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COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY

Names preceded by asterisk have been excerpted and are included 
in the Hitler Source-Book.

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ABEL, Theodor:  Why Hitler came into Power? New York, 
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ADAM, Adela M., Philip alias Hitler. Oxford, 1941, 
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*ANDERNACH, Andreas: Hitler ohne Maske. Munchen. Der Antifaschist. 
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*BALK, Ernst, Wilhelm: "Mein Fuhrer". Berlin. P. Schmidt. 1935. 15 p. 

*BAVARIAN State Police: Report to the Bavarian State Ministry of the 
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*BAYLES, Will D.: Caesars in Goose Step. New York, Harper Bros. 1940. 
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*BAYNES, Helton Godwins:  "Germany possessed", London. J. Cape. 1941.

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*BERCHTHOLD, Josef: Hitler Uber Deutschland. Munchen. F. Eher 1932 
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       "                "           : Berlin Sept. 6, 1930. Hitler als 
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*BERTRAND, Louis, M.E.: ... Hitler. Paris. Fayard & Cie. 1936

*BILLINGER, Karl (pseud.). Hitler is no fool". Modern age books. 1939 

*BILLUNG, R.: Rund um Hitler. Munchen. 1931. B. Funck.

BLAKE, Leonard: Hitler's last year of Power. London A. Daker's Ltd. 
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*BLANK, Herbert: Adolf Hitler, Wilhelm III. Berlin Rowohlt. 1931. 92 p.

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*BUELOW, Paul: Adolf Hitler und der Bayreuther Kulturkreis. 
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CAHEN, Max: Men against Hitler. Dobbs & Merrill. May, 1939. 

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         "          "          GILLIS, J.M.: Austrian Phaeton. 
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*CHELIUS, Fritz, Heinz: Aus Hitlers Jugenland und Jugendzeit. 
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CHRISTIAN CENTURY-CLINCHY, E.R.: I saw Hitler, too. 49:1131-33  
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        "              "        :[unreadble] , E.G.: Hitler and German Religion.
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        "              "        : HUTCHINSON, P.: Portent of Hitler. 
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        "              "        :PENDELL, E.H.: Adolph alias 666.50:759. 
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        "              "        : RAMSDELL, E.T.:  Hitler adored and hated. 
                                    51:971. July 25, 1934


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CHRISTIAN CENTURY (cont.)      : How seriously must Hitler be taken. 
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        "              "       : Comedy has its limits: Chaplinized Hitler 
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*CIALATINI, Franco: Hitler e il Fascismo.R.Bemporad, Firenze. 1933 70 p.

CLINCHY, Everett R.: The Strange Case of Herr Hitler. 
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COLLIER's - YBARRA, T.R.: Says Hitler, Interview. 29:17, July 1, 1933

    "                  "       : Hitler. 94-50. August 4, 1934.

    "              HANFSTAENGL, E.T.S.: My Leader. 94. 7-9 August 4, 1934.

    "              YBARRA, T.R.: Hitler changes his clothes. 95:12/3 April 27, 
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    "                  "       : Hitler on High. 100:21/2 September 4, 1937

    "           CHURCHILL, W.  : Dictators are Dynamite. 1O2: 16/7 
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                      "        : Is Hitler Crazy? 103:82. June 17, 1939.

    "             BLOCH, E.    : My Patient Hitler. 107:11, March. 15, 1941, 
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    "             OECHSNER, F. : Portable Lair: Fuehrerhauptquartie. 1lO:26 
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COMMONWEAL: Quandaries of Herr Hitler. 16:419. August 31, 1.932.

    "           - BINSSE, H.L. : Complete Hitler. 29:625/6. March 31, 1939.

CONTEMPORARY REVIEW: Adolf Hitler. 140:726-32, December 1931. 
   EXCERPT.R.of Rs. 85:56/7. February 1932.
    "                  "       : Hitler's Age of Heroism. The Advent of 
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    "                  "       : Hitler's Cards. Germanicus. 154:190-96, 
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CONTEMPORARY REVIEW (cont.): Der Fuhrer Spricht. 155; 357-88, Marchh 1939

    "                  "     STERN-RUBARTH, E.: Heinrich Himmler, 
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    "                  "     ALBERT, E.: Hitler and Mussolini. 159:155-61, 
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*CRAIN, Maurice: Rulers of the World. New York, 1940.

CURRENT HISTORY: - L0RRE, L.: Hitler's Bid for German Power. May, 1932

    "                 "   :  FRITERS, G.:  Who are the German 
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*   "                 "   :  PHAYRE, I: Holiday with Hitler. 44:50-58, 
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    "                 "   :  Prosecuted by Hitler, an unbiased Account 
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     "              "     :  Mr. Hitler. 48:74/5. January, 1938.

     "              "     :  Dictatorial Complex; Psychologist 
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     "              "      :  PANTON, S.: Hitler's New Hiding Place. 50:71/2
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     "              "      :  Hitler as Wotan...Retreat High Bavarian Alps. 
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     "              "      :  Stranger in Paris. 51:54 August, 1940.

     "              "      :  Asaetic Adolf; Hitler' s Income. 52:27/28. January
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*   "             "        : I Was Hitler's Boss. Volume I- November 1941. 
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*CZECH-JOCHBERG, Erich: Adolf Hitler und seinsteb. Oldenburg. G
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*                       "  : Hitler, eine Deutsche Bewegung. 0ldenburg. 
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D'ABERNON, Edgar, Vincent: Diary of an Ambassador. 1920/26,
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*DESCAVES, Pierre: Hitler. Paris. Dencel & Steele. 1936.

*DEUEL, Wallace R.: People under Hitler. New York. Harcourt...1942
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DEUTSCHE Juristenzeitung. 330. Oktober, 1924. Munchener Hochverrats-
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DEUTSCHE Republik. V.4. 1930. Riesse, G. Hitler und die Armee.

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DIEBOW, Hans: Hitler, eine Biographie. W. Kolk. 1931

*DIETRICH, Otto: Mit Hitler in die Macht. F. Eher Nachfl. Munchen. 
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*DOBERT, Eitel Wolf: Convert to Freedom, New York, Putnam's, 1940.

*DODD'S, Ambassador: Diary. 1933-38. New York - Harcourt,1941. 464 p.

*DODD, Martha: Through Embassy Eyes. New York, Harcourt, 1939. 382 p.

