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A wonderful book

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Reviewed: 12-03-2020

Very well written, well done Andrew this book is a true masterpiece. Never a dull moment throughout the whole book

Fascinating Book

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Reviewed: 03-08-2019

Wonderful insight into fighting on the Eastern Front Moscow battle and the suffering endured by both sides.

Fascinating Character

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Reviewed: 12-01-2018

I have long been interested in Charles Bean. This book has been an interesting insight into his life and how as the war went on, Beans attitude towards the High Command had changed by 1917. Also how his belief in the White Australia policy started to changed with the rise of Nazism by the late 30s. A very brave Journalist who left a great legacy to the ethics of journalism now so sadly lacking today. It's seems very little has changed with military censorship and deceitful generals. Would recommend this book to anyone who may have some misconceptions about the so called Anzac legend.

A chilling insite into a ambitious monster

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Reviewed: 08-04-2017

Where does Hitler's Hangman rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

For those interested in this subject the book is very good

Who was your favorite character and why?

Heydrich given the book was about his life story

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The assassination scene when one of the assins gun jams while standing in front of the car

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Ambition by nature

Any additional comments?

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