Hitler, Triumphant

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
What if Hitler had won? It is with trepidation, but grave interest, that I dare to venture into what may have been if this man had achieved his goals. So follow my descent into the abyss of what could have been if that goddess Fate had remained by Hitler's side until the end.
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 69,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458152756
About Matthew Moses

Author of five novels, Matthew Moses has multiple degrees in the fields of Political Theory, History, Psychology, and Medicine. Having lived overseas as well as on both coasts of the United States, he has a breadth of life experience and a wealth of dreams to draw upon for his novels with many more in the works.

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Review by: Gabriel Shepard on June 04, 2011 :
I have to dispute the prior review. This is historically accurate up until around 1924 or so and then it diverts. The prior review reports that it isn't realistic. This is alternate history. It relies on those involved thinking differently, taking different choices, etc.

I have a degree in history and this novel actually made few changes. It takes into consideration very real alternate military campaigns (Raeder's North Africa campaign vs. Sea Lion) and removes other obstacles (the author clearly not having FDR as president in the 1940s if Dewey is president during the German attack).

There are too many people out there who either write really bad Nazi wank or who believe the Germans were way too extremist and radical to win. This novel does a good job of balancing the two views and presenting a possible what if. You may not like a victorious Hitler, but his failure was not always a certainty. Give it a peek. It's free afterall. I gave it a chance and loved it.
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Review by: W. Addison Gast on April 23, 2011 :
Vain attmpt to rewite history by making Adolph survic=ve into the 50/s........Won't work. If the guy had survived, he would have been hunted and shot by Simon
Weisenthau. Factual enough when it comes to the developement of the electric torpedo but beyond that, the fantesy--not research---becomes streached.
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