[unreadable], Eugen: Mussolini, Hitler .. Leipzig. S. Schnurpfeil 
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DOKUMENTE DER DEUTSCHER POLITIK, Berlin, Junker & Dunnhaupt 
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DUHAMEL, Georges: Memoriel de la Guerre Blanche. 1936, Paris. 1939

*DUTCH, Oswald (pseud.) Hitler's12 Apostles. London. E. Arnold & Co.
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DZELEPY, E.N.: ... Hitler contra la France ? Paris. Editions Excelsior, 1933. 
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  "                 : Le vrai "Combat" de Hitler ....
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*ECKERT, Dietrich: Der Bolschewismus von Moses dis Lenin. Munchen, 
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*EICHEN, Dr. Carl von: Hitler' s Throat. Time Magazine, Nov. 14, 1938. 

EINZIG, Paul: Hitler's "New 0rder" in Europe. London. Macmillan. 1941. 
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*[unreadable], Kurt von: Adolf Hitler und die Kommenden. Leipzig. 
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*ENSOR, Robert Charles K.: Who Hitler is. Oxford Pamphlets. No. 20. 1939, 
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     "           "             " : Herr Hitler's Self Disclosure 
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ERCKNER, S.: Hitler's Conspiracy against Peace. London. Gollanz. 1937. 
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ERMARTH, Fritz: The New Germany (Washington, 1936)

FEDER, Gottfried: Was will Adolf Hitler? Munche. P.Eber. 1931. 
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*FARNSWORTH, Lawrence: Dictators and Democrats, New York, 
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FICKE, Karl: Auf dem Wege nach Canossa. Klausthal. Selbstverlag. 
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FLANNER, Janet: An American In Paris. New York. Simon Schister 
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*FLANNERY, Harry W.: Assignment to Berlin. New York. 1942, 
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FODOR, M.W.: Plot and Counterplot in Central Europe. (Houghton) 
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS: SCHEFFER, P.: Hitler Phenomenon and Portent. 
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FORUM - CLATCHIE, S.M.: Germany Awake. 85:217-24, April, 1931.

     "         OMBELL, H.D.: Dept. of brief Biography. Reply to mail  Ludwig. 
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FRANCOIS, Jean: L'Aiffaire Rohm-Hitler. Les Oeuvres Libres. Paris.
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FRATECO (pseud.) : M. Hitlerá Dictateur. Trad. de l'allemand sur le manuscript,
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*FRIED, Hans, Ernest: The Guilt of the German Army, New York, Macmillan,
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*FROMMER: Blood and Banquets. New York. Harper Bros. 1942. 322 p.

*FRY, Michael: Hitler's Wonderland . London. Murray. 1934

*FUCHS, Martin: Showdown in Vienna. New York. Putnam's, 1939. 
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FUEHRER, Der.   in 100 Buchern. Wir lesen. may, 1939. p.1-16.

*GANZER, Karl, Rich.: ...Von Ringen Hitlers um das reich. 1929-33 
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GEHL, Walter: Der Deutsche [unreadable]. Breslau. Hirt. 1938, 172 p.

*GEORGES-ANQUETIL:...Hitler conduit la bal. Paris. Les editions de 
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*GERMAN FOREIGN OFFICE: The German White Paper. June 23, 1940.

GOEBBELS, Dr. Josef: Kampf um Berliná NSDAP. Munchen. 1934.

       "                             : Vom Kaiserhof zur Reichskanzlei. 
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GOLDING, Louis: Hitler Through the Ages. London. Soverign Books Ltd. 
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GOLLOMB, Joseph: Armies of Spies. New York. Macmillan, 1939, 213 p.

*GOOD HOUSEKEEPING: 109:30/1. October, 1939. 
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GOREL, Michael: Hitler sans masque.

GRAACH, Heinrich: Freiheitskampf..Saarlouis. Hanson Verlag., 
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GREENWOOD, H.: Hitler's First Year. London. 1934. The spectator 
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[unreadable], Albert: Inside Germany. New York. Dutton. 1939. 374 p.

*GRIMM, Alfred Max: Horoscope..Hitler. Toelz. Selbstverlag, 1925.

GRITZBACH, Erich: Hermann Goering...London, 1939.

*GROSS, Felix: Hitler's Girls, Guns and Gangsters. London, Hurst. 
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*[unreadable], Karl:  Warum Hitler? .. Der Aufschwung, Deutsche 
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GUMBEL, Emil Julius: Zwei Jehre Mord. (Kapp Putsch) 1921. Berlin 
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    "           "         "    : Les crimes politiques en Allemagne.
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*GUNTHER, John:  Inside Europe. New York. Harper Bros., 1936. 470 p.

*    "           "    : The High Cost of Hitler. London, Hamilton, 1939. 126 p.

*HAAKE, Heinz: Das Ehrenbuch des Fuehrers. NSDAP. 1933.

*HADAMOWSKY, Eugen: Hitler kampft um den Frieden Europas. 
   NSDAP. 1936, 210 p.

HADELN, Hajo, Freiherr von: Von Wesen einer Nationalsozialistischen 
   Weltgeschichte. Frankfut a.M.Osterreith, 1935, 56 p.

*HAFFNER, S.: Germany: Jeckyll and Hyde. New York, Dutton, 1941, 318 p.

HAGEN, Paul: Will Germany Crack? New York, 1942

HAMBLOCH, Ernest:  Germany Rampant. London. Duckworth, 
   1939 297 p.

*HANFSTAENGL, Ernst Franz: Hitler in der Karrikstur der Welt.  
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*HANISCH, Reinhold: I was Hitler's buddy. The New Republic. April 5

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HANISCH (cont.)  1939, p. 39;242. April 12, 1939, p. 270-272; April 19, 1939, 
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HANSEN, Henrich:  Der Schlussel zum Frieden. Berlin. Klieber, 1938, 
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       "             "    : Hitler, Mussolini.. Diessen. Raumbild Verlag. 1938.

*HARPER MAGAZINE: December, 1934; THOMPSON, Dorothy:
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       "           "        : GUNTHER, J.: Hitler. 172a148-59. Jariuary, 1936.
       "           :        : ROBERTS, S.H.: Riddle of Hitler. 
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HARSCH, Joseph C.: Pattern of Conquest. New York. Doubleday..1941,309 p.

