Ten Days to Die

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Ten Days to Die

By Michael A. Musmanno
Doubleday, 1950
276 pp. $3.50

A jurist at the Nuremberg trials, who interviewed many of Hitler's associates, gives a flamboyant account of the Führer's last days in the bunker--substantially the same story as that told more sedately by Trevor-Roper.

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