I received a kindle copy of this book from Net Galley and the publisher with the understanding that I would write a review and post it on Net Galley, Amazon, Goodreads and my blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Plus pages.
This is a book than anyone who is into conspiracy theories will enjoy as it attempts to establish the fact that Hitler did not commit suicide. The National Police Gazette was the forerunner for tabloids such as the National Enquirer, New York Post, etc. The premise is that Hitler’s body was never found so there is no conclusive evidence that the died in the bunker.
The book is comprised of a series of articles published in the Gazette over a number of years about Hitler, not just his death. This style of reporting led to a number of repetitive entries which made the book an even faster read as I was able to skip over multiple sections due to this fact.
The book reveals nothing new from the actual known facts about Hitler, but theorizes on what ifs. I did find the book to be somewhat humorous at times in the attempts to prove that he did not die.
I can only recommend this book to those who are advocates of conspiracy theories as there is nothing new on the known factual life of Adolph Hitler.