A Look at Adolf Hitler before the Dawn of WWII

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New book presents compelling pictures from the life of the Führer

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Before being labeled as “the most evil man that ever lived,” Adolf Hitler hardly appeared as a monster. In Adolf Hitler: THE GOOD DAYS ALBUM, author Claudius Petrini presents to readers—through compelling black and white photographs—the Führer himself as an ordinary human being deeply concerned with the problems of ordinary people.

Hitler was well known for his great love for children and some of the pictures in this album will show him in the company of little tots. He considered the family the most important element in the German society and he encouraged and rewarded families who had more than five children. He also acknowledged the importance of women and their pivotal role in society, which was quite revolutionary for those times.     Many pictures in this book also display Hitler’s modesty and simplicity as it showed that he never favored fancy uniforms or expensive clothes. The book particularly focuses on the Führer’s “breadth of vision” along with his ability to anticipate the future, as well.

Adolf Hitler: THE GOOD DAYS ALBUM does not try to rehabilitate Adolf Hitler. Instead, the purpose of this book is to show facets of an Adolf Hitler who “could have, or, might have been.”

This book will be featured at the 2012 Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 10-14, 2012.
For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.

Adolf Hitler * by Claudius Petrini
Publication Date: August 6, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 137 pages; 978-1-4415-4656-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 137 pages; 978-1-4415-4657-9

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