Charlie English has held numerous positions at the Guardian, most recently as head of international news. A fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the author of a previous book, The Snow Tourist, he first journeyed to Africa at nineteen, and has traveled widely there and elsewhere around the globe. He lives in London with his family.
The untold story of Hitler’s war on “degenerate” artists and the mentally ill that served as a model for the “Final Solution.”
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