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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Adolf Hitler; Norman Cameron; R H Stevens, (Translator); H R Trevor-Roper
|Language Note:||Translation of the Bormann-Vermerke.|
|Notes:||American ed. published under title: Secret conversations, 1941-1944.|
|Description:||xxxix, 746 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Secret conversations, 1941-1944|
|Responsibility:||translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens ; introduced and with a new preface by H.R. Trevor-Roper.|
"Der Fuhrer's mind was crude and narrow; he had little education and, as we see here, no humanity; but we can also see that he was (as he himself knew) a political genius, a "terrible simplifier," a man who, with no equipment except his own will power, personality and ideas, attempted to bring mankind into a terrible darkness."--Jacket.