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, and his personal aspirations and feelings.

Holocaust revisionism

See Alleged statements by Hitler on the Holocaust‎: Hitler's Table Talk.

Questioned authenticity

The authenticity has been questioned by the revisionist Veronica Clark.[1]

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

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References

  1. Genoud, Heim & Picker’s “Table Talk”: A Study in Academic Fraud & Scandal https://codoh.com/library/document/4880/?lang=en
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