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    Berlin Diary by William L Shirer

    Berlin Diary (1934-1941) is a first-hand account of the rise of the Third Reich and its road to war, as witnessed by the American journalist William L. Shirer. Shirer, a radio reporter for CBS, covered Germany for several years until the Nazi press censors made it impossible for him to report objectively to his listeners in the United States; feeling increasingly uncomfortable, he left the country.


    The Coming Of the Third Reich by Richard J Evans

    There is no story in twentieth-century history more important to understand than Hitler’s rise to power and the collapse of civilization in Nazi Germany. With The Coming of the Third Reich , Richard Evans, one of the world’s most distinguished historians, has written the definitive account for our time. A masterful synthesis of a vast body of scholarly work integrated with important new research and interpretations, Evans’s history restores drama and contingency to the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazis, even as it shows how ready Germany was by the early 1930s for such a takeover to occur. The Coming of the Third Reich is a masterwork of the historian’s art and the book by which all others on the subject will be judged.


    The End by Ian Kershaw

    From the preeminent Hitler biographer, a fascinating and original exploration of how the Third Reich was willing and able to fight to the bitter end of World War II Countless books have been written about why Nazi Germany lost the Second World War, yet remarkably little attention has been paid to the equally vital questions of how and why the Third Reich did not surrender until Germany had been left in ruins and almost completely occupied. Drawing on prodigious new research, Ian Kershaw, an award-winning historian and the author of Fateful Choices , explores these fascinating questions in a gripping and focused narrative that begins with the failed bomb plot in July 1944 and ends with the death of Adolf Hitler and the German capitulation in 1945. The End paints a harrowing yet enthralling portrait of the Third Reich in its last desperate gasps.


    Hitler's Empire by Mark Mazower

    Draw ing on an unprecedented range and variety of original research, Hitler?s Empire sheds new light on how the Nazis designed, maintained, and lost their European dominion?and offers a chilling vision of what the world would have become had they won the war. Mark Mazower forces us to set aside timeworn opinions of the Third Reich, and instead shows how the party drew inspiration for its imperial expansion from America and Great Britain. Yet the Nazis? lack of political sophistication left them unequal to the task of ruling what their armies had conquered, despite a shocking level of cooperation from the overwhelmed countries. A work as authoritative as it is unique, Hitler?s Empire is a surprising?and controversial? new appraisal of the Third Reich?s rise and ultimate fall.


    The Third Reich At War by Richard J Evans

    An absorbing, revelatory, and definitive account of one of the greatest tragedies in human history Adroitly blending narrative, description, and analysis, Richard J. Evans portrays a society rushing headlong to self-destruction and taking much of Europe with it. Interweaving a broad narrative of the war's progress from a wide range of people, Evans reveals the dynamics of a society plunged into war at every level. The great battles and events of the conflict are here, but just as telling is Evans's re- creation of the daily experience of ordinary Germans in wartime. At the center of the book is the Nazi extermi­nation of the Jews. The final book in Richard J. Evan's three-volume history of Hitler's Germany, hailed "a masterpiece" by The New York Times, The Third Reich at War lays bare the most momentous and tragic years of the Nazi regime.


    George, Nicholas and Wilhelm by Miranda Carter

    Miranda Carter is the author of Anthony Blunt: His Lives , which won the Orwell Prize for political writing and the Royal Society of Literature W. H. Heinemann Award, and was chosen as one of The New York Times Book Review ’s seven Best Books of 2002. She lives in London with her husband and two sons.


    Infiltration by Albert Speer



    The Third Reich In Power, 1933-1939 by Richard J Evans



    Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer



    Bloodlands by Timothy Snyder



    The Life and Death Of Adolf Hitler by Robert Payne



    History Of Germany Since 1789 by Golo Mann



    Blood and Banquets by Bella Fromm



    Albert Speer by Gitta Sereny



    The Transfer Agreement by Edwin Black



    Wall Street and The Rise Of Hitler by Antony C Sutton



    Other Losses by James Bacque



    Nazi Gold by Tom Bower



    Der Fuehrer by Konrad Heiden



    Goring by David Irving



    The Arms Of Krupp 1587 1968 by William Manchester



    Hitler's War by David Irving



    The Years Of Extermination by Saul Friedlander

    Includes bibliographic references (p. [795]-848) and index


    Blowback by Christopher Simpson



    The Coming Of the Third Reich by Richard Evans



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