The war path : Hitler's Germany, 1933-1939 by David Irving

By David Irving

This is often an account of the years of Hitler's energy and the increase to the second one international struggle. the writer explores Hitler's achievements in rebuilding the economic climate and the defense force, with the concurrent development of racism and nationalism. this is often the 1st of a 3-volume paintings at the topic. The spouse volumes are "Hitler's warfare 1939-1942" and "Hitler's conflict 1942-1945". David Irving has additionally written "The loss of life of common Sikorski", "The upward thrust and Fall of the Luftwaffe" and "The path of the Fox - The lifetime of box Marshall Erwin Rommel"

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The facts were however these: Reinhard Heydrich, chief of Reich security, had established the Meisinger section, Section IIH, four years before. In , Otto Schmidt had named the general during interrogation, in the vain hope that the charges against him would be quietly hushed up. Meisinger willingly believed him, but Heydrich and the Gestapo chief Heinrich Müller had both considered it an inadequate basis for action. The statements stayed on file. When Müller fell ill, Meisinger showed the dossier to Himmler, who showed it to Hitler – with the results already related.

Nor had he misjudged Ley’s loyalty, for the labour leader was to stand by him beyond the end. Hitler’s first power base in  was, therefore, the workers. No history can safely overlook this fact. Among the papers of Walther Hewel – the nineteen-year-old student who shared Hitler’s Landsberg imprisonment – I found this doctrine written in Hitler’s own spiky hand: They must learn to respect each other and be respected again – the intellectual must respect the manual labourer and vice versa. Neither can exist without the other.

Hindenburg at first had reservations about Hitler. But he was moved by the solemnity of the new government,  and by its successes. Hitler’s accession to power had been followed not by civil war but by torchlight parades and ceremonies like the pseudo-religious “Day of Potsdam,” a spectacle which had moved him and even the most hardboiled generals to recognize that a new era was dawning for Germany. Hitler also worked hard to win over the Reichswehr – the armed forces. His main thesis had always been that in foreign affairs the weight of arms speaks louder than moral rectitude.

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