Hitler's Girls (Hardback)
- Mail on Sunday - The innocent girls as young as ten who were turned into savage fighters sent to 'drown the enemy in their own BLOOD'... and paid a terrible price
- Daily Star - Hitler's brainwashed Nazi army of GIRLS trained to 'drown enemy in their own BLOOD'
- As featured in The Times
- 'It all makes for an important and very personal account of the time that leaves you wanting to know more' - Editor's Choice, The Armourer
- 'Tim Heath has my unreserved admiration for Hitlers Girls. This book is frank, tragic, bitter-sweet, brutal, emotional and joyous' - Gerry Van Tonder
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Hitler's Girls is not just another Hitler Youth history book. Concentrating purely on the role of German girls in Hitler’s Third Reich and taking unpublished first-hand accounts, we learn of their home lives, schooling, exploitation and eventual militarisation. From the prosperous beginnings of 1933 to the cataclysmic defeat of 1945, this insightful book examines in detail their specific roles as defined by the Nazi state.
Written in an attempt to provide a definitive voice for this unheard generation of German females, it will leave the reader to decide for themselves whether or not the girls were the obedient accessories to genocide and it will lead many readers to question many aspects of what they have previously thought about the role of girls and young women in Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. This is their story.
Author article exploring the youth parties for girls and young women that underpinned the National Socialist doctrine as featured inArmourer, September 2017
As featured inThe Times 3/8/17
As featured onThe Star 31/7/17
As featured onMirror 31/7/17
As featured onMail Online 31/7/17
As featured inMail on Sunday 30/7/17