Answered By: Stephanie Weiss Last Updated: Sep 12, 2014 Views: 90
Search Strategies: Try OneSearch from the library's homepage and type hitler speeches. The 2 books mentioned below should be the first 2 results. You might also try a Google search using the same term plus the word "translated." While there are many results in Google, most - aside from archive.org - appear questionable and I would not rely on them as sources for academic work. Even the Wikipedia entry list of speeches offers the ebook below as its source.
From these searches, I found:
An ebook "The Complete Hitler : A Digital Desktop Reference to His Speeches and Proclamations, 1932-1945." From off campus, this resource is restricted to UNF students & staff. Log in (N# and password) if you are off campus. Community patrons are welcome to visit the library and use these resources on-site.
We also have this book on the shelf: "Speeches of Adolf Hitler : representative passages from the early speeches, 1922-1924, and other selections" edited by Norman H. Baynes. You'll find it on the 4th floor at call number DD247.H5 H495 2006.
I googled to see what might be available online and found the 1st book above also available through archive.org (a good place for history research): https://archive.org/details/TheCompleteHitler-SpeechesAndProclamations-MaxDomarus
Archive.org also has a collection of clips with English subtitles that might be useful. https://archive.org/details/ACollectionOfClipsFromVariousSpeechesByAdolfHitlerWithEnglish