00011279.gif _Interview with Mr. Kurt Ludecke_ Fort Lincoln Bismark, North Dakota June 27, 1943 Mr. Ludecke added absolutely nothing to what he has written in his book "I Knew Hitler." The interview was most unsatisfactory since Ludecke insisted on going off into long dissertations concerning post-war problems and the glories of American democracy. Whenever an attempt was made to pin him down on the topic of Hitler, he would refer to the chapter in his book in which he treated this particular aspect of his character and said that it was all he knew about it. All attempts to persuade him to relate what he had written on the topic in his book or upon what he has said failed. His manner was most elusive and evasive and he would either launch forth into another philosophical dissertation which had no bearing whatever on the subject or would suggest that the interviewer reread his book with greater care. His manner throughout the interview was so evasive and obstinate that one could only conclude that he was unwilling to tell the same story twice for fear of contradicting himself.
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