New York: Macmillan, (1973). Stated First American Edition. Compiled by Jochen Von Lang, Translated from the German by Nicholas Fry. Large octavo; pp; 223, index; illustrated with black and white photographs; black cloth, gilt in a dust jacket;. Very Good / very good. Item #15571
Gleanings of statements from Hitler in what one might call off the record moments. "The record of Hitler's life is as frightening as it was unique. From an unknown soldier in the First World War, he rose to be dictator of almost the whole of continental Europe and ended in defeat and suicide. The area he conquered ranges from the North Cape to the Sahara, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Volga and the Caucasus; yet of all this there now remains only a truncated Germany divided into two between the Rhine and the Oder-Neisse line. This is the record Hitler's Second World War left for posterity............" ----- from At Hitler's Table: The origin of the "table talk"