One of the most suppressed English-language books ever to emerge
from Germany: the 1938 authorized biography of Adolf Hitler. The
author interviewed Hitler's old school friends, army colleagues,
landlords, his jailer, and early party comrades to provide an
unprecedented insight into the German leader's background and
prewar policies. Included are vivid and unique descriptions of
Hitler at school, his First World War battlefield experiences,
early politics, the amazing truth behind the November 9th Putsch,
Hitler in prison, and the struggle to power from 1926 to 1933. This
book was the foremost Hitler myth-buster of its day, and is full of
personal and political insights. Read about the handicapped child
who was amazed to find the Reichschancellor personally deliver his
Christmas present; how Hitler always refused to take his salary and
instead ordered the state treasury to divert it to poor relief
work, and of the massive social reforms which boosted German living
standards to the best in Europe.
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