
Book Sources: Adolf Hitler
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Hitler's Secret Book by
Call Number: DD253 .H523713 1983
Translation of a manuscript dictated by Hitler in 1928. Published in Germany in 1961 under title: Hitlers zweites Buch.
Hitler's Table Talk, 1941-1944 : His Private Conversations by
Call Number: DD247.H5 A685 2008
Translation of the Bormann-Vermerke.
American ed. published under title: Secret conversations, 1941-1944.
"This is the complete text of the original edition with additional documents"--T.p. verso.
Hitler Memoirs of a Confidant by
Call Number: DD247.H5 W1913 1985
Edited by Henry Ashby Turner, Jr. ; translated by Ruth Hein.
Translation of: Hitler aus nächster Nähe.
I Paid Hitler by
Call Number: DD253.T549 I11
Dictated to Emery Reves and, in part, revised, corrected and approved by the author.
Translated from the original by Cesar Saerchinger
Mein Kampf by
Call Number: DD247.H5 A322 1971
Translated by Ralph Manheim
Secret Conversations, 1941-1944 by
Call Number: DD247.H5 A685
Translated by Norman Cameron and R. H. Stevens. With an introductory essay on The mind of Adolf Hitler, by H. R. Trevor-Roper.
"The original Bormann-Vermerke ... translated in full."
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