by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard

A look at the postwar manhunt for members of Hitler’s inner circle.

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    • I did not order this!!!!! REMOVE~~~
    • History comes alive in another O’reilly book. One of darkest times for humanity that is slowly being forgotten. Comparing anyone we disagree with a Nazi or any strong personality a Hitler truly diminishes their horrific crimes. Just the right amount of detail without being too gory in retelling the horrors of the holocaust and some of the atrocities inflicted by the true Nazis.
    • I love this book and Martin Dugard digs out all the fascinating details while Bill O'Reilly writes It all up and together they do an amazing job.
    • My initial reaction was due to my comparing this book with my favorite “Killing England”. This book is decidedly different but after contemplation, also worthy of 5 stars. I wish Bill’s books would be used in schools since they present history in an intriguing fashion while still putting forth the important truths. In this case, today’s students would benefit from understanding the evil that man can perpetrate. It might give them a whole new perspective on Israel and other countries like Argentina (along with people like Evita). Overall a great read (or listen in my case)! I would also hope it might limit the hyperbole of comparing various leaders and events to the Nazis. As bad as one might think thinks are, there is no comparison to the evil acts of the real Nazis and the SS.
    • Oh yeah... the master does it again! History made accessible and interesting.