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Adolf Hitler: The Curious and Macabre Anecdotes

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This book is a masterly assessment of Adolph Hitler's life, career, and beliefs, drawn not only from the subject's personal writings and speeches, but also from accounts of those who knew him, loved him, and loathed him.

Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 15th 2013 by Fonthill Media (first published October 16th 2012)
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British author Patrick Delaforce's book offers up more than 300 anecdotal reminiscences of the most influential and most evil man of the 20th Century. Taken together, they furnish a fascinating, you-are-there glimpse into the life and times of a lowly Austrian misfit who transformed himself into the absolute ruler of the most evil empire on earth. Dozens of people who knew, loved, hated, worshipped and/or worked under Hitler are featured, the mixture of accounts and viewpoints creating a multi-d

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