HAUSER, Heinrich: Hitler vs. Germany. London. Jarrold..1940.

     "              "     :  Time was: Death of a Junker. New York. 
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[unreadable], Anvier de: A l'hombre de la croix [unreadable]. Paris. 
   Les Editions de France. 1933, 252 p.

*HEIDEN, Konrad: Adolf Hitler. Zurich. Europa Verlag, 1936. 447 p.

*    "            "     : Adolf at School. Living Age. 351:227-29. Nov., 1936.

*    "            "     : Ein Mann gagen Europa. Zurich. Europa verlag. 1937, 
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      "            "     : Les vepres Hitleriannes. Sorlot. Paris. 1939, 190 p.

*HEIMER, Henrik: Adolf Hitler..Torekas. Schweden. 
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*HEINZ, Heinz A.: Germany's Hitler. London, Hurst..1934.

*HENDERSON, Sir Neville: Failure of a Mission. New York, 
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HENRY, Ernst. (pseud.): Hitler over Europe. London Beat. 1934. 307 p.

*HEUSS, Theodor: Hitlers Weg. Union Deutsche Verlags Anstalt, 
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*HEYST, Axel: After Hitler. London, Minerva Publ. Co., 1940, 228 p.

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*HINKEL, Hans/BLEY, Wulf: Kabinett Hitler. Verlag Deutsche Kulturwacht. 
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Hitler: Ja, aber-was sagt Hitler Selbst? Ein Auswahl v.H. Passow, 1931

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   "      : Against the World...New York. Worker' s Library Publ., 1935.

   "      :   The man. (London, 1935) Friends of Europe Publ. No. 34, p.l-21
                                     
   "      :   Acquarelle. NSDAP. (1936)

   "           calls this Living. London, 1939. 225 p.

   "           in Hamburg. Hamburg, 1939.

HOEPER, Wilhelm:  Adolf Hitler, der Erzieher der Deutschen. Breslau, 
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*HOFFMANN, Heinrich: Deutschlands Erwachen. 1924;

*       "              "       : Hitler, wie ihn Keiner Kennt. Berlin, 
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         "              "      : Hitler in seinen Bergen. Berlin. 
                                 Zeitgeschichte Verlag, (1935).
                                        
         "              "      : Hitler Abseits vom Alltag. Berlin, 
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        "              "       : Hitler in Italien. Munchen. Verlag 
                                 Heinrich Hoffmann, (1938) 96 p.

        "              "       : Hitler in seiner Heimat. Berlin. 
                                 Zeitgeschichte Verlag, (1938)

         "             "       : Hitler baut Grossdeutschland, 1938, 311 p.

         "             "       : Hitler befreit Sudetendeutschland. 
                                 Berlin, Zeitgeschichte Verlag, 1938.

        "              "       : Hitler in Polen. Berlin, Zettgeschtichte 
                                 Verlag,   1939, 48 p.

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HOFFMAN, Heinrich: (cont)
                               Hitler in Nohmen. Berlin, 
                               Zeitgeschichte Verlag, 1939

*HOLBECK, K.: Kaiser, Kanzler, Kampfer. Leipzig. A. Hoffmann, 1933, 41 p

HOLT, John G.: Under the Swastika. (Chapel Hill, 1936)

*HOOVER, Calvin B.: Germany enters the Third Reich, New York, 1933.

*HUDDLESTON, Sisley: Im My Time. London. J. Cape (1938) 411 p.

HUSS, Pierre, J.: The Foe We Face. New York, Doubleday, 1942,  300 p.

HUTTON, Graham: Survey after Munich. Boston, 1939.

IL POPOL0 D'ITALI: 7-5-29. Hitler: Un processo intentato...15-5-29.
    I diffamtori condamnati... 

INDIAN REVUE, the: Chancellor Hitler (KK Sr. Iyengar) 34, vol. 246.

JONES, Enest J.: Hitler, the Jews and Communists. Sydney,1933.

JOSEPHSON, Matthew: Nazi Culture...The John Day Pamphlets, 1933, 
   32 p.

*KEMP, T.D.Jr.: Adolph Hitler and the Nazis, New York, Cook, 1933, 
   32 p.

[unreadable], Thoimas: France on Berlin Time, New York, Lippincott..
   1941, 312 p.

KING, Joseph: The German Revolution. London, 1933. 

*KDOTZ, Helmut: The Berlin Diaries. London, 1935.

*KNICKERBOCKER, B.R.: Is Tomorrow Hitler's? New York, Reynal,
   1941, 382 p.

*KOEHLER, Hansjurgen: Inside Information. Pallas Publ. London, 1940 
   269 p.

*     "                 "  : Inside the Gestapo. Hitler's Shadows 
                             over the World. Pallas Publ. Co., Ltd. 
                             London, 1940.

*KOEHLER, Pauline: The Women lived in Hitler's House. Sheridan House.

KOERBER, Adolf-Victor von: Adolf Hitler, sein Loben und seine Reden. 
   Munchen. E.Boepple., 1923, 112 p.

*KRAUSS, Helene: Des Fuehrers Jugendstatten..Wein Kuhne, 1936.

KREBS, Hans: Wir Sudetendeutsche, Berlin, Runge, 1937, 168.p

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KREBS: (cont.) Sudentendeutschland Marschiert! Berlin, 0smer. 1939.

KRUEGER, Kurt MD: "Inside Hitler", New York, Avalon Press , 1941, 445 p

*LADIES HOME JOURNAL: Story of the Two Mustaches, 57:18, July, 1940.

LANDAU, Rom: Hitler's Paradise, London, Faber, 1941

*LANIA, Leo:  Today We areBrothers, New York, 1942, 344 p..

*LASWELL, H.D.: Psychology of Hitlerism. Political Quaterly, vol. 4, 373-384.

 *LAURIE, Arthur Pillans: The Case for Germany, Berlin, 1939.

LEE, John Alexander: Hitler, The Auckland Serv. Print. 1940.

LEERS, Johann v.: Adolf Hitler. Leipzig, 1932, 96 p. (Manner und Machto)

*LEFEVRE, Henri: Hitler au pouvoir. Paris, Bureau d'Uditions, 1938, 87 p.

*LE GRIX, Francois: ..20 jours chez Hitler. Paris, Grassot, 1923.

*LENGYEL, Emil: Hitler, New York, 1932. 250 p.

