"* 'A riveting biography of the British- born woman who married into the Wagner family and became Hitler's friend' Sunday Times (Culture) * 'Consistently enthralling book... displays truly impressive enterprise in locating quite new sources' THES * 'Hamann has approached her subject with powerful sensitivity and scholarship and the translation by Alan Bance flows swimmingly' The Irish Times * 'In laying bare one woman's moral failings, Hamann leaves the reader with a greater understanding of how millions managed to embrace the evil in their midst' The Glasgow Herald"
About the Author
Brigitte Hamann studied history and German literature in Munster and Vienna. She is the author of several books on Austrian history, including Hitler's Vienna: A Dictator's Apprenticeship, published in English by OUP, which was a critically acclaimed, international bestseller. She lives in Vienna.