A fascinating and credible account of Hitler's meetings with heads of state. The only man in the room with Hitler and Neville Chamberlain. Gives an idea of how the Nazi leaders thought and felt and of Hitler's true beliefs and intentions when he dealt with foreign leaders. Tells how, after the fall of France, Hitler pondered leaving the British Empire alone, since he considered it to be a force for stability in the world. It's a pity that American leaders did not share this opinion after the fall of Germany.