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Hitler: TableTalk

Hitler's Table Talk is the title given to a series of private conversations and World War II monologues delivered by Adolf Hitler, which were transcribed from 1941 to 1944. Originally published: 1951 Author: Adolf Hitler

Hitler's Table Talk 1941-1944 Introduction and Preface by Hugh Trevor-Roper Copyright © Enigma Books 2000 First published in Great Britain by Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd, London a division of the Orion Publishing Company Introductory Essay 'The Mind of Hitler' and Preface © 2000 by H.R. Trevor-Roper English translation copyright © 1953 by Weidenfeld and Nicolson The moral right of H.R. Trevor-Roper to be identified as the author of the introductory essay 'The Mind of Hitler' and the Preface has been asserted by him in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by Enigma Books, Inc. 580 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018 www.enigmabooks.com Second Printing Printed and bound in Canada ISBN 1-929631-05-7

CONTENTS INTRODUCTION BY H. R. TREVOR-ROPER Preface to third edition The Mind of Adolf Hitler vii xi PART ONE 1941 5th July—31st December i PART TWO 1942 1st January—5th February 161 PART THREE 1942 6th February—7th September 297 PART FOUR 1943 13th June—24th June 701 PART FIVE 1944 13th March—29th-30th November 713 INDEX 723

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  • Page 12 and 13: THE NATURE OF GOD nature will guide
  • Page 14 and 15: 8 STALIN'S BUREAUCRATIC GOVERNMENT
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    48 MUSSOLINI'S DIFFICULTIES Vienna,

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    5O VALUE OF NEWS FILMS 31 Night of

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    52 GERMANY'S COLONISATION PARTNERS

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    54 HITLER'S PERSONAL WORRIES and on

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    56 ART OF LETTER WRITING All that w

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    58 CONCORDAT WITH CHURCHES whom I c

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    6O THE NEEDS OF THE SOUL stars are

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    62 THE METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE If at

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    64 THE RHINELAND OCCUPATION 41 15th

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    66 MONETARY THEORY out of my availa

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    68 EUROPEANISATION OF THE STEPPE Bu

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    70 THE TODT ORGANISATION position i

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    72 BRITAIN'S ENTRY INTO THE WAR Wha

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    74 LARGE FAMILIES. ARCHITECTURE If

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    76 HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY the Jew

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    78 ANCIENT GREECE. THE GERMANIC SPI

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    8O CONDUCT OF STATE CEREMONIAL Stat

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    82 RELUCTANT WAR LEADER If I try to

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    84 RIVAL EXPLANATIONS OF NATURAL PH

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    86 THE ADVANTAGE OF MODERN MAN of s

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    00 THE WRITING OF HISTORY With what

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    9O THE CHURCHES AND DIVORCE Take G

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    92 FIRM GRIP ON EASTERN TERRITORIES

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    94 THE MECHANISATION OF THE ARMY ab

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    96 QUALIFICATIONS FOR PARTY OFFICE

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    g8 IMPRESSIONS OF PARIS heart beat

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    IOO FOXES AND THE FOUR YEAR PLAN WO

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    IO2 DUTIES OF DIPLOMATISTS An up-to

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    IO4 PLANNED CIVIL SERVICE REFORM No

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    IO6 RACIAL SELECTION BY SS The Engl

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    IO8 ÉLITE MUST NOT BECOME EXCLUSIV

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    IIO THE FACE OF THE NEW EUROPE 61 a

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    112 PENAL LAW REFORM If I tolerated

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    114 QUESTIONS OF DIET type of man.

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    Il6 TWO THOUSAND YEARS OF PEOPLE'S

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    Il8 THE EVIL INFLUENCE OF JEWRY wit

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    I2O WEHRMACHT AND PARTY DECORATIONS

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    122 NO CHURCH SERVICES FOR PARTY ME

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    124 THE OTHER WORLD of these temple

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    126 PRESSING ECONOMIC PROBLEMS Euro

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    128 DIVISION OF LABOUR IN EUROPE co

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    130 CRITICISM OF LAWYERS initiative

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    132 TREASON AND BLACK-OUT CRIMES th

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    134 BOURGEOIS SYMPATHY FOR JEWS app

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    136 NATIONAL SOCIALISTS AT GOBURG o

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    138 THE "VÖLKISCHER BEOBACHTER" ma

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    140 RACIAL LAWS AGAINST JEWS 74 Nig

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    142 REFLECTIONS ON NATURE AND RELIG

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    144 RELIGIONS AND PEOPLES nature. B

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    146 ANTI-SEMITISM IN AUSTRIA theles