*LESKE, Gottfried: I was a Nazi Flier, New York, Dialpress, 1941. 351 p

LEWIS, Wyndham: Hitler, London, Chatto & Windus, 1931, 202 p.

*   "            "      : The Hitler Cult, London, 1939, 267 p.

LICHTENBERGER, Henri: The Third Reich. New York. 1937.

LIFE: Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power, 9:61-67, August 19, 1940.

*LITERARY DIGEST: Misfire of the German Mussolini. 76:23, March 17, 1923

   "       "    : Hitler, Germany's Would-Be Mussolini. 107: 18/6, 
                  October 11, 1930
 
   "       "    : Handsome Adolf, The Man without a Country. 107:34, 
                  October 16,193O.

   "       "    : Dangerous Days in Europe. 107:14/5. October 25, 1930

   "       "    : Adolf Hitler States His Case. 111:15, Nov. 21, 1931.

   "       "    : Hitler's outstanding Outburst 111:10. Dec., 19 1931

   "       "    : Transformation of Adolf Hitler, 112:13/4, Jan. 9, 1932

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LITERARY DIGEST: (cont.) Freud's Fears of Hitler, 113:15 Apr, 23, 1932

   "       "   : Hitler's Star still in the Ascendant. 113:12/3, 5/7/32

   "       "   : Hitler's shattered Dream of Dictatorship, 114:13/4
                 November 19, 1932.

   "       "   : Gregor Strasser, Big Hitlerite Rebel. 115:13, 1/28/33.

*  "       "   : When Hitler Hit the Ceiling. 115:30, February 18, 1933

   "       "   : Bewildering Magic of Fuehrer Hitler. 115:10/1, 5/13/33.
 
*  "       "   : Comic Aspects of Hitler's Career, 116:13, August 26, 1933.
    
*  "       "   : HIGH, S : The Man who leads Germany. 116:5, 0ct. 21, 1933.

   "       "   : Chancellor-Reichsfuhrer. Watching his Step, 118:12,
                 August 18, ,1934.

   "       "   : Abbe Dinnet Gives His Views of Two Dictators. 118:18, 
                 November 17, 1934.
  
   "       "   :They Stood out from the Crowd in 1934. 118:7, 12/29/34.
    
*  "       "    HIGH, Stanley: Hitler and the New Germany.  Oct. 7, 1933.

*LITTEN, Irmgard: Beyond Tears, New York[, Alliance Book Corp., 1940, 325 p.

*LIVING AGE, GOETZ, F: How Hitler Failed,  320:595-99, March 29 1924.

  "             "    : From Six to Six Millions. 339:243-45, November, 1930.

* "             "     WILTENBERG, W.von: Hadsome Adolf. 304:14/5, March 1931
                      Handsome Adolf, reply R. vonWINSTINGHAUSEN, 
                      Living Age, 341:165/6, October, 1931 

  "             "     UNRUH, Fritz v.: Hitler in Action, August, 1931, p. 551.

  "             "     HITLER, Adolf: TO Vistory and Freedom, National Socialism,                      Labor Party, 342:24/5, March 1932.

  "             "    : Hitler speaks. 344:114-16, April, 1933.

  "             "    : Hitler and his Gang. 344:419-22,, June 22, 1933.

* "             "    : W.W.C.: Hitler's Salad Days, 345:44-48, Sept., 1933.

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 LIVING AGE (cont.) HENRY, Ernst: The Man Behind Hitler. October, 1933, p. 117.

  "             "    : Why I Like Hitler. 349:303-6, December, 1935, 
                       (Dr. K. Scharping.)

* "             "    : MORRELL, S.: Hitler's Hiding Place, 
                       352:485-8, August, 1937.

* "             "    : YEATS-CROWN, F.: A Tory Looks at Hitler. 364:512-4,
                       August, 1938.

  "             "    : AGHA KHAN: Faith in Hitler, 355:299-302, December, 1938.

  "             "    : KORNEY: The Man Who made Hitler rich. 
                   355:337-41, December, 1938.

  "             "    : Hitler's Palace in the Clouds on the 
                       Top of the Kehlstein. 356:32/3, March, 1939.

* "             "    : Men Whom Hitler Obeys    355:142-5, April, 1939.

* "             "    : Hitler at 50. 356:451-3, June, 1939.

  "             "    : MANN, K: Cowboy Mentor of the Fuhrer, Karl May. 
                       359:217-222, November, 1940.

* "             "    : Hitler's Private Rabbit Warren. 
                       Reichschancellery, 360:321. June, 1941.

*LOCHNER, Louis, P.: What about Germany? New York, Dodd, 1942, 395 p.

LOEWENSTEIN, Hubert Prinz zu: On Borrowed Peace, New York, 1942. 

LOEWENSTEIN, Karl: Hitler's Germany, New York, Macmillan, 1936, 176 p.

LORANT, Stefan: I was Hitler's Prisoner, London, Gollancz, 1935, 318 p.

*LORIMER, Emily D.: What Hitler Wants, Penguin Book, 193'.

*LUCCHINI, Pierre : (Pierre Dominic pseud.) Deux jours chez Ludendorff. 
   Paris, 1924.

*LUDECKE, Kurt Georg W. I Knew Hitler, New Tork, Scribner, 1937, 814 p.

*LUDWIG, Emil: Three Portraits; Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin. 
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LUDWIG, Emil: (cont.) The Germans. Boston, Little..1941, 509 p.

*LURKER, Otto: Hitler hinter Festungsmauern. Berlin, Mittler, 1933, 71 p. 

MARION, Paul: Leur Combat ... Hitler. Paris. Fayard, 1939, 347 p.

MASON, John Browm: Hitler s First Foes.Minneapolis, 1936, 118 p.

*MASSIS, Henry: "Chefs", Paris, Plon., 1939.

MAUGHAN, Fred, Herbert: Lies as Allies; New York, 
   Oxford University Press, 1941, 64 p.

MAUPAS, Jacques:  Le Chancellier Hitler et les elections allemandes 
   (Correspondant, 1933. R.S. tome 294, p. 835-863).

MELVILLE, Cecil F.: The Truth about the New Party. London, Wishart, 1931

*MEND, Hans: Adolf Hitler im Felde. Diessen, Huber. Verlag, 1931 192 p 

MEYER, Adolf: Mit Hitler im Bayerischen Infanterie Regt.  
   Neustadt. Aupperle Verlag, 1934, 109 p. 

