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Adolf Hitler
Kelly, Maurice E. (Compiled by)
Book Number: 62724
ISBN: 0908240880
Universal Books Ltd, UK, 1990. 4to. hardcover. 176pp. colour & b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Price: $10.00


The Psychopatic God. Adolf Hitler
Waite, Robert G. L.
Book Number: 20510
ISBN: 0465067433
New York: Basic Books, 1977. First edition. Large 8vo. hardcover. 482pp. index. = b/w plates, colour frontis. very good/very good d/w.
Price: $15.00


Hitler's Cross : The Revealing Story of How the Cross of Christ Was Used As a Symbol of the Nazi Agenda
Lutzer, Erwin W.
Book Number: 23801
ISBN: 
Chicago, IL, U.S.A.: Moody Press, 1995 8vo. hardcover. 216pp. b/w illus. fine. / very good+ d/w.'
Price: $15.00


Hitler in Vienna, 1907-1913 : Clues to the Future
Jones, J. Sydney
Book Number: 26385
ISBN: 0812828550
New York Stein & March 1983 8vo hardcover 350pp index, b/w illus. very good / good, loose, clipped d/w. From The New York Review of Books: The liveliest of {the recent books on Hitler}, and the one that will probably have the greatest interest for the lay reader, is Sydney Jones's account of Hitler's years in Vienna from 1907 to 1913. It is almost as much a book about the city as one about the young man from the provinces whose artistic ambitions it rebuffed. . . . In creating a sense of the atmosphere of the Austriancapital and contrasting its intellectual excitement and hectic vitality with Hitler's drab and lonely existence, he helps us to understand how his first political ideas--his contempt for the Austrian empire, his pan-Germanism, his loathing of a working class that parroted Marxist slogans, and, above all, his belief that the Jews were the source of all evil--grew out of disappointments suffered and resentments accumulated in a city that must have seemed to him to be heartless, unappreciative of talent, and ultimately degenerate and corrupt.
Price: $12.00


Dollfuss
Brook-Shepherd, Gordon
Book Number: 32325
ISBN: 
Macmillan, London, 1961. 8vo. hardcover. 296pp. index, b/w plates. very good. / very good, lightly chipped d/w.
Price: $25.00


BERLIN BUNKER
O'DONNELL, JAMES P
Book Number: 41893
ISBN: 0460044028
DENT 1979 8vo hardcover 317pp index, b/w illus. very good / good, rubbed d/w.
Price: $12.00


Making Friends with Hitler: Lord Londonderry, the Nazis, and the Road to War
Kershaw, Ian
Book Number: 42324
ISBN: 1594200300
Penguin Press, 2004 8vo hardcover 488pp index, b/w illus. very good+ / very good+ d/w.
Price: $18.00


One Man in His Time
Post, Hans as told to Micheal Morley.
Book Number: 42875
ISBN: 1876928352
Otford Press August 2002 8vo Pictorial Laminated Boards. no d/w as issued. 420pp very good. From his early childhood in a staunchly Nazi family, through his experiences as a soldier in the SS, fighting the Battle of the Bulge and his harrowing experiences in a French Prisoner of War camp. Here is the extraordinary story of the Reich. Hans Post recounts his participation in the Hitler Youth, and details his activities as part of an elite SS formation during World War II. Hans deals with fascist ideology and in his later life in a environment of free thought and information Hans developed into a committed pacifist with a profound sense of social justice.
Price: $25.00


Hitler's Holocaust
Knopp, Guido
Book Number: 43040
ISBN: 0750937823
The History Press December 1, 2004 8vo softcover 352pp very good, crease to bottom of front cover. Hitler's Holocaust is a well-researched and graphically written account of how the people of a civilised and cultured country could become involved in the the perpetration of inhumanity on a goss scale.
Price: $10.00


The War That Hitler Won: Nazi Propoganda
Herzstein, Robert Edwin
Book Number: 46859
ISBN: 0241100917
Hamish Hamilton, London, 1979 8vo. hardcover. 491pp. index, b/w illus. Very good. / very good d/w.
Price: $18.00


