TITLE

HITLER'S SECRET DAIRY

AUTHOR(S)
McCall, Bruce
PUB. DATE
May 1983
SOURCE
New Yorker;5/23/83, Vol. 59 Issue 14, p36
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Quotation
ABSTRACT
The article presents quotes from the secret diary of German dictator Adolf Hitler. The quotes are taken from the period June 25, 1933 to April 27, 1945. The era can easily be termed as the one which saw the rise and fall of one of the most peculiar country leaders of the twentieth century. The quotes contain encapsulated thoughts of the man who once became the world's most powerful human being. They are weird, in the sense that they are hiding the story beneath and are the one's that only Adolf Hitler could understand.
ACCESSION #
12683290

 

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