Hitler File:Essential Facts

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Hitler is one of the most talked-about individuals of the twentieth century. This biography of Hitler reveals that there is much more to the man than you may have suspected. It is illustrated with contemporary cartoons from before and during the Second World War.

ISBN: 9781843172444 Author: Delaforce, Patrick Publisher: MICHAEL O'MARA BOOKS Publication Date: 6th September 2007 Imprint: Michael O'Mara Books Limited Cover: Hardback Dewey: 943.086092 (edition:22) Pages: 192 Readership: / Code: Category: Subjects: , , , ,
Adolf Hitler is one of the most infamous men of the 20th century, and the legacy of his terrible crimes will live for centuries, but what do most people really know about him, beyond the scale of his atrocities? Many biographies are long and daunting, but The Hitler File is easily accessible and covers the life and actions of Hitler from birth right through to his death in 1945. What drove Hitler and his megalomania, and what brought about his, and Nazi Germany?s eventual downfall? At once fascinating, sobering, and far-reaching, Patrick Delaforce?s latest book roots out things that most readers won’t know about the Nazi dictator; including his Olympic rivalry with the British, his youth as church acolyte and choirboy, school reports and teacher?s opinions, his art phase, and his relationship with Eva Braun, the “bird in a gilded cage.”

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