ByGregory Paul Adkinson March 19, 2017
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"Often an historian will find a novel thesis or angle for looking at the past. While there may be something in it, too often the new idea is oversold. That is not the case here. While the author's thesis may not explain everything completely, no explanation of Hitler's behavior can be complete without including an understanding of his drug addictions.
The records of Hitler's personal doctor are extensive enough to prove the dictator was an addict. There can simply cannot be a doubt. The author, a novelist, has simply changed the way we understand Hitler. No serious student of World War II can overlook this important, seminal book."