The Hitler Book: The Secret Report by His Two Closest Aides
When Soviet troops broke open the Berlin bunker on 2 May 1945, they captured Hitler’s two closest aides. Stalin needed to know two things about his greatest enemy: how his mind worked and whether he was genuinely dead. Interrogated for two years, the aides gave Stalin an extraordinary fly-on-the-wall report revealing the innermost secrets of Hitler’s life. Until now kept under lock and key in Russia, this extraordinary, authentic document provides a chilling insight into the mind of a tyrant.
The Hitler Book was uncovered in Moscow by Matthias Uhl, who has studied history and political science in Germany and Russia. He works at the German Historical Institute in Moscow. With Henrik Eberle, an historian and journalist who teaches at the University of Halle, he has edited and annotated this edition. It includes a Forward by Richard Overy, Professor of History at the University of Exeter.
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