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Last Stop Vienna
by Andrew Nagorski
Simon & Schuster, January 2002

Andrew Nagorski, an award-winning American writer of Polish descent who has reported frequently from Poland for Newsweek, has just published “Last Stop Vienna” (Simon & Schuster). Based on his extensive research into the early years of the Nazi movement, he explores Hitler’s appeal to ordinary Germans, the internal splits within the party, and Hitler’s twisted relationship with his niece Geli Raubal. In the process, he spins out a fascinating “what-if” plot, suggesting how one person might have changed the course of history.