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A rogues gallery of social misfits formed the Nazis' inner cirlce.

A rogues gallery of social misfits formed the Nazis' inner cirlce. They hated and conspired against each other, but were held together by their admiration for the Führer, and step by step they dragged their nation towards the abyss. Drawing on a wide range of sources, author Paul Roland unravels the web of diplomacy, deceit and double-dealing which Hitler spun to ensure the war he had always wanted.

A Short History of the World.

A Short History of the World.

Roland's illustrated history has some uncommon and worthy pictures in it, but it is a real book with over 100 pages of text. The first three fifths, pp. 1-116. Writing: 2; Use: . ; Truth: . -1. For a relatively short book on the topic of the history of the Nazi Party, which is essentially also a history of Adolph Hitler, this book packs a lot of facts and details including some new information that I hadn't read elsewhere.

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An interpretation of Adolf Hitler's rise and fall according to Mr. Roland.

Comments: (5)

Mikarr
The subtitle of this book, "The nightmare rise and fall of Adolph Hitler" more aptly conveys what Paul Roland's book is really about. It is more about Hitler than the Nazi movement itself, despite the fact the two are inseparable. The author gives many different opinions of Hitler and makes many assumptions about him that may or may not be accurate. But I found his ideas about Hitler riveting. His insights into Hitler's mind and personality are very interesting. Having written many other books on related and also different subjects, Roland is no doubt a very knowledgable writer. And he writes well. It is easy to understand what he is saying, whether the reader accepts what he says or not. His study of Hitler from his birth until his death is rather comprehensive. I would recommend the book more to readers who have read many books on Hitler than to those who have not read much on Hitler because much of what Roland says is debatable and the reader needs to already have a deep understanding of Hitler to be able to intelligently assess the allegations Roland makes about Hitler and the theories he advances about him. I would remiss in not indicating the book contains many pictures, several that have been depicted in other publications, but several I have never seen before.
elegant stranger
This is a relatively quick read covering the history of Hitler and the Nazis. The book does not go into too much detail but does touch upon the main events and characters, particularly Hitler. The coverage of Hitler tends to lean on the psychological side, with a lot of discussion related to what factors in Hitler's childhood or psyche caused him to feel and act in certain ways. This material is interesting but at times it seems speculative. The book picks up steam when the author describes the Nazis military advances on through to its defeat. What is truly fascinating is how disorganized and inefficiently Hitler thought when it came to military decisions as he would often give confusing and even contradictory orders. His military apparatus often had overlapping responsibilities which worked to stifle effective operations. His decisions were often intuitive and therefore often wrong. He seemed to have been lucky many times, including those when he survived assassination attempts. He surrounded himself not only with sycophants but also with people who were his intellectual and even physical inferiors. It's amazing that such an otherwise limited man not only rose to such heights but fooled and bested better men in the process. His was also ironic and tragic as he lambasted the German people, a people that initially idolized him as too weak to fit the bill of the Third Reich's mission. Finally, for a pictorial history this book does not have that many impressive or meaningful photos.
Pameala
I have been reading Paul Roland's book for the past few days and I think I have to stop myself. I am a Secondary History teacher and focus mainly on the World Wars and I believe the negative picture that Mr. Roland paints of Adolf Hitler is one based on unproven facts and assumptions. One example would be Mr. Roland's method of proving that Alois Schicklgruber (Hitler's Father) was not an alcoholic as Hitler had reported. Mr. Roland states that Alois was respected and highly ranked in the customs service which he served and made enough money to buy a nice house on a large plot of land, thus proving that Alois was not an alcoholic. I am not sure about the logic used to make such a large assumption.

Over and over I felt Mr. Roland twisting facts and making unsupported implications. I felt it was best to not allow myself to be subjected to his propaganda.
catterpillar
This book is full of wrong informations, the author is not a good author, I will not reccomend nobody to buy this book.
Modimeena
PROS: If you're looking for an introduction to Hitler from a psychological angle, this book is for you. The books opens with a case study of Hitler's personality, offers a diagnosis (malignant narcissist), and then uses this background to explain Hitler's choices. (As with most psychobiographies, some of these explanations are more persuasive than others.) The big plus is that the author is a professional freelance writer and so the text is clear and readable. The selection of photos is also very well done and support the text nicely.
CONS: If you think psychology is hogwash, then this is not the introductory text for you and you might as well skip the first three chapters. Personally, my only criticism is that the photos were often muddy and gray, with poor contrast. (I assume this is due to a cheap printing process.
SUMMING UP: I would recommend purchasing a used copy for better value.
The Illustrated History of the Nazis download epub
Europe
Author: Paul Roland
ISBN: 0785825029
Category: History
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Chartwell Books, Inc.; 1st edition (March 10, 2009)
Pages: 208 pages