Hitler's war

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Viking Press, 1977 - History - 926 pages
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The events of the war are related through Hitler's eyes from the Chancellery, Berchtesgarten, Rastenburg, and finally from the bunker, in a study based on ten years of firsthand research

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When I read this book in 2001, David Irving's activities had not yet led to the destruction of his reputation as a historian. This abridgement of his three books on the general topic of Adolf Hitler ... Read full review

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Irving is the author sued in Britain, for being a Holocaust Denier. Read full review

Contents

White
3
Overtures
24
Incidents
42
Copyright

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He is Associate Professor of Film & Television, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.

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