I recommend by Alan Bullock
The best books are The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William Shirer, Hitler the missing years by Ernst Hanfstaengl, At Hitler's Side by Nicholaus von Below,Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer, Berlin Diary by William Shirer, I knew Hitler by Kurk Ludecke. Also any of the Time Life Third Reich books. The Hanfstaengl book in great because he is the only one who gives us a glimpse of Hitler's early years. Berlin Diary is great because Shirer was around so many top Nazis in the early years and has great discriptions of life in Nazi Germany before the war. Speer's book give you an inside look at people and events from first to last. To Temper your reading, read the Bravest Battle about the Jewish fight against the Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto and how brave they were in fighting and dying againt their Nazi foes.
Be careful of relying too much on Shirer's testimony. He experienced the Third Reich at first hand - this makes him a great witness and source of evidence but not necessarily a great historian!
Bullock's "A Study in Tyranny" is still regarded as a definite piece (and is highly readable).
Any book by Laurence Rees, he writes in every day language and does not over complicate the issues
hitler is the best
Jesse Owens. He was an African American, and his performance was an embarrassment more so to Adolf Hitler, than the German people. At that time, Adolf Hitler was trying to convince the world that the German people were the master race, and to have an African American beat the best in the world, didn't help the cause of the third Reich.
Third person. I don't usually read third person books, but these are the best!
No, Hitler's best friend was not an Indian.
Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William L. Shirer is the best book about World War II Germany.
The best book about Hitler, the Holocaust, the Aryan race and experiments made by Joseph Mengele is "Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz".
Germany is the home of the first automobile, created separately by Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, fathers of the Mercedes-Benz automobile. The list includes Audi, Volkswagen, BMW, and of course, Mercedes-Benz. The Volkswagen Beetle is the all-time best-selling car ever (Its was also designed under Hitler's Third Reich).
After Hitler defeated France, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and the rest of continental Europe without hardly having to work up a sweat, it seems that nobody could stop him. The German military was the best armed, best disciplined, and most feared military on Earth. It seemed reasonable to expect that Russia would not be much more of a problem than any of the other nations which had already proved to be no match for the Third Reich. Of course, Russia is tremendously larger than any of those other countries, which is what Hitler failed to adequately consider.
Everyone has different taste. Dune by Frank Herbert is one of the most read science fiction stories of all time. Much better than the movies. Anne McCaffrey's Pern books are very entertaining. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a great book. For nonfiction, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich is one of the most detailed book of World War II.
my best friend.
Anne Frank's diary, 1984, The Hobbit, the John Carter books by Burroughs, The Elric series by Michael Moorcock, Huck Finn, Slaughterhouse 5, Rise & fall of the 3d Reich, Fahrenheit 451, this Perfect Day (Levin) -that should get you started.