1. Toland, p. 41.
2. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 49-50.
3. Hamann, p. 135.
4. Kubizek will claim that Hitler was indeed anti-Semitic at this time in the later published version of his memoirs, but in his earlier first draft, which is considered a more reliable document, he does not. The published version is padded with rephrasing of passages from Mein Kampf, and are considered suspect, especially in comparison to the more honest first draft.
5. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 52. Payne, p. 80.
6. Payne, p. 80. Toland, p. 42.
7. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 68.
8. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 52.
9. Hamann, p. 145-146.
10. Hamann, p. 146-147.
11. Payne, on page 80, identifies the Meidling hostel as the Asylum for the Shelterless (Obdachlosenasyl).
12. Fest, p. 45. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 52-53. Payne, p. 81.
13. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 53-54.
14. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 54. Toland, pg. 45.
15. Hamann, p. 157.
16. Hamann, p. 162.
17. Hamann, p. 170.
18. Hamann, p. 162.
19. Bullock, p. 34. Fest, pg. 53. Hamann, p. 162. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 55-56.
20. Hamann, p. 172.
21. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 56.
22. Payne, p. 87-88.
23. Hamann, p. 172.
24. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 56-57.
25. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 57. Toland, p. 51.
26. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 57.
27. Payne, p. 89.
28. Hamann, p. 178.
29. Hamann, p. 382.
30. Hamann, p. 383-384.
31. Hamann, p. 384.
32. Hamann, p. 190. Toland, pg. 53.
33. Hamann, p. 191.
34. Hamann, p. 191 and 396.
35. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 68.
36. Hamann, p. 396.
37. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 68.
38. Hamann, p. 398. Kershaw Vol. 1, p. 68.
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