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The subject of this book hardly needs an introduction. It is doubtful that there is any nation on earth that is not familiar with his colossal and provocative reputation. Adolf Hitler rose from the ranks as an unknown soldier, through the political chaos of the Weimar period, to take command of Germany and embark on a twelve-year odyssey of both great triumphs and great tragedy. Time magazine named him Man of the Year in 1938, but in terms of personal impact on the course of history, he may have been Man of the Century.
In the popular imagination, it is impossible to disassociate the man from his emphatic and passionate public addresses. As a result, Hitler’s oratory is often credited with his victory in the competition for political influence in the early years of the NSDAP’s struggle for power. And yet, competent translations of many of his influential speeches have largely been neglected, and those that do exist often do not do justice to the original material.
In His Own Words is not only a collection of new and improved translations of some of Hitler’s most important speeches, but also includes original research to provide historical context and information about the speeches themselves. While not a complete collection of every speech he ever made-such a collection would span thousands of pages at minimum-the essential speeches translated in this edition will provide the English reader with an unparalleled understanding of how Hitler used his oratory to become the most recognizable political figure of the modern age.
Antelope Hill is proud to present In His Own Words, translated, compiled, and with commentary by C.J. Miller. This work is vital to understanding Adolf Hitler and the twentieth century, and as such it is imperative that it be preserved in the printed word for generations to come.