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The British historian Ian Kershaw wrote in the preface to his biography of Hitler: Goebbels began to keep a diary in October , shortly before his 27th birthday, while unemployed and living in his parents' home at Rheydt in the Ruhr region.
He had been given a diary as a present by Else Janke, a young woman of part-Jewish background with whom he had a turbulent but eventually unsuccessful relationship, and most of his early entries were about her.
His biographer Toby Thacker writes: According to biographer Peter Longerich , Goebbels' diary entries from late to early reflected the writings of a man who was isolated, preoccupied by "religious-philosophical" issues, and lacked a sense of direction. By July Goebbels was so enraptured by Hitler speaking on "racial issues", that he wrote: It must be experienced.
He is a genius. The natural, creative instrument of a fate determined by God. I am deeply moved.
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Goebbels then published an edited version of his diaries for the period of Hitler's rise to power in book form, under the title Vom Kaiserhof zur Reichskanzlei: The Kaiserhof was a Berlin hotel where Hitler stayed before he came to power. Although this book was propagandist in intent, it provides insight into the mentality of the Nazi leadership at the time of their accession to power.
By July the diaries had grown to fill twenty thick volumes, and Goebbels realised that they were too valuable a resource to risk their destruction in an air raid. He therefore moved them from his study in his Berlin home to the underground vaults of the Reichsbank in central Berlin.
Instead he dictated them to a stenographer , who later typed up corrected versions. He began each day's entry with a resume of the day's military and political news.
Thacker notes: By November it was evident to Goebbels that Germany was going to lose the war.
He wrote in his diary: