Geliby S. Chesterfield
Against a background of war torn Germany recovering from a disastrous defeat in World War I, the many reasons for the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler are dramatized convincingly, including Hitler's scandalous
An exciting, historical murder story based on fact. "Geli," Hitler's only true love, was murdered and pronounced a suicide to cover up their scandalous affair.
Against a background of war torn Germany recovering from a disastrous defeat in World War I, the many reasons for the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler are dramatized convincingly, including Hitler's scandalous affair with his young half-niece, Angela "Geli" Raubal who committed suicide. Or was she murdered to cover up the fact that she was beginning to talk?
Goering, Goebbels, Hess, and Himmler are all well characterized to show their connections to the most powerful and evil man of the century. The intensive war time damage, the good and the bad in people, the twists and the surprising turns of fate are played out as a gigantic tragedy, when Hitler 'legally' commits his friends and supporters to death, as well as his millions of enemies.
Sergeant Strobel, an interesting character and Hitler's former superior, provides a creative outlook for the man who went from a Viennese street sweeper to the height of power. The mysterious end of Hitler, a very new and practical version transpires.
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This book tells of Hitler's early years when he struggled, often unsuccessfully, to take over Germany and most of Europe. It was a struggle he could have lost at any time. There is a tragic, incestuous, although at times, tender love affair with his half niece, 'Geli' which ends in her death in 1931. The truth of the matter is that 'Geli' was his first and probably only true love, incestuous as it was. Eva Braun came later. The major mystery is what killed her at such an early age? Was it suicide or murder? Why and by whom? There is a new and practical version of Hitler's death and word pictures of Berlin's downfall. I particularly appreciated the plot reversals that keep the reader guessing. The suspense is excellent. Hitler's gang, and their their characters and treachery to Hitler are colorfully described. Most people alive today cannot remember a live Adolf Hitler, yet he appears almost daily in the press and broadcast media. He remains an enigma. This book explains the post World War One problems Germany faced and is virtually a revue of how Hitler got started.