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INDEX

All categories refer to Adolf Hitler.

The numbers refer to the page of Source Book on which material is to be found.

Numbers in brackets refer to material which is primarily propagandistic.

00010300.GIF  page i

ANIMALS:

affection for: 274; (437); 454; 487; 662;

birds: 414;)437);623; 734

dogs: 116; 122; 180; (187); 234; 401; (438); 557; 762;

mice: 85; 220;

rats: 202

preference for male animals: 671f;


ANTI-SEMITISM, see also: Jews

gen.: 55; 85; 99; 246f; 251; 264; 270f; 319; 491; 498f; 505; 545;

origin of: 218; 246; 546; (779/81); 928;

propaganda value of: 918;

   alleged own Jewish origins as reason: 271; 311;

obsessional: 374;

sincerity of: 149; (366);


APPEARANCE, see also: Attire; Personality; Physical Description

gen.: 9; 17; 41f; 49f; 412; 425; 521; 522; 635; 642; 645; 664; 698; 759; 769;

Vienna time: 63; 67; 73; - in World War I: (200); (206); (195);

at meetings: 297; 570; 759;

in Italy: 571;

change through years: 38; 223; 293; 445; 558;

racial: 99; 483; 485; 514; 678;

"typical Austrian": 2; 25; 231; 310f; 446; 457; 464; 636;

"typical German": 41;

"typical Saxonian": 478;

"French-looking": 9; 577;


00010301.GIF  page ii

APPEARANCE, continued

"real soldier": 195; 290;

"Kleinbuerger": 17; 2; 58; 289f; 307; 492; 702; 712; 154; 796;

"traveling salesman": 506; 642;

like waiter or barber: 503; 797;

"disguises as the normal man": 100; 152

der "boehische Gefreite": 511

quite ordinary: 635; 868;

insignifncant: 304; 307; 796;

unimpressive: 289; 891

"feminine": 9; 644;

repulsive: 467; 715;

ludicrous: 296;


ARCHITECTURE: see also: Art, Curriculum, Living Style

entry in war questionnaire: "I wanted to be an architect": 422

studies on: (479); 673f; 647;

penchant for: 422;

taste and practical interest: 182; 233; 622; 655;

passionate desire to build: 780;

likes architectural models: 281; 422; 655;

authority on: 889;

coneeived as expression of heroism: 47;

mystic interest in pictures of: 672f;

Caesaristic architectural plans and achievements:

   gen,: 272; 309f; 315; 463; 486; 522; 655; 659; 791; 944f;

   Marine-Ehrenmal: 1;

   world airport: 223;


00010302.GIF  page iii

ARCHITECTURE, continued

   highways: 309f;

   bridge in Hamburg: 310; 659;

   Mausoleum: 410/13; 489;

   Chancellery: 655; 670f; 939f;

   War Memorial for Unknown Soldier: 675;

   beautifying cities: 675;

   plans for Munich in Landsberg: 593; 655;

   Kehlstein: 155f; 345;

   building plans held up by war: 293;

preference for columns: 673; 910;


ARMY, see also: Behavior, Putsch, National Socialism

views on: 805;

detailed knowledge of: 269;

close connection with: 488;

alleged lack of interrelation between - and party: 806;

plans for ideological indoctrination of: 715;


ART, see also: Architecture; Curriculum; Entertainments

Hitler as artist: 144; (171); 422;

   childhood: 104; 885;

   paintings submitted to academy: 224; 363;

   poor quality of his paintings: 75f; 100; 215; 224; 674;

   characteristics: 76f; 522; 910;

   collection of sketches: "Ein Herrenvolk": 674;

   drawings of military objects: 674;

   phantastic drawings: 674;

