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EXPLAINING HITLER. The Search for the Origins of his Evil

by Rosenbaum, Ron

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Macmillan (UK), large-format paperback (stiff pictorial card cover), 1998, 445 pages. Many believe Hitler is impossible to explain adequately. Mr Rosenbaum has tackled the question, bringing to the study a wide experience as a contributor to numerous publications, e.g. The New York Times, Esquire, New Republic and Harpers, and has written several books. Historian Thomas Powers called him 'one of the few distinctive voices of modern American literary journalism.' Has light wear but is fairly good and quite solid. ISBN 0333734572.


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