What are the best novels about Nazis?

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    #1The Man in the High Castle

    The Man in the High Castle

    The Man in the High Castle is an alternate history novel written by Philip K. Dick. It first appeared in print in October 1962. The novel was adapted as a TV series produced by Amazon Studios and premiered in January 2015.


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    Jorge Torres
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I was putting off buying this due to it having reviews like "confusing ending" however when watched the series on Amazon I was amazed and stunned at the same time. And i figured with all books and movies/tv adaptations the book is always better.We always see the commercials on tv for the what 'ifs' about history what if the Nazis won the war whats if World War II ended entirely different. We don't know for sure how this would actually have turned out but PKD offers some amazing insight to what it would have been like. Each character has there own unique persona and unique motives for what they are really out to get. Every character is masterfully developed. PKD doesn't just focus on the character's PKD is able to fully capture you imagination and create a beautifully horrid reality inside your mind as you read. This is one of the books that you will read reread and still be wondering about what truly happened or what the book was really about. One of the most complex and inciting books I have read and loved so deeply in a long time. Overall if you like alternative-history or books with complex backgrounds and amazing story's you should be sure to read this."
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    #2The Book Thief

    The Book Thief
    The Book Thief is a young adult novel by Markus Zusak set in Germany during the height of the Nazi regime which centers on a young girl named Liesel who is close to her foster parents, friends, and a Jewish fist fighter.

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    Eric Crawford
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "Pretty good book. Gripping and emotional, which is hard to say about a subject that's been written about so many countless times. I did think it got a bit too flowery at some places, and some of the dialogue felt weak, but overall it was worth a read."
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    Have you ever imagined how would be the World if Hitler won the World War II? Xavier March is a detective of the Kriminalpolizei in the capital of the Third Reich who should investigate the discovery of a body in a lake near Berlin. As March discovers the identity of the body, starts to uncover a conspiracy that reaches the very top of the German Reich. 


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    Christopher Bennett
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "best to now about the nazis. very small book but in front lot of news"
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    #4All the Light We Cannot See

    All the Light We Cannot See
    All The Light We Cannot See is a vividly-written story about Marie Laure, a blind French girl, and Werner, a German boy in the Nazi army. Winner of a 2015 Pulitzer Prize, it shows that there can still be beauty amidst the tragedy of war.

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    Howard Wong
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "I wanted a good historical fiction focused on the Nazi occupation of France in WWII. This book was fascinating and made me think about things. It is so easy to vilify people in wartime that we often don't see the humanity in each side. A good story and a book I could not stop reading. "
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    #5The Reader

    The Reader
    An exceptional novel by Bernhard Schlink about betrayal, guilt and the memory of the Holocaust. This is the story of the adolescent Michael Berg, rescued by Hanna. Both embark on a clandestine affair leading Michel in euphoric and confused times.


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    Peter Barrett
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This book is great!"
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    #6The Nightingale

    The Nightingale

    The Nightingale tells the story of two sisters, Vianne and Isabelle, as each of them fights their own battle for love, freedom, and survival in German-occupied France during World War II.


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    Shaurya Pillai
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "The women within the book have to fight their own way, during the german occupation of france during the second world war. This book isn't specifically about nazis, but they do play a primary role; the book is about the girl's survival."
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    #7Number the Stars

    Number the Stars
    Number the Stars by Lois Lowry follows the journey of a Jewish family escaping from Copenhagen during the ruthless days of World War II. This novel also shows the strong power of friendship and how solid bonds can move people.

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    Jordan Collins
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Great story about Germany during WW2 through the eyes of a jewish family. Really encapsulates the feeling of exclusion they had during that time."
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    #8The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

    Bruno returns home after a school day in the Berlin of 1942, when he discovers that his family should move to another house close to a tall fence where he can see strange people in the distance. Bruno discovers there a desolate place where he'll make a friendship, with devastating consequences. 


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    Will He
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "If you are looking for a novel about Nazis, check out The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. The story will make you feel like you are the main character and see things through his eyes."
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    #9Salt to the Sea

    Salt to the Sea

    Salt to the Sea is a historical adventure novel for young adults written by Ruta Sepetys. It was a New York Times Bestseller a winner of the Carnegie Medal. It is set in the dying days of World War II and is a remarkable story of survival.


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    Douglas Watkins
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Salt to the Sea is a historical adventure novel for young adults written by Ruta Sepetys. It was a New York Times Bestseller a winner of the Carnegie Medal."
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    #10If the Dead Rise Not (Bernie Gunther)

    If the Dead Rise Not  (Bernie Gunther)

    If the Dead Rise Not is a historical mystery novel written by Philip Kerr. First published in 2009, it is the sixth book in the Bernie Gunther series. It follows the story of detective Bernie Gunther as he tries to uncover Nazi crimes.


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    #11March Violets (Bernie Gunther)

    March Violets (Bernie Gunther)

    March Violets (Bernie Gunther) is a historical fiction book written by Philip Kerr. March Violets (Bernie Gunther) was published by G.P. Putnam's Sons. March Violets is the first book of the Bernie Gunther Book Series.


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    Megan Rodriguez
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "This is a nice noir-style mystery/adventure novel set in WW2. Missing Jewels, dames, etc. It can be a little tropey but it's still an enjoyable historical fiction read."
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    #12Jackboot Britain

    Jackboot Britain

    Jackboot Britain is a speculative novel written by Daniel S. Fletcher. First published in 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform under ISBN 1500556270, it focuses on an alternate story in which Nazi Germany won World War II.


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    Vishal Kadam
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "A crazy story about a different ending to a one of the worlds biggest wars. This book asks the question "What if Hitler had won?" A good book for WWI lovers."
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    #13Hitler's Time Machine

    Hitler's Time Machine

    Hitler's Time Machine is a science fiction novel written by Robert F. Dorr. First published in 2014 by Robert F. Dorr, it focuses on a time machine that would allow Hitler and his Nazi Germany to win the World War II.


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    Sarah Armstrong
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "This biographical book is very interesting, it is a realist version and has a lot to tell. The story is described very vividly and it has a very unique style of writing. I can say that this is a book that is worthy reading it, and knowing interesting mysteries of our past."
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    #14The Last Days of Hitler

    The Last Days of Hitler
    The Last Days of Hitler is a historical nonfiction biography book written by Hugh Trevor-Roper. The Last Days of Hitler was published on March 24, 1995 by Papermac.

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    Betty Moreno
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "The novel is written by a person who debriefed the Nazi's so it is a very interesting and intellectual take on the events that occurred. It is a very good read, and gives harrowing details into an event in history that highlights not only Hitler's but the rest of the Nazi party's atrocities."


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1The Man in the High CastleBooks 36 Paid
2The Book ThiefBooks 33 Paid
3FatherlandBooks 31 Paid
4All the Light We Cannot SeeBooks 30 Paid
5The ReaderBooks 29 Paid
6The NightingaleBooks 26 Paid
7Number the StarsBooks 25 Paid
8The Boy in the Striped PajamasBooks 23 Paid
9Salt to the SeaBooks 22 Paid
10If the Dead Rise Not (Bernie Gunther)Books 21 Paid

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