The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler

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Life and Death of Adolf Hitler
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Written by James Cross Giblin. Published by Clarion.
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Gibson poses and answers three questions in this compelling, accessible account of Hitler, his world and his legacy.  "What sort of man could plan and carry out such horrendous schemes; how did he win support for his deadly ventures; and why did no one stop him until it was almost too late?" 

"A true master of storytelling, Giblin demonstrates that Hitler was a more complex person than most textbooks portray," states Chair Sue McCleaf Nespeca.  "An engrossing and absorbing text, this work sets the standard for biographies for older children."

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