I have read a good number of books on Hitler, but this book provided me some inside information about various places Hitler lived his life. When you plan to kill someone, it is important to know his movements and the details of his surroundings.
1. Good information on Hitler's train, the Fuhrerzug, how it was made-up, who traveled with him, security measures while on the road, routs and travel time . . . many things I had not read about before.
2. Information on the Berghof, along with diagrams, pictures and maps, quite detailed really.
3. Good information on the Tea-House, Hitler's walk, and the security around this location.
4. A little on The Wolf's Lair.
All places that were considered to be possible killing points.
Operation Foxley itself seems rather "pie in the sky" today, but there were people working on assassination plots and gathering detailed information that makes for some fascinating reading.