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    148 SOUTH GERMAN ART was that one d

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    150 THE JAPANESE ADVANCE style for

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    152 THE GLORY OF THE ETERNAL 81 Nig

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    154 ACHIEVEMENTS OF JULIUS STREICHE

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    156 PORTRAIT OF A SOCIALIST POLITIC

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    158 LABOUR AND INDUSTRIALISATION of

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    PART TWO 1942 1st January—5th Feb

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    164 CIVIL MARRIAGE, SPAIN, MOUNTAIN

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    i66 BRITAIN'S NAVY AND AIR FORCE pa

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    l68 SEPP DIETRICH AND GORING The ro

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    170 WINTER ON EASTERN FRONT to be i

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    172 ATTACK IN THE WEST, AFRICA, BLI

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    174 FIELD-MARSHAL, PRESIDENT the la

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    176 ADDRESSING MASS MEETINGS demago

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    178 THE USE OF TANKS—TWO CAMPS IN

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    l8o EUROPEAN SATELLITES—FAR EASTE

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    l82 RUSSIAN PRODUCTION AND ITS LIMI

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    184 ARMAMENTS — TWO KINDS OF WEAL

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    l86 DELEGATION OF WORK — CHURCHIL

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    l88 AMERICA A DECAYED COUNTRY But i

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    PREPARATIONS FOR CONFESSION article

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    192 STORY OF A JEWISH SCHOOLMASTER

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    IQ4 SCHOOL CERTIFICATE CELEBRATIONS

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    196 FLYING EXPERIENCES doubt. Anywa

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    198 MOTOR ROADS—JAPAN'S SELF-SUFF

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    2OO WEHRMACHT ORGANISATION 105 Nigh

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    2O2 BRITISH STATESMEN—JAPAN AND I

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    2O4 OCCUPATION OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA ve

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    2O6 AUSTRIAN ARCHITECTURE longer po

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    2O8 FUEHRER MUST HAVE NO FAVOURITES

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    210 BAVARIAN CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS from

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    212 ADVENTURES AT BERGHTESGADEN muc

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    214 GERMAN DAY AT BERCHTESGADEN I i

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    2l6 WOMEN IN THE PARTY big industri

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    2l8 OTHER FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS by

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    22O RUSSIA'S UNEXPECTED WINTER ill

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    222 INTERVIEW WITH HINDENBURG diffe

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    224 THE END OF REPARATIONS vaults!"

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    226 THE CASE AGAINST DUELS views. N

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    228 AGE AND QUALITIES OF OFFICERS O

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    230 GERMANY S DIET The Swiss are on

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    232 HITLER AND HIS DOG hour I feel

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    234 THE OLD REICH IN GERMANY AND AU

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    236 A FUTURE REFORMER OF NATIONAL S

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    238 VIRTUES OF A SIMPLE ADMINISTRAT

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    240 HIMMLER ON COURTESY Himmler int

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    242 OLYMPIC GAMES, BAYREUTH, NUREMB

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    244 HITLER AND HIS SERVANTS drivers

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    246 IDEAL WOMAN UNATTAINABLE home,

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    248 STUDY OF HISTORY accustomed was

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    250 NO TASTE FOR LIES AND POLITICS

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    252 NO WOMEN IN REICHSTAG In no loc

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    254 SOME BRITISH POLITICIANS It wou

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    256 OPPORTUNITIES IN NATIONAL SOCIA

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    258 ORIGIN OF GERMANY'S ECONOMIC PL

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    26o THE BRITISH AND GERMAN NAVIES G

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    262 A DANGEROUS OPPONENT risk of ou

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    264 MILLIONAIRES IN GERMANY AND BRI

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    266 FIRST INFORMATION ON FASCISM I

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    268 TOUR Of ITALY away by the skill

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    270 SOME OF HITLER'S OPPONENTS In t

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    272 A COUP — CLASH WITH COMMUNIST

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    274 CHURCHILL STANDS ALONE containe

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    276 DISTRUST OF DIPLOMATIC CORPS pr

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    278 BRITISH SECRET SERVICE PRAISED

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    280 INVITATION TO A LODGE to other

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    282 LEGAL FORM OF NSDAP amongst the

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    284 A MERCEDES AND DRIVING LESSONS

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    286 CALLS ON BAVARIAN MINISTERS fir

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    288 REFLECTIONS ON COLLECTIVE MADNE

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    CIVILISATIONS, CLIMATES, COLONISATI

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    2Q2 RUDOLF HESS TRICKS POLICE 139 5

