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Adolf Hitler's Table Talk-1941-1944

299 141 6th February

299 141 6th February 1942, evening Britain must make peace—Common sense and the French— Consequences of Japan's entry into the war—Turkey and the Narrows. If there appeared amongst the English, at the last moment, a man capable of any lucidity of mind, he'd immediately try to make peace, in order to save what can yet be saved. The Empire is not sufficiently profitable to support simultaneously the world's largest navy and a powerful land army. The English are in a situation comparable to that of an industrial enterprise that, in order to keep some of its factories working, is forced to shut down the others. The same thing is true of the Americans, as far as their interior economy is concerned. Every country, I realise, is capable of moments of collective madness—but, at the secret depths of each entity, reason retains its imprescriptible rights. Daladier, Pétain, the average Frenchman were for peace. It was quite a small gang that succeeded, by surprise, in precipitating the country into war. And it was the same in England. Some were pacifists on principle, others for religious reasons, others again for reasons of an economic nature. Why, therefore, shouldn't reason reclaim its rights? In France, the reaction occurred with the speed of a flash of lightning. Pétain's first declaration had a blinding clarity. As for the English, all they lack is the power to make up their minds. Somebody should get up in Parliament and say to Churchill: "So that we may at last have some good news for the Empire, have the kindness to disappear!" No parliamentarian has the courage to do that, because everyone reflects that, if the affair ends badly, his name will remain attached to the memory of a disaster. And yet no English parliamentarian any longer believes in victory, and each of them expects discomfiture. All the secret sessions of Parliament are favourable to us, because they undermine Churchill's prestige. But he won't fall until his successor has given us an inkling. That's what happened with the French. Their tergiversation was

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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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    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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