Adolf Hitler is one of the most notorious figures in history, and his story has been told in countless books, movies, and documentaries. He was the leader of Nazi Germany during World War II and is responsible for the deaths of millions of people. His story is one of power, terror, and ultimately, destruction. Here are some of the latest news articles, videos, and other resources on Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party.
Uncover the truth behind the mysterious theory of whether Hitler was possessed by the devil. This 1200-word article explores the evidence and arguments for and against the possession theory, examining Hitler's fascination with the occult, the Holocaust, his mental state, and more. Read on to unravel the mystery and discover the truth behind one of history's most enduring legends.
From North Africa to the liberation of Adolf Hitler's lair in Berchtesgaden, Germany, the men of the 3rd ID slogged through it all.
In the years before the Second World War – and even after fighting had broken out – King George VI had to confront admirers of Adolf Hitler uncomfortably close to home. Alexander Larman investigates what made members of the upper classes of Britain incline towards appeasement, and how far they were willing to go in their support of the Nazis
On the night of 31 May 1941, four high-explosive bombs were dropped by German aircraft on the North Strand area of Dublin City. The casualties were many: 28 dead and 90 injured, with 300 houses damaged or destroyed. This bombing was interpreted either as a deliberate ploy by Hitler’s government to force neutral Ireland into…
I consider reading one of the pillars of a well-balanced life. And if you’re reading all the time, you’re always coming across different kinds of ideas and observations to stimulate your thinking.
In his Victory in Europe speech, Winston Churchill slams Éamon de Valera and his war-time policy. (To add fuel to an already bitter relationship, de Valera had not distinguished himself or Ireland’s reputation when he offered condolences to Germany on the death of Hitler.) “(By the dawn of 1941), The sense of envelopment, which might…