1. Kershaw, p. 20. Toland, p. 20.
2. Kershaw, p. 20. Toland, p. 21.
3. Kershaw, p. 21. Toland, p. 21.
4. Toland, p. 26.
5. Kershaw, p. 22. Toland, pp. 24-25.
6. Kershaw, pp. 20-21.
7. Kershaw, p. 609.
8. Payne (who never seemed to encounter a source he didn't embrace), on pp. 48-52, while defending Kubizek against the attacks of Jetzinger, nevertheless acknowledges that it was Jetzinger's research that confirmed that this seemingly unlikely story was true.
9. Kershaw, on p. 22, says it is "unknown" with whom Hitler stayed. All other sources assume that he bunked with the Prinz's. Bullock, p 30. Payne, p. 53-54. Toland, p. 22.
10. Payne, p 54. Toland, p. 22.
11. Payne, p 54. Toland, pp. 22-23.
12. Payne, p 55.
13. On May 5, 1945, a 23 man Allied patrol on a mission to examine a bridge across the river Gusen will, while passing through St. Georgen, inadvertently enter as liberators into the local, and previously unknown concentration camps of Gusen (housing mostly Polish prisoners), Gusen II, and the infamous Mauthausen.
14. Kershaw, p. 20. Toland, p. 24.
15. Payne, p. 55.
16. Kershaw, p. 26. Toland, p. 26.
17. Kershaw, pp. 21-22, 610. Payne, p. 53. Toland, p. 23.
18. Payne, p. 53.
19. Payne, pp. 55-56. Toland, p. 24.
20. Payne, p. 55-56. Toland, p. 24.
21. Payne, p. 56.
22. Toland, p. 24.
23. Payne, p. 56-57. Toland, p. 24.
24. Toland, p. 24.
26. Payne, p. 57. Toland, p. 26.
27. Toland, p. 26.
28. Payne, p. 57.
29. Kershaw, pp.23, 611. Payne, p. 57. Toland, on p. 26, contrarily and mistakenly claims that Adolf "was allowed to withdraw his patrimony, some seven hundred kronen, from the Mortgage Bank of Upper Austria" to finance his studies in Vienna.
30. Payne, p. 57, and Toland, p. 27, both follow Kubizek--who was somehow mistaken--in identifying Frau Zakreys as Polish.
31. Kershaw, pp.23-24. Bullock, p 30. Payne, pp. 57-58.
32. Kershaw, p. 611.
34. Payne, p. 58.
36. Kershaw, p. 24. Toland, p 26
37. Toland, p. 27-28.
38. Payne, p. 56.
40. Kershaw, p. 23. Toland, p. 28.
41. Toland, p. 28.
42. Payne, p. 58. Toland, pp. 28-29.
43. Kershaw, p. 24. Payne, p. 58. Toland, pp. 28-29.
44. Kershaw, p. 612. Payne, p. 58. Toland, p. 29.
45. Bullock, on page 31, incorrectly--and contrary to all other sources--claims that Adolf did not return to Linz from Vienna until "after her (Klara's) death...in time for the funeral." Payne, p. 58. Toland, p. 30.
46. Kershaw, p. 25.
47. Payne, p. 58.
48. Kershaw, p. 612. Payne, p. 58.
49. From Heinrich Himmler's Speech at Poznan, October 4, 1943: "It is one of those things which is easy to say. 'The Jewish race is to be exterminated,' says every party member. 'That's clear, it's part of our program, elimination of the Jews, extermination, right, we'll do it.' And then they all come along, the eighty million good Germans, and each one has his decent Jew. Of course the others are swine, but this one is a first-class Jew. Of all those who talk like this, not one has watched, not one has stood up to it."
50. Kershaw, p. 26. Toland, p. 32.
51. Payne, p. 58. Toland, p. 30-31.
52. Toland, p. 31.
53. Toland, p. 32.
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