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


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W. W. Norton & Company
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6.5 X 1.4 X 9.6 inches | 1.85 pounds
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I am a self-taught amateur climatologist with no scientific training or qualification of any description. I was for many years an active Associate Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, and am currently a member of Climatologists Observers Link (COL). I regularly appear on TV, radio and my articles appear in national newspapers and magazines in addition to local BBC Radio and local newspapers and magazines. I have a free open website, www. weatherwithouttechnology. I was born in Yelverton, Devon where my interest in natural history was stimulated within the broader family, who later moved to London. In 1957 I started as a uniform beat policeman


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.