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Hitler"s Mountain

The Fuhrer, the Obersalzberg And the American Occupation of Berchtesgaden

by Arthur H. Mitchell

  • 84 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by McFarland & Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: from c 1900 -,
  • Military,
  • History,
  • History - Military / War,
  • Germany,
  • Europe - Germany,
  • Military - World War II,
  • History / World,
  • Military - General,
  • 1889-1945,
  • Berchtesgaden (Germany),
  • Hitler, Adolf,,
  • Homes and haunts,
  • Obersalzberg Region,
  • Obersalzberg Region (Germany)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8139383M
    ISBN 100786424583
    ISBN 109780786424580

    DC writer Irmgard A. Hunt is one of these now-grown children. Born in , she lived her first 11 years literally in the shadow of Hitler: She grew up in the Bavarian village of Berchtesgaden, site of .


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On Hitler's Mountain is more than a memoir - it is a portrait of a nation that lost its moral compass. It is a provocative story of a family and a community in a period and location in history that, though it is fast becoming remote to us, has important resonance for our own time/5().

Irmgard Hunt steps through daily life in Berchtesgaden, her home town, which happened to be directly below Hitler's mountain headquarters. The book contains fascinating detail about This is a well-written memoir of a Nazi childhood, the fall of Germany during WWII, and the aftermath/5.

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It is a provocative story of a family Hitlers Mountain book a community in a period and location in history that, though it is fast becoming remote to us, has important resonance for our own time/5(). On Hitler's Mountain Quotes Showing of 7 “When I tried to sing by myself, I felt sad and empty, for inevitably my father's favorite songs came to me, and before I got to "und auf den Wiesen blühen die Blümelein rot und blau" (and on the meadows bloom the little flowers red and Hitlers Mountain book, I had to hide and : Irmgard A.

Hunt. On Hitler's Mountain is more than a memoir -- it is a portrait of a nation that lost its moral compass. It is a provocative story of a family and a community in a period and location in history that, though it is fast becoming remote to us, has important resonance for our own time.

This World War II book is unique because it's told from a child's viewpoint. The author was born in and her home was in the Bavarian mountain area of Berchtesgaden where Hitler had built Eagle's Nest, a fortified compound for him and his high-level commanders' families.5/5(5).

This reading guide is intended for adult discussion groups. Hitlers Mountain book For younger readers, visit Irmgard Hunt's website for a teacher's guide, suggested classroom activities, and a list of additional resources.

Introduction Born inIrmgard Hunt grew up in the Bavarian village of Berchtesgarden, in the shadow of Hitler's infamous "The Eagle's Nest.".  On Hitler’s Mountain shared the personal account of Irmgard Hunt, a Geman girl, which grew up on the same mountain that was Adolf Hitler’s alpine retreat.

In the memoir, “On Hitler’s Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood” by Irmgard A. Hunt, she provides an indispensable personal perspective, one that the author felt.

Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest sits high above the Obersalzberg on Kehlstein Mountain. The Eagle’s Nest photographed from the summit of adjacent Jenner Mountain.

Eva Braun was a frequent visitor to the building, and it was here in that her sister Gretl married Hitler’s SS. InHitler rented a pretty, alpine-style vacation home, Haus Wachenfeld, next door to the Hotel zum Türken. After becoming Chancellor of Germany inHitler purchased the house from the money he had made from Mein Kampf (a best seller) and lived there for a couple of years before starting a major expansion of the building.

The Berghof was Adolf Hitler's home in the Obersalzberg of the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, than the Wolfsschanze ("Wolf's Lair"), his headquarters in East Prussia for the invasion of the Soviet Union, he spent more time here than anywhere else during World War was also one of the most widely known of his headquarters, which were located throughout on: Obersalzberg.

Stunning photos revealing Adolf Hitler's lair are going on sale at an auction in Kent on Friday. The Berghof was Hitler's mountain residence and it became a German headquarters during WWII. Irmgard Hunt, "On Hitler's Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood" grew up in the shadow of Adolf Hitler's alpine headquarters in.

Inside Hitler's Mountain by Florian M. Beierl,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Irmgard Hunt talked about her memoir, [On Hitler's Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood], published by William Morrow. She recounted the.

On Hitler's Mountain is a powerful, intimate, riveting, and revealing account of a seemingly halcyon life lived mere paces from a center of evil and madness; a remarkable memoir of an "ordinary" childhood spent in an extraordinary time and place.

Born inIrmgard Hunt grew up in the picturesque Bavarian village of Berchtesgaden, in the shadow of the Eagle's Nest and near Adolf. About the Book. Adolf Hitler owed his initial success to his ability to capture the hearts of the German people.

That talent was largely due to his skill at creating a public persona, not only as a man of determination and effectiveness, but as a visionary and prophet. You're viewing: Hitler’s Mountain $. On Hitler's Mountain is more than a memoir — it is a portrait of a nation that lost its moral compass.

