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Unexpected and original * Richard Overy * A document of importance, which will from now on take its place in the sources for Hitler's life * Ian Kershaw, author of Hitler: Hubris and Nemesis * 'A fascinating view of two tyrants at war for control of greater Europe' * South China Morning Post * An astonishingly intimate portrait of the dictator * The Times * 'Admirably readable' * Literary Review, Evan Mawdsley * Fascinating . . . Captivating ... Full of curious snapshots of a man whose private persona has been shrouded in mystery * Guardian * 'Fascinating' * Simon Sebag-Montefiore * 'An amazing insight into Hitler's personal world . . . An extraordinary historical document . . . Something of a publishing event' * Bookseller * A groundbreaking historical document . . . A remarkable insight into Hitler's daily life . . . and one of the most authentic sources of information on the history of the Third Reich * Daily Telegraph * The portrait that emerges is far more complex than the conventional one-dimensional picture of a monster * Sunday Times * A unique insight into Hitler's life * Publishing News *Reseña del editor:
On breaking open the Berlin Bunker on 2 May 1945, Soviet troops captured two of Adolf Hitler's closest associates: his personal valet, Heinz Linge, and his SS adjutant, Otto Guensche. The two men had just disposed of the bodies of Hitler and Eva Braun. On Stalin's orders they were questioned for two years, to produce this astonishing fly-on-the wall account of all they saw in Hitler's headquarters, where they had worked since 1933. It has been held in top-level Russian archives since 1949. The book contains remarkable insight into Hitler's daily life before and during the Second World War. Chilling, revealing and compellingly readable, it is one of the most authentic sources of information in existence on the history of the Third Reich, unique in the circumstances of its compilation and its closeness in time to the events described.
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Descripción John Murray, 2006. Condición: New. book. Nº de ref. del artículo: M0719554993