The rise and fall of Adolf Hitler

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Random House, 1961 - Biography & Autobiography - 185 pages
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Chronicles the background, rise to power, rule, and downfall of Adolf Hitler.

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Review: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler (World Landmark Books #47)

User Review  - Shreekant - Goodreads

Read the Marathi version of it when i was a kid. had a weird effect on me... felt the world was evil. And after few months I got my hand on Gandhi's Experiment with Truth, and the world was beautiful ... Read full review

Review: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler (World Landmark Books #47)

User Review  - Deb Novack - Goodreads

Adolf Hitler was a dangerous megalomaniac, from the time of his youth he was violent and argumentative with his father.His book Mein Kampf was a blue print of what was to happen but no one took notice ... Read full review

Contents

Father and son
3
Hitler goes into politics
23
The Beer Hall Putsch
32
Copyright

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