Author(s): Eberle Henrik
On breaking open the Berlin Bunker on 2 May 1945, Soviet troops captured two of Adolf Hitler
'A unique insight into Hitler's life' -- Publishing News 20050708 'An amazing insight into Hitler's personal world' -- Bookseller 20050812 'Fascinating' -- Simon Sebag-Montefiore 20051107 'A fascinating view of two tyrants at war for control of greater Europe' -- South China Morning Post 20051107 'The portrait that emerges is far more complex than the conventional one-dimensional picture of a monster.' -- Sunday Times 20050320 'A surprise biography' -- Guardian 20050319 'A groundbreaking historical document' -- Daily Telegraph 20050319 'Fascinating insights into Hitler's life, unearthed in a Moscow archive' -- Guardian 20050321 'A remarkable insight into Hitler's daily life ... and one of the most authentic sources of information on the history of the Third Reich.' -- Daily Telegraph 20050315 'This newly discovered secret dossier paints an astonishingly intimate portrait of the dictator.' -- The Times 20050319 'This is a document of importance, which will from now on will take it place in the sources for Hitler's life.' -- Ian Kershaw 20050701 'Captivating ... this is full of curious snapshots of a man whose private persona has been shrouded in mystery.' -- Guardian 20050321 'An extraordinary historical document ... Something of a publishing event' -- Bookseller 20050805 'The Hitler Book is an unexpected and original perspective on the Third Reich and its leader, and a timely reminder that the heart of the terrible transformation wrought by the European crisis in the twentieth century was the contest between two extraordinary tyrants and the systems they dominated.' -- Richard Overy 20050701
Sturmbannfuhrer Heinz Lange was head of Hitler's personal household. Hauptsturmfuhrer Otto Guensche was his last SS adjutant. Henrik Eberle studied history and associated sciences at the University of Halle, where he also teaches. Matthias Uhl studied history and political science in Halle and Moscow, and works at the Institite of Contemporary History in Munich and Berlin.