Hitler's library /

The first book that presents the so called Hitler-Library. It sheds new light on the readings of Hitler and on his techniques how to read a book. He played the role of the ideal reader of Schopenhauer, nevertheless his remarks destroy the image of the contemporary Hitler-cult, mainly if we see how h...

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Main Author: Miskolczy, Ambrus.
Format: eBook
Published: Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, ©2003.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Hitler and I, You and He ...
  • "The Fuhrer is Reading"
  • Hitler's Erudition and Reading Habits
  • Books That Hitler Read: Penciled Notes Attest
  • Reflections on Ernst Junger's "Magic Realism"
  • Arndt's "Catechism"
  • Lagarde's Rages
  • Chamberlain and Wagner
  • Readings of Economic Politics and Military Science
  • Books That Hitler Read Into
  • On Nazi Belles-Lettres
  • Bishop Hudal's Attempt at Conciliation
  • Knickerbocker's Diplomacy and War
  • Books That Hitler Did Not Read (In Depth)
  • French Authors, Franco-German Relations
  • An Eastern and Central European Intermezzo
  • Nazi Lyric
  • War Nostalgia and the Conservative Revolution
  • Sexuality, Bluestockings and Go-Getters
  • Race Breeding, Occultism and Gnosticism
  • Hitler's Works
  • Hitler's First Book
  • Mein Kampf: My Struggle, Sein Kampf: His Struggle: Hitlerian Gnosis
  • On the Fuhrer's Taste: Artistic Albums and Catalogues
  • Epilogue: Farewell to the World of Hitler and His Library.