The Hitler Bloodline: Uncovering the Fuhrer's Secret Family
Join author David Gardner as he traces the genealogy of history's most notorious dictator in this revelatory World War 2 biography
A family history haunted by a sinister past. The name Hitler is remembered around the world as the Nazi leader responsible for the deadliest war in modern history. But what about those who share the same last name? Who was the Hitler family, and where are they now? Crime journalist David Gardner investigates these questions in The Hitler Bloodline, a family tree book into how Adolf Hitler shaped the lives and legacy of his siblings and their descendants.
Over a century of stories to share. Discover a new side of history with what family life was like before and after the Fuehrer. Starting long before a young Hitler came into the picture, get to know the parents and the older siblings who grew up with the most notorious man in European history. And with the personal accounts of extended family members during and after World War 2, The Hitler Bloodline shares what it was like for the surviving descendants to break away from their family's darkest shadow. With new details and surprising revelations in David Gardner's historical research, learn how generations of a family can be impacted by the legacy of their surname to this very day.
Inside, you'll also find:
- A genogram of past and present household members
- How Hitler's nephew joined the United States Navy
- If the Hitler family has Jewish ancestry
- The identity of an alleged son
If you liked World War 2 biographies such as Fatherland, The Splendid and the Vile, or The Best New True Crime Stories: Crimes of Famous & Infamous Criminals, you'll love The Hitler Bloodline.
- Publisher: Mango
- Publish Date: Apr 9th, 2024
- Pages: 320
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
- EAN: 9781684815609
- Categories: • Political• Genealogy & Heraldry• Wars & Conflicts - World War II - European Theater
About the Author
David Gardner is an investigative journalist and bestselling author known for his work around the world. Since his time as the first British reporter in Baghdad during the Gulf War, he has traveled the world in pursuit of the next global event. Gardner's work includes working as a foreign correspondent and PR consultant for the Daily Mail in Los Angeles, as well as a Newsweek editor until 2021. His most popular works include the Sunday Times bestseller The 9/11 Conspiracy Theories (2021), The Tom Hanks Enigma (John Blake Publishing, 2007) Legends: Murder, Lies and Cover-Ups (John Blake Publishing, 2016), and The Last of the Hitlers (2001). Today, Gardner divides his time between Los Angeles and the United Kingdom.