This masterful biography by one of Germany's best known journalists was the leading nonfiction bestseller in Germany. Fest shows Hitler as the receptacle of the dreads and resentments of a shaken social order, gifted with an uncanny instinct for all that was hollow behind the appearance of power, at home and abroad. Though a warped human being, he was neither clown nor puppet, as many liked to think; Hitler appears here as an enormously astute politician, impressing and hypnotizing Germans and foreigners alike with the scope of his projects and the theatricality of their presentation. In the last analysis, however, Fest uncovers in Hitler a constantly destructive personality, which aimed at and achieved destruction on an unprecedented scale, not least because an insecure world gave him his opportunities.
Click the Download button to download a copy of the MARC file.
Enter your FTP details below to send the MARC export file via FTP.
by John Pollock
by Samuel Eliot Morison
by Robert Southey
by H.M. Tomlinson
by Joseph H. Alexander, Don Horan, Norman C. Stahl
by C. Brian Kelly, Ingrid Smyer
by Stephen R. Lawhead
by Bernard Cornwell
by Sir Walter Scott
by Honore de Balzac
by Michael Frayn
by John Buchan
Sign up for our email newsletter