Our list of some of the best Hitler books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.
- Mein Kampf (1998)
- Hitler: A Biography (2010)
- Hitler: Ascent, 1889-1939 (2017)
- Hitler’s Table Talk (2016)
- Hitler’s Final Secret (2019)
- Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler’s Shadow (Scholastic Focus) (2019)
- The Hitler Photo Album: 350 Images of Adolf Hitler That “They” Don’t Want You To See (2017)
- Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law (2018)
- Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler (2013)
- Adolf Hitler: The Definitive Biography (1991)
- When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit (2009)
- Making Bombs for Hitler (2019)
- The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler: Volume I – The Anointed (Volume 1) (2017)
- The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler (2015)
- Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin (2012)
Mein Kampf (1998)
In 1922, just four years after the war to end all wars, an unknown Austrian then living in Bavaria planned a pamphlet to be called Settling Accounts. In it he intended to attack the ineffectiveness of the dominant political parties in Germany which were opposed to the new National Socialists (Nazis). In November 1923, Adolf Hitler was jailed for the abortive Munich Beer Hall putsch along with men willing and able to assist him with his writing.
Hitler: A Biography (2010)
“Magisterial . . . anyone who wishes to understand the Third Reich must read Kershaw.”―Niall Ferguson “The Hitler biography of the twenty-first century” (Richard J. Evans), Ian Kershaw’s Hitler is a one-volume masterpiece that will become the standard work. From Hitler’s origins as a failed artist in fin-de-siecle Vienna to the terrifying last days in his Berlin bunker, Kershaw’s richly illustrated biography is a mesmerizing portrait of how Hitler attained, exercised, and retained power.
Hitler: Ascent, 1889-1939 (2017)
A New York Times bestseller, this major new biography of Hitler puts an emphasis on the man himself: his personality, his temperament, and his beliefs. Volker Ullrich’s Hitler, the first in a two-volume biography, has changed the way scholars and laypeople alike understand the man who has become the personification of evil.
Hitler’s Table Talk (2016)
Hitler’s Table Talk consists of notes of the German leader’s casual lunch and dinnertime conversations with his close friends and colleagues.
Hitler’s Final Secret (2019)
Twelve-year-old Frank Keller, while living in Germany on a military base, uncovers a box in the bombed-out remains of a nearby house in 1947. Too young to understand the importance of the document and photographs it holds, he brings it back to the United States as war booty. Fast-forward to 1960: Frank, now a magazine writer on assignment in Europe, spots a medallion identical to the pentagram illustrated in the document he found as a boy. Frank does not believe in coincidences.
In this Newbery Honor and Sibert Honor award-winning book, Susan Campbell Bartoletti explores the riveting and often chilling story of Germany’s powerful Hitler Youth groups.By the time Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, 3.5 million children belonged to the Hitler Youth. It would become the largest youth group in history. Susan Campbell Bartoletti explores how Hitler gained the loyalty, trust, and passion of so many of Germany’s young people.
Adolf Hitler — from his rise to power in 1933 until the present day, he remains the most well-known and controversial figure of the last century. Not surprisingly, he was also one of the most photographed men as well. Who among us is unfamiliar with his face and trademark “toothbrush” moustache? It is said that a picture is worth 1,000 words.
Nazism triumphed in Germany during the high era of Jim Crow laws in the United States. Did the American regime of racial oppression in any way inspire the Nazis? The unsettling answer is yes. In Hitler’s American Model, James Whitman presents a detailed investigation of the American impact on the notorious Nuremberg Laws, the centerpiece anti-Jewish legislation of the Nazi regime.
In a riveting scenario that has never been fully investigated until now, international journalist Gerrard Williams and military historian Simon Dunstan make a powerful case for the Führer’s escape to a remote enclave in Argentina-along with other key Nazis—where he is believed to have lived comfortably until 1962.
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian John Toland’s classic, definitive biography of Adolf Hitler remains the most thorough, readable, accessible, and, as much as possible, objective account of the life of a man whose evil effect on the world in the twentieth century will always be felt.Toland’s research provided one of the final opportunities for a historian to conduct personal interviews with over two hundre…
Based on the gripping real-life story of the author, this poignant, suspenseful middle-grade novel has been a favorite for over forty years. Perfect for Holocaust Remembrance Month.Anna is not sure who Hitler is, but she sees his face on posters all over Berlin. Then one morning, Anna and her brother awake to find her father gone! Her mother explains that their father has had to leave and soon they will secretly join him. Anna just doesn’t understand.
Making Bombs for Hitler (2019)
Lida thought she was safe. Her neighbors wearing the yellow star were all taken away, but Lida is not Jewish. She will be fine, won’t she?But she cannot escape the horrors of World War II.Lida’s parents are ripped away from her and she is separated from her beloved sister, Larissa. The Nazis take Lida to a brutal work camp, where she and other Ukrainian children are forced into backbreaking labor.
What happenings and environments wrought one of the most hated men in history? How does a child become a young man who evolved into a self-proclaimed messiah? Why did this man become a psychotic who was responsible for the deaths of more than 50 million people? This book follows the first, formative years of Adolf Hitler's life.
* “The most complete and successful biography of the Führer available for this audience.”—SLJ, starred review Many people believe Hitler was the personification of evil. In this Sibert Medal–winning biography, James Cross Giblin penetrates this façade and presents a picture of a complex person—at once a brilliant, influential politician and a deeply disturbed man.
From the bestselling author of On Tyranny, the definitive history of Hitler’s and Stalin’s wars against the civilians of Europe in World War TwoAmericans call the Second World War “The Good War.”But before it even began, America’s wartime ally Josef Stalin had killed millions of his own citizens–and kept killing them during and after the war.
Best Hitler Books to Read
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Hitler: A Biography
Author(s): Peter Longerich
ID: 2421410, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Year: 5 Sept 2019, Size: 3 Mb, Format: epub
Hitler: Only the World Was Enough
Author(s): Brendan Simms
ID: 2449848, Publisher: Penguin Books, Year: 5 Sept 2019, Size: 2 Mb, Format: epub
My Father Joachim von Ribbentrop: Hitler’s Foreign Minister, Experiences and Memories
Author(s): Rudolf von Ribbentrop
ID: 2449091, Publisher: Pen and Sword Military, Year: 30 Jan 2019, Size: 3 Mb, Format: epub
Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are really best-sellers according to The New York Times, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.