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Published by Hamlyn Paperbacks in Feltham .
Written in English


  • Hitler, Adolf, -- 1889-1945.,
  • Heads of state -- Germany -- Biography.

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Edition Notes

StatementGlenn B. Infield.
LC ClassificationsDD247.H5 I543, DD247H5 I543 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 285 p., [4] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22412994M
ISBN 100812826744

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The book speculates about Hitler's experiences in Vienna with young friends, his adult relationships with (among others) Röhm, Hanfstaengl, and Emil Maurice, and includes a study of the Mend Protocol, a series of allegations made to the Munich Police in the early s by Hans Mend, who served with Hitler during World War I. Conspiracy theories regarding the death of Hitler are legion. Tales about his escape from a German bunker began cropping up just a few hours after his supposed death on Ap Now a new. A new book, The Peculiar Sex Life of Adolf Hitler, has been released in early that sheds some light on the controversial and peculiar sex life of Hitler in detail. Hitler had a fixation with his mother during his early years, and then had an extremely long homosexual phase, and by the end of his life, he had turned into a heterosexual. I recommend this book solely because of other, little-known, facts it contains regarding Hitler's personal life and actions. In particular, Chapter 2 stands out because it reveals the truth as to where and how Hitler acquired the considerable funds, at the beginning of the Great Depression, to fuel the rise to power of the Nazi party/5(2).