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by Leonard L. Heston
Leonard and Renate Heston's study The Medical Casebook of Adolf Hitler illuminates the darkest and most baffling aspects of Hitler's behavior. Militarily and domestically, he ruled with a rigidity that defied reason.
Leonard and Renate Heston's study The Medical Casebook of Adolf Hitler illuminates the darkest and most baffling aspects of Hitler's behavior. Toward the end of the war Hitler's closest companions watched as he succumbed to ever-increasing episodes of indecision, irritability, paranoia, and delusion. Leonard and Renate Heston's study reveals a man who required almost constant attention for a variety of ailments.
Leonard Hestons wife is the co-author. She is German and thus can read and understand the medical records written by Hitlers doctor who prescribed and sometimes concocted the meds with drugs. I had read other books saying the medical records were given to the French for safe-keeping and were subsequently lost. This book however says that Renate(wife and RN, born and raised in Breslau) was able to read the microfilmed records. This was exciting to know the records were microfilmed before they were lost
Albert Speer Contributes significantly to our understanding of this complex and despised man. Clearly written with sufficient explanation of medical material. This is a professional level "work up" of Adolf Hitler's medical situation from about 1936 and Hitler's eventual suicide at the end of WW-II.
This list of books by or about Adolf Hitler is an English only non-fiction bibliography. There are thousands of books written about Hitler; therefore, this is not an all inclusive list. The list has been segregated into groups to make the list more manageable. Hitler's Second Book: The Unpublished Sequel to Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler. Enigma Books: New York, 2006. ISBN 978-1-929631-61-2).
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Manufacturer: Cooper Square Press Release date: 1 May 2000 ISBN-10 : 0815410662 ISBN-13: 9780641733505.
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convinced me that Professor Heston and his wife have come to the correct conclusion.
The Medical Casebook of Adolf Hitler: His Illnesses, Doctors, and Drugs Format: Hardcover Authors: Leonard L. Heston, Renate Heston ISBN10: 081282718X Published: 1980-04-01 Nothing so much as my own descriptions from that period convinced me that Professor Heston and his wife have come to the correct conclusion.
Heston, Leonard L. Heston, Renate 1936-. Hitler, Adolf 1889-1945. Physical description.