Inside Hitlers Germany
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Inside Hitlers Germany

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There have been many histories of World War II and many analyses of the Third Reich, but few show what it was actually like to live under the Nazi regime. "Inside Hitler's Germany" attempts just that. Beginning with an examination of the early thirties, before the full horrors at the heart of the regime were evident, this extensively illustrated book looks at all aspects o...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published October 30th 2000 by Potomac Books (first published October 2000)
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Katie Rose
Matthew Hughes put together a wide variety of information about World War 2 in this magnificent book. I can find almost any information I want, or at least gather an idea of where to go from there. While I believe he should have explained certain words more, or described some people better in general, I LOVE how it has everything from rarely seen pictures of Hitler's father to direct quotes.
Hunter Bustamante
I don't usually enjoy books about war or history, but since this was European history and a required assignment for my Lit. class, I decided to read it. This, surprisingly, was a good book. I enjoyed the psychiatric look on the Nazi party's rise and fall. I would recommend this book to those reluctant to read about history, it might just change your mind about history books.
Push Nevahda
Hitler could've become one of the greatest revolutionaries of the 20th century had he not despised the Jews to such a genocidal degree. hatred ruined his legacy, and ultimately destroyed Germany. Im interested in Albert Speer's memoir, too.
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Dr Matthew Hughes was Senior Lecturer in Military and International History and Director of the Centre for Conflict Studies at the University of Salford. His publications include Allenby and British Strategy in the Middle East, 1917-19 (London: Frank Cass 1999).
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