It is a provocative story of a family and a community in a period and location in history that, though it is fast becoming remote to us, has important resonance for our own time. The Gebirgsjager were proud to wear the Edelweiss, the famous badge that set them apart and distinguished them as Hitlers mountain men.

This superb book shows the Gebirgsjager in training and action from Poland, Norway and France, through Yugoslavia, the Eastern Front and in the closing stages of the : Pen and Sword. Hitler, they claim, escaped punishment and lived out his life in tranquillity in Patagonia until his death in at the age of The publisher billed the book as the result "of five years of.

On Hitler’s Mountain shared the personal account of Irmgard Hunt, a Geman girl, which grew up on the same mountain that was Adolf Hitler’s alpine retreat. She narrated her own and her familys story from how they lived through many important historical moments in German history.

Hitler's Mountain: The Führer, Obersalzberg and the American Occupation of Berchtesgaden. Arthur Mitchell. McFarland, - History - pages.

1 Review. Adolf Hitler owed his success to his remarkable ability to capture the hearts of the German people. That ability was largely due to his skill at creating a public persona, not only as a man 5/5(1).

The Gebirgsjager were proud to wear the Edelweiss, the famous badge that set them apart and distinguished them as Hitlers mountain men.

This superb book shows the Gebirgsjager in training and action from Poland, Norway and France, through Yugoslavia, the Eastern Front and in. The Secrets of Hitler’s Vacation Homes The Nazis created a wholesome, nature-loving image for Hitler at his mountain retreats.

We've never fully dismissed it. On Hitler's Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood by Irmgard A. Hunt About the Book On Hitler's Mountain is a powerful, intimate, riveting, and revealing account of a seemingly halcyon life lived mere paces from a center of evil and madness; a remarkable memoir of an "ordinary" childhood spent in an extraordinary time and place.

The seldom seen book "Adolf Hitlers Wahlheimat" contains wonderful illustrations of Hitlers mountain residence, the Berghof, one of them even shows Adolf Hitlers bed!. *SOLD* F - a - c. by Irmgard A. Hunt, reviewed & recommended.

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While Hitler was in power (–), Mein Kampf came to be available in three common editions. The first, the Volksausgabe or People's Edition, featured the original cover on the dust jacket and was navy blue underneath with a gold swastika eagle embossed on the cover.

The Hochzeitsausgabe, or Wedding Edition, in a slipcase with the seal of the province embossed in gold onto a parchment Author: Adolf Hitler. As for Hitler - he came to the Eagle's Nest only 14 times.

The thin mountain air made him feel ill. The Supreme Allied Commander, General Eisenhower, paid a visit at the end of the war. Nowadays the Eagle's Nest is the ultimate mountain restaurant for tourists. And black eagles really do. Get this from a library. Hitler's mountain troops.

[James Lucas] -- "Warfare in the mountains was unique- fighting in a vertical wilderness in which the objective of a nearby mountain peak meant a gruelling descent into the valley and an exausting ascent to the.

On Hitler’s Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood, by Irmgard A. Hunt. Harper Perennial, pp. in which the author describes her life in Berchtesgaden, Germany, during the years of Hitler’s regime.

The memoir “On Hitler’s Mountain: Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood,” by Irmgard A. Hunt, provides an indispensable personal perspective, one that the author was compelled to share. This is a valuable book, the writing of which must have been both painful and therapeutic, and a welcome addition to the huge bibliography of the darkest period in 20th century European history.

Rabbi Dr Charles H Middleburgh. Title: Microsoft Word - On Hitlers An affecting, revealing memoir of girlhood in the heart of the Third Reich.

Her parents gave her the definitively Germanic name of Irmgard, and small wonder: they lived in a “mountain paradise,” Berchtesgaden, where Hitler kept his Eagle’s Nest retreat and the Nazi leadership had villas and chalets.

View Essay - 20th century on Hitlers mnt. paper from HIS at Covenant College. In Irmgard Hunts book On Hitlers Mountain Overcoming the Legacy of a Nazi Childhood, She writes an honest and. The Berghof, Hitler’s mountain retreat Today, I read a news article here, which had the following quote: On Ma – with European cities ablaze and Jews being herded into ghettos – The New York Times Magazine featured an illustrated story on.

Get this from a library! Hitler's mountain: the Führer, Obersalzberg and the American occupation of Berchtesgaden. [Arthur Mitchell] -- "This work examines the political events that took place in Obersalzberg from the s until the U.S.

Army returned control of the area to the German government in Concentrating primarily on."From Haus Wachenfeld to the Berghof" Adolf Hitler's Home on the Obersalzberg, Part 2 -- the Berghof, To befit the head of state of a rapidly emerging world power country, plans were made to remodel Haus Wachenfeld in As early aswork had started on a vast system of bunkers, which would enable Hitler to continue his rule from beneath this mountain.

But only a few months later an airborne armada of nearly British bombers launched a massive attack on the Obersalzberg .