Ian Kershaw Writing Styles in Hitler

Ian Kershaw
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Perspective

The story is written in the third-person point of view from a historical perspective. The author presented the information not as a story but as a historical documentation of the life of Hitler and the events that put him in power over Germany. The author used a combination of historical facts and conjecture to make specific points. The book includes a list of works cited and that list is very lengthy. Among the more prominent works cited were those of Hitler himself and of several who were in close contact with him during various points of his life. However, the author pointed out that some of these perspectives may be skewed and therefore may not be reliable. An example of this occurs when the author cited the words of man who had shared an apartment with Hitler when they were both young men. By the time this source's...

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