Hunting Evil: The Nazi war criminals who escaped and the hunt to bring them to justice
Walters, Guy
Book Number: 48611
ISBN: 0593059921
Bantam Press 30 July 2009 8vo softcover 432pp near fine. Index. Illustrated with photos. AT THE END of the Second World War some of the highest-ranking members of the Nazi party fled from the ruins of the Third Reich. Many are names that have resonated deeply in twentieth-century history – Adolf Eichmann, Josef Mengele, Franz Stangl and Klaus Barbie – not just for the monstrosity of their crimes, but also because of the shadowy nature of their post-war existence, holed up in depths of Latin America, always one step ahead of their pursuers. The nature of their escapes was as gripping as any good thriller. Aided and abetted by Catholic priests in Rome, they travelled down secret escape routes, hiding in foreboding castles high in the Austrian Alps, and were taken in by shady Argentine secret agents. The attempts to bring them to justice are no less dramatic, with vengeful Holocaust survivors, inept politicians, and daring plots to kidnap or assassinate the fugitives. Guy Walters has travelled the world in pursuit of the real account of how the Nazis escaped at the end of the war, and charts the attempts, sometimes successful, to bring them to justice, and what really happened to those that got away. Walters also questions the existence of the ‘Odessa’ organisation, scrutinises the record of Simon Wiesenthal, and reveals the extent to which some Nazi war criminals were able to escape justice by being employed by Allied Intelligence. He has interviewed Nazi hunters and Nazis alike, former intelligence agents, travelled the escape routes themselves, and pored through archives in Germany, Britain, the United States, Austria and Italy to bring this remarkable period of our recent history to dramatic and vivid life.
Price: $20.00


Camp Z. The Secret life of Rudolf Hess
McGinty, Stephen
Book Number: 54078
ISBN: 9780857380708
Quercus, London 2011 8vo. hardcover. 336pp. index, b/w illus. Near Fine. / Near Fine d/w.
Price: $18.00


Bad Faith : A Forgotten History of Family and Fatherland
Callil, Carmen
Book Number: 54409
ISBN: 0224078720
Jonathan Cape 2006 8vo softcover 640pp very good. The sweeping story of one of history's most despicable villains and conmen - Louis Darquier de Pellepoix, Nazi collaborator and 'Commissioner for Jewish Affairs', who managed the Vichy government's dirty work, 'controlling' its Jewish population. Born into the established, relatively moderate Darquier family ('de Pellepoix' was a later affectation), Louis Darquier proceeded from modest beginnings to dissemble his way to power, continually reinventing himself in conformity with an obsession with racial purity and the latent anti-Semitism of the French Catholic Church. He was the ultimate chancer: always broke, always desperate for attention, social cachet, women and drink. One of the few men to put on weight during the second world war', after it was over he decamped to Spain, never to be brought to justice for having sent thousand of Jewish men, women and children to the camps. Early on in his career he married the alcoholic Myrtle Jones from Tasmania, equally practised in the arts of fantasy and deception, and together they had a child, Anne Darquier, whom they promptly abandoned to grow up in England under an oppressive mantle of silence. Her tragic story of honourable but exhausting ambition is woven through the narrative. In Carmen Callil's masterful and harrowing account, Darquier's ascent to power during the years leading up to the Second World War comes to mirror the rise of French anti-Semitism and the role it played in the horrors that were to follow. It is a portrait of a society as fragmented and desperate as any before the war, trading miserable second-rate philosophies in search of meaning and power, and of how the people of Vichy turned a blind eye to the shameful things being done under their noses. Epic, elegiac and enormously well researched, this is a study in powerlessness, hatred and the role of remembrance, in a world in which man-made horrors challenge the very idea of justice.
Price: $18.00


Hitler's Elite
SNYDER, LOUIS L.
Book Number: 55332
ISBN: 0715397966
David & Charles 1990 8vo hardcover 320pp index, b/w illus. very good, bookplate on fep. / very good d/w. Adolph Hitler spawned a breed of lesser lights who converted his hates into concentration camps, mass murder and the systematic extermination of the races and social groups he deemed inferior. With them he gave a new meaning to horror. These nineteen members of the Nazi elite were strikingly ordinary, for the most part failures and nonentities. They were ready to follow Hitler because without him they were nothing. "Hitler's Elite" reveals the men who made sure that the theoretical evil poured out by Hitler in Mein Kampf became real beyond all imagining and beyond all norms of human behaviour.Table of ContentsnnHerman Goering - Germany's deadly Falstaff; mass-murderer - Henrich Himmler; Julius Streicher - pornographer and sadist; Ernest Rohen - bully boy of the streets; Rudolf Hess - Palandin extraordinary; Joseph Goebels - Hitler's little mouse general; Brown eminence - Martin Bormann; Alfred Rosenberg - philosopher of the absurd; champagne salesman Ribbentrop; Baldur Von Schirach - misleader of German Youth; Hangman Heydrich; Gorilla Kaltenbrunner; Killer Adolf Eichmann; exterminator Rudolf Hoess; Joseph Kramer - the beast of Belsenj; Ilse Koch - the bitch of Buchenwald; Auschwitz doctor Joseph Mengele; quack doctor Theodor Morell; Otto Skorzeny - soldier of fortune.
Price: $15.00


