Hitler's War by Mark Jones
The Story Of A False Messiah

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His name and image are synonymous with tyranny, brutally and a chapter in human history which, though painful to remember, should never be forgotten. Hitler’s War is the fully illustrated story of how an unremarkable boy from Austria rose to become the most powerful leader in the world, indelibly scaring the global landscape as he went. Examining Hitler’s childhood, early military career and his rise and fall as Germany’s Fuhrer, this book is a fascinating insight into the makings of a monster.


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Published March 30, 2011 by Pegasus Entertainment. 146 pages
Genres: History.

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But there’s also ample evidence to the contrary – Jewish shops and businesses defamed, Jewish rights curtailed a bit more every day, Jewish houses and property confiscated and then redistributed, often at well-attended public auctions, and large numbers of Jewish people – Germans, Berliners – mov...

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