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Title
Hitler
Author
Paul Dowswell
format
Hardback
Publisher
Wayland
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20020718

This book gives a compelling account of Hitler's life, from his youth in Vienna to his suicide in Berlin. It explains how he became leader of the Nazi party and Chancellor of Germany - bringing the world to one of the most destructive wars ever fought. Fascinating quotations and archive photographs bring his personality to life, while authoritative texts analyse his place in history.

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Paul Dowswell went to univeristy in London and stayed in the city until 1991, working for the National Sound Archive, The Science Museum, BBC Books and Time Life. He began his publishing career as a picture researcher before becoming a writer and editor. He now works freelance and specialises in children's information books. 'The Complete Book of the Microscope' (Usborne) which Paul edited and co-wrote won the 1999 Rhone-Poulenc Junior Prize for Science Books, and 'Usborne's Medieval Messanger' was short-listed for the 1997 Times Educational Supplement Information Book Award.

The illustrations add much to our understanding of Hitler by Paul Doweswell.
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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Heads of state - Germany - Biography - Juvenile literature.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
64

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