Two Against Hitler

Author: John Van Houten Dippel
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275937454
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Covers the espionage collaboration between Erwin Respondek and Sam Woods.

Two Against Hitler

Author: ISABEL. VINCENT
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ISBN: 9781529300222
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Orientation Fact Sheets No 1 To No 30 Inclusive

Author: United States. War Dept. Information and Education Division
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Twentieth Century Limited America World War Two To The Present

Author: David W. Noble
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The Plots Against Hitler

Author: Danny Orbach
Editor: Eamon Dolan Books
ISBN: 0544714431
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A new and definitive account of the anti-Nazi underground in Germany and its numerous efforts to assassinate Adolf Hitler In 1933, Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. A year later, all parties but the Nazis had been outlawed, freedom of the press was but a memory, and Hitler's dominance seemed complete. Yet over the next few years, an unlikely clutch of conspirators emerged - soldiers, schoolteachers, politicians, diplomats, theologians, even a carpenter - who would try repeatedly to end the Fuhrer's genocidal reign. This dramatic and deeply researched book tells the full story of those noble, ingenious, and doomed efforts. This is history at its most suspenseful, as we witness secret midnight meetings, crises of conscience, fierce debates among old friends about whether and how to dismantle Nazism, and the various plots themselves being devised and executed. Orbach's fresh research takes advantage of his singular skills as linguist and historian to offer profound insight into the conspirators' methods, motivations, fears, and hopes. Though we know how this story ends, we've had no idea until now how close it came - several times - to ending very differently. The Plots Against Hitler fundamentally alters our view of World War II and sheds bright - even redemptive - light on its darkest days.

Hitler S Miracle Weapons The Luftwaffe And Kriegsmarine

Author: Friedrich Georg
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How close did Hitler come to his dream of developing nuclear weapons? What evidence is there for the design, testing and production of such weapons, and their carrier systems? With this first volume in a series of at least three, Friedrich Georg has begun to answer these questions in great detail. The result is a groundbreaking new book on this topic. This first volume describes the efforts of the Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine to design and produce carrier-systems for the nuclear weapons the scientists of the Third Reich were developing. Following an introductory section in which the author outlines the Nazi atom bomb programme, Georg then investigates the enormous variety of craft the Luftwaffe began to either adapt, or develop anew, that would be used to carry such weapons of mass destruction. These included the search for an intercontinental 'Amerikabomber', including the innovative Horten Ho XVIII. Lighter designs, such as the Arado Ar E 555, Messerschmitt P 1107 & 1108, and Junkers EF 132 & 140 are also described. The various atom bombs themselves are thoroughly investigated, from the 1-ton to the massive 30-ton variety. Information about the variety of carrier systems being developed-and in at least one case, actually built-by the Kriegsmarine is also provided. Finally, the author investigates the reasons why Germany ultimately failed to produce the atom bomb. Appendices provide the most up-to-date research on a variety of topics, including the small number of craft Japan was developing to carry atom bombs, and the Soviet capture of German nuclear research centres in the Baltic region at the end of the war. Throughout, the author is keen to only rely on the most reliable sources, and lays many myths to rest in the process. The result is a truly compelling and groundbreaking work.

Germans Against Hitler July 20 1944

Author: Erich Zimmermann
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Resume of German resistance to Hitler, which culminated in the assassination attempt of July 20, 1944.

To Kill Hitler

Author: Constantine FitzGibbon
Editor: Spa Books Limited
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Germans Against Hitler July 20 1944

Author: Germany (West). Presse- und Informationsamt
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Adolf Hitler And The Third Reich In American Magazines 1923 1939

Author: Michael Zalampas
Editor: Popular Press
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Der Fuehrer Hitler S Rise To Power

Author: Konrad Heiden
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History Of The Second World War

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Hitler S Conspiracy Against Peace

Author: S. Erckner (pseud.)
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Hitler And Germany

Author: Brendan John Elliott
Editor: Addison-Wesley Longman Limited
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Chronicles the rise of Hitler from a poor worker in Vienna to the powerful dictator of Germany who influenced the course of world history.

Esquire

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Nazi Germany And World War Ii

Author: Donald D. Wall
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Thorough, balanced coverage of both Nazi Germany and World War II, including recent research on hotly debated topics such as German citizens knowledge of the Holocaust. Textbook includes a dozen maps and 48 photographs, including political cartoons from the period. Bibliographic essay covers primary and secondary sources, including those sources published in German. Brevity of this text allows instructors to use supplemental materials.

Library Journal

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

World War Ii

Author: Michael J. Lyons
Editor: Routledge
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This fifth edition incorporates material from the vast array of new literature, along with suggestions from readers. This new edition places greater emphasis on the ideological aspects of the German war against the Soviet Union, including the notorious "commissar order," as well as the complicity of the Wehrmacht in Nazi atrocities on the Eastern Front. It also pays more attention to Stalin's initial failure to react to the invasion and the Soviet murder of German prisoners. There is increased coverage of the Holocaust, including a consideration of the reasons why the Western Allies were not able to intercede in behalf of the European Jews.