The Master Plan: Himmler's Scholars and the Holocaust
Pringle, Heather
Book Number: 55374
ISBN: 0007148127
4th Estate, London, 2006 8vo. hardcover. 463pp. b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Price: $18.00


Valkyrie - The Plot To Kill Hitler
Von Boeselager, Philip Freiherr
Book Number: 55709
ISBN: 0297855476
United Kingdom, Weidenfeld & Nicolson 2009 8vo softcover 176pp, b/w illus. very good, small owner's signature on fep.
Price: $10.00


The Army-Cap Boy, Story of a Teenage Boy's Survival in Hitler's Europe
Schwartz, Edi & Zoltan
Book Number: 56800
ISBN: 0333356411
MacMillan London 1983. 8vo. hardcover. 178pp. b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Price: $12.00


Betraying Hitler: The Story of Fritz Kolbe, the Most Important Spy of the Second World War
Delattre, Lucas
Book Number: 57393
ISBN: 1843543869
Atlantic Books, London, 2005. 8vo. hardcover. 308pp. b/w illus. Fine. / Fine d/w.
Price: $18.00


Hitler's Spy Princess
Schad, Martha
Book Number: 59576
ISBN: 0750935146
Sutton Publishing, United Kingdom, 2004. 8vo. hardcover. 234pp. index, b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Price: $18.00


Sanctuary! Nazi Fugitives in Australia
Aarons, Mark
Book Number: 60288
ISBN: 0855613327
William Heinemann Australia, Port Melbourne, 1989. 8vo. hardcover. 385pp. index, b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
Price: $25.00


Hess. A Biography
Manvell, Roger & Fraenkel, Heinrich
Book Number: 60992
ISBN: 0261632469
MacGibbon and Kee, London, 1973. 8vo. hardcover. 256pp. index, b/w illus. Very good, a few tony spots on outer page edges, bookplate on fep. / Very good d/w.
Price: $18.00


Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust
Wood, E. Thomas, Stanislaw M Jankowski
Book Number: 59266
ISBN: 0471018562
Wiley 1994 8vo. softcover. 316pp. Good. Index. Karski is a story of incredible valor, a story of personal courage and uncommon determination to bring to Allied leaders the awful truth about the mass murder of the Jews of Europe. It is the story of a man who understood the poisonous effects of bigotry and hatred. His fight against Nazi oppression came to an end in 1945. His fight against anti–Semitism has never stopped.
Price: $22.00


The Night of the Long Knives
Gallo, Max
Book Number: 26240
ISBN: 0285620819
Souvenir Press 1973 8vo hardcover 310pp, b/w illus. good, tape marks on endpapers, / good, chipped d/w.
Price: $12.00


Waffen-SS : Hitler's black guard at war
Ailsby, Christopher.
Book Number: 30043
ISBN: 1876142405
Gordon, N.S.W. Universal International 1997 4to hardcover 176pp index, colour & b/w illus. very good / good d/w with faded front edge & tears to top edge.
Price: $18.00


Pictorial Record of the SS 1923-1944
Mollo, Andrew
Book Number: 36903
ISBN: 0517278332
Bonanza Crown Publishing Group 1979 4to hardcover 192pp index, b/w illus. very good / good d/w torn on top edge.
Price: $12.00


The Third Reich. Day by Day
Ailsby, Christopher.
Book Number: 42588
ISBN: 
Brown Partworks 2001 4to hardcover 192pp index b/w illus. very good+ / very good+ d/w.
Price: $18.00


SS Regalia L
umsden, Robin
Book Number: 62041
ISBN: 1862220336
Saturn Books, London 1999. 4to. hardcover. 160pp. indexcolour illus. Very good+. / Very good+ d/w.
Price: $25.00


Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth: His Battle with Truth
Sereny, Gitta
Book Number: 62179
ISBN: 0333645197
London Picador, 1996 8vo hardcover 757pp index, b/w illus. very good. / very good d/w. Albert Speer was Hitler's architect before the Second World War. Through Hitler's great trust in him and Speer's own genius for organisation he became, effectively from 1942 overlord of the entire war economy, making him the second most powerful man in the Third Reich. Sentenced to twenty years imprisonment in Spandau Prison at the Nuremberg Trails, Speer attempted to progress from moral extinction to moral self-education. How he came to terms with his own acts and failures to act and his real culpability in Nazi war crimes are the questions at the centre of this book. The author had access to Speer, his family and friends and his private papers.
Price: $22.00