Hitler's War

Hitler's War is a biographical book by David Irving. It describes the Second World War from the point of view of Adolf Hitler.

It was first published in April 1977 by Hodder & Stoughton (ISBN 0-340-16747-5) and Viking Press (hardcover, ISBN 0-670-37412-1). Avon Books reissued it in 1990 (paperback, ISBN 0-380-75806-7). In 2002, Focal Point Publications published a revised illustrated edition, combined together with his The War Path, as a 1024-page hardcover (ISBN 1-872197-10-8).

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