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D History: General, and Regions Outside the Americas (Go to start of category)
DD Germany (Go to start of category)
DD247 .G6 I78 [Info] Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich, by David John Cawdell Irving (PDF with commentary at fpp.co.uk)
DD247.H37 I78 [Info] Hess: The Missing Years 1941-1945, by David John Cawdell Irving (zipped PDF at fpp.co.uk)
DD247 .H5 [Info] Was Hitler Really a Dictator? (in English and German), by Friedrich Christian Schaumburg-Lippe, trans. by Victor Diodon (HTML at wintersonnenwende.com)
DD247 H5 D37 1935 [Info] Lifting the Pall: Germany and Hitler in Their True Light (second revised edition; New York: Deutscher Weckruf und Beobachter, the National Organ of The League of the Friends of the New Germany, 1935), by R. C. Dasher (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD247 .H5 J28 1993 [Info] David Irving's Hitler: A Faulty History Dissected, by Eberhard Jäckel, trans. by H. David Kirk (HTML at Wayback Machine)
DD247 .H5 L29 [Info] A Psychological Analysis of Adolph Hitler: His Life and Legend (declassified OSS study (in slightly different editions)), by Walter C. Langer
DD247 .H5 L38 [Info] Hitler (New York: L. MacVaegh, The Dial Press, 1932), by Emil Lengyel (page images at HathiTrust)
DD247 .H5 W3 [Info] Hitler, Menace to Mankind (New York: Emerson Books, c1933), by Sidney Wallach (page images at HathiTrust)
DD247 .H6 A5 [Info] Mein Kampf (1925-1926; this English translation 1939), by Adolf Hitler, trans. by James Vincent Murphy (text in Russia and Australia; NO US ACCESS)
DD247 .R56 A3 1930 [Info] Die Geschichte eines Hochverräters (second edition, in German; Munich: F. Eher, 1930), by Ernst Röhm (page images in Germany; NO US ACCESS)
DD249 [Info] The German National Revolution: Major Events From Feb. 1 to May 15, 1933 (New York: Friends of New Germany, 1933), by Fritz Morstein Marx (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD249 .M3 [Info] Germany in Travail (Boston: Marshall Jones Co., 1922), by Otto Manthey-Zorn
DD251 .A7 [Info] Hitler's Reich: The First Phase (New York: Macmillan, 1933), by Hamilton Fish Armstrong (page images at HathiTrust)
DD253 .G378 [Info] Speeches on Germany (Friends of Europe publication #7; ca. 1933), by Austen Chamberlain (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD253 .H711 1935 [Info] Hitler Against the World, The World Against Hitler (New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935) (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD253 .J83 1922 [Info] Der Nationale Sozialismus, Seine Grundlagen, Sein Werdegang und Seine Ziele (in German; Munich: Deutscher volksverleg, dr. E. Boepple, c1922), by Rudolf Jung
DD253 .L345 [Info] The Rights of Man (c1940), by Harold J. Laski (HTML in Canada; NO US ACCESS)
DD253 .L535 [Info] German Fascism and the Workers (New York: Communist Party U.S.A. (Opposition), 1933), by Leo
DD253 .L564 [Info] The Underground Struggle in Germany (New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1938), by Evelyn Lend (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD253 .N37 [Info] Nazis Against the World: The Counter-Boycott is the Only Defensive Weapon Against Hitlerism's World-Threat to Civilization (New York: Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi Leage to Champion Human Rights, 1934), ed. by Samuel Untermyer (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD253 .P6 1934 [Info] The Hitler Decrees (second edition; Ann Arbor, MI: G. Wahr, 1934), by Germany and Adolf Hitler, ed. by James K. Pollock and Harlow James Heneman (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD253 .S286 1937 [Info] Youth Betrayed (New York: International Relief Association, ca. 1937), by M. B. Schnapper, contrib. by Ilse Traumann (multiple formats at archive.org)
DD253 .S724 [Info] Into the Darkness: Nazi Germany Today (1940), by Lothrop Stoddard (text in Australia; NO US ACCESS)
DD253 .U482 1943 [Info] National Socialism: Basic Principles, Their Application by the Nazi Party's Foreign Organization, and the Use of Germans Abroad for Nazi Aims (prepared in US State Department's European Affairs division; Washington: GPO, 1943), by Raymond E. Murphy, Francis Bowden Stevens, Howard Trivers, and Joseph Morgan Roland, contrib. by United States Department of State Division of European Affairs (page images at HathiTrust)
DD253.3 [Info] Worm in the Apple: German Traitors and Other Influences That Pushed the World Into War (in German (1952) and English (1997)), by Friedrich Lenz, trans. by Victor Diodon (HTML with commentary at wintersonnenwende.com)

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