Hitler Facts is developing alongside Did Hitler Eat Strawberry Cake the first in a series of books taking a light-hearted and imaginative look at tyranny. The series starts with with one of history’s most frightening tyrants Adolf Hitler.
Written for a popular audience, Did Hitler Eat Strawberry Cake is peppered with interesting facts and nuggets of information that are communicated to its audience in a range of publishing styles. There are stories written in the third person narrative, short essays considering key arguments surrounding Hitler and candid discussions about his personality and character. The essays and stories are softened with a large number of images and explanatory box-outs, which are also tempered by interlocking chapters containing witty and informative Top Tens, and annotated pictorial guides to Hitler. While Did Hitler Eat Strawberry Cake is emphatically History light, the research upon which it is grounded is extensive and is derived from: distinguished biography, academic journals and historical and media archives. Did Hitler Eat Strawberry Cake is written in jargon free language that helps maintain a friendly, but authoritative tone of voice. The aim of the approach is to convey a sound and trusted working knowledge of the relevant histories, without making the author sound too much cleverer than the reader.
There are extracts from Did Hitler Eat Strawberry Cake here and if you want to read more from the book, upload content and enter the private area of the site please sign-up to Hitler Facts. The book has also been designed so that the reader may dip into it at any point and immediately find something of interest. Did Hitler Eat Strawberry Cake presents aspects of Hitler and the surrounding history, in ways that an academic, or heavier biographical approach, would fail to communicate to a popular audience. Future titles take a fresh look at: Gadaffi, Bin laden, Hussein, Amin, Pol Pot, Stalin, Henry the VIII and Genghis Khan.
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