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What do you think that is the best biography about Adolf Hitler that has been published until the present?

Postby sfivdf21 » 5 days 20 hours ago (Sat Jun 27, 2020 12:41 pm)

Hello everybody, as all the users of this forum know, Adolf Hitler is by far the most slandered person in all history and about whom the most lies have been told. But it is also the historical personality on which more biographies have been written about him and obviously although there is no doubt that many of them are defamatory propaganda against him not all of the books about Hitler are and there are also biographies about Hitler that are truthful, objective and written with professionally and without malicious intentions by the biographer in question.
I think that despite the enormous existing bibliography about him, the definitive biography about the Führer has not yet been written.
So, what is the best biography about Hitler that has been published for you?
For me the best biography about Adolf Hitler that has been written until the present are the memoirs of Hermann Giesler called Ein anderer Hitler.

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Re: What do you think that is the best biography about Adolf Hitler that has been published until the present?

Postby HMSendeavour » 4 days 2 hours ago (Mon Jun 29, 2020 6:08 am)

Unfortunately you're right. There is no revisionist biography of Hitler that takes accounts of all the facts, and correcting the falsehoods, lies by omission etc. Hopefully a book like that will be published in the coming years. We can only hope.

Geisler's book, while fantastic, is really only a memoir.

I personally own every Hitler biography that has thus been published:

Hitler Biographies.jpg

This is a picture I took of them all lined up. I hesitated to include Degrees one volume work "Hitler: Born at Versailles" and the mishmash work "Hitler Democrat" as his Hitler biography was technically never finished, and very very unfortunately never will be. His planned 14 volume biography is left to the realm of imagination and lost possibilities (on this see my thread: https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=12847&p=94763&)

There are a few older biographies that are harder to come by and I do not own (but will soon), they're obscure more than anything, not particularly essential but would still be cool to have. There are of course, one or two in German that aren't available in English.

What you need to know is that all the biographies are basically trash, none of them are particularly worthy of describing Hitler's story. John Toland's book is the only one which comes close, but certainly not close enough, by a long shot. However it would be my pick if you want to read a Hitler biography. It does have some silly moments, and isn't always right on some things, but is remarkably objective and doesn't contain the pitfalls from what i've read of similar older books dealing with the National Socialist period.

If you can, you should read R.H.S. Stolfi's "Hitler: Beyond Evil and Tyranny", it is a glorious book which is the best Hitler "biography" to have been written. In the book Stolfi pieces together Hitler's life and gradually puts him into perspective in an objective way using and criticizing the "Great Biographers" as he calls them (Kershaw, Fest, Bullock etc.).

Hitler by Stolfi.jpg


You can buy this book, as I have, from Noontide: http://noontidepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=8&products_id=187

There's an EPUB version you can download for free too: https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=688CAC3ADF255BC624390C570A04E56D
You can read a pdf version made from the epub here: https://pdfhost.io/v/fnvFm1gQM_R_H_S_Stolfi_Hitler__Beyond_Evil_and_TyrannyPrometheus_Books_2011pdf.pdf
Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20200629105810/https://pdfhost.io/v/fnvFm1gQM_R_H_S_Stolfi_Hitler__Beyond_Evil_and_TyrannyPrometheus_Books_2011pdf.pdf

Also, George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party, in the 1960s collaborating with other National Socialists wrote a Journal which lasted for about 60+ issues titled "National Socialist World", and in their first issue published a pretty good review and critique of Alan Bullock's Hitler biography.

