Adolf Hitler - My Fake Diary
Sunday, 26 August 2012
I found out today when haunting in the British military archives:
My former chief aide Fritz Wiedemann - the man who recommended me for the Iron Cross and who became a father figure to me - urged British intelligence "to strike as hard as possible" against me after I defeated France in 1940.
The fact that Wiedemann was entirely against me was up until now, unknown to me!
Wiedemann was a fervent supporter of mine in the early years following defeat in 1918 but apparently grew disillusioned with Nazism as time went on.
No wonder he's kept out of my was up here in heaven!
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