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The Young Hitler I Knew by August E. V. Anderson

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The Young Hitler I Knew
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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Number of pages: 153

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The Young Hitler I Knew is an extraordinary memoir by a man who actually met Hitler in 1904 while they were both competing for a space at the opera. Their mutual passion for music created a friendship, and a roommate situation--and lends a personal and unique eye to explaining Hitler's character at the time. Most biographies begin with Hitler's rise to power: The Young Hitler I Knew is a 'must' for any who would delve into the roots of his personality

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