Germany’s Hitler: The Only Authorized Biography

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GHfrontcover5555By Heinz A. Heinz. One of the most suppressed English-language books ever to emerge from Germany: the 1938 authorized biography of Adolf Hitler.

The professional journalist author interviewed Hitler’s old school friends, army colleagues, landlords, his jailer, and early party comrades to provide an unprecedented insight into the German leader’s background and prewar policies.

Included are vivid and unique descriptions of Hitler at school, his First World War battlefield experiences, early politics, the amazing truth behind the November 9th Putsch, Hitler in prison, and the struggle to power from 1926 to 1933.

It ends just after the Austrian Anschluss and the end of the Czech/Sudeten crisis.

This book was the foremost Hitler myth-buster of its day, and is full of personal and political insights.

Read, for example, about the handicapped child who was amazed to find the Reichschancellor personally deliver his Christmas present; how Hitler always refused to take his salary and instead ordered the state treasury to divert it to poor relief work, and of the massive social reforms which boosted German living standards to the best in Europe.

This work is vital for anyone interested in understanding why Hitler won the total adulation and support of the German people.

Contains all original illustrations.

Contents

Chapter I: Birth and Boyhood

Chapter II: Vienna

Chapter III: Munich

Chapter IV: With Hitler in the War

Chapter V: Hitler Returns to Munich after the War—Herr Ernst Schmidt’s Story

Chapter VI: Hitler Joins the “Deutsche Arbeiterpartei”

Chapter VII: Early Struggles of the Movement—Gottfried Schmitt’s Story

Chapter VIII: Herr Drexler Continues His Story

Chapter IX: “Und Ihr Habt Doch Gesiegt”

Chapter X: Hitler in Landsberg—Oberwachtmeister Hemmrich’s Story

Chapter XI: Second Founding Of the Party

Chapter XII: Hitler Sets His Hand to the Plough

Chapter XIII: Hitler, the Workless and the Needy

Chapter XIV: What the “Socialism” Really Means

Chapter XV: Hitler, Germany and the World

Index

List of Illustrations

Hitler’s love of children is well-known

Home of the Hitler family at Lambach-am-traun. The corner house in centre

The Realschule, Linz, attended by Hitler as a boy

Grave of Hitler’s parents at Leonding

House of Hitler’s parents at Leonding

Benedictine monastery at Lambach-Am-Traun

Coat of arms showing swastika at Lambach

Sketch by Hitler at the front: Ruins of a church near Fromelles

Sketch by Hitler at the front: His rest billet near Fournes, called “Zur Scharzen Marie.”

Hitler in hospital at Beelitz near Berlin: Second figure from the right in back row is Hitler. The one lying left on the ground is Bachman

Hitler as front soldier—With the little dog who left British trenches and went over to “Fritz”. Hitler first figure on the left in front row. Ernst Schmidt behind him standing

Herr Anton Drexler

Above the door, the window of the room in which Hitler lived, Munich, from 1920—1929

First office of the German Workers’ Party in the Sterneckergasse, Munich

The famous Burger Brau Keller, Munich

The beginning of the S.A. Storm troops in Bavarian dress

“Stosstrup Hitler” parading past Crown Prince Rupprecht before the putsch, Nov. 9, 1923

“Und Ihr Habt Doch Gesiegt.” Feldherrnhalle Monument in Munich to those who fell November 9, 1923

The Feldherrnhalle in Munich—The monument is on the left wall in the Residenzstrasse

Landsberg on the Lech

Hospital at Landsberg. Hitler’s room first storey, fourth window from the right

Fortress Quarters. Hitler’s cell first storey, fourth and fifth windows from the left

Interior of Hitler’s Cell in the fortress at Landsberg

Hitler’s footpath showing “bounds” board at the end—Landsberg

Chief Warder Hemmrich at Landsberg

Haus Wachenfeld

Haus Wachenfeld on the Obersalzberg

Bavarian Alps from the Reichskanzler’s country home

 

Paperback edition

Pages: 234

Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback

Interior Ink: Black & white

Weight: 0.41 kg

Dimensions (centimetres): 15.24 wide x 22.86 tall

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Hardcover edition

Pages: 234

Binding: Hardcover (dust-jacket)

Interior Ink: Black & white

Weight: 0.39 kg

Dimensions (centimetres): 15.24 wide x 22.86 tall

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