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Bombing Hitler: The Story of the Man Who Almost Assassinated the Fuhrer (Hardback)
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Bombing Hitler: The Story of the Man Who Almost Assassinated the Fuhrer (Hardback)

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Hardback 240 Pages / Published: 17/01/2013
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Georg Elser was just an ordinary working-class citizen living in Munich, Germany. Then one day he took it upon himself, without telling his family or friends, to single-handedly attempt to assassinate the most powerful man in all of Germany: the Fuhrer, Adolph Hitler. "Bombing Hitler" is an incredible tale that takes you back to 1939, and recreates the steps that led Elser from the Munich Beer Hall, to his attempted escape across the Swiss border, and sadly, to the concentration camp where his heroic life ended.

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
ISBN: 9781616087418
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 384 g
Dimensions: 229 x 153 x 160 mm

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