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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.
Very well researched and written. Captured German documents were used superbly to give the reader an in-depth look into the mind of those eyewitnesses.Published 18 hours ago by Neal Rodriguez
History is like eating an onion it burps and then it repeats on you.
We have to keep remembering what military anarchy does to a country and the world
Classic history of 20th Century world affairs, focusing on Germany and the prior Austro-Hungarian Empire, though focused, naturally on Germany of the 1930s. Read morePublished 1 day ago by william bird
Very good book about nazi germany, before the world started paying attention.Published 2 days ago by michael jay gamache
A gripping and horrifying story of absolute power gone mad. William L. Shirer uses plenty of documentation to take us behind the scenes of the Third Reich and is, in my view, as... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Hedgehog
Finished reading this book for the second time. It never ceases to surprise and captivate me because of the way it has been written and more importantly the subject.Published 4 days ago by Kanishka
Ok. Good and interesting based on when it was written. Drags on some. Historical context make it worth reading this book.Published 6 days ago by Emily Smith
This was the best written book about the Nazis I have ever read, awesome details. I recommend this book for all interested in the world war 2 era.Published 7 days ago by Thomas Beardslee