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    294 HITLER AS A MOUNTAINEER 140 5th

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    PART THREE I 942 6th February—yth

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    30O VALUE OF ALLIANCE WITH JAPAN po

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    3O2 LUCK ON EASTERN FRONT 143 7th F

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    304 FALSE PATRIOTS AND RESISTERS ot

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    306 THE PRICE OF LOYALTY OF THE CHU

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    308 SUPERIORITY OF GERMAN TANKS Wha

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    3io HITLER'S INTEREST IN MOTORING S

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    312 PRIDE, VANITY, EGOTISM, IDEALIS

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    314 PEACE AND THE NATURAL ORDER wha

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    316 GOETHE'S HOUSE AND THE BERGHOF

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    318 HITLER'S CHOICE OF CLOTHES shor

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    32O NARROW-MINDED CLERGY GERMAN THE

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    322 BOLSHEVISM DESTROYS LAUGHTER to

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    324 PATRON OF ART AND SCIENCE that

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    326 PROGRESS OF VOLKSWAGEN arrive i

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    328 CONQUEST OF EUROPE AND AFRICA o

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    33O THE PARTY PUBLISHER announce th

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    332 ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINES found it

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    334 JOKES AGAINST HITLER Praetorius

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    336 NATIONAL SOCIALISM A GERMAN PHE

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    338 RUMANIANS AND HUNGARIANS For th

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    34O THREE MONTHS' HOLIDAY AFTER WAR

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    342 RELIGIOUS ERA OF TOLERANCE Thos

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    344 QUALITIES OF A GOVERNOR sunny e

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    346 PROPAGANDA TO BRITAIN I've expl

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    348 STANDARDISATION OF BUILDING the

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    35O A FRIEND WITH MANY WOMEN his B

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    352 MARRIAGE BEARDS—ILLEGITIMATE

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    354 BRITAIN'S GOOD GOVERNMENT OF IN

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    356 HITLER'S INTERESTS AT SCHOOL gi

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    WORDS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN Logic would

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    360 HITLER'S CHANGE OF CHARACTER up

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    362 CIVILIAN OCCUPATION AND MILITAR

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    364 THE CASE FOR AND AGAINST GAMBLI

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    366 THE DANUBE SHIPPING COMPANY Her

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    368 TORIES AND LABOUR of English po

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    37O HITLER THE CONNOISSEUR OF ART t

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    372 THE CHINESE-JAPANESE WAR secret

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    374 HABIT OF TYPING SPEECHES League

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    376 QUALIFICATIONS OF A JUDGE their

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    378 PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND RUSSIAN MURDE

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    380 NOVEL FEATURES OF GERMAN COLONI

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    382 FUEHRER AND CHANCELLOR for self

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    384 SUPERIORITY OF FREDERICK THE GR

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    386 STABILITY OF VATICAN AND VENICE

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    388 ELECTION OF FUTURE FUEHRERS As

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    3QO POLITICAL MURDER DENOUNCED out

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    3Q2 HOW FRANCE ORGANISES STATE VISI

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    394 COWARDICE OF THE BOURGEOIS terr

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    396 GOOD RIDDANCE TO GERMAN PRINCES

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    398 HITLER'S OPTIMISM PROVED RIGHT

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    4 FINLAND UNSUITABLE FOR COLONISATI

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    4O2 DUTCH NATIONAL SOCIALISTS For m

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    404 GERMANISATION TO PROCEED CAUTIO

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    406 WEIMAR RULERS' TREACHERY AFTER

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    408 TITLES AND DECORATIONS A GOOD B

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    4IO CHURCH SUBSIDIES are still at p

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    412 CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT CLERGY

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    414 ROUGH TREATMENT OF OPPONENTS mi

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    416 THE STANDARD PISTON ENGINE exac

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    418 RETREATING COMMANDERS MUST BE S

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    42O NEW INTERPRETATION OF FIFTH COM

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    422 NATIONAL SOCIALIST PHILOSOPHY C

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    424 DENATIONALISATION OF CONQUERED

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    426 SPORT IS GOOD BUSINESS I would

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    428 OCCUPATIONS FOR WOMEN One has b

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    43O BRITAIN'S CAMPAIGN IN NORWAY Th

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    432 SCHAGHT'S OUTSTANDING ABILITY n

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    434 HITLER'S BODYGUARD IMPROVES SPE

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    436 HISTORY OF GERMANY, USA, BRITAI

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    438 FAILURE OF BRITISH NAVY Nothing

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    44O VALUE OP ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN

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    442 GEN. GIRAÜD'S ESCAPE—FRENCH