*MILLER, Douglas: You can't do business with Hitler! 
   Boston, Little, 1941. 329 p.  

*MITTEILUNGEN des Deutschvolkischen Turnvereins Urfahr; 
   Adolf Hitler in Urfahr. Folge. 67.12.Jahrang. (Austria)

MOELIER van den Bruck: Das Dritte Reich. Hamburg. 
   Hanseatisce Verlags Anstalt.  1931, 321 p.

MORVILLIERS, Roger: .. Face A Hitler et Mein Kampf. Sevres en vente 
   chez l'auteyr. 1939.

*[unreadable], Edgar Ansell: Germany puts the Clock Back.
   New York, 1933. (London. Penguin Book, 1938)

*[unreadable], Lilian: Rip Tide of Aggression. 
   New York, Morrow, 1942, 247 p.

MUHLEN, Norbert: Hitler's Magician, Schacht. London, 1938, 228 p.

*MURPHY, James Baumgardner: Adolf Hitler, the Drama of His Career. 
   London, Chapman, 1934.

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MAAB, Ingbert: Ist Hitler ein Christ? Munchen, Zeichenring Verlag, 
   1931, 47 p. 

*NATION: DENNY, C.: France and the German Counter-Revolution. 
   116:295-7, March 14, 1923

     "      : [unreadable], W.H.: Ten Years of Hitler, Hundres of 
   Goethe. 134:307-8, March 16, 1932.

     "      RADER, K.: Hitler. 134:462-64, April 20, 1932.

     "      VILLARD, O.G.: FOlly of Adolf Hitler. 136:392, April 12, 1933.

     "     JASZI, O.: Hitler Myth, a forecast. 136:553/4, May, 1933

     "      VILLARD, O.G.: Nazi Child-mind. 137:614, November 29, 1935.

     "      [unreadable]L, E.: Hitler and the French press. 
   138:216-7, February  21, 1934.

     "      VILLARD, O.G.: Hitler's [unreadable] and Gott. 
   139:110, August, 1934.

     "      Can Hitler Be Trusted? 140:645 June 5, 1935

     "      VILLARD, O.G.: Issues and Men. 143:395, Ootober 3, 1936.

     "      Hitler goes to Home. 145:520, May 7, 1938.

NATIONALSOZIALISMUS, das wahre Gesicht des. Bund deutscher
   Kriegsteilnehmer, Magdeburg, 69 p.

*NATIONALSOZIALISTISCHE MORATSHEFTE" Jahreng, 327, vol.4, Heft 39.33

BUCH, Walter: Der Fuhrer, p. 248-51.

*  "       : Vol. 5. Heft 46.34, P.2.  ANACKER, H.: Ritter Tod und Teufel.
*  "       : Vol. 3. Heft 32.32 ,p.511-13, CABALLERO, G.E.: Das
             Geheimnisdes Nationalsozialismus.

*  "  "    : Vol.5. Heft 54, p.846-9, Adolf Hitler, 1926 in Gera.

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*NATIONALSOZIALISTISCHE MORATSHEFTE (cont.): Vol. 5.Heft 55, p.954-58. 

LINKE: Wie der Modies den Hitler zum Schweigen brachte.

*"     "  Vol. 5.Heft 54. Geschichten sus der KAMPFZEIT.

NAZI PRIMER, the: Official Handbook. New York, Harper, 1938.

NEUMANN, Franz L.: Behemoth. New York, Oxford University Press, 
   1942, 532 p.

*NEW REPUBLIC: Is Hitler Crazy? 97:2/3. November, 1936.
    
    "            "      : 
JANISCH, R.: I was Hitler's Buddy. 98:239-42, 270-72, 297-300, April 5-19, 1939.

*   "           "       :   (Medicus) A Psychiatrist Looks at Hitler. 
                          98:326-7, April 26, 1939.

NEWS WEEK: Nazis Protest Use of Baby Snapshot 3:31, March 3, 1934.

      "            "     : Hitler and Mussolini Meet. 3:10-12, June 23, 1934.

      "            "     : Hitler Tells How He Directed Merciless 
                           Bloodstroke, 4:10-11, July 21, 1934.
                            
      "            "     : Hitler' s First Great Crisis. 3:34, June 30, 1934.

      "            "     : Hitler at Bavarian Retreat. 5:12-3, March 2, 1935.

      "            "     : Cocksure Dictator Takes Timid-Soul 
                           Precautions. 5:16,  April 6, 1935.

      "            "     : Reichsfuhrer..What Hitler Is .... 
                           7:27, May 16, 1936.
                                
*     "            "     : Hitler and Mussolini Put Their Heads Together. 
                           10:11-13, October 4, 1937.

*     "            "     : Adolf Hitler's Roman Holiday...11:15-6, 
                           May 16, 1938
                                
*     "            "     : When Hitler Started. 13:22, February 6, 1939.
                           
      "            "     : Adolf Hitler's Double. 13:43, March 13 1939.
                                               
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*NEWS WEEK (cont.): Hitler Enthroned... 13:21, May 1, 193(?)

*    "            "      : To the Fuhrer, Hitler is Terrific. 
                           19:42, June 22, 1942

     "            "      : Phony Fuhrer, Impersonator Dryden. 
                           20:51-2, July 20, 1942

*NEW YORK TIMES: November 21, 12:1. Rise as Idol. 1922.

*   "          : December 14, 5:7, Mrs. Andre Blendt Aids Cause, 1922.

    "          : May 12, LLL.6:8:8.Hitler Wins Libel Suit in Munich....1929.

*   "          : October 15, 1930. Interview

    "          : May 2 12:4. Sincerity, praised by V.F. Ridder, 1933.

    "          : December 3.IV.2:2. Hitler Stories Told in Vienna, 1933.

*   "          : December 26, 17:6 Gives Rides and Overcoat to 
                 Hitch-hikers, 1933.

    "          : March II, VI, 1934. Feature article. 
                 Personality and Private Life: see Tolischus.

    "          : August 12, IV. 1:7, 1934.

*   "          : January 28. 6:3. Interviewed by Lord Allen of 
                 [unreadable], 1935.

*   "          : September 17, 4:4. Alois Hitler Opens Tea Room 
                 in Berlin, 1937.

*   "          : September 19, IV.2:3. Portrait Adolf Hitler, 1937.

