On all counts - great. I am here because of Dan Carlin Hardcore History. RECOMMEND TO EVERYONE.
I really enjoyed this book. What was so interesting about this - was how detailed the analysis was and in particular how he (Hitler) viewed Russia (and their leadership) and how they in-turn viewed him - particularly through the eyes of his two closest SS guards. His fear of being 'strung up' in Moscow at the end of the war (when he knew it was lost) seemed to make some sense. It was obvious that both the Russian's and the remaining allies were racing into Germany to capture as many Nazi's (and sympathizers) as they could round-up. Hitler was an odd man, who in many ways seemed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory (on several occasions - including following the battle of Britain) - most of them to re-engage militarily with Russia. Very compelling story, I recommend everyone listen and enjoy!
Fantastic! So interesting to get this behind the scenes look of Hitler provided by those who were actually there. Very informative and a must read for WWII history students.
I'm really not big fan of war books and movies and it is very hard to compare this book with some others about Hitler and the war, but ... I really like this books because it combines Hitler's era from 1935 to 1945 (not just the war). It also shows (thanks to excellent foreword from the author) Stalin's view on the war and the Hitler. I highly recommend this book.
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