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Hitler's WarUsing Information Gleaned From German Military Records And Archives, As Well As From The Unpublished Diaries, Notes And Correspondence Of The Reich S Top Ministers, Noted Historian David Irving Explores The Strategies, Objectives And Execution Of Hitler S War From The Breathtaking And Often Surprising Perspective Of Adolf Hitler Himself This Shocking, Controversial Best Seller Stunned The European Continent With Its Startling Revelations About Germany S Ultimate Dictator It Is Unique Among Biographies In Its Method Of Describing An Event WWII As Through The Eyes Of One Of The Dictators Himself What Hitler Did Not Order, Or Did Not Learn, Does Not Figure In This Book, Explains The Author The Narrative Of Events Unfolds In The Precise Sequence That Hitler Himself Became Involved In Them For Instance, The First That The Reader Knows Of A Plot Against Hitler S Life Is When Count Von Stauffenberg S Bomb Explodes Beneath The Table At The Fuehrer S Headquarters It Is An Unusual Technique, But It Works The Book Sold 25,000 Copies In Its First UK Hardback Edition, And It Was Often Reprinted Macmillan, Ltd And Translated It Became An Approved Reference Work At West Point And Sandhurst, And It Figures Prominently In University Libraries Around The World, Because It Quotes Documents That Other Historians Have Failed To Find In 1991 Focal Point, An Imprint Founded In 1980, Published A New Deluxe Edition, Updated And Including The War Path, The Narrative Of Hitler S Prewar Years Mr Irving S Other Publications Had By Then Come Under A Systematic Campaign Of Attack In July 1992, On The Day After He Returned From Moscow Bringing The Unpublished Goebbels Diaries From The Former Soviet Archives, Macmillan S Capitulated And Secretly Ordered All Stocks Of His Books Burned Libraries Came Under Pressure To Pull His Books From Their Shelves Italian, French, Spanish And Scandinavian Publishers Were Prevailed Upon Not To Release Their Editions Of The Book The 1991 Focal Point Edition Incorporated All The Latest Archival Finds, Including The Diaries Of Hermann Goering And Hitler S Notorious Doctor Morell, And For The First Time Dramatic Color Photographs Taken By Hitler S Cameraman Walter Frentz This New Edition Is Further Updated With Evidence Including The Long Lost Gestapo Interrogations Of Rudolf Hess S Staff, Now In Private Hands, And Signals Intercepted By British Codebreakers HB, Beautifully And Extensively Illustrated, 1024 Pages

<PDF / Epub> ☉ Hitler's War Author David Irving –
  • Hardcover
  • 1032 pages
  • Hitler's War
  • David Irving
  • English
  • 14 February 2018
  • 9781872197104

    10 thoughts on “ ☉ Hitler's War Author David Irving –

  1. says:

    You will not find a detailed account on Hitler s decisions towards and during the war You just cannot, since Mr Irving s knowledge the book has an insane amount of sources, most of them primary is beyond what other historians can aim for His ability to get in touch with important survivors of the Third Reich many of whom would reject ot...

  2. says:

    I had heard much lamentation about David Irving being a Holocaust denier, and about extreme bias in this book, which only made me want to read it At over 800 pages, it s no easy read, but if you re a fan of historical works, you ll probably enjoy it.I did not see any favoritism showed towards Hitler or anyone else in Nazi Germany Perhaps the reason this book was lambasted was because he didn t take an overtly negative tone the book is written from a neutral point, not critical, nor praising It does give a lot insight into the inner workings of that era and I think in that regard it was well done.In regards to the Holocaust, I don t see his coverage of it as making light of it or dismissing it rather, he shows that what went down was not apparently from Hitler s orders, but from his indifference to it, or his lack of concern that orders were being followed Irving places the blame of the Holocaust firmly on Himmler and his people, who seemed to keep what was happen...

  3. says:

    Gordon Craig called this the best study we have of the German side of the Second World War When Maybe other scholarship has surpassed it But Richard J Evans finds it highly flawed Quoting directly from Ian Buruma s New Yorker article 4 16 2001 He shows how Irving hid some of the worst statements about the Jews in footnotes, or mistranslated the German to make them sound almost innocuous Facts were invented, such as fifty thousand Jews having fought in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.And historical documents were edited to distort the facts Irving quoted Goebbels diary of March, 1942, as evidence that Hitler was kept in the dark about the killings in Auschwitz and Treblinka According to Irving, Goebbels wrote about the extermination program on March 27th, but evidently held his tongue when he met Hitler two days later In fact, as Evans shows, Goebbels did not m...

  4. says:

    Undoubtedly David Irving s best book Don t be dissuaded from reading by Irving s reputation, because this book should be considered gospel on Hitler and World War II, an absolute masterpiece Irving s research process involved going through, day by day, and logging the actions of Adolf Hitler, as told from official German documents and Hitler s closest confidants, whom he interviewed The book is marvelous, but the story of how this monstrous historical narrative was written is just as exciting ...

  5. says:

    A totally unique book, theres noone else like this one, chronicles ww2 via, mostly, documents from the archives many just recently found , and its also unique in its way its written, it simply states what the author find...

  6. says:

    Es gab seinerzeit viel L rm um diesen aberwitzigen Versuch aus der Perspektive des GR FAZ eine Geschichte des zweiten Weltkriegs zu schreiben, vor allem wegen der dahinter verborgenen Absicht zu beweisen, dass der F hrer als Feldherr nichts von der Massenvernichtung der Juden mitbekommen konnte Irving konzediert nur eine Gelegenheit bei der Hitler vielleicht was davon h tte erfahren k nnen, was Himmler und Co da hinter seinem R cken mit den Juden angestellt haben.Abgesehen von diesem Versuch einer Mohrenw sche, zu dem sich jeder seinen Teil denken kann, geht Irving gar nicht so respektvoll mit seinem Gegenstand um, es gab schon nettere oder menschlichere und auch brillantere Hitlers, aber keine Darstellung ist auch nur ann hernd so langweilig Wenn man so will, dann war das David Irvings gewichtigster Beitrag zur Phase des schwachen DiktatorsZugegeben, so mancher Meinungsf hrer war noch hei von ...

  7. says:

    Although the book has 800 pages, the book only focuses on the key political and military aspects of Hitler s reign 1933 1945 One actually revives the dilemmas the former chancellor faced along the way It is striking that m...

  8. says:

    There are those who believe what they have been told There are those who go with the flow There are those who contemplate And then there are those who like to question and reason The early 20th century witnessed the rise of the Nazi regime which proliferated throughout the 20 s and 30 s until it wreaked havoc on the world, wiping away a major c...

  9. says:

    Although Irving went off the rails later in his career, that should detract in no way from this, his magnum opus Beginning with the start of the Second World War, Irving takes the reader inside Hitler s command and his inner circle and chronicles how he fought the war The book is meticulously researched and showcases the author s great writing style that draws the reader into the text As the book is written from...

  10. says:

    Hay autores que trascienden su obra, pero aqu se tiende a hablar de libros.G nero Biograf a.Lo que nos cuenta Primer libro de una biograf a en dos partes sobre Adolf Hitler, que narra los sucesos desde el atardecer del 3 de septiembre de 1939 hasta las tres y cuarto de la tarde d...

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