Hitler's Table Talk

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Hitler's Table Talk (German: Tischgespräche im Führerhauptquartier) is the title given to a stated series of World War II monologues by Adolf Hitler from 1941 to 1944. Hitler's remarks are stated to have been recorded by Heinrich Heim, Henry Picker, and Martin Bormann, and later published in the postwar period.

The remarks are stated to have been recorded at Hitler's Headquarters in the company of Hitler's inner circle and dwell on war and foreign affairs but also on religion, culture, philosophy, his personal aspirations and feelings.

Holocaust revisionism

The revisionist Thomas Dalton has argued regarding Hitler that "From 1941 through late 1944, he conducted long private sessions with friends and party intimates. These discussions—monologues, actually—have been published as “Hitler's Table Talk” (see Hitler 2000). Among a wide range of topics, he makes some 16 references to Jews and the Jewish question, over a period of about three years. Every one of these passages refers, in the German original, to evacuation and removal; not one refers to killing, gassing, or mass murder. For example: [...] Hitler obviously had no reason to hold back his language when speaking amongst such close colleagues. If he had truly wanted to kill the Jews, he would have said so—more than once, and in no uncertain terms. Instead we find not one instance of such talk. Perhaps this is why so few of our traditional historians cite these monologues of Hitler; such passages are hard to explain, on the standard view."[1]

One example is that on 24 June 1942 (when according to politically correct history large scale genocidal mass killings were allegedly occurring), Hitler announced at his headquarters that after the war he would "rigorously defend his position that he would hammer on one city after another until the Jews came out and emigrated to Madagascar [see Madagascar Plan] or some other national state for the Jews".[2]

Questioned authenticity

The authenticity has been questioned by the revisionist Veronica Clark.[3]

Also, Martin Bormann has been accused of being a Soviet agent as discussed in the article on Bormann.

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References

  1. Thomas Dalton. The Great Holocaust Mystery: Reconsidering the Evidence. Inconvenient History. http://inconvenienthistory.com/archive/2014/volume_6/number_3/the_great_holocaust_mystery.php
  2. Holocaust Handbooks, Volume 15: Germar Rudolf: Lectures on the Holocaust—Controversial Issues Cross Examined 2nd, revised and corrected edition. http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php?page_id=15
  3. Genoud, Heim & Picker’s “Table Talk”: A Study in Academic Fraud & Scandal https://codoh.com/library/document/4880/?lang=en
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