In This Review

Hitler: a Study in Tyranny
Hitler: a Study in Tyranny
By Alan Bullock
Harper, 1953, 776 pp

While it is perhaps impossible for a sane man ever to plumb the full depths of the Hitlerian personality, this scholarly and balanced biography is certainly the best single book on the Führer. Covering the whole of Hitler's life, and making extensive use of the abundant sources--especially the Nuremberg trials--Mr. Bullock, Censor of St. Catherine's, Oxford, has contributed most valuably to our picture of the Nazi era.