NS World 000-min.jpg

NS World 001-min.jpg


You can see the book review from that issue here: https://pdfhost.io/v/kudi0JjLw_National_Socialist_World_Number_1_Spring_1966_Published_by_The_World_Union_of_National_Socialists_Hitler_a_Study_in_Tyranny_by_Alan_Bullock_Book_Reviewpdf.pdf

Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20200629110811/https://pdfhost.io/v/kudi0JjLw_National_Socialist_World_Number_1_Spring_1966_Published_by_The_World_Union_of_National_Socialists_Hitler_a_Study_in_Tyranny_by_Alan_Bullock_Book_Reviewpdf.pdf

For extra reading:

What is the Best Hitler Biography? by Andrew Hamilton
https://www.counter-currents.com/2011/10/what-is-the-best-hitler-biography/

A Guide to Primary Sources on Hitler for Researchers
https://www.counter-currents.com/2018/08/a-guide-to-primary-sources-on-hitler-for-researchers/

R. H. S. Stolfi’s Hitler: Beyond Evil & Tyranny reviewed by Greg Johnson
Part 1: https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/05/r-h-s-stolfis-hitler-beyond-evil-and-tyranny-part-1/
Part 2: https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/05/r-h-s-stolfis-hitler-beyond-evil-tyranny-part-2/

Can You Trust Historians? Hitler should have recorded everything by Guillaume Durocher
https://www.unz.com/gdurocher/can-you-trust-historians/
Now what does it mean for the independent expert witness Van Pelt? In his eyes he had two possibilities. Either to confirm the Holocaust story, or to go insane. - Germar Rudolf, 13th IHR Conference

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Re: What do you think that is the best biography about Adolf Hitler that has been published until the present?

Postby sfivdf21 » 3 days 13 hours ago (Mon Jun 29, 2020 7:14 pm)

HMSendeavour wrote:Unfortunately you're right. There is no revisionist biography of Hitler that takes accounts of all the facts, and correcting the falsehoods, lies by omission etc. Hopefully a book like that will be published in the coming years. We can only hope.

Geisler's book, while fantastic, is really only a memoir.

I personally own every Hitler biography that has thus been published:

Hitler Biographies.jpg
This is a picture I took of them all lined up. I hesitated to include Degrees one volume work "Hitler: Born at Versailles" and the mishmash work "Hitler Democrat" as his Hitler biography was technically never finished, and very very unfortunately never will be. His planned 14 volume biography is left to the realm of imagination and lost possibilities (on this see my thread: https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=12847&p=94763&)

There are a few older biographies that are harder to come by and I do not own (but will soon), they're obscure more than anything, not particularly essential but would still be cool to have. There are of course, one or two in German that aren't available in English.

What you need to know is that all the biographies are basically trash, none of them are particularly worthy of describing Hitler's story. John Toland's book is the only one which comes close, but certainly not close enough, by a long shot. However it would be my pick if you want to read a Hitler biography. It does have some silly moments, and isn't always right on some things, but is remarkably objective and doesn't contain the pitfalls from what i've read of similar older books dealing with the National Socialist period.

If you can, you should read R.H.S. Stolfi's "Hitler: Beyond Evil and Tyranny", it is a glorious book which is the best Hitler "biography" to have been written. In the book Stolfi pieces together Hitler's life and gradually puts him into perspective in an objective way using and criticizing the "Great Biographers" as he calls them (Kershaw, Fest, Bullock etc.).

Hitler by Stolfi.jpg

You can buy this book, as I have, from Noontide: http://noontidepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=8&products_id=187

There's an EPUB version you can download for free too: https://libgen.is/book/index.php?md5=688CAC3ADF255BC624390C570A04E56D
You can read a pdf version made from the epub here: https://pdfhost.io/v/fnvFm1gQM_R_H_S_Stolfi_Hitler__Beyond_Evil_and_TyrannyPrometheus_Books_2011pdf.pdf
Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20200629105810/https://pdfhost.io/v/fnvFm1gQM_R_H_S_Stolfi_Hitler__Beyond_Evil_and_TyrannyPrometheus_Books_2011pdf.pdf

Also, George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party, in the 1960s collaborating with other National Socialists wrote a Journal which lasted for about 60+ issues titled "National Socialist World", and in their first issue published a pretty good review and critique of Alan Bullock's Hitler biography.

