Tag Archives: Hitler

Selective Amnesia

  Selective Amnesia FRANK ELLIS reviews the latest biography of Hitler Volker Ullrich, Hitler: Ascent 1889-1939 (Adolf Hitler – Biographie. Band 1: Die Jahre des Aufstiegs 1889-1939, S. Fischer Verlag, 2013), translated by Jefferson Chase, The Bodley Head, London, 2016, … Continue reading

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Titanomachia

Titanomachia Frank Ellis reviews an updated account of an epic struggle David M. Glantz and Jonathan M. House, When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler, Revised and Expanded edition, University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 2015, Appendices, Index, … Continue reading

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Hitler’s Architect

Hitler’s Architect Stoddard Martin reviews a new biography of Albert Speer In the rogue’s gallery of National Socialism, good boy Albert Speer usually gets short shrift. As a rogue, he seems on the surface deficient – none of the public … Continue reading

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“Me too” history

“Me too” history FRANK ELLIS finds that the best that can be said about a new biography of Hitler is that it adds nothing to our understanding Hitler: A Short Biography A. N. Wilson, Harper Press, London, 2012, pp.190, Notes, Bibliography … Continue reading

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