A powerful new portrait of the second and last - and much-maligned - Nazi leader
Barry Turner is an acclaimed historian and Editor of The Statesman's Yearbook (Palgrave) which has recently celebrated its 150th anniversary. His most recent books are Beacon for Change (Aurum Press, 2011) and with Tony Rennell, When Daddy Came Home (Arrow, 2014), described as 'fascinating' by the Daily Mail. He lives in London and south-west France.
'A page-turning narrative' * Daily Mail *