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I am a 67 years old retired high school history teacher and have been studying Hitler and the Holocaust since reading Shirer's "Rise and Fall" when I was in the 6th grade... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Reader in the rain
Exhaustive, thorough, adds new insights into this most disturbing historical period.
Hitler's political genius masked somewhat his paranoid insanity when it came to... Read more
Overall, I enjoyed the book. Although, it was exhaustive to the point of boredom and I often found myself flipping through boring stuff rather quickly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by devil8ball
Very deeply researched, raises issues I had not previously considered. However, almost too verbose>Published 3 months ago by Don Carlile
Really captures the many factors. The author proposes that a dozen little factors lead to this disaster. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Clark
Evans claimed in the introduction that this book was for the layman; that simply isn't true. He has a habit of simply not supplying enough information at key moments: for example,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark Warren
This trilogy is amazing, and stands out from the rest of histories of the 3rd Reich: The author gives a clear and convincing account of not only the facts (some of them quite newly... Read morePublished 3 months ago by G. Gensbygel
It reminds me of what is happening now as the state becomes ever more powerful.Published 4 months ago by JGB