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  • The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich

    An excellent and thorough treatise on Nazism. Detailed and well researched; highly readable.

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  • The rise and fall of the Third Reich

    An amazingly detailed account of the life of Hitler from his beginnings, to his rise as the dictator he became, and finally the rise and fall of his German Third Reich. It's a lengthy read, but never boring.

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  • An excellent overview of an insane society

    This book provides excellent details into the lives and motivations of the top figures of the Third Reich. Mr. Shirer was a reporter for both newspapers and radio in the early years of the Second World War, reporting from Germany until he left in late 1940 to avoid being arrested by the Gestapo. Much of what happens in the first parts of this book Shirer saw himself; other material came from volumes of captured German government papers. My only complaint is that Mr. Shirer takes a slight "victor writes the history" approach to his writing, implying that the German people as a whole were somehow defective or "gullible" while the western Allies were uniformly white knights - hardly a balanced view in a world which lives more in the realm of shades of gray.

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  • Long but worth the red

    Excellent source to really understand how many opportunities were missed to stop hitler

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  • Details

    The detail in this book is incredible. there’s the regular text itself and then the footnotes in each chapter. A very long book starting long before the First World War

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