The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler

By James Cross Giblin

Giblin poses and answers three questions in this compelling, accessible account of Hitler, his world, and his legacy. What sort of man could plan and carry out such horrendous schemes, how did he win support for his deadly ventures, and why did no one stop him until it was almost too late?

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