NS World 000-min.jpg
NS World 001-min.jpg

You can see the book review from that issue here: https://pdfhost.io/v/kudi0JjLw_National_Socialist_World_Number_1_Spring_1966_Published_by_The_World_Union_of_National_Socialists_Hitler_a_Study_in_Tyranny_by_Alan_Bullock_Book_Reviewpdf.pdf

Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20200629110811/https://pdfhost.io/v/kudi0JjLw_National_Socialist_World_Number_1_Spring_1966_Published_by_The_World_Union_of_National_Socialists_Hitler_a_Study_in_Tyranny_by_Alan_Bullock_Book_Reviewpdf.pdf

For extra reading:

What is the Best Hitler Biography? by Andrew Hamilton
https://www.counter-currents.com/2011/10/what-is-the-best-hitler-biography/

A Guide to Primary Sources on Hitler for Researchers
https://www.counter-currents.com/2018/08/a-guide-to-primary-sources-on-hitler-for-researchers/

R. H. S. Stolfi’s Hitler: Beyond Evil & Tyranny reviewed by Greg Johnson
Part 1: https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/05/r-h-s-stolfis-hitler-beyond-evil-and-tyranny-part-1/
Part 2: https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/05/r-h-s-stolfis-hitler-beyond-evil-tyranny-part-2/

Can You Trust Historians? Hitler should have recorded everything by Guillaume Durocher
https://www.unz.com/gdurocher/can-you-trust-historians/


Hello HMSendeavor, thanks for your reply and your information, I really appreciate it.
The most of the biographies about Adolf Hitler that I have read so far are the memoirs of people who knew him personally and the memoirs of some Nationalsocialist leaders (for example Christa Schroeder's "Er war mein Chef", August Kubizek's "Adolf Hitler - Mein Jugendfreund", Hermann Giesler's "Ein anderer Hitler", Heinrich Hoffmann's "Hitler wie ich ihn sah", Otto Wagener's "Hitler aus nächster Nähe", Friedrich Christian zu Schaumburg-Lippe's "War Hitler ein Diktator?", etc.) The only biographies about Adolf Hitler written by historians that I have read so far are the biographies of Ian Kershaw and Joachim Fest (when I still believed in the "Holocaust" lie and the evil anti-Nationalsocialist/anti-German propaganda) and David Irving's "Hitler's War" and "Führer und Reichskanzler. Adolf Hitler 1933–1945".

About John Toland, I know him very few (I only know about him that he is generally considered one of the best historians of World War II) but I see that you know Toland quite well so I need to ask you some questions about him. I have readed that Toland supported the revisionist work of the IHR (http://www.revisionists.com/revisionists/toland.html), its true? Is John Toland a Holocaust Revisionist?
You say that Toland's biography about Adolf Hitler is quite objective (which is appreciated) so I will read it. But you also say that despite this, his biography about Hitler have some silly moments and isn't always right on some things, at what points exactly?

I have also noticed that among the biographies about Adolf Hitler that you have there is one written by Stanley Payne. I didn't know that he had written a biography about the Führer. Stanley Payne a notorious American historian specialized about the history of Spain (especially about the history of the Second Republic, the Spanish Civil War and the Francoism) who has been bearly criticized by the Spanish leftists historians for his objective books that he writted about the Caudillo Francisco Franco, the Spanish Fascist movement of the Falange and its leader José Antonio Primo de Rivera. I hope that Payne is also objective with Adolf Hitler in his biography about him.
Are you sure that Stolfi's biography about Hitler is objective? Well, judging by the title of the book I have the impression that Stolfi say that Hitler was "evil and tyrant" (which its not true, Hitler is actually a German national hero and a true people's man, not a "dictator" or a "criminal") I'll read it anyway, just for the criticism of those miserable liars of Kershaw, Fest and Bullock, the Stolfi's book its worth reading.

