Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives
Cover of the first edition
|Subject||Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin