Does national geographic have a book about Hitler?
Not to my knowledge- the Time-Life books division and landmark books did some mass-market stuff on Hitler and the Nazis- The Geographic did not, too touchy. ...
Asked in Pearl Harbor, Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler
How can you read more about hitlar?
You can read more about Hitler by buying books about him and then reading them. A very good biography about Hitler was written by Ian Kershaw, but there are dozens of books about him which you can read if you are interested in knowing more. ...
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler
What was burned in public Hitler?
You may be thinking that Hitler & the Nazis burned books. Yes some books that the Nazis did not like were burned, however this was done for publicity. Actually book burnings were not a major feature of Nazi German life. The Germans valued books & education in general, and would have burned anti-Nazi books & books written by Jews. ...
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What books did Adolf Hitler write?
According to the Related Link, Hitler wrote the following books: * Hitler, A. (1925). Mein Kampf. Wikisource Version * Hitler, A. (1935). Zweites Buch (trans.) Hitler's Second Book: The Unpublished Sequel to Mein Kampf by Adolf Hilter. (Enigma Books: New York, 2006. ISBN 978-1-929631-61-2) * Hitler, A. (1945). My Political Testament. Wikisource Version * Hitler, A. (1945). My Private Will and Testament. Wikisource Version * Hitler, A., et al. (1971). Unmasked: two confidential interviews with Hitler in 1931. Chatto & Windus. ISBN 0-7011-1642-0 *...
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Where can one find pictures about Hitler?
The Hitler Pages has many pictures of Hitler with his staff and others on their website. There are many noted and dated pictures of Hitler in France, Belgium and Germany which one could view. History books are also a great source for pictures on the war and Hitler. ...
Asked in World War 2, Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill
What did churchill think of Hitler?
Winston Churchill knew Adolf Hitler was a madman and an evil dictator. He understood Hitler a lot better than most government leaders and kept warning others about how bad Adolf Hitler was in reality. He considered Hitler to be a gangster or street thug. He did eventually get Franklin Delano Roosevelt to fully understand the gravity of the situation with Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. There are books available that Winston Churchill wrote if you are interested in his personal views about...
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What are the cause and the effects on Hitler has books burned in huge bonfires?
Hitler had books burned in massive bonfires because of his racial nature and because he considered any non-German books to be enemy "propaganda". Also, he burned books because those books could arouse opposition against him. he preferred that everyone obeyed him without question. Hitler's police the Gestapo kept everything in check and were known for brutally executing anyone who broke laws....
Asked in Books and Literature, Adolf Hitler
How many pages does the book Surviving Hitler have?
There are two different books entitled, Surviving Hitler. These are ; Surviving Hitler : A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps which has 160 pages ( paperback ) and Surviving Hitler : The unlikely true story of an SS Soldier and a Jewish Woman which has 277 pages ( hardcover ). ...
How did Adolf Hitler become the way he was?
This subject would be way too difficult to answer in this forum. My recommendation would be to check out the following books: The Making of Adolf Hitler: The Birth and Rise of Nazism by Eugene Davidson or The Man Who Invented Hitler: The Making of the Fuhrer by David Lewis ...
Which kind of books did Hitler and the Nazi's burn?
It was a campaign hatched out by German Student Union to burn books in Nazi, Germany and Austria. Books burned were authored by classical liberals, Jewish, socialist and others whose writings were considered subversive. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Adolf Hitler, Censorship
How did Hitler use censorship?
The most well known example is how Hitler burned books that contained any information relevant to the Jews. His plan to eradicate the Jews was fuelled by his jealousy of the flourishing Jewish community. Hitler banned anything actually that would promote views on the Jews. ...