Author: David Nicholls
Age Group: 7 - 17
The Hitler regime warns us of the destruction that ensues when a perverted ideology and a cult of
leadership are combined with a polity where power is divorced from morality. This illustrated A - Z
biographical companion provides easily accessible information about the key events in Hitler's life, his
most important collaborators and opponents, his domestic and foreign policies, the use of propaganda
and the forging of the Hitler cult, racial persecution and the Holocaust, and Hitler as a war leader.Adolf
Hitler also includes an introduction, a chronology, maps, primary source documents, a general
bibliography, and index.
...the book is excellent ... the text does give good analyses ... It is recommended for reference
collections in public, sixth form, and undergraduate libraries.
"Recommended for general and undergraduate collections lacking the sources listed or for collections in
need of a complete, up to date set of sources on this topic."
"...a first-rate encyclopedic resource ... an outstanding reference resource that is highly recommended for
"Adolf Hitler: A Biographical Companion is an orderly and succinct work that provides easy access to a
good deal of useful information ... Given its format and ease of use, students and lay readers will find it
equally compelling. It merits consideration for public, high school, and undergraduate collections."
"The information and analysis are very helpful to anyone seeking to understand this dark and complicated
man and the impact he had on human history. Students will find this volume a good place to begin
research on Hitler, and the bibliographies will help them find more complete information. Recommended
for high school, public, and undergraduate libraries."