The Selling of Adolf Hitler: David Irving's Hitler's War

  title={The Selling of Adolf Hitler: David Irving's Hitler's War},
  author={Charles W. Sydnor},
  journal={Central European History},
  pages={169 - 199}
  • C. W. Sydnor
  • Published 1 June 1979
  • Art
  • Central European History
In the last decade the field of studies focusing on Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist period of German history has been invaded and nearly overrun by an international throng of journalists, essayists, memoirists, apologists, cultists, and hucksters busily engaged in advancing various interpretations, analyses, and portraits of Hitler. Among this group who are not scholars or professional historians, there seems a wide disparity of ability and expertise and an obvious dissimilarity of… 
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