The Men who Tried to Kill Hitler

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Skyhorse Publishing Inc., 2008 - 279 Seiten
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An enormous success upon its original publication in 1964, The Men Who Tried to Kill Hitler investigates the July 20, 1944, bombing of Hitler's infamous Wolf's Lair, a conspiracy led by Claus von Stauffenberg, a staff insider with access to the Führer. The first book to reveal the truth about the now infamous Operation Valkyrie, The Men Who Tried to Kill Hitler is "one of the most readable stories ever written about the war" (Sunday Times). This classic is an exciting and shocking tale of modern sabotage packed with first-hand information about Stauffenberg's tragic failed attempt on Hitler's life. Written when those involved were still alive and testifying, Manvell and Fraenkel's account is the most powerful and candid telling of the near-miss assassination of Hitler ever written.
  

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Review: The Men Who Tried to Kill Hitler

Nutzerbericht  - Jane - Goodreads

I was very interested in the subject matter that this book covered (the failed plot to kill Hitler). As familiar as I was with the Nazi leadership from past readings, I still found this book difficult ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Inhalt

I
29
20 July
99
The Bloody Assize
159
NOTES
223
I Otto Johns Account Of 20 July At The Bendlerstrasse
253
BOOK LIST
263
Index
267
AUTHORS NOTE
273
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (2008)

Roger Manvell was a critically acclaimed author who received access to new papers of eyewitness accounts of Joseph Goebbels. He co-wrote (with Heinrich Fraenkel) Heinrich Himmler , The Men Who Tried to Kill Hitler , and Doctor Goebbels .

Heinrich Fraenkel was a critically acclaimed author who received access to new papers of eyewitness accounts of Joseph Goebbels. He co-wrote (with Roger Manvell) Heinrich Himmler , The Men Who Tried to Kill Hitler , and Doctor Goebbels .

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