Using information gleaned from German military records and archives, as well as from the unpublished diaries, notes and correspondence of the Reich’s top ministers, noted historian David Irving explores the strategies, objectives and execution of Hitler’s War from the breathtaking and often surprising perspective of Adolf Hitler
An incredible look at the history of Osama bin Laden and his fellow "Jihad." Peter Bergen looks at the events orchestrated/influenced by bin Laden primarily from a chronological point of view, and then secondarily from a historical point of view (in terms of impact on the world). Coming from a skilled journalist, Bergen speaks in an unbiased
he published The Destruction of Dresden. This became a best-seller in many countries. Among his thirty books (including three in German), the best-known include Hitler’s War; The Trail of the Fox: The Life of Field Marshal Rommel; Accident, the Death of General Sikorski;
The German question was a debate in the 19th century, especially during the Revolutions of 1848, over the best way to achieve the Unification of Germany. From 1815–1866, about 37 independent German-speaking states existed within the German Confederation. The Großdeutsche Lösung ("Greater German solution")
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ISSUES IN GERMAN POLITICS Edited by Professor Charlie Jeﬀery, Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham Dr Charles Lees, University of Sheﬃeld Issues in German Politics is a major series on contemporary Germany. Focusing on the post-unity era, it presents concise,
AFTER the successful publication of my book The Destruction of Dresden on April 1, 1963 -- which was accompanied by a serialisation in the then fledgling Sunday Telegraph newspaper -- I learned that the British Air Ministry had subjected my two brothers, both Royal Air Force officers, to critical comment and interview.To ease their position, I decided to write a book about one of RAF Bomber Command’s most successful operations, the August 1943 strike against Hitler’s secret rocket plant at Peenemünde, on the Baltic coast. Of the legitimacy of this particular attack there could...