Military history

CHAPTER 6

 1. According to Heiden, Der Fuehrer, p. 433.

 2. Heiden, History of National Socialism, p. 166.

 3. Goebbels, Kaiserhof, pp. 19–20.

 4Ibid., pp. 80–81.

 5. Wheeler-Bennett, Nemesis, p. 243.

 6. The above quotes are from Goebbels, Kaiserhof, pp. 81–104.

 7. François-Poncet, op. cit., p. 23.

 8. Franz von Papen, Memoirs, p. 162.

 9NCA, Suppl. A, p. 508 (N.D. 3309–PS).

10. Hermann Rauschning, The Voice of Destruction.

11. Goebbels was not caught napping this time, as he had been on August 13. He immediately gave the press the exchange of correspondence and it was published in the morning papers of Nov. 25. It is available in the Jahrbuch des Oeffen-lichen Rechts, Vol. 21, 1933–40.

12. Papen, op. cit., pp. 216–17.

13Ibid., p. 220.

14Ibid., p. 221.

15. François-Poncet, op. cit., p. 43. He says erroneously, “seventy days.”

16NCA, II, pp. 922–24.

17. Kurt von Schuschnigg, Farewell, Austria, pp. 165–66.

18. Meissner affidavit, NCA, Suppl. A, p. 511.

19. The Hammerstein memorandum, Wheeler-Bennett’s Nemesis, p. 280.

20Hitler’s Secret Conversations, p. 404.

21. Papen, op. cit., pp. 243–44.

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