DEVIL'S DIARY The Record of Nazi Conspiracy and aggression - by John L. Stipp, published by The Antioch Press, Yellow Springs, Ohio 1955 - First edition.
An important publication assembling documentary material - letters, documents, and testimonies proving the Nazis' planned conquest of Europe. Beginning with the 1937 conference where Hitler outlined the war timetable and established Germany's conquest as national policy. Detailed documentation covering Germany's secret plans to conquer Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. Also the Nazis' plans to conquer Gibraltar and invade England, and the attack on Russia. The book is based on documents exposed at the Nuremberg trials published in the nine volumes of the US State Department on Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression and additional documents held by the US State Department. The book clearly and definitively refutes the revisionists' claims that Germany was dragged into WWII. The author shows when and how WWII in Europe was planned, and with great precision how the plans were executed - including when and how the decision was made to invade Poland.
XV, 236 p. Very good condition.