Hitler and Geli by Ronald Hayman

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Few people know of the affair Adolf Hitler had with his niece, Geli Raubal. The couple shared a strangely intense, passionate relationship, but it was always dogged by Hitler's intolerance, his chauvinistic attitude to womanhood and his possessive jealousy.

In 1931, aged 23, Geli Raubal was found dead in the Munich flat she shared with Hitler, his revolver on the floor and an unfinished letter on the table. Hitler was shattered by his niece's death, and for the rest of his life couldn't speak of her without becoming emotional.

Hitler & Geli is the remarkable and little-known story of the most important relationship in Hitler's life.

About Ronald Hayman

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Ronald Hayman is a celebrated playwright, and biographer of Nietzsche, Brecht, Sylvia Plath and Thomas Mann.
Published February 19, 1998 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 251 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Travel. Non-fiction

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Hayman, respected British biographer of Sartre, Brecht, Kafka, Beckett and Sylvia Plath, has produced an intriguing albeit speculative psychobiography of Hitler that links the Fuhrer's warped sexualit

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Its immediate focus is Hitler's passionate relationship with his niece, Geli Raubal, found dead from a gunshot wound in 1931, at age 23, in the Munich apartment she shared with Hitler.

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