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The Hero and Heroine Are Up Against Hitler’s Cunning

Hitler knows what he wants, and he wants the Lawrence maps. They are cartographic gems drawn by the late Lawrence of Arabia that explain how to take and defend every major position in the Middle East. Hitler can’t do without… Continue Reading →

I Want To Make Hitler Interesting To Readers

Part of the reason I wrote Captive At The Berghof was to make Hitler more than a two dimensional “carpet eater” who foams at the mouth and rants and raves. Instead I picture him as an astute and clever politician… Continue Reading →

Hitler and the Germans Has Been Extended for 3 Weeks

The exhibit on Hitler and the Germans has been extended for 3 more weeks in February in Berlin. It had record attendance.

Germany Abolishes Itself

Hitler and the Germans faced a demographic crisis in the 1930’s. Germany today still faces a demographic crisis that continues. This issue was dealt with by former banker Thilo Sarrazin in his book Germany Abolishes Itself, Deutschland Schafft Sich Ab…. Continue Reading →

German Foreign Ministry

On October 25, 2010, sixty-five years after the end of World War II, the German government released a 900-page report about the role of the German Foreign Ministry during the Nazi era. The report was commissioned in 2005 by former… Continue Reading →

The Savoy Hotel

On October 10, 2010 (10/10/10) at 10:10 A.M., the Savoy, one of London’s premier luxury hotels, reopened after a three-year, 220 million renovation. Many of the original Art Deco styles displayed in the hotel’s public rooms have been restored and… Continue Reading →

Hitler and the Germans

On Thursday, October 14, a museum in Berlin, Germany broke new ground by opening an exhibition, for the first time since World War II ended 65 years ago, about Adolf Hitler. The exhibition, “Hitler and the Germans” (Hitler und die… Continue Reading →

Winston Churchill

This blog will explore the historical background behind the novel, Captive at the Berghof by Linda and Gary Cargill. Winston Churchill is the first major historical figure to be probed. It is 1935. Winston Churchill, the famous orator and parliamentarian,… Continue Reading →

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