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    444 ART TREASURES IN OCCUPIED COUNT

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    446 BORMANN AND SCHWARZ OFFER FUNDS

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    448 RECRUITING FOR THE OPERA 2O2 Be

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    45O GUEST HOUSE FOR VIPS reserve. T

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    452 HITLER'S SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS

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    454 LESSON OF RATHENAU MURDER these

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    456 NO DOMINATION OF LARGE TOWNS mo

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    458 CULTURAL CENTRES pettifogging p

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    460 BORMANN COMMENT ON MUSSOLINI Hi

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    462 TERBOVEN ON NORWEGIAN RESISTANC

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    464 LEY'S FINANCIAL DEALS most pote

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    466 TRUTH IN WEHRMACHT COMMUNIQUÉS

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    468 THOUGHTS OF DANZIG GAULEITER ec

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    47o PRUSSIA'S MISTAKE IN POLAND lap

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    472 GERMANISING POLES will bear a p

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    474 POLYGAMY AND MISTRESSES kind. I

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    476 FRANCE, ALLY OR ENEMY possess o

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    478 IMPREGNABLE CRIMEA DEFENCES dev

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    . ' » 480 A PROPAGANDIST "VOLTE FA

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    482 SUPERIORS MUST NOT BE CRITICISE

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    484 LUDENDORFF AND THE "FRANKFURTER

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    486 A NEW ORDER OF CHIVALRY insigni

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    WITHDRAWAL FROM LEAGUE hastened to

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    4QO CHECK TO RUSSIA IN RUMANIA whic

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    492 AN INVESTITURE IN THE CHANCELLE

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    494 INDEPENDENT CZECHOSLOVAKIA A MI

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    49 6 JANUARY 1933 supported by Greg

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    498 COLLAPSE OF WEIMAR REPUBLIC exp

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    5OO HINDENBURG'S RELATIONSHIP WITH

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    5O2 HINDENBURG'S VIEWS ON JEWS AND

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    504 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY divides it

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    506 OLD AGE OF ARTISTS You must not

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    508 TALKING TO AN ADMIRAL 229 3ist

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    5IO HITLER ORDERS PROTOTYPES of it.

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    512 IRREPLACEABLE MEN MUST AVOID RI

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    514 THE VALUE OF ASTRONOMY parts of

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    516 A HUNGARIAN REQUEST that is, su

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    518 COURTS AND CONCENTRATION CAMPS

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    52O CHURCH AND STATE IN SPAIN AND I

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    522 PRAISE FOR REICH YOUTH LEADER Q

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    524 CHILDREN RECRUIT PARENTS Ancien

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    526 NATIONALISTS' PROPAGANDA INEPTI

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    528 WHY WOMEN VISIT CAFES the futur

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    53O GORING ALLOWS SHOPPING IN FRANC

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    532 GÖBBELS CAPTURES BERLIN transp

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    534 LEGISLATURE AND EXECUTIVE point

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    536 INHERITED ABILITY post, I have

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    538 RESTORING MUSSOHNl's MORALE of

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    54O LEGAL TITLE TO TERRITORIES in t

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    542 SELECTION OF ART TEACHERS front

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    544 STARHEMBERGS IN THE LUFTWAFFE 2

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    546 LOSS OF EGYPT IMMINENT British

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    548 USEFULNESS OF ROHM PUTSCH rathe

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    550 HINT TO KING OF EGYPT lines of

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    552 RELATIONS WITH PAPAL NUNCIO If

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    554 CARDINAL INNITZER Church all th

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    556 "THE HITLER" MUST NOT BE SUNK s

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    558 MEISSNER EXPLAINS MASS DEPORTAT

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    560 NO DUKEDOMS FOR DICTATORS wisdo

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    562 GERMANY AND BRITAIN—ROME AND

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    564 BILLS AT THE HOTEL KAISERHOF 25

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    566 CULTURAL DEGENERATION German St

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    568 FRANCO RÉGIME NOT NATIONAL SOC

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    570 TECHNIQUE OF REVOLUTION Grande,

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    572 MEAT, BEER AND VEGETABLES of pr

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    574 DANGER OF PRAISING THE ENEMY Ro

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    576 EXCLUDING FOREIGN BROADCASTS te

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    578 BERLIN AS AUTOBAHN CENTRE to ex

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    580 BRITAIN'S MILITARY NAÏVETÉ hu

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    582 SEAMEN'S YARNS AND SUPERSTITION

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    584 HOLIDAY CAMPS OF THE FUTURE and

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    586 RUSSIA'S STRENGTH slot! How can