*   "          : April 16, 6:3. Gruenscheder says He is Older than 
                 Record Show, 1938.

*   "          : March 31. 2:3 Relatives visit U.S.: William Patrick, 1939.

*   "          : October 6 10:4 Miss Daniels Interview on her dance 
                 performance before him, 1939.

*   "          : November 17, VIII. 2:4. Report to have sought 
                 Dr. Stekel to interpret dream of undisclosed nature, 1940.

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NEW YORK TIMES (cont.)
               : Januaary 3, 9:1 January 4. 9:2, January 7 (?):6. Reports 
                 about arrival of U. Freeman Mitford - illnes in England, 1940.

    "          : January 26. 2:2 German Official (?) Honduran Foreign 
                 Office to ban book, "I was Hitler's Waitress", 1941

    "          : June 30, 5:3 and June 25, 4:3. Reports about William 
                 Patrick and Mrs. Bridget arrivals, activities in Canada 
                 and U.S., 1941

NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE: 

 " TOLISCHUS; Portrait of a Revolutionary, p.3, May 19, 1940.

 " PETERS, C.B.: In Hitler's Chalet. p. 9, 3/16/41.

NEW YORKER STAATSZEITUNG und Herold.: 
   Various articles. April, 1939; December 1940.

*" [unreadable] aus Privatleben. Preston Grover, January 2, 1941.

NIEKISCH, Ernst: Hitler-Ein Deutsches Vergaengnis. Berlin. Widerstands 
   Verlag, 1932.

*NINETEENTH CENTURY: WILXON, Sir Arnold: October, 1936. p.503-512.

NORTH AMERICAN REVUE: Herr Hitler come to Bat. 1932, 234, vol. 104-9

*OESCNSNER, Frederick: This is the Enemy. Boston, Little, 1942, 364 p.

[unreadable], Walter: Kommt gas Dritte Reich? Berlin, Rowohlt, 1930.

*OLDEN, Rudolph: Hitler, Amsterdam, Queride, 1935, 364 p.

*OTTO, Carol A.G.: Der Krieg ohne Waffen. Wird Hitler Deutschlands 
   Mussolini. Sanitas Verlag, 1930, 69 p.

OTTWALT, ERNST: Deutschland Erwache! Vienna, 1832, Hess & Co.

[unreadable], Frank: The Three Dictators...Hitler. London, Allen, 1940.

OUTLOOK: BINEES, H.L.: Hitler, German Hypnotist, 156, vol. 266, 1931.

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*PARISER TAGES ZEITUNG: April 20, 1937. Das Ratsel um Hitlers, E.K.I.

*  "       "     "    :  Jan. 28, 1939. Der Prozess der Brigette Hitler.

*  "       "     "    :  Sept. 29, 1939. Article about the Iron Cross.

*  "       "     "    :  Jan. 23, 1940. Vom [unreasonable]

PASCAL, Roy: The Nazi Dictatorship. London, 1934.

*PAOLI, Ernst: Die Sendung Adolf Hitlers. Verlag fur Volkskunst, 1934.

*PAULS, Eilhard, Erich: Ein Jahr Volkskanzler. (Aus Deutchlands Verden, 
   Heft 21/1. 1934, 31 p.)

PERNOT, Maurice: L'Allemagne de Hitler, Paris, 1933

*PHILLIPS, Henry Albert: Germaany Today and Tomorrow, New York, Dodd.

*PICTORIAL REVIEW: RADZIWELL, C/ZIENKORSCH, T.v.: Three Women Behind 
   the Demogogue, 34:7, July 1933.

*PLESSMAYR, Hermann: Der Nationalsocizlismus...
   Stuttgart, Mahler, 1933, 104 p.

POLLOCK, James Kerr: The Government of Greater Germany, New York, 
   Nostrand, 1932, 104 p.

*POPE, Ernest R.: Munich Playground, New York, Putnam's, 1941, 260 p.

[unreadable], Walther: Hitler.Langensalza. 1934 (Heft, 1931 v. 
  Friedr. [unreadable], p. 1-41).

[unreadable], Karl: Jitler-Entwicklungsmoglichkeiten. Oxford, 1933, 
   vol. 14, p. 450-54. Blackfriars.

*PRICE, George Ward: I Knew These Dictators. London, Harran, 1937, 262 p.

*RALEIGH, Jogn McCutcheon: Behind the Nazi Front. 
   New York, Dodd, 1940, 307 p.

RAUSCHNING, Anna: No Retreat. New York, Bobbs Merrill, 1942, 309 p.

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*RAUSCHNING, Herman: The Voice of Destruction same as "Gesprache mit Hitler".

*  "           "   : The Revolution of Nihilisme. New York, 
                     Alliance Book Corp., 1939, 300 p.
                                   
*  "           "   : Gesprache mit Hitler. New York, Europa 
                     Verlag, 1940, 272 p.

   "           "   : Hitler and the War. American Council on Public 
                     Affairs, 1940, 11p.

   "           "   : The Conservative Revolution. New York, Putnam's, 
                     1941, 280 p.
                                    
   "           "   : The Beast From the Abyss- London, Heinemann, 
                     1941, 170 p.
                                   
*  "           "   : Men of Chaos, New York, Putnam's, 1942, 341 p.
                                    
READER'S DIGEST: SPIWAK, J.L.: Hitler' s Racketeers, 28:52-4, MARCH, 1936.

REICH, ALBERT: AUS ADOLF HITLERS NEIMST. 1933, 128 P.

*REVEILLE, Thomas (pseud.) The Spoil of Europe, New York, Norton, 1941, 344 p.

REVUE [unreadable]: Vingt jours chez Hitler. (F.LeGrix), Paris, 
   42 A.4. 94-118.5 84-98.

*REYNOLDS, Bernard Talbot: Prelude to Hitler. London, J.Cape, 1933, 288 p.

RIBBENTROP, Manfred v.: Um den Fuhrer (Volkische Reihe im Winterverlag 
   Heft 1) 1933, 32 p. 

*REISS, Curt: The Self-Betrayed. Putnam's, New York, 1942, 402.

*RITTER, Walther: Adolf Hitler.. Leipzig. Verlag Nationalsoz Front, 1933, 32 p. 

ROBERT, Karl: (pseud.) Hitler's Counterfeit Reich. New York, 
   Alliance Book Corp. 1941, 122.