Leon Degrelle is a fascinating historical personality. For me its always a pleasure to hear his testimony (whether in his memoirs, in his speeches, in his lectures, in his appearances in documentaries or in books about him) it will be a pleasure to read those books written by him about Adolf Hitler that you have mentioned to me. Its a pity that he could not finish his books about Hitler, because for me Leon Degrelle is undoubtedly one of the most loyal, brave and honest Nationalsocialist heroes that there was (along with Hans-Ulrich Rudel, Otto Ernst Remer, Joachim Peiper, Otto Skorzeny and Sepp Dietrich among many others) and he was never afraid to tell the truth, even in the hardest moments of his life.
The writings of George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party that you showed to me also seem interesting, I will read them.

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Re: What do you think that is the best biography about Adolf Hitler that has been published until the present?

Postby HMSendeavour » 3 days 9 hours ago (Mon Jun 29, 2020 11:18 pm)

sfivdf21 wrote:Hello HMSendeavor, thanks for your reply and your information, I really appreciate it.
The most of the biographies about Adolf Hitler that I have read so far are the memoirs of people who knew him personally and the memoirs of some Nationalsocialist leaders (for example Christa Schroeder's "Er war mein Chef", August Kubizek's "Adolf Hitler - Mein Jugendfreund", Hermann Giesler's "Ein anderer Hitler", Heinrich Hoffmann's "Hitler wie ich ihn sah", Otto Wagener's "Hitler aus nächster Nähe", Friedrich Christian zu Schaumburg-Lippe's "War Hitler ein Diktator?", etc.) The only biographies about Adolf Hitler written by historians that I have read so far are the biographies of Ian Kershaw and Joachim Fest (when I still believed in the "Holocaust" lie and the evil anti-Nationalsocialist/anti-German propaganda) and David Irving's "Hitler's War" and "Führer und Reichskanzler. Adolf Hitler 1933–1945".


If you read German, there are many great German books worth reading. I have compiled a folder of as many Third Reich books, and some revisionist books written in German here: https://mega.nz/folder/eD4lQT5T#7KoLnv9BZElrwef7Of_C4g

Also, I made a very rough German booklist:

https://mega.nz/file/7So3FQaT#8Cpf7zu6y-QUOIJJy-qSvH3CkKELJ8Dg17ishMOWD_U if you download the image and zoom in you should be able to read the titles clearly. It's a very large image.

sfivdf21 wrote:About John Toland, I know him very few (I only know about him that he is generally considered one of the best historians of World War II) but I see that you know Toland quite well so I need to ask you some questions about him. I have readed that Toland supported the revisionist work of the IHR (http://www.revisionists.com/revisionists/toland.html), its true? Is John Toland a Holocaust Revisionist?
You say that Toland's biography about Adolf Hitler is quite objective (which is appreciated) so I will read it. But you also say that despite this, his biography about Hitler have some silly moments and isn't always right on some things, at what points exactly?


No, John Toland isn't a Holocaust Revisionist. He spoke at the IHR regarding history in general, what he called "Living History" (http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v11/v11p--5_Toland.html). He was only really an objective Hitler biographer and Pearl Harbour revisionist.

The silly parts in his book are pretty obvious when you read it, as they stand out like an Island in the middle of an ocean. It's quite jarring to read his objective style only to be broken by some silly comment about how Hitler suffered flatulence for example. This comment was made by Toland only once (page 275) and not backed up by a source. Toland claims (Page 955) that it was made under the interrogation of Crown Prince Frederick Wilhelm of Prussia, but deleted from the stenographic text "at his request, but noted in prefatory remarks". He doesn't cite a source for this, and it sounds more like a comment relegated to the realm of slanderous fiction than historical reality. This story, referred to by Toland, I've not read before. Considering it was taken out of the record, shows me that Frederick Wilhelm didn't think so highly of his dubious remark.

There are other things too, particularly his case dealing with Jews, he just tows the line.

