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Book Type: C

by Bernhard Frank

The topic of Hitler at the Obersalzberg is one that comes up over and over again, but until this book, very little was written. The author and former Waffen-SS military commander, provides a rare first hand account from 1943 to the end of the war, with a focus on the intrigues of the "grey eminence" Martin Bormann and his hatred against Hermann Goring; the successor designate of Adolf Hitler. The dramatic events on the Obersalzberg during the final day's of the war provide the climax for a fascinating period in the history of the Third German Reich. In spite of many publications on the subject of Hitler, present as well as future historians cannot ignore first person accounts of those who were actually there, describing their own adventures. Illustrated throughout, 144 pages


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