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These are a series of conversations mostly transcribed in the evenings between July 1941 and November 1944 (the greater part to September 1942 while Hitler controlled the German... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Baraniecki Mark Stuart
For those who care to learn about the real Hitler instead of the cartoon Satan insisted upon by Allied and Jewish propaganda.Published 3 months ago by Bonnie Jones Reynolds
Adolf Hitler despised Christianity. That is one of the revelations of “Hitler’s Table Talk,” Hitler’s Table Talk is an anthology of Hitler’s comments spoken in private at dinner... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Engelman
I found reading this book to be an interesting and educational experience. It reads as a diary with the date listed and then a 1 to 5 page dictation of what Hitler had said in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by V-ROD
Primary purpose in purchasing and reviewing this text is to decide whether it represents authentic statements by Adolf Hitler or is a fabrication.Published 20 months ago by Ray Goodwin
Hitler's Table Talk shows why he was such a genius. His phraseology, interesting
opinions and extensive knowledge of subjects, earned him high marks even amongst Nobel... Read more
Here we have a book about a dictator being recorded during his regime. The book also ''contains'' writings, documents and other ''proves''.
We all know how dictators were. Read more
HITLER'S TABLE TALK is much less well known than MEIN KAMPF, but it is infinitely more valuable. The former are the spattered ramblings of a self-educated street agitator whose... Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by M. G Watson
This account of Hitler's dinner conversation makes for interesting reading for those of us who wish to be silent witnesses to history. Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Ulfilas