On a very positive note, regarding the outbreak of the war, one is left with the impression that Hitler is not to blame, but that there were circumstances which gradually built up beyond anyone's ability to control events or perceive them. That war came at the behest of everyone, not least by Hitler whom felt as if he had suffered his worst blunder by the time the British and French declared war on September 3rd.

sfivdf21 wrote:I have also noticed that among the biographies about Adolf Hitler that you have there is one written by Stanley Payne. I didn't know that he had written a biography about the Führer. Stanley Payne a notorious American historian specialized about the history of Spain (especially about the history of the Second Republic, the Spanish Civil War and the Francoism) who has been bearly criticized by the Spanish leftists historians for his objective books that he writted about the Caudillo Francisco Franco, the Spanish Fascist movement of the Falange and its leader José Antonio Primo de Rivera. I hope that Payne is also objective with Adolf Hitler in his biography about him.


No, that Hitler biography wasn't written by Stanley G. Payne, it was written by Robert Payne. In any case, his biography isn't good whatsoever. It isn't even worth being read and nobody even cites it from what i've seen. Robert Payne wrote a great many biographies about a variety of historical figures, thus his careful prose is lacking. It's a classic case of quantity over quality.

I am aware of Stanley Payne's books and own quite a few of them, although even he in his "History of Fascism" is unable to be objective about National Socialism. At least from what I've read of that chapter.

sfivdf21 wrote:Are you sure that Stolfi's biography about Hitler is objective? Well, judging by the title of the book I have the impression that Stolfi say that Hitler was "evil and tyrant" (which its not true, Hitler is actually a German national hero and a true people's man, not a "dictator" or a "criminal") I'll read it anyway, just for the criticism of those miserable liars of Kershaw, Fest and Bullock, the Stolfi's book its worth reading.


Yes, I am 100% certain that he is objective. The book is titled "BEYOND Evil and Tyranny", he is not calling Hitler "evil" and "Tyrannical", he is in the book going "beyond" those labels and refuting them while also challenging the lying biographers. It's worth making the point that Kershaw, Fest and Bullock don't necessarily lie in regards to sources, but they lie in interpretation, or by omission. However it would be tough to actually discover if they've lied about documents, no doubt they have even if they've just misinterpreted documents. Whether they have done that on purpose or not is another question, as it could be reasonably assumed that they find the most negative interpretation to fit their preconceived agenda. After all, in Hitler biography, there is no other outcome allowed.

sfivdf21 wrote:Leon Degrelle is a fascinating historical personality. For me its always a pleasure to hear his testimony (whether in his memoirs, in his speeches, in his lectures, in his appearances in documentaries or in books about him) it will be a pleasure to read those books written by him about Adolf Hitler that you have mentioned to me. Its a pity that he could not finish his books about Hitler, because for me Leon Degrelle is undoubtedly one of the most loyal, brave and honest Nationalsocialist heroes that there was (along with Hans-Ulrich Rudel, Otto Ernst Remer, Joachim Peiper, Otto Skorzeny and Sepp Dietrich among many others) and he was never afraid to tell the truth, even in the hardest moments of his life. The writings of George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party that you showed to me also seem interesting, I will read them.


All the books which do exist by Degrelle are all fantastic, I couldn't recommend them enough! I agree with you, all of those people are National Socialist heros. I do wonder, what book did Sepp Dietrich write?
Now what does it mean for the independent expert witness Van Pelt? In his eyes he had two possibilities. Either to confirm the Holocaust story, or to go insane. - Germar Rudolf, 13th IHR Conference

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Re: What do you think that is the best biography about Adolf Hitler that has been published until the present?

Postby sfivdf21 » 2 days 16 hours ago (Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:22 pm)

HMSendeavour wrote:
sfivdf21 wrote:Hello HMSendeavor, thanks for your reply and your information, I really appreciate it.
The most of the biographies about Adolf Hitler that I have read so far are the memoirs of people who knew him personally and the memoirs of some Nationalsocialist leaders (for example Christa Schroeder's "Er war mein Chef", August Kubizek's "Adolf Hitler - Mein Jugendfreund", Hermann Giesler's "Ein anderer Hitler", Heinrich Hoffmann's "Hitler wie ich ihn sah", Otto Wagener's "Hitler aus nächster Nähe", Friedrich Christian zu Schaumburg-Lippe's "War Hitler ein Diktator?", etc.) The only biographies about Adolf Hitler written by historians that I have read so far are the biographies of Ian Kershaw and Joachim Fest (when I still believed in the "Holocaust" lie and the evil anti-Nationalsocialist/anti-German propaganda) and David Irving's "Hitler's War" and "Führer und Reichskanzler. Adolf Hitler 1933–1945".


