Hitler An Illustrated Life is a definitive and concise biography of the most famous dictator of the twentieth century....
|Title||:||Hitler: An Illustrated Life|
|Number of Pages||:||176 Pages|
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Hitler: An Illustrated Life Reviews
The book commences with a brief coverage of the subject's early years with barely a few lines on his participation in WW1. But from there it gets serious and covers Hitler's layabout life with a desire for the arts until he eases into his fanatical, hard hitting style of politics that cost the world so dearly. The question is often asked, how could this have happened? The book clearly answers how a race of clever people came to not only follow him but grant him the extraordinary power that enabled him to pursue his misguided, selfish and brutal life.Germany's part in the war is covered lightly, more facts and figures would have enhanced the book. Clearly, Hitler was a leader of leaders, a quality due largely to his communication skills.Robin Cross also gives the feeling that he supports the opinion of many, the Allies did not win the war, Hitler lost it.
I picked this up off my in-laws coffee table and couldn't put it down. I didn't know very much about Hitler's early history or his rise to power. This book answered helped provide part of the answer to the questions, "How could this happen?" and "How could this man become so powerful?"