Hitler’s Table TalkHitler's Table Talk consists of notes of the German leader’s casual lunch and dinnertime conversations with his close friends and colleagues. Copied down by adjutants and edited for accuracy by his private secretary Martin Bormann, these discussions reveal Hitler’s wartime thoughts on his enemies, friends, and a variety of topics which included ranged from art, reminiscences of his childhood years, his true thoughts in religion, nature, science, technology and a host other topics which reveal his astonishingly wide general knowledge. This completely reformatted edition contains a brand new introduction which provides a history of the manuscript, its main themes and controversies, and is fully indexed. This is an indispensible aid for anybody wishing to gain a full, uncensored, insight into one of the most traumatic episodes of European history. 320p-sc