Adolf Hitler Biography
The Second World War began in 1939 when Adolf Hitler decided to declare war to Poland. The Poles were quickly defeated and in 1940 Hitler's forces overran Denmark, Norway, The Netherlands, Belgium and France in a Blitzkrieg (Rapid war).
Adolf Hitler Biography
Inside Hitler's Bunker, by the preeminent historian Joachim Fest, is a searing portrayal of the last weeks of the Third Reich.
Inside Hitler's Bunker
In 1900, Germany was one of modernity's great success stories: The most progressive and dynamic nation in Europe, Germany was the only country whose rapid economic growth and innovation rivaled that of the United States.
Coming of the Third Reich
Largest youth group in history
In modern times, the recruitment of children into a political organization and ideology reached its boldest embodiment in the Hitler Youth, founded in 1933 soon after the Nazi Party assumed power in Germany
Sequel to Mein Kampf
The first complete and annotated edition of the book that Adolf Hitler dictated just before his rise to power but never wanted to publish. Contains startling and revealing ideas that drove him once in power but that he didn't want made known.
Hitler's Second Book
Heinz Magenheimer identifies the crucial moments at which fateful decisions needed to be taken and considers how decisions different from those actually taken could have propelled the conflict in entirely different directions.
Killed in Hitler's death camps
Jewish teenagers David, Yitzhak, Moshe, Eva, and Anne all kept diaries and were all killed in Hitler's death camps. These are their stories, in their own words.
Witnesses in the Holocaust
Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945) was a German National Socialist official and head of the Nazi police forces. He was the son of a Catholic schoolmaster and received a diploma in agriculture. After the First World War Heinrich Himmler joined militant rightist organizations.
Hitler's Pope is the previously untold story of the man who was arguably the most dangerous churchman in modern history: Eugenio Pacelli, Pius XII, Pontiff from 1939 to 1958 and long controversial as the Pope who failed to speak out against Adolf Hitler's Final Solution.
Interesting History Facts
Women during World War II