Hitler: A Study in Tyranny
|Publisher||Odhams Press Limited|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover and Paperback)|
|Pages||776 (1952 edition)|
Hitler: A Study in Tyranny was the first major historical study of the life of the Nazi dictator, Adolf Hitler. In 1992, The New York Times wrote: "First published in 1952, Alan Bullock's "Hitler: A Study in Tyranny" remains the standard biography of the dictator and a widely respected work on the Nazi movement in general". In 1998, Hitler expert Ian Kershaw described the book as a "masterpiece". In his 2007 book Cultural Amnesia, critic Clive James wrote: "Books about Hitler are without number, but after more than 60 years, the first one to read is still Alan Bullock's Hitler A Study in Tyranny."
- Encyclopædia Britannica Online – Alan Louis Charles Bullock; web 25 April 2013
- Books of The Times; Hitler and Stalin: A Double Portrait of Tyrants by Michiko Kakutani; New York Times; 3 April 1992.
- Ian Kershaw; Hitler 1889-1936 Hubris; Allen Lane/Penguin Press; 1998 p. xi
- Clive James; Cultural Amnesia: Notes in the Margin of my Time; Picador; 2007
- Bullock, Alan. "Hitler, A Study in Tyranny". Amazon.com. Harper & Row.
- Bullock, Alan (1962). Hitler, a Study in Tyranny. Library of Congress card catalog number 63-21045: Harper & Row.
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