Introduction Chapter 1. Hitler's Split Image of America Chapter 2. Hitler Takes Risks and America Legislates Itself into Neutrality: 1933-1937 Chapter 3. Hitler's Year: 1938 Chapter 4. Hitler's War against the West: 1939-1941 Chapter 5. The World Will Hold Its Breath: 1941 Chapter 6. The Tide of War Shifts in Favor of Hitler's Opponents Chapter 7. Prospects for a Separate Peace in 1943 Chapter 8. Hitler and the "Unnatural Alliance": 1944-1945 Chapter 9. "This War against America Is a Tragedy" Conclusion: Hitler and the End of a Greater Reich Notes Bibliography Index Acknowledgments
Klaus P. Fischer is Professor of History and Philosophy at Allan Hancock College and the author of Nazi Germany: A New History and History of an Obsession: German Judeophobia and the Holocaust.
"Hitler and America is an extraordinary book, chock-full of evidence and significant details about the complexity (and in some ways, the duality) of Hitler's consideration of the United States."-John Lukacs, author of The Hitler of History