Hitler: A Chronology of his Life and Time by Milan Hauner

By Milan Hauner

This designated reference consultant, in keeping with an unlimited quantity of resource facts, lines each recognized aspect of Hitler's occupation, with huge citation either from Hitler's personal speeches and writings and from these of his contemporaries. This new version beneficial properties an enlarged and up-to-date bibliography and introduction.

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The merger was favoured by the majority of the NSDAP Working Committee, Drexler included. Hitler’s behaviour is highly erratic and he leaves the conference abruptly after three hours when he sees that his subversive tactics have failed. 11 July: Hitler writes a letter of resignation addressed to the NSDAP Working Committee. He is highly contemptuous of other nationalist movements, whose anti-Semitism he finds is not radical enough and whose political tactics are too bourgeois. He also fears that a merger between the NSDAP and other movements could weaken his unique position and result in a move of headquarters away from 29 1921 Hitler Munich.

17 January: At a NSDAP meeting in the Kindlkeller, Hitler speaks on the theme ‘The 18th January 1871 and the Working People’ to commemorate the foundation date of the (Second) German Empire. 19 January: In a letter to Dr Riehl in Vienna, Hitler warns of the ‘Bolshevik threat flooding Germany’, not so much as a result of Soviet military victories but rather ‘as a planned subversion of our own people through small groups of radical infiltrators … who are willing to enforce Communism not through a majority decision, but through the dictatorship of a recklessly determined minority’.

19 August: Hitler speaks at a NSDAP meeting in Rosenheim. 25 August: About 7,000 people hear Hitler speaking at a NSDAP rally on ‘Jewish Rule and the Starvation of the People’. 3 September: Hitler speaks at a NSDAP meeting in Weilheim. 6 September: In a letter to Gustav Seifert, chairman of the local NSDAP branch in Hanover, Hitler gives advice on party tactics. He is against setting up new local groups without first strengthening the existing ones. Specifically, he warns against still-simmering tendencies for a merger with the DSP, which he calls a ‘fantasy creation’ without much practical value.

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