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This review is from: Hitler's Private Library: The Books that Shaped his Life (Hardcover)
I like this book so much I sent it by amazon uk to a friend in London
I've always thought WWII was the last war fought with honour
Perhaps not by the Japanese but in the European theatre, from what I've read, there was a fair bit of it
I enjoyed the book because I like books. Always keen to know what others read. It's sad that Hitler could've been led astray by the books he got. Not sure how relevant this is, but I didn't read the book chronologically - I jumped all over the chapters. And the book still made sense. The author's research was thorough and I thought he was neutral. Like I said, enjoyed the book enough to send it to a friend.