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What the community says about The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
- "This is a great read for all you WW2 buffs out there! It was a great read and interesting to learn more about the history of the war that I didn't know before."
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in What are the best history books"The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich is one of the most important books ever written. I found it to be a fascinating account of Nazi Germany spanning from it's rise to power to it's fall. If you're a history buff like I am, then you should give it a read.""If you love history and World War well this book is for you. This book has so much good information in it about Hitler's empire."
- "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich is one of the best non-fiction war books I've read about World War 2 and the nazi empire. It tells the story of Hitler's rise to power up to his loss. As someone who likes reading about World War 2, it was very interesting reading about facts I'd never known about."
- "This book sounds interesting to read and learn about totalitarianism. After reading the reviews, I am intrigued to learning more about this book and read it to find out more about history. I have this book put on my list of reading the material and will be reading it soon."
- "Admittedly you have to be interested in history surrounding Germany around the time of the second World War, it's a good read and filled with details. I couldn't give it a higher rating though because a bit too much in the way of opinion in the narration. I actually prefer my history books to be a bit on the dry, neutral side of things."