00010303.GIF  page iv

ART, continued

views on: 95; 201f; 224; 234; 342; 267; 423; 259; (827); (889): 918;

collects paintings: 224; 229; 234; 237; 312f; 423; 939;

preference for paintings of stallions and nudes: 486; 671f;

has no artistically valuable furniture: 557; 707;

preference for Spitzweg: 939;

enthusiasm in Florence: 406;

supreme judge in: 229; 556; 674f;

   art and the masses: 314;

   as political metaphor: 291;

artists' attitudes to Hitler: 742; 744f; 910;


ASCETICISM, see also: Eating Habits; Living Style; Image: Personality.

gen.: (46); 61; 241; (336f); (480); (512); 581; (738); (750); (753); (770); (848); 
   (889); 898;

origin: 302;
   
   based on Wagner: 270;

   on materialistic grounds: 378;

   as heroic concept of life: 379; 914;

   related to father's contrary habits: 574;

   as religious sacrifice: (884);

legend: (98); (512); 528f; 881;

   propagandized: (435);

abstinence: 3; 53; 65; 101; 165; 167; 220; 232; 260; 296; 312; 324; 342; 281; 463;
    493; 527; 679; 653; 894; 

exceptions of abstinence: 107; 299; 493; 606; 679f; 650; 652; 894; 935;

chastity: 4; 312;

00010304.GIF  page v

ASCETICISM, continued

non-smoker: 65; 220; 223; 232; 270; 281; 342; 463; 894; 

   smoking prohibited in his presence: 232; 312; 329; 444; 680; 894; 

   alcohol and cigars for guests: 223; 702; 707; 653; 894;

vegetarianism: 3 53; 62; 176; 220; 260; 342; 374; 463; 472; 679; 

   exceptions of vegetarianism: 6; 101; 296; 527; 899; 935;

   veget. because of love for animals: 504;
     
       "      physically conditioned: 378; 429; 526; 437; 653; 899f;

       "      after Geli's death: 935; 938;

ATTIRE, see also: Appearance, Physical Description

gen.: (119); 147; 158; 164f; 168; 172f; 181; 367; (399); 553; 642; 759f; 134; 891;
   
   Vienna: 63ff;

   early Munich: 340;

   at Berghof: 223; 226; 238; 291; 297; 401; 504;

   World War I: 195f; 197; 200f; 205; 209;

simplicity: 642; 698; 707; 686;

indifference to clothes: 624;

lack of personal taste: 88; 503; 637;

unfavorable comments on: 5; 8; 41; 59; 522;

deliberate correctness: 521f; 897;

deliberately sloppy: 495;

Details of:

   formal dress: 227; 289; 441; 506; 664f; 715; 031;

   correct tie: 506;

00010305.GIF  page vi

ATTIRE, continued

   pattern of material dull: 624;

   favorite blue suit: 226; 345; 637;

   Lederhose: (188); 933;

   pyjamas: 627;

   stick: 223; 522;

   dog-whip: 93; 135; 275; 340; 367; 522; 537; 619; 903;

   uniform: 290; 292f; 522; 637; 666; 134;

   great pains to have cap designed: 685;

   steel helmet and pistol, never worn: 679;

   list of wardrobe: 488; 687; 940;

   when meeting Hindenburg: 618; 931;

   civilian clothes in Italy: 141;

   silk hat when leaving Italy: 406;

attempts at dandification: 640;

taken care of by Eva Braun: 690;

AUSTRIA, see also: Curriculum; Names; Politics.

attitude towards: 151; 543; 705; 934;

hatred against: 543; 705; 711; (813); 832;

his "weak point": 539;

talk with Schuschnigg: 551f;

meeting with blind S.A. man: (866);

brought into Reich by hypnotic force: 565;

BEHAVIOR, see also: Curriculum; Names, Personality; Putsch.

