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Adolf Hitler's Table Talk-1941-1944

85 1st January 1942,

85 1st January 1942, midday SPECIAL GUESTS : HIMMLER, REICH MINISTER DORPMÜLLER AND UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE KLEINMANN Do not waste German man-power. I'm in favour of great public works (building of tunnels, etc.) being carried out for the duration of hostilities by prisoners-ofwar. Any fool can be put in charge of them. It would be wasting German labour to impose such tasks on it. 86 1st January 1942, evening SPECIAL GUEST: HIMMLER The permission to gamble in Baden-Baden. I never bother about the price of things except when we^are concerned with purchasers of modest means. As for the rich, opportunities should be invented of making them spend their money ! One day the Gauleiter of Baden came to confide in me his fears concerning Baden-Baden, which he told me was losing its source of revenue. The Jews, who formerly had been the mainstay of its clientèle, had been deserting the resort since 1933- There was no question of granting Baden-Baden a subsidy. The resort was viable, on condition it was endowed with a casino. I didn't hesitate for a second, and I authorised gambling there. 87 Night of 1st-2nd January 1942 You cannot avoid God—The marriage ceremony—The official who doesn't think—Monserrat . . . Discussing a letter from Frau von Oeynhausen, Chr. Sehr, examined the possibility of replacing religious instruction in schools by a course of general philosophy, so that children should not lose the sense of respect

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    HOLIDAYS IN THE NEW EUROPE 5 Rivier

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    VALUE OF SS ON THE HOME FRONT 13 G.

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    LESSON OF BRITISH RULE IN INDIA 15

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    CRITICISM OF LAW AND OF LAWYERS 21

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    GERMAN LACK OF POPULARITY 23 Europe

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    BATTLES OF ANNIHILATION 25 We must

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    NO EDUCATION FOR NATIVES 33 The ess

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    NO TIME YET FOR PEACE 35 wegians, S

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    FRONTIER OF GERMANS AND SLAVS 37 fi

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    FANATICISM OF RUSSIAN RULERS 39 But

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    AUSTRIAN AND GERMAN CULTURE 47 for

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    ART OF HANDLING SOLDIERS 49 shown t

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    THE KAISER IN 1914-18 WAR 51 reeler

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    WHEN TO ORDER ATTACKS 55 36 13th Oc

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    ABILITY TO RELAX 57 than to write,

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    THE FATE OF CHRISTIANITY 59 if thes

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    ANTONESGU AND RUMANIA 67 In the fac

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    LEY'S TASK IN THE UKRAINE 69 to pie

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    AN INDEPENDENT GERMAN ECONOMY 73 al

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    STANDARDISATION AND MASS PRODUCTION

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    RELIGION IN ROMAN EMPIRE 77 Roman S

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    EVILS OF CHRISTIAN AND MARXIST DOCT

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    TEACHING OF RELIGION AND SCIENCE 83

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    EXPLOITATION OF FEAR OF DEATH 85 in

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    RUMOURS OF EXTERMINATION OF JEWS 87

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    CATHOLICS AND PROTESTANTS 89 ture.

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    MODERNISM. PRIESTS AND NUNS 91 weap

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    ADVICE TO BRITAIN 93 moment to make

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    SPORT AS A RELAXATION 99 I paid my

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    POOR REPORTING BY FOREIGN MINISTRY

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    DUTIES OF CIVIL SERVANTS 103 2. In

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    TASKS OF THE JUDICIARY 105 Ministri

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    212 ADVENTURES AT BERGHTESGADEN muc

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    214 GERMAN DAY AT BERCHTESGADEN I i

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    224 THE END OF REPARATIONS vaults!"

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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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    254 SOME BRITISH POLITICIANS It wou

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    256 OPPORTUNITIES IN NATIONAL SOCIA

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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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    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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    288 REFLECTIONS ON COLLECTIVE MADNE

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    294 HITLER AS A MOUNTAINEER 140 5th

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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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    312 PRIDE, VANITY, EGOTISM, IDEALIS

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    318 HITLER'S CHOICE OF CLOTHES shor

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    398 HITLER'S OPTIMISM PROVED RIGHT

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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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    568 FRANCO RÉGIME NOT NATIONAL SOC

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    596 RULES OF IMPERIAL ARMY official

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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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    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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