So, I started reading the David Irving classic masterpiece "Hitler's War" out loud while recording, and I'm here to share that result with you. Like the subject line says, this is not professional; especially during the reference, and awkward foreign (to me) name heavy introduction concerning Mr Irving's methodology, and reasoning, I have a difficult time reading straight through sans mistakes. However, I do speak clearly enough, that I believe some anons with little time to sit down with a book - or the lack of will to do so - can harvest some value from my effort. Indeed, for many anons, this may be the only way they will come to know the treasure trove of "real history" contained in the pages of "Hitler's War. Here are the first two parts I have recorded, imperfect but listenable. I hope you enjoy, as there will be more to come:
Mod edit: Here is the link to OP's full collection of audiobook recordings he's done and will do in the future.
And they're on archive.org too
Also, as the subject line alludes, this is not a thread about "Hitler's War". I want anyone with the will (and voice) to read aloud to do so, and share their recordings. Any books you think are severely lacking an audio form can have that form if only you start recording yourself. Help spread important information to the time constrained and illiterate. If you couldn't give less of a shit about them, well, reading aloud has personal benefits too, as you are much less likely to be distracted from the book you arPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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