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Hitler's private library : the books that shaped his life
Timothy W. Ryback
Adult Nonfiction DD247.H5 R94 2008

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ContentsPage
Preface: The Man Who Burned Booksp. xi
1 - Frontline Reading, 1915p. 3
2 - The Mentor's Tradep. 28
3 - The Hitler Trilogyp. 60
4 - The Lost Philosopherp. 94
5 - Book Warsp. 120
6 - Divine Inspirationp. 141
7 - Frontline Reading, 1940p. 164
8 - Hitler's History of the Second World Warp. 186
9 - A Miracle Deferredp. 201
Afterword: The Fates of Booksp. 220
Acknowledgmentsp. 229
Appendixesp. 233
Appendix A - Description of Hitler's library from This Is the Enemy, by Frederick Oechsner, 1942p. 235
Appendix B - Description of the Berghof book collection from a classified report by the U.S. Army Twenty-first Counterintelligence Corps, May 1945p. 240
Appendix C - "The Library of a Dilettante: A Glimpse into the Private Library of Herr Hitler," by Hans Beilhack, Suddeutsche Zeitung, November 9, 1946p. 241
Appendix D - "Report on the Adolph [sic] Hitler Collection and Recommendations Regarding Its Arrangement," by Arnold J. Jacobius, Intern, Rare Books Division, Library of Congress, January 9, 1952p. 245
Notesp. 247
Indexp. 265


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