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Publisher's Summary

Did Stalin and the Soviet Union protect Hitler for billions in cash and scientific information and double cross Democratic nations? Unlike Bill O'Reilly's book that focuses on what the US politicians wanted everyone to believe, that Hitler died in a bunker, this book brings to light a few other possibilites.

FBI files that have finally been uncovered and other witnesses tell a very different story.

©2015 Glenn Langohr (P)2015 Glenn Langohr

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Last Days of Hitler

The author posits an alternative ending to Hitler's last days. More conjecture than evidentiary.

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  • 08-17-15

a paranoid Jew

the worst Hitler book ever
and he can't pronounce long words correctly
such deck and a waste of money
stick with the Charles River Editors books

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Narration so bad I wanted to vomit with rage

Would you try another book from Aaron Cohen and/or Glenn Langohr?

No. I would not. No.

What could Aaron Cohen have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

It sounded like Aaron recruited "this dude he'd heard about" named Glenn to come over and read his book into Aaron's laptop microphone, after which they exported to the lowest quality mp3 file (you know, to save space) and then fired it off to their publisher/parent(s).

What didn’t you like about Glenn Langohr’s performance?

By far, the highlight, speaking only for myself and one other person who was present at the time, was the "This Is Audible" tag. After that, we could not make it past the intro and into the third sentence. I feel bad to be so critical of the V/O, but I'm also critical of the fact that the V/O was so bad. Maybe, with time, Glenn can improve. But for now, we who paid actual money for the book deserved better.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

In fairness, I really can't answer this question.

Any additional comments?

Wow. Just...wow.