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Young Hitler: The Making of the Fuhrer

9781784162726
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'A concise study of one of the most fascinating and evil men in history... Essential for anyone interested in military history' - Soldier
Millions of words have been spent and misspent on Adolf Hitler. But there remains one aspect as yet insufficiently explored: the impact of the First World War on the man who would go on to indelibly shape the Second.
Hitler fought at First Ypres and he saw something on the battlefields that eluded his fellow soldiers, something that would become the cornerstone of his later life. He saw this war as heroic, noble and natural – the last act of the fittest in the great drama of the human race.
Where did it all start? This is the story of how Hitler became the Fuhrer.
Cover:
Paperback
Edition Number:
1
ISBN:
9781784162726
Pages:
432
Author:
Ham Paul
Publisher:
BLACK SWAN
Release Year:
2019

Paul Ham is the author of the critically acclaimed Sandakan, Hiroshima Nagasaki, Vietnam: The Australian War, Kokoda and 1914: The Year the World Ended. A former correspondent for the Sunday Times (between 1998-2012), Paul was born in Sydney and educated in Australia and Britain, where he completed a Masters degree in Economic History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He now writes history full-time, and lives in Sydney and Paris.

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