Hitler: The Pathology of Evil

Title: Hitler: The Pathology of Evil by George Victor

Category: Nonfiction, History

Review: This book was a pretty good book. Reading it was like reading a college professor’s thesis. It was a very informative book about Hitler, but, and I hardly say this, it was a little over-informative. The book starts from Hitler’s childhood and basically goes over his childhood and moves onto his formative years and on why he hated the Jews. It then moved onto the years where he became a speaker then finally the Fuhrer. It was an okay book. However, I think it went too much into Hitler’s family history and why he became the way he did. Of course, you may want to know that. It just was a little too much for me.

Rating: ***


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