Synopses & Reviews
Based on original research in primary sources, this radical biography of Hitler is presented in a fresh, insightful style and reveals aspects of the dictators life that were previously unknown. It attempts to explain convincingly the origins of Hitlers anti-Semitism, demonstrates the crucial importance of art in Hitlers life and vision for the German people, provides a lucid and cogent analysis of the genesis of the Holocaust, and reveals the truth about the 1939 assassination attempt on Hitler. Thorough and engaging, this is a penetrating insight into the complex and twisted mind of Adolf Hitler.
About the Author
Michael Fitzgerald is a historian specializing in Germany between 1918 and 1945.