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Hitler The Path to PowerHe First World War and shows Hitler's formative years as political leader and public speake Charles Bracelen Flood presents this history of his subject's life with narrative style and plenty of detail We start in 1918 after Germany loses World War I and end in 1925 after Adolf Hitler's release from Landsberg Prison Several of the biographies I have read were first person accounts written by people who had personal relationships with their subject Flood writes in the third person allowing him a objective perspective This biography is worth a read if you are a Hitler scholar or doing research on the man the time or his country etc Plenty of historical facts here XO

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This account of Hitler's early years begins with Germany in the chaos of the aftermath of t An essential book in the development of my interests This is a popular history with generally solid research It covers the period from 1919 to 1924 essentially the beginning years of Hitler's involvement in politics with the Beer Hall Putsch as its climax and information about Hitler's trial for treason at the end This was the book that first informed me about the Bavarian Revolution after the First World War and also led me to many useful sources for German history It is written in an exciting style that will grip readers without academic backgrounds but is detailed enough and decently footnoted to serve as a springboard for research Probably the best book about the early Nazis I've seen

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FREE EBOOK î EPUB Hitler The Path to Power ä 9780395353127 Ò ❄ [KINDLE] ✽ Hitler The Path to Power By Charles Bracelen Flood ➝ – Horticulturetrader.co.uk This account of Hitler's early years begins with Germany in the chaos of the aftermath of the First World War and shows Hitler's foR It covers the rise of the Nazi party the writing of Mein Kampf and Hitler's march to powe This book covers the years from the end of WWI through 1924 when Hitler emerged from prison following the failed Beer Hall Putsch Although the book is able to provide a great deal of detail by focusing on a relatively short time period it does not provide much insight beyond what one would gain from reading any of a large number of books on Hitler Three stars