Crossing Hitler: The Man Who Put the Nazis on the Witness Stand

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Notes

PROLOGUE

1. Hans Litten, Beweisantrag, April 17, 1931, in LAB A Rep 358-02 Nr. 98, Stief und Genossen, Bd. 4, Bl. 41.

2. Hans Litten to his parents, May 7, 1931, in BA-BL NY 4011, Nachlaß Hans Litten, Bd. 4, Bl. 3.

3. Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, trans. Ralph Manheim (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1999), 215–16.

4. Max Fürst, Gefilte Fisch und wie es weiterging (Munich: DTV, 2004), 261– 62, 650; Marion Gra¨fin Dönhoff, “Der vergessene Opfergang: Eine Mutter ka¨mpfte gegen Hitler,” Die Zeit, December 5, 1986; Kurt Hiller, in the Sozialistische Warte, July 15, 1938, in BA-BL NY 4011, Nachlaß Hans Litten, Bd. 8 Artikel über Hans Litten 1937–1951, Bl. 40; A. E. Laurence (Alfred Lomnitz) to Oscar Winter, February 21, 1979, in DA 1066, Jüdische Ha¨ftlinge; Winterberger, Oscar, Berichte, Verschiedene.

5. Fürst, Gefilte Fisch, 486; Birute Stern, interview with the author, Stuttgart, March 24, 2005; Rudolf Olden, “Hans Litten,” in Irmgard Litten, Eine Mutter ka¨mpft gegen Hitler (Frankfurt/Main: Röderberg-Verlag, 1984), 5, 6.

6. Max Fürst to Irmgard Litten, n.d. (Spring/Summer 1939), in Institut für die Geschichte der deutschen Juden, Nachlaß Neheimer, Band I, Quellen; Fürst, Gefilte Fisch, 218–19, 288.

7. Fürst, Gefilte Fisch, 387; Eva Eichelbaum to Rüdiger Scheidges, March 1992, private collection of Gerhard Jungfer.

8. Patricia Litten, interview with the author, Nuremberg, June 26, 2006.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Prologue- Summoning Hitler 1
  • Part I - The Whole Person 11
  • Part II - Crossing Hitler 63
  • Part III - Toward Dachau 153
  • Epilogue - "Only Where There Are Graves Are There Resurrections" 247
  • Appendix - Hans Litten’s Cross-Examination of Adolf Hitler, May 8, 1931 263
  • A Note on Sources 277
  • Acknowledgments 283
  • Notes 287
  • Index 341
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