Hitler's Demons/An Obsolete Honor:

A Novel of the German Resistance to Hitler

In 1938, all of Germany seems to be captivated by the pied piper from Austria, Adolf Hitler, but  Philip Baron von Feldburg is a German officer deeply distressed by the policies of the Nazi government. While his younger brother is thrilled to be flying the Luftwaffe's latest fighter, his sister marries a self-made man with good Nazi connections and soon one Nazi victory follows another. Philip feels increasingly isolated -- until he meets Alexandra von Mollwitz, an attractive secretary working at General Staff HQ and Philip suddenly discovers that his concerns are shared by men in the very highest places in the German Army....

"Hitler's Demons is not your typical novel. Instead, it's more of a historical fiction reference guide, filled with deep characters and heart-wrenching side stories. Hitler's Demons makes known the sacrifices made by those who wanted to overthrow the Nazi regime and how hard life was during the WWII era. At the end of the book you'll find a helpful glossary of the German military ranks as well as a thorough Historical Note. Hitler's Demons would be a deeply moving read for the WWII buff, especially those who are familiar with the Germany of that time period. It's obvious that Schrader is a gifted historian, able to weave exciting fiction into believable truth. This is a great book for those who are already well-versed in WWII history." An Amazon Reviewer


"...a great read and one that I totally recommend. The author did a great job with all the tiny historical facts that other authors might neglect to acknowledge." An Amazon Reviewer



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