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*ROBERTS, Stephen H.: The House that Hitler Built. New York, 1938, 364 p.

*ROCH, Hans: Gott segne den Kanzler. 20.April 1933. 11 p. Reendfunkrede.

*ROEM, Ernert: Die Geschichte eines Hochverrators. 
   Munchen, F. Eber, 1933, 367 p.

ROGGE, Heinrich: Hitler's Friedenspolitik..Berlin. Schlieffen. 1936, 127 p.

ROPER, Edith (und Clara Leiser): Sceleton of Justice, New York, 
   Dutton, 1941. 246 p.

*SANTORO, Cesare: Hitler Deutschland...Berlin. Inter.Nat. Verl, 1938.

*    "              "      : Vier Jahre Hitlerdeutschland..1937.

*SATURDAY EVENING POST: -SONDERNm F.Jr.: Schuschnigg's terrible two hours. 
   211:23. August 13, 1938.

*    "       "     "  : [unreadable], R.: Is Hitler Married?  12:14/5.
                        December 16, 1939 ..
 
     "       "     "  : [unreadable], H.: We Blundered Hitler into 
                        Power 213:12/3, July 13, 1940.

*    "       "     "  : McKELWAY, St. C.: Who Was Hitler? 213:12, July 20, 1940.
                                       
     "       "     "  : WALDECKK, Countess: Girls Did Well under Hitler, 
                        215:18, September 2O, 1942.

SATURDAY REVIEW (of London): [unreadable]: A German View of Hitler, 
   153 vol. 314/5, 1932.

     "       "        : MAXWELL, N.: Hitler's He Men and the Cash. 
                        156 vol, 142, 1933.

SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE: 
   BAKER, J.E.: Carlyle Rules the Reich. 10:291, November 25, 1933

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SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE (cont.) 
   JOSEPHSON, M.: Making of a Demagogue.  10:213/4. Oct. 28, 1933.
                                  
*SCHACHER, Gerhard: He Wanted to Sleep in the Kremlin. New York, 
   1942.  261 p.
                                  
SCHEID,, 0.: Les Memoires de Hitler. Paris, Perrin, 1933.
                                   
*SCHIRACH, Baldur v.: Die Pioniere des Dritten Reichs. Essen, 1933

*SCHMIDT-PAULI, Edgar v.: Hitlers Kampf um die Mecht. Berlin, 1933, 205 p.

*   "      "      "     : Die Manner um Hitler Verlag fur Kulturpolitik, 
                          Berlin, 1932 (Neue erganzte Ausgabe, 1935, 190 p.)
   
*   "      "      "     : Adolf Hitler, Berlin, De VO Verlag, 1934, 126 p.

SCHOLASTIC; Hitler Crushes Foes...25:15. September 22, 1934.

*SCHOTT, Georg: Das Volksbuch vom Hitler. Munchen. Eber. 1933, 307 p.

SCHRAEDER, Fred Franklin: The New Germany....New York. Deutscher 
   Weckruf & Beobachter. 1937

*SCHROEDER, Arno: Hitler  [unreadable]  auf die Dorffer. 
   National. Soz. Verlag,   1938, 21 2 p.
                                   
*SCHULTZE-PFAELZER, Gerhard: Hindenburg und Hitler. 
   Berlin, Stollberg, 1933, 96 p.

*SCHULZE, Kurt: Adolf Hitler, London, Harrap, 1935, 80 p.

SCHWARZCHILD, Leopold: World in Trance, New York, 1942, 445 p.

SCIENCE NEWS LETTER: LASWELL, H.D.: Hitler Rose to Power 
   Because he Felt Personally Insecure. 33:195. March 26, 1938.

   "     "     "   : Hitler's Personality Called Paranoid, 
                     infantile, sadistic.  34:227/8, October 8, 1938.

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*SCHRIBNER, W.D.: Hail Hitler! M.9:229-31, April, 1932

SCYLER, J.P.: Hitler et son troisteme empire. Paris, L'Eglantine, 1933.

*[unreadable], Herbert: Mit dem Fuhrer [unreadable] NSDAP, 1939, 228 p.

[unreadable], Toni: A Fighter for Peace. New York, Vanguard, 1939

*SHIRER, William L.: Berlin Diary, New York, Knopf. 1941, 605 p.

*SHUSTER, George N.: Strong Man Rules. (New York, 1934)

*SIMONE, Andre: Men of Europe. New York, Moder Age, 1941, 330 p.

*SMITH, Howard K.: Last Train from Berlin. New York. 1932, 359 p.

*SNYDER, Louis: Hitlerism...by Nordicus (pseud.) New York, Mohawk Press, 1932. 

SPENCER, Franz: Battles of a Bystander. New York, Liveright, 1941, 260 p. 

*[unreadable], Ernst, [unreadable]: Prinz: Between Hitler and 
  Mussolini. London, Hodder...1942. 281 p.

STARK, Johannes: Adolf Hitlers Ziele...Deutscher Volksverlag, 1930, 32 p.

STATIST, the: Hitler's Day. London, 1934, 123 vol. 181.

STEED, Henry Wickham: Hitler Whence and Whither? London, [unreadable], 
   1934, 189 p. 

STREL, Johnnes: Hitler ale Frankenstein. London, 1933, 185 p.

*STEYRER ZEITUNG: Aldof Hitler als Schuler in Steyr. April 17, 1938.

*STODDARD, Lothrop: Into the Darkness. New York. Duell, 1940, 311 p.

STRASSER, Otto: aufbau des deutschen Sozialismus. Prag.I. Heinrich 
   Grunow, 1936.

*  "        " : Hitler and I. Boston, Houghton, 1940, 248 p.

   "        " : Free Germany Against Hitler, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1941, 15 p.

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*STRASSER, Otto: (cont.) 
                Die deutsche Bartholomausnacht. Zurich, 
                Reso Verlag, 1935, 242 p.

*  "     "    : Flight from Terro.

[unreadable], Gustav: Letters and Diaries. London, Macmillan, 1935-40.

SURVEY, the: (J.P.Gavit) Much ado about Hitler. 68 vol. 239.

TACITUS REDIVIVUS (pseud.) Die Grosse Trommel. 155 p. 

*TAGEBUCH, das: -TSCHUPPIK, Karl: Jitler spricht. 498, 1927

    "       " :   -SCHER, Pet.: Hitlergesandter bei Ford. VII. 628, 1928.

