The Lone Assassin: The Incredible True Story of the Man Who Tried to Kill Hitler
The bomb went off successfully, killing eight people. Hitler was not one of them. This is the story, scene by scene, of the events that led up to Georg Elser taking justice into his own hands, his attempt to murder the Führer, and what happened after the bomb went off. The Lone Assassin is a powerfully gripping tale that places you in 1939, as you follow Elser from the Munich Beer Hall, across the border, and sadly, to the concentration camp, where his heroic life ended.
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Perhaps as thorough a study of the people involved and significance of the events as can be constructed. --Publishers Weekly" --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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