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Posted March 22, 2004
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This book is definitely written by an anti-Hitler author. So expect the usual lampooning and name-calling here. From birth to death, nothing Hitler ever done was right, according to the author. Hitler's triumphs and strengths are grudgingly recorded in the minimal of sentences. Whereas, Hither's mistakes and shortcomings are elaborated at great length. In the chapter 'Local triumphs', the author even criticizes Hitler's nostrils!! True, Hitler was not a good man. But to depict him as a larger-than-life, 100% pure evil monster certainly won't help the readers get any nearer to an understanding of this historical figure. In short, this book is not balanced,fair and objective. For a much more matured and professional biography, I recommend John Toland's 'Adolf Hitler'.
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