Hitler’s Germany

Title: Hitler’s Germany by Roderick Stackelberg

Category: Nonfiction, History

Review: Hitler’s Germany was an interesting book to read. It read like a schoolbook almost. This book would be a very good book for a person who is beginning to learn about War World II. The author has a great way of writing this book because his style is very interesting. The style is a mix between school teacher and a writer. The book is not just about War World II. It starts from War World I, explaining why and how Germany became the way it did and how Hitler started to become the way he was. There are 16 chapters in the book and no pictures, which may not interest you. Like I said, it is almost like a schoolbook. You will find it very interesting in my point of view because I could not stop reading it. I won’t reveal everything to you

Rating: ****


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