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With Hitler to the End: The Memoirs of Adolf Hitler's Valet Paperback – 18 Apr 2013


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This book is worth reading from a historical standpoint and does show us bit more of the behind the scenes portrayal of the man who brought Europe to the brink of total annihilation through "the man closest to him" in his own words. Some of the reading can seem a bit "he said, she said" in respects to Linge explaining his experiences and the actions and remembrances of his comrades in arms. Taking his overwhelming devotion to his country and to his proprietor contextually make an attempt at explaining his thoughts and actions throughout this practically unexplainable time in history. Inscale This book is worth reading from a historical standpoint and does show us bit more of the behind the scenes portrayal of the man who brought Europe to the brink of total annihilation through "the man closest to him" in his own words. Some of the reading can seem a bit "he said, she said" in respects to Linge explaining his experiences and the actions and remembrances of his comrades in arms. Taking his overwhelming devotion to his country and to his proprietor contextually make an attempt at explaining his thoughts and actions throughout this practically unexplainable time in history. Inscale

About the Author

HEINZ LINGE was born in Bremen, Germany, in March 1913. He worked as Hitler's valet until the Fuhrer shot himself in 1945. He was arrested by the Red Army, which interrogated him about the circumstances of Hitler's death. Linge was released from Soviet captivity in 1955. He died in Bremen in March 1980.



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