Visions of War - Private Hitler's War

Visions of War - Private Hitler's War


During the Great War Adolf Hitler served in the ranks of the 16th Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment from 1914 to 1918, and was awarded the Iron Cross. In later years, under the masterful control of Doctor Goebbels, Hitler was successfully portrayed by the Nazis as a valiant front-line soldier who, for four long years, had fought many hard battles in the front-line of trenches. The world has long accepted the Nazi version, and Hitler is often referred to as a Corporal, but a series of clues remained which pointed to an alternative version of the truth.

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  • Keith

    A thoroughly interesting book which recounts the case for and against Hitlers war service. In the light of our view today that every concrispted WW1 soldier was a brave man, there really isn’t much ...

  • Stephen Hancock

    InformativeIn similar vein, Mr Carruthers has a photo-book published by Pen & Sword that covers much of this book’s material (ISBN: 9781473833500). Poorly bound it does add something extra to the st...