Hitler: The Path to Power

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Houghton Mifflin, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 686 pages
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In this major new biography, the fascinating rise of Hitler from obscure lance corporal to deadly leader of the Third Reich is explored in meticulous detail. Rich historical context reveals Hitler like never before. 16 photos.

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Hitler, the path to power

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This well-written popular narrative resembles John Toland's Adolf Hitler ( LJ 8/76) in focusing on events rather than analysis. Its more limited scope enables Flood to integrate a lucid discussion of ... Read full review

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This is probably the best non-fiction book I've ever read. It reads like a novel, is gripping, and tells in detail a part of history that anyone who is curious about the origins of WW2 (and everyone should be curious about that) should know. Highly reccomended. Read full review

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Charles Bracelen Flood is the author of "Lee: The Last Years; Hitler: The Path to Power"; and "Rise, and Fight Again: Perilous Times Along the Road to Independence," winner of an American Revolution Round Table Award. He lives with his wife on a farm in Richmond, Kentucky.

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