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You can tell a lot about a person by looking at their library, the books a person cherishes and spends time reading. TIMOTHY W. RYBACK, author, journalist and cofounder and co director of the Institute For Historical Justice and Reconciliation decided to look closely at the books owned by one of the most inscrutable figures of the Twentieth Century: Adolf Hitler!!! What can Hitler’s library tell us about his inner life, and what inspired his twisted and virulent anti-Semitism and his perverse notions of German society? Tune in for an intimate, frightening and fascinating peek into the monstrous mind of the architect of National Socialism. Ryback’s book is titled: HITLER’S PRIVATE LIBRARY: THE BOOKS THAT SHAPED HIS LIFE.