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The End : The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1944-1945

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From the preeminent Hitler biographer, a fascinating and original exploration of how the Third Reich was willing and able to fight to the bitter end of World War II Countless books have been written about why Nazi Germany lost the Second World War, yet remarkably little attention has been paid to the equally vital questions of how and why the Third Reich did not surrender until Germany had been left in ruins and almost completely occupied. Drawing on prodigious new research, Ian Kershaw, an award-winning historian and the author of "Fateful Choices," explores these fascinating questions in a gripping and focused narrative that begins with the failed bomb plot in July 1944 and ends with the death of Adolf Hitler and the German capitulation in 1945. "The End" paints a harrowing yet enthralling portrait of the Third Reich in its last desperate gasps.

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  • Paperback | 564 pages
  • 138 x 212 x 36mm | 480.81g
  • 28 Aug 2012
  • Penguin Books
  • English
  • Reprint
  • black & white plates
  • 0143122134
  • 9780143122135
  • 472,017

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Ian Kershaw is the author of "Fateful Choices "and the definitive two-volume biography of Hitler, " Hitler 1889-1936: Hubris" and "Hitler 1936-1945: Nemesis." He lives in Manchester, England.

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"Kershaw's comprehensive research, measured prose, and commonsense insight combine in a mesmerizing explanation of how and why Nazi Germany chose self-annihilation." -- "Publishers Weekly" (starred review) "[A]superb examination of the final defeat of Hitler's tyranny...an excellent portrait of the regime's death throes." -- "Booklist" (starred review) "This is an astonishing story well told by the reigning English-speaking master of Third Reich history...A carefully considered and powerfully told saga." -- "Kirkus" (starred review)

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