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Hitler's Last Days (ePub)

The Führerbunker and Beyond

Military P&S History > By Century > 20th Century WWII > Hitler & the Third Reich

By Mel Kavanagh
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
File Size: 535.1 KB (.epub)
Pages: 224
Illustrations: 10 mono illustrations
ISBN: 9781399048071
Published: 20th September 2023

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Berlin, April 1945. After almost six years of war, the end is nigh for the Nazi’s. The Russians are closing in on the German capital and Hitler is holed up in the Fuhrerbunker in the city. There was an eclectic mix of individuals residing in the bunker with Hitler at this time including senior Nazi officers, Hitler’s personal protection squad, soldiers, civilians, children and even a female test pilot but how did they fair at the end? Not all died or were captured.

Hitler’s Last Days studies Hitler's final days in the Fuhrerbunker looking at the Nazi leaders' state of mind during the war and the effect if had on his physical state, despite only being 56 at the time of his death it was said by many that he looked somewhat older. But how did Hitler really die? Or did he escape as some evidence has previously suggested?

A wealth of diverse research material has been used to create an account that comes from a different angle on a popular WWII story.

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About Mel Kavanagh

Born in Hampshire, Mel Kavanagh spent his childhood in Surrey before joining the RAF in 1972.
He comes from a family steeped with military history. His father served with the army during WWII, serving overseas. Other relations served in the Royal Navy and RAF. His grandfather was at the Battle of Jutland during WWI aged just 16.
He spent many years in IT as a computer programmer and systems analyst before retraining as a teacher in 2003.
Hitler’s Spies: Lena, The Prelude to Operation Sealion is his first work in non-fiction.

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