If you read German, there are many great German books worth reading. I have compiled a folder of as many Third Reich books, and some revisionist books written in German here: https://mega.nz/folder/eD4lQT5T#7KoLnv9BZElrwef7Of_C4g

Also, I made a very rough German booklist:

https://mega.nz/file/7So3FQaT#8Cpf7zu6y-QUOIJJy-qSvH3CkKELJ8Dg17ishMOWD_U if you download the image and zoom in you should be able to read the titles clearly. It's a very large image.

sfivdf21 wrote:About John Toland, I know him very few (I only know about him that he is generally considered one of the best historians of World War II) but I see that you know Toland quite well so I need to ask you some questions about him. I have readed that Toland supported the revisionist work of the IHR (http://www.revisionists.com/revisionists/toland.html), its true? Is John Toland a Holocaust Revisionist?
You say that Toland's biography about Adolf Hitler is quite objective (which is appreciated) so I will read it. But you also say that despite this, his biography about Hitler have some silly moments and isn't always right on some things, at what points exactly?


No, John Toland isn't a Holocaust Revisionist. He spoke at the IHR regarding history in general, what he called "Living History" (http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v11/v11p--5_Toland.html). He was only really an objective Hitler biographer and Pearl Harbour revisionist.

The silly parts in his book are pretty obvious when you read it, as they stand out like an Island in the middle of an ocean. It's quite jarring to read his objective style only to be broken by some silly comment about how Hitler suffered flatulence for example. This comment was made by Toland only once (page 275) and not backed up by a source. Toland claims (Page 955) that it was made under the interrogation of Crown Prince Frederick Wilhelm of Prussia, but deleted from the stenographic text "at his request, but noted in prefatory remarks". He doesn't cite a source for this, and it sounds more like a comment relegated to the realm of slanderous fiction than historical reality. This story, referred to by Toland, I've not read before. Considering it was taken out of the record, shows me that Frederick Wilhelm didn't think so highly of his dubious remark.

There are other things too, particularly his case dealing with Jews, he just tows the line.

On a very positive note, regarding the outbreak of the war, one is left with the impression that Hitler is not to blame, but that there were circumstances which gradually built up beyond anyone's ability to control events or perceive them. That war came at the behest of everyone, not least by Hitler whom felt as if he had suffered his worst blunder by the time the British and French declared war on September 3rd.

sfivdf21 wrote:I have also noticed that among the biographies about Adolf Hitler that you have there is one written by Stanley Payne. I didn't know that he had written a biography about the Führer. Stanley Payne a notorious American historian specialized about the history of Spain (especially about the history of the Second Republic, the Spanish Civil War and the Francoism) who has been bearly criticized by the Spanish leftists historians for his objective books that he writted about the Caudillo Francisco Franco, the Spanish Fascist movement of the Falange and its leader José Antonio Primo de Rivera. I hope that Payne is also objective with Adolf Hitler in his biography about him.


No, that Hitler biography wasn't written by Stanley G. Payne, it was written by Robert Payne. In any case, his biography isn't good whatsoever. It isn't even worth being read and nobody even cites it from what i've seen. Robert Payne wrote a great many biographies about a variety of historical figures, thus his careful prose is lacking. It's a classic case of quantity over quality.