*   "       " :  -REIDEN, K.: Hitler klagt. X.816, 1929
 
    "       " :  -SCHWARZSCHILD, L.: Ave Adolf: XII, 1808. (1931).

*TAT, die: ROTHE, M." Siegesallee II, (A. Hitler( 21.J.780-4

TAYLOR, Edmond: The Strategy of Terror. Boston, Houghton, 
   1940. 277 p. ( 1942 revised edition)

*TEELING, William:  Know Thy Enemy! London, Nicholson, 1939, 313 p.

TENNANT, E.W.D.: Herr Hitler and his Policy, March 1933. 
   English Review v. 56. p 362, 375.

TESSON, Francois de: Voici Adolf Hitler. Paris. Flammarion, 1936, 284 p.

THYSSEN, F.: I made a Mistake When I Backed Hitler. American 
   Magazine, 1930: 16-7. July, 1940.

*  "       : I Paid Hitler. New York, Farrar, 1941, 281 p.

*THOMPSON, Dorothy: I Saw Hitler, New York, 1932.

*TIME:  Let's Be Friends! 27:21-2, March 9, 1936.

  "     Critic Hitler, 30. August 2, 1937 (p. 32-A.2)
                               
  "      Hitler Comes Home. 31:18-22, March 21, 1938.
                               
  "      Hitler's Throat. 32:55. November 14, 1938.

  "      Man of the Year. 33:11-14. January 2, 1939/

  "      Office and Official Residence...33:17/8. January 23, 1939.

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TIME: (cont.) Fuehrer's Next.. 33:22 March 13, 1939.

* "     : Hitler vs. Hitler, 33:20, April 10, 1939.

* "     : Aggranndizer's Anniversary, 33:23/4, May 1, 1939

  "     : Two Diagnoses, 33:22, May 8, 193(?)

  "     : Eleven Minutes; Hitler's Narrow Escape    34:21/2, 
          November 20, 1939

  "     : Mississippi Frontier, [unreadable] Wiegand's 
          Interview, 35:37-8, June 20, 1940

* "     : Happy Hitler. 36:18, July 15, 1940.

  "     : Hitler Takes a Trip. 36:28, Nov. 4, 1940.

  "     : Orator Hitler. 37:19, Jan. 13, 1941.

* "     : Dictator's Hour. 37:26-8 April 14, 1941.

  "     : Happy Birthday. 37:22/3. April 28, 1941.

  "     : Inside Hitler. 39:43, June 22, 1942.

*TOLISCHUS, Otto D.: They Wanted War. New York, Reynolds, 1940, 340 p.
     
*TOURLEY, Robert (et Z. Lvovsky): Hitler. Paris, Editions due 
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*TROSSMAN, Karl: Hitler und Rom.Nurnberg.Sebaldus Verlag, 1931.

TR0TZKY, Leon: What Hitler Wants. New York, John Bay Go., 1933, 31 p.

   "      "  : How Long Can Hitler Stay? (American Mercury v. 31. 
               p. 1-17), 1934

TURNER, James: Hitler and the Empire. London, 1937, 40 p.

VERGES, Ferni: El [unreadable] abans de Hitler. Revista de 
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VIE deI Peuples, Adolf Hit]er. Annee 4, p. 536-44, Paris, 1923.

*VOIGT, F,A.: Unto Caesar New York. Putnam's, 1938, 303 p.

 VORWAERTS: GOETZ, F.: Ein Offizer Hit]ers erzahlt. 3.2.24.
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*WAGNER, Ludwig:  Hitler, Man of Strife. New York. Horton, 1942 331 p.

*WALLACH, Sidney: Hitler, Menace to Mankind. Emerson Books, 1933.

[unreadable] -LANIA, L: Hitler-Prozess. 20.J.298-301, 1924

       "         : Mit Gott fur Hitler und Vaterland. 21.J. 720, 1925.

*      "         : Hitler und die Japaner. 22 J.I. 672, 1926.

       "         : Hitler und Kirdirf (Morus) 26.J.II.245

       "         : Bogrussung Hitlers auf literarischen 
                   Gobiot. (Walter Mahring) 507.

       "         : Reichskanzler Hitler. (Toller, E.) 537.

       "         : 1931.27J. Zu diesem Hitler.45 (Borne, L.)

       "           Brutus schlaft. 157-60. (Ossietzky, C.v.)

       "           Hitler. Winterkonig. 235-37 (Ossietzky, C.v.)

       "           Hitlers Horoskop. 607-11. (Ossietzky, C.v.)

       "           Grossreinermachen bei Hitler. 483. (0ssietzky, C.v.)

       "           Geldgeber der Nazis. (Citron, 8.) II.72.

       "           Hitlers Vorlaufer. 814-17. (Gerlach, H .v. )

       "           Kommt Hitler doch? 875-80 (Ossietzky, C.v.)

       "           Aktive Abwehr gegen Hitler. 880. (Muhsam, E.)

       "           Hiliers Fliegerei. 918-20. (Wieland, H.)

       "           Illusionen uber Hitler. 950-54 (Gerstorff, K.L.)

WELTKAMPF: [unreadable]: An den Pranger mit Hitler! ..VIII 154-63, 1931.  

*WENDEL,  Friedrich: Der Gendarm von [unreadable]. Berlin Dietz, 1932.

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*WESSLER-BENNETT, John: The Wooden Titan. 1936.

WHITTLESEY, Derwent: German Strategy of World Conquest. New York. 1942

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*WHO, JACOB, Hans: Hitler's Ear and Tongue. Vol. 1. No. 2., I,iay, 1941, 
   p. 37-8

*WEIGAND, Karl v.: Hitler Foresees His End.  Cosmopolitan, 
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WILD, Alfons: Hitler und das Christentum. Augsburg. Hass., 1931, 85 p. 

WIR  fliegen mit Hitler. Berlin. Deutsche Kulturwacht, 1934, 184 p. 

WOLF, John: Nazi Germany. London, 1934.

WYL, Hans von: Ein Schweizer erlebt Deutschland. Zurich, Europa Verlag, 1938. 

*YOUNG, William Russel: Berlin Embassy, 1941, 280 p.

*ZIEMER, Gregor: Education for Death, New York, Oxford University 
   Press,1941, 208 p.  

[unreadable], Patsy:  2010 Days of Hitler, New York, Harper, 1940, 312 p.
 

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