Vienna time:

   Hanisch: 64ff; Greiner: 66; Neumann: 6;

   Incident with life saver: 357;


00010306.GIF  page vii

BEHAVIOR, continued

Pre-war Munich: 106f;

World War I:

   gen.: 196f; 340; 396; 548;

   to superiors: 97; 199; 296; 298; 340; 496;

   reproaches comrades of cowardice: 196; 206;

   gets on comrades' nerves: 203;

   never takes a furlough: 204; 206;

   refuses food: 198; 204; 208;

   very considerate to war prisoners: 202

   reproaches Mend for relations with French girls: 202

   doesn't "court grand folks": (226);

   never attends reunion: 661;

World War II: towards soldiers: Poland: 645; Russia: parcel service: 285; 695f; towards generals: 134; 661; 

towards Diplomats and Statesmen: 129;

   avoiding close contact: 124;

   impolite, uncompromising: 53; 55;

   embarrassed: 2; 57f; 5; 225; 304; 369; 869;

   in Berchtesgaden: 127/29;

   diplomatic corps: 54;

   signing of armistive: 282/86;

   Munich: 734;

   Francois-Poncet: 943/46;

   papal representative: 56;

   Schuschnigg: 751f;

   Petain: 698;


00010307.GIF  page viii

BEVARIOT, continued

   Henderson: 124/30; 33f; 36f;

   Dodd: 50f; 53/56;

   Jouvenel: 461;

   British diplomat: 305;

   Princess Olga: 647;

   Princess Hohenlohe: 657;

   Duke of Windsor: 493;

   Russian ambassador: 597;

towards journalists:

   refuses interview 1923: 457;

   general dislike and distrust: 665;

   polite and courteous: 880;

   press, Italy: 161;

   press conference: 160;

   Warsaw: 405;

   Interviews: 42f; 144/48; 154; 158/61;

   Jahn (1923): 731f;

   Interviews:
  
   Huddleston: 759;
  
   Huss: 413/16; 401f

   Howard: 53;

   Crane: 50;

   Bedel: 8;

   Oeschner: 566f;

   Roberts: 880f;

00010308.GIF  page ix

BEVAHIOR, (continued)

   Lord Rothmere: 5;

   Stoddard: 292;

   Weigand: 493;
  
   Ybarra: 343;

   varia:

   Gerhart Hauptmann:  525;

   Schmidt-Paula: (787);

   Oswald Spengler: 525f;

   political adversaries: 795f;

   army officials: 140;

   in war office: 136;

toward fellow partisans: (see also Names).

   collaborators:  6; 94; 124; 126; 166f; 180; 261; 264f; 380; 613f; 655; 911f; 

   early Nazis: 88; 165; 171f; 174; 177; 169; 186; 354; 374; 501; 729; 829; 

   lack of consideration: 469;

   strict: 654;

   taking advantage of their attitudes: 715; 794;

   inability to handle them: 464;

   warm and kind: (861);

   rewards early protection: 595;

   Collaborators:

      doesn't care for opinions: 654/56;

      always finds right people and gives them their chance: (864);

      greatest care for their wellbeing: (865f); 899;

00010309.GIF  page x

BEHAVIOR, continued.

      comrades among comrades: (866);

      emanating quiet and strength: (861);

      good listener, receptive to ideas of others: (438);

      remembering birthdays: 557;

      "deliberate corruption": 265; 712;

      alleged financial hold over: 615; 643;

      liberal in private affairs of: 643; 712;

      fears for their lives: 490; 658;

      daily luncheon meetings: 62; 294; 524; 898;

      dinners in Reischkanzlei: 440;

      protracted discussions: 315; 654;

      snubs party founders: 508;

      getting rid of Feder: 704;

      condenscension: 508;

      autocratic: 447;

      mimicking Goering and Goebbels: 405; 494; 597; 687;

Coaching and Supervision by collaborators: 502; 9;

   Hess in early days: 40;

   table manners: 638;

   speeches censored by Goebbels: 877;

   attempts to regulate Hitler's work: 502;

   seclusion enforced by bodyguard:  308; 880;

towards provincial Nazi leaders: 6;

   incitement to hatred: 712;

   always had majority on my side: 718;

   no interest in their personal welfare: 712;

   invitation to meals de rigeur: 707f; 711;


