Readership: General readers interested in history of the Second World War, military history, history of Germany in Word War II and the interwar period, and the biography of Hitler. Students interested in the disciplines of the social history of Nazi Germany, life of Hitler and his vision for Germany.
Ian Kershaw, University of Sheffield
Review(s) from previous edition"'a book which should be read by everyone interested in the history of 20th-century Europe ... perhaps the most revealing study available of popular opinion in Nazi Germany'
- Times Higher Education Supplement
The Making of the 'Hitler Myth', 1920-19401: 'Fuhrer of the Coming Germany': The Hitler Image in the Weimar Era
2: 'Symbol of the Nation': The Propaganda Profile of Hitler, 1933-1936
3: 'Fuhrer without Sin': Hitler and the 'Little Hitlers'
'The Fuhrer restores Order': 'The Night of the Long Knives', 30 June 1934
The 'Little Hitlers': The Image of the Local Party Bosses
4.: The Fuhrer versus the Radicals: Hitler's Image and the 'Church Struggle'
5: Hitler the Statesman: War and Peace in the Balance
'Triumph without Bloddshed'
Part Two: The Breaking of the 'Hitler Myth', 1940-19456.: Blitzkrieg Triumph: High Peak of Popularity, 1940-1941
7.: The War turns Sour: The 'Hitler Myth' starts to crumble
8.: Defeat and Disaster: The 'Hitler Myth' collapses
Part Three: The 'Hitler Myth' and the Path to Genecide9.: Hitler's popular Image and the 'Jewish Question'