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So far, it's a very good book, well written, and good reading.
William L. Shirer's classic "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" is the most complete single volume account of the history of Nazi Germany ever written.
William Shirer provides a detailed book sure to fill the needs of any historian or person that is interested in this period of time.
In a world that wishes to forget, this book really should be mandatory for every member of a free society.Published 2 days ago by Alan Werzberger MD
My husband read this book. I just finished it and could not hardly put it down. Such an interesting book as it goes back in Hitler's childhood and what might have made him the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Barbara Hoffmann
Comprehensive, detailed history of Hitler's rise to power and how just a little resistance by the major western powers could have stopped him and changed the course of history. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gerry McD
This book gives us a close look at what can happen, and at the kind of people who can make it happen, many of which exist today. Read morePublished 7 days ago by C E Boutwell
Very in depth read It takes courage to read the whole thing. Excellent reference source. The last 300 hundred or so pages are one of the best information on WWII I have found.Published 7 days ago by Alice R. Kemper
great detailed non fiction account of the circumstances leading up to world war 2 and the ultimate fall of the NazisPublished 7 days ago by Jennifer L. Eccles
More than just a historical account of WWII. Written by a journalist with first-hand knowledge of many of the people and events he is writing about.Published 7 days ago by Mary Hess