Hitler: 1889-1936, Hubris
Ian Kershaw talked about his book, Hitler: 1889-1936, Hubris, published by W. W. Norton & Company. The book is about how Hitler became so identified with Germany, and it with him. The author revealed the dire circumstances of post-World War I Germany that made Hitler’s dictatorial power possible. A book signing was held by Mr. Kershaw after of his speech. close
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