00010310.GIF  page xi

BEHAVIOR, continued

towards followers:

   remembering old time friends:108f; 118;

   kindness to party members: (396); (400);

   toward renegades: (394);

   unreliable, does not keep promises: 586;

   asks same asceticism as from himself: (868);

towards subordinates: 3; 58; 654; 794;

   servants: 157; 181; 236f; 380; 415; 510; 598; 625; 899;

   not helping them: 235;

   does not care for political opinions of: 255;

   insight in their weakneses: 598;

   dramatic persuasiveness: 559;

   constant outbursts in party bureau: 509f; 898;

   officials: 715; 795;

in Public Appearances: 699; (see also Masses, Oratory)

   meetings: 3; 38; 49; (117); 148; 159; 280; 377; 498f; 665; 698; (749); 
      891ff;

   Reichstag: 52; 285; 425; 665; 777; 649;

   Reichsparteitag: 9; 17; 157; 162; 285; 665; 774; (882); (869f); 880;

   Reicharat: 795;

   in court:
      
      witness at Communist trial at Munich: 295;

      party in small libel suit in Munich: 537;

      witness in Reichswehrprozess: 96; 99; 804/06; 875;

   see also Putsch

00010311.GIF  page xii

BEHAVIOR, continued: at public appearances:

in Italy: 141; 161; 571;

   with king: 405f; 420;

   with Mussolini: 458; 760;

In France:

   at Dome des Invalides: 409;

as spectator:

   at Olympic games: 2; 58; 665; 879;

   at theater: 227; 372; 289; 665;

in small circles: 4; 5; 136; 793; 831;

   early social life: 58; 88f; 503/06; 744; 166f; 033;

   in Kaiserhof: 577;

   on Berghof: 316;

   with Bayrischer Industieverband: 527f;

   Industriellenverband, Duesseldorf: 45;

Theatrical Behavior: 18; 31;178f; 279; 283; 285; 297; 377; 467; 515f; 
   629;

   skillful actor: 305; 618; 643; 916; 922; 934; 937; 

   in political discussions: 405; 743;

   unconscious acting: 180; 260; 557;

   impersonating people: 235; 405; 417; 494; 597; 687; 938;

   when greeting: 6; 17; 291; 297; 492; 636; 645; 664; 666f; 685; 292f; 
      279; 230; 141; 371; 597; 598;

   long lifting of arm: 6; 124; 184; 232; 627; 744; 

00010312.GIF  xiii

   in unexpected situations:
  
      laying-of-cornerstone incident: 2; 229; 267;

      refuses to answer in interview: 53; 140b; 154;

      with Oeschner: 668;

      incidents at Reichsparteitag: 869;

      arrival in Italy: 141;

      with boy in hotel: 603;

      incident of crying widow: 746;

      incident with woman at Olympic games: 2;

          "             "          "         "  meeting: 895;

CHILDREN AND YOUTH:

   affection for: 41; 44; 234; 274; 438; 621; 647;

   attitude to: 232; 661f; (44); 715; (739);

Children's response to Hitler:

   positive: 445; 558; 715; (863); (866)
   
   negative: 37; 761;

   meeting youth: 184; (278);

   teaparties for children: 223; 225; 463;

   gifts for children: 578; (866);

   giving autogramms: 225;

   story of boy saved at Putsch: 91; (567); (778); (808);

   daughter of Drexler: 119;

   Goebbels' children: 235;

   children brought air-raid shelter at Chancellory: 444;

   godfather of children born there: 672;

   children favorite company in loneliness: 470;

   plan of killing weakest for selection: 485;

   children highest duty of matrimony: 547;


00010313.GIF  xiv

CHILDREN AND YOUTH: continued

      drilling them into deification: 766f;

      savior idea strongest with youth: 767; (808f);