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    588 PRESSURE OF CONQUERED PEOPLES p

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    590 GERMANS FEEL FREE IN BRITAIN ca

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    MUSSOLINI AND THE ITALIAN COURT cer

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    594 BUSINESS INTERESTS OF OFFICE HO

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    596 RULES OF IMPERIAL ARMY official

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    598 SOME BOGUS INVENTIONS ordinary

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    6OO FOOD FOR THE PEOPLE shall have

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    602 VENICE BIENNIAL EXHIBITION from

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    604 BRITISH FORCES IN FRANCE In the

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    6o6 AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH Reichsl

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    6o8 HITLER'S PARENTS harlot in hist

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    610 ALLIED FORCES ACT rebuilding L

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    6l2 VISIT TO SWITZERLAND laying suc

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    6l4 THE MONARCHY I must admit that

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    6l6 GERMAN LANDSCAPE Somebody ought

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    6l8 EXPULSION OF ALSATIAN FARMERS t

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    620 DIPLOMATIC TECHNIQUE He once sa

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    622 POCKET STRATEGISTS St. Petersbu

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    624 CURRENCY MANIPULATION We shall

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    626 HITLER ATTENDS WEDDINGS and hyp

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    628 PERSONAL HYGIENE Turning to Adm

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    630 FOREIGN DIPLOMATS IN BERLIN man

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    632 STAGES OF REARMAMENT Once consc

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    634 NAVY AND ARMY In the end I had

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    636 FOOD SMUGGLING without increasi

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    638 PRINCIPLES OF PUNISHMENT punish

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    640 LAWS MUST BE MERCILESS humanita

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    642 JUDGES' SALARIES is there to gi

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    644 HITLER AS A WITNESS experience

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    646 A BISMARCK FILM when used in co

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    648 DANGEROUS SPORT answer is simpl

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    650 FAMILY TREES quite unaware unti

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    652 PROBLEMS OF LINGUISTICS 296 2 1

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    654 BRITISH SELF-ASSURANCE take in

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    656 GERMAN CRAFTS Ludendorff in ano

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    658 SMOKING IN REICH CHANCELLERY op

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    66O NO PEACE WITH FRANCE be stopped

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    662 CRUCIAL THIRD DAY IN RUSSIA of

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    664 LAND AND WATER TRANSPORT Britai

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    666 US ATTACKS ON BRITAIN that woul

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    668 BUDAPEST, BERLIN, MADRID the ba

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    670 WEAPONS AND WEAPON TRAINING Wit

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    672 GUERRILLA WARFARE Frenchmen in

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    674 EDUCATION IN ANCIENT GREECE peo

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    676 BAD MARKS IN GERMAN genius. Yes

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    678 BRITAIN'S ANTI-GERMAN CAMPAIGN

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    68O IMPERIAL BERLIN bowling along t

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    682 ON POACHING of course; but they

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    684 AMERICANS IN CANADA go ski-ing

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    686 UKRAINIAN SOIL use of this corr

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    688 HITLER BUYING PAINTINGS the des

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    690 CROCK GIVES PLEASURE his death

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    6g2 A PRINCE IN THE NSDAP immediate

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    694 LOSS OF FIRST WORLD WAR command

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    696 PILOTS, SEAMEN AND PRISONERS Th

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    698 THE ENFANT TERRIBLE AT SCHOOL m

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    PART FOUR '943 13th June — 24th J

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    704 THOUGHTS ON ART AND MUSIC paint

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    706 PROGRESS AND ART Without the dr

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    708 SEA AND AIR WAR the unknown and

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    710 NO BERLIN-VIENNA RIVALRY possib

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    712 ADVICE TO SCHIRAGH no capital."

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    715 324 IS** 1 March 1944, midday A

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    PLEASURE OF A PICNIC 717 the forest

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    PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES 719 Truth is

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    CONVERTED PROFESSORS 721 tion by tr

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    INDEX ABEGG, Baroness, member of th

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    Blitzkrieg, an Italian phrase, 172

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    Cramer-Klett, Freiherr von, landown

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    INDEX 729 England (contd.) military

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    Germany (contd.) economics, ii, 12,

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    INDEX 733 Hitler (contd.) folk-danc

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    Jannings, Emil, actor, 443 Japan, 1

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    Lipski, Polish ambassador, 276 Litv

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    NSDAP (contd.) salute, 172 et seq.

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    Roosevelt (contd.) ancestry, 545 ca

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    Stahl, shorthand typist in Ministry

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    War (contd.) naval actions in, 665,

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