History of War

HITLER’S INSANITY

“THAT HITLER WAS MAD IS BEYOND DOUBT. WHAT NORMAN BRINGS TO LIGHT IS HITLER’S OWN AWARENESS OF HIS MENTAL DISORDER”

Author: Andrew Norman Publisher: Fonthill Media Price: £25 Released: Out now

Adolf Hitler continues to fascinate like no other tyrant in history. It is not that his reign of terror was any more repellent than the horrors perpetrated by the

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