"Between 1936 and 1945, German photographer Hugo Jaeger was granted unprecedented access to Adolf Hitler, traveling and chronicling, in color, the Fuhrer and his confidants at small gatherings, public events, and, quite often, in private moments. Here, and in several other galleries on LIFE, we present never-before-published and rare photographs from Jaeger's astonishing -- and chilling -- collection."
"A collection of Hitler's speeches set in a running commentary ... Millions of words have had to be eliminated, so as to retain only such speeches, or parts of speeches, as make a readable and instructive book
"A translation of the most important and characteristic laws and regulations ... also ... several other documents, including the program of the National socialist party, and selections from the speeches of Chancellor Hitler."