The military conferences that Hitler had twice daily with his staff, where he directed the war, were transcribed by stenographers from 1942 to 1945 in the bunker. These authentic documents are the only record kept by the Germans of their highest military decisions at the critical moment when the war turned against them.
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About the Author
Helmut Heiber is a contemporary historian working for the Institute for Contemporary History in Munich, where he lives.