CONTACT WITH PEOPLE: see also Behavior, Curriculum, Masses,
    personality.

gen.: (119f); 241; 316; 363; 795;

lack of: 294; 495; 829; 881;

relations v. Wagner family: 933;

voluntary segregation: 39f; 204; 206f; 275; 462f; 470; 473; 475; 491; 520; 874; 
   798; 945; 

loneliness: 215; 548; 577; 598;

disappointment in collaborators: 945;

choice of company: 260;

   preference for neurotic, labile people: 614;

        "              "    labile, criminal    "       : 305; 644; 912;

         "              "   foreign born Germans as collaborators: 544;

         "             for fat people: 177;

        "               "    cripples: 912;

        "               "    theatrical world: 424f;

good tactician, good at handling people: 56; 305; 540; 643; 867; 790ff;

need for being center of group: 620f; 586; 793; 940;

CURRICULUM VITAE: Behavior, Putsch, National-Socialism.

Documents:

   Baptismal certificate: 928;

   story of police file on origin: 311;

   death certificate of mother: 21;

00010314.GIF  page xv


CURRICULUM VITAE: continued

   tomb-stone inscription of parents: 362;

   police records: (Vienna): 732;

   military papers: 427; 442;

   documents on Iron Cross I., and II.,: 873;

   Personal Vernehming at Putsch trial: 318;

         "                 "               at Reichswahr trial: 804;

   physical description by Max v. Gruber: 99; 575;

   certificate on mental condition: 19/20;

   two official certificates from Landsberg: 99; 193;

   alleged file on violation of  175: 947;

Documents:

   parole of writer Adolf Hitler: 226/228;

   Schleicher's file: 851f;

   allegedly 7 years older than generally accepted: 871;

Family:

   origin: (104); (131); 150; 358; 363; (825); (827); 851;

   parents related: 21; 555;

   father: 7; 64; 81; 150; 194; 342f; 358; 575; 450; 540; 913; 924f;

      relation to Adolf:  23; 25; 81f' 194; 489; 541; 569; 728;

      Hitler's hate of: 569; 67;

         "          memories of: 225f;

      death of: 24; 362;

   alleged fathers: 7; 310f;

   mother: 21; 24; 151; 194; 358; 363; (855); 364; 925;

   Hitler's relation to: 7; 25/28; 21; 60; 82; 132; 194; 243; 798;

00010315.GIF  page xvi

CURRICULUM VITAE: continued

      mother's relation to Adolf: 21f; 569; 925;

      illness and death: 3; 21; 26f; 132; 574;

      Hitler's reaction to mother's death: 29;

   parents, relations between: 7; 541; 574; (807); 913;

   siblings: 21f; 34; 26; 64; 925f;

      Aloys: 246; 358; 798; 912; 924ff;

         bigamie: 433; tearoomL 221; 450; 541; 677;

      Angela Raubel: 24; 29; 131; 180; 246; 261; 358; 527; 541; 639; 706; 708; 192; 898; 906; 925; 927ff;

         Hausfrau on Obersalzberg: 44; 94; 101; 223; 238; 450; 462;

         oppressed after Geli's death: 470;

         remarriage: 238;
            
            reason for:  929;

      Paula: 24; 29; 131; 225; 245f; 358; 362; 798; 925f;

         as Mrs. Wolf: 731; 925; 929;

      Edmund: 358; 541; 913; 926;

      Gustav: 926;

      Klara: 24; 29; 80; 384;

      interruption of relation with sisters: 94; (388);

   other relatives:

      Theresa Schmidt, mother's sister: 364;

      Edmund, nephew: 913;

      Meyerhofer, guardian: 362;

      Edward and Anton, 1st cousins: 364;

      Brigitte Hitler, sister-in-law: 823/34; 913;

      William Patrick, nephew: 432/34; 450; 924/30;

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