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Conjuring Hitler review
In his important book, Conjuring Hitler: How Britain and America Made the Third Reich, Dr. Preparata has displayed an impressive ability to handle a variety of issues and an ability to present a complex history in a clear and readable way. Conjuring Hitler provides a rich and dense treatment of some quite complicated and extremely significant events. It is an unusual achievement. He handles difficult topics with skill and thoroughness, ranging from (circa p. 129) his discussion of the relationship between gold and monetary policy. He has woven together a mass of information relating to national and international economic and political developments in the roughly twenty-five years leading up to World War Two. The book as a whole adds greatly to our knowledge of two factors relevant to the rise of Hitler –the economic forces shaping the circumstances of that rise and the role of external pressures
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