With a Colonel Hossbach keeping official notes, Hitler spent four hours on 10 November 1937 outlining his plans for the coming war he planned to start to his senior military commanders. Only force could solve Germany’s problems, Hitler told them, and the sooner the better. After the meeting, the good Colonel summarized everything Hitler said in a memorandum — which someone forgot to destroy before Germany collapsed. Known in history as the Hossbach Memorandum, it trumps any notion that Hitler ever wanted peace.
Hitler Really Wanted War And Its All Written Down
About the Author: Charles McCain
Charles McCain is a Washington DC based freelance journalist and novelist. He is the author of "An Honorable German," a World War Two naval epic. You can read more of his work on his website: http://charlesmccain.com/