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Great book. Especially enjoyed how Matthews expanded on the mindset of Hitler. The author explained the events Hitler went through during the Great War which ultimately created the callous and ruthless leader that he was. Anyone interested in war history will enjoy this book. An excellent read which made me realize that Hitler's interference shortened WW II.

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Only a few chapters into the book. Full of nice anecdotes and information about the machinations of Hitler’s High Command from 193445. However, one is left questioning the validity of the facts declared due to simple historical errors elsewhere within the text. So, and for example, Valkyrie:

“Hitler, however, had not been killed. By chance he had stepped around the desk and was shielded from the blast by its solid wooden frame.”

The bag containing the bomb was movednot Hitler. Pity as the book really is a good interesting read. More to follow ...... This was a fascinating read. A bit heavy going at times and for anyone not interested in the history of war it could be a bore. Matthews, however, has moved inside and out of Hitler's persona, backing up his thesis with facts about events and the main players surrounding those happenings.

He demonstrates that Hitler was not a great military commander, but had the energy of hate to propel with his ideology and nurturing those with criminal minds to carry out his dirty work. This book will stay on my shelf, a great find considering I bought it at Crazy Clarke's for $2.00! It was an okay book. At times, it can be a bit boring. Depends on how interested you are in WW2. I am only half way through it so I'll edit this review when I'm finished. To sum it up succinctly, it is educational but not very entertaining. I often judge books on how entertaining they were to read. Not really on information or knowledge. Hitler is described as someone clever but not capable of dealing with WW2. He was better suited to WW1 with his tactics. He did manage to convince a few countries to either stay neutral or help him out. Italy and Spain for example were key players in his war. Italy sided with him (at first) and Spain didn't really make up its mind. Hungary stayed neutral but behind closed doors a few "deals" were made before Hitler invaded Poland.

Hope that helps. Interesting book but only really covers facts already known about his tactics and blunders, essentially his biggest flaw was to use the same plan over and over as soon as the allies realised this they could combat it and Hitler was unable to think of another! Essentially he was trying to fight a double fronted war on single front tactics! An interesting slant on Hitler's military decisions during the Second World War. It underlines the facts of how he stubbornly forced the Germans into a war they were ill prepared for and which ultimately resulted in failure. Hitler was a Nazi first and foremost and a commander second. It's not that this was a bad book. For someone relatively unfamiliar with Hitler and World War II in Europe, it might be a good place to begin. Anyone who has done a fair bit of reading about the subject will gain little or nothing from reading this book. Generally an enjoyable and informative read, and pretty easy to get through; I did it in a couple of sittings. The author presents the facts in an accessible way for readerslike mewho aren't familiar with them.

The writing is clear, but it isn't great. The author is at his best when he's presenting a narrative of events and the description of Hitler's descent into paranoia. The level of detail is refreshing, but I would've liked to have seen more analysis: the generalisation about Hitler's strategies in the conclusionthat they didn't evolve with the war, unlike those of the alliesis abrupt and lacks antecedents.

Also, Hitler's charisma and political gifts are mentioned only in passing, so you have to take it on faith that he was ahead of his contemporaries in this regard. A chapter investigating these attributes would've been a welcome addition.

Overall, worth the buy, especially as I got it secondhand. It left me wanting to learn more.