Table of contents for Crossing Hitler : the man who put the Nazis on the witness stand / Benjamin Carter Hett.

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Table of Contents
Prologue: Summoning Hitler
Part I: The Whole Person
The Litten Court
The Black Mob
The Grizzly, the Camel and the Seal-Bear
You Must Change Your Life
Litten & Barbasch
May Day
Part II: Crossing Hitler
The Witness
Political Soldiers
The Eden Dance Palace
?Murder-Storm 33?
Roll Commandos
The Oath
A Snag with Hitler
Verdicts
The Double Edge of the Deed
B?low Square
Richard Street
They Know What They Do
Underground Influences
Felseneck
?A Dangerous Irritant in the Administration of Justice?
Expelled
Threats
Part III: Toward Dachau
The Reichstag Burns
Sonnenburg
?Coordination?
Spandau
Diels? List
?I must burden you with my suicide?
Means of Escape
Madonna in the Rose Bower
Long Knives
The F?hrer?s Clemency
Thoughts are Free
The Jew Block
Isolation
Lord Allen
Passion
News
Epilogue: ?And Only Where There Are Graves Are There Resurrections?
Appendix: Hans Litten?s Cross-Examination of Adolf Hitler, May 8, 1931
A Note on Sources
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index (TK)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Litten, Hans, 1903-1938.
Lawyers -- Germany -- Biography.
Anti-Nazi movement -- Biography.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Political participation -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Germany.