The Trial of Adolf Hitler: The Beer Hall Putsch and the Rise of Nazi Germany

David King (Author)

Product Details

W. W. Norton & Company
Publish Date
June 06, 2017
6.5 X 1.4 X 9.6 inches | 1.85 pounds
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About the Author

An independent consultant and trainer for over 25 years, David King specializes in designing and delivering change programmes, projects and related learning solutions to organizations in public, private and third sectors. David is an Examiner in Change Management for global qualifications body APM Group International and a co-author of the Change Management Institute's Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK), published in September 2013. David is also author of Think, Learn, Improve! - Turn your business vision into reality, which sets out a practitioner's framework of tools and techniques for designing and developing a comprehensive change programme.


An astute work of scholarship and vivid narrative....A meticulously researched, deeply instructive work with great relevance for our current era of right-wing resurgence.
A courtroom drama both farcical and ominous. An absorbing, detailed account of a crucial--but often overlooked--chapter in Hitler's rise.--Joseph Kanon, author of The Good German and Leaving Berlin
King affirms his reputation as a first-rate narrative historian in this account.
This is the definitive book on the Hitler trial in the English, German, or any language.--Peter Ross Range, author of 1924: The Year That Made Hitler
Engrossing and well-researched....[King] vividly sets the scene....This first book-length account in English of Hitler's trial makes an important contribution to the understanding of modern totalitarianism.
A powerful work that underlines what a pivot point the trial was--and how badly it went awry.
As captivating as it is well researched and scholastically precise.