I am aware of Stanley Payne's books and own quite a few of them, although even he in his "History of Fascism" is unable to be objective about National Socialism. At least from what I've read of that chapter.

sfivdf21 wrote:Are you sure that Stolfi's biography about Hitler is objective? Well, judging by the title of the book I have the impression that Stolfi say that Hitler was "evil and tyrant" (which its not true, Hitler is actually a German national hero and a true people's man, not a "dictator" or a "criminal") I'll read it anyway, just for the criticism of those miserable liars of Kershaw, Fest and Bullock, the Stolfi's book its worth reading.


Yes, I am 100% certain that he is objective. The book is titled "BEYOND Evil and Tyranny", he is not calling Hitler "evil" and "Tyrannical", he is in the book going "beyond" those labels and refuting them while also challenging the lying biographers. It's worth making the point that Kershaw, Fest and Bullock don't necessarily lie in regards to sources, but they lie in interpretation, or by omission. However it would be tough to actually discover if they've lied about documents, no doubt they have even if they've just misinterpreted documents. Whether they have done that on purpose or not is another question, as it could be reasonably assumed that they find the most negative interpretation to fit their preconceived agenda. After all, in Hitler biography, there is no other outcome allowed.

sfivdf21 wrote:Leon Degrelle is a fascinating historical personality. For me its always a pleasure to hear his testimony (whether in his memoirs, in his speeches, in his lectures, in his appearances in documentaries or in books about him) it will be a pleasure to read those books written by him about Adolf Hitler that you have mentioned to me. Its a pity that he could not finish his books about Hitler, because for me Leon Degrelle is undoubtedly one of the most loyal, brave and honest Nationalsocialist heroes that there was (along with Hans-Ulrich Rudel, Otto Ernst Remer, Joachim Peiper, Otto Skorzeny and Sepp Dietrich among many others) and he was never afraid to tell the truth, even in the hardest moments of his life. The writings of George Lincoln Rockwell's American Nazi Party that you showed to me also seem interesting, I will read them.


All the books which do exist by Degrelle are all fantastic, I couldn't recommend them enough! I agree with you, all of those people are National Socialist heros. I do wonder, what book did Sepp Dietrich write?


Thanks for this valious information, I will read it. I'm currently learning German, I still don't speak it fluently but well enough to make myself understood in a basic conversation and to read books in German (albeit slowly).
So if Toland isn't a Holocaust Revisionist, then why did he support the largest Holocaust Revisionist institution there is (perhaps he was a Holocaust Crypto-Revisionist)? So what was Toland's view about the "Holocaust"? ¿Was he a believer?
Well, then what a disappointment I have had with Stanley Payne, because he has a reputation for being a "politically incorrect" historian who is not afraid to tell the historical truth and to be objective in his books (because as I said before his rigorous works about Franco, the Falange and the Spanish Civil War earned him that fame).
Out of curiosity, what did Stanley Payne say about the Nationalsocialism in his book "History of Fascism"?
Thanks for your clarification on Stolfi's biography about Adolf Hitler, I will also read it. But I am convinced there is no doubt that Fest, Kershaw, and Bullock (also, as I understand it, Bullock is a fanatical opponent against the Holocaust Revisionism) are lying about Hitler purposely and wickedly, these three pseudo-historians are well known for their sickly hatred against Adolf Hitler, they hate the Führer but not profiting through him.
Sepp Dietrich did not write any book, but I have put him on this select list of prominent Nationalsocialist heroes because after his release he was a member of the HIAG (Waffen-SS Veterans Organization), remained a fervent Nationalsocialist, and remained loyal to the memory and legacy of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. Unfortunately after the war not all Germans who had supported Hitler and the Nationalsocialist regime remained loyal to his beliefs and also were Germans who renounced themselves to their past (for example Albert Speer and Baldur von Schirach), so there were traitors and loyalists. Just a month ago I published in this forum a thread to debate the attitude who had the most of the Germans who supported Hitler in the postwar decades, whether if the most of them remained loyal to his memory or whether if the most of them distanced themselves and renounced on their Nationalsocialist convictions (here I leave you the link of my thread in case you are interested in participating, I recommend reading it is very interesting: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=13261)


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