Notes: Chapter Nine.

1. Payne p. 122. Kershaw p. 109 Note: All quotes from Mein Kampf in this page are from Mein Kampf Vol. 1, Chapters 8-9.

2. Payne p. 123. Kershaw p. 116. Flood p. 50. Note: Three years later Hitler will write that he had returned to Munich on December 18, but no doubt confused this date with that of his transfer to Traunstein.

3. Payne p. 123. Kershaw p. 116.

4. Fest p. 117.

5. Payne p. 123, 124. Kershaw p. 117.

6. Kershaw p. 117.

7. Toland p. 83.

8. Kershaw p. 118, 120.

9. Kershaw p. 116.

10. Payne p. 125, 126.

11. Payne p. 118.

12. Kershaw p. 118, 120.

13. Payne p. 126. Mein Kampf.

14. Payne p. 126. Mein Kampf.

15. Flood p. 56.

16. Payne p. 127.

17. Payne p. 127 Flood p. 57.

18. Payne p. 128. Kershaw P. 118 Note: Payne translates Vertrauensmann as "undercover agent", which is clearly incorrect. Vertrauensmann seems to translate as "Representative".

19. Flood p. 58.

20. Kershaw p. 122.

21. Payne p. 128. Kershaw p. 122. Toland p. 88.

22. Payne p. 128. Mien Kampf.

23. Toland p. 89.

24. Payne p. 129. Kershaw p. 123.

25. Flood p. 60.

26. Kershaw p. 122. Flood p. 63. Toland p. 90.

27. Fest p. 113.

28. Flood p. 63.

29. Payne p. 131. Kershaw p. 107, 124, 125. Bullock p. 64.

30. Toland p. 92.

31. Payne p. 134. Kershaw p. 126. Flood p. 65. Fest p. 117.

32. Payne p. 135. Kershaw p. 107, 126.

33. Payne p. 136. Toland p. 90.

34. Bullock p. 65. Payne p. 136.

35. Payne p. 137. Fest P. 118.

36. Kershaw p. 125. Flood p. 64. Toland p. 94.

37. The Gemlich Letter.

38. Payne p. 137-138. Flood p. 70. Toland p. 93.

39. Flood p. 72.

40. Flood p. 74.

41. Kershaw p. 127.

42. Payne p. 142. Kershaw p. 140. Flood p. 75. Toland p. 98.

43. Bullock p. 65 Payne p. 142. Mein Kampf. Kershaw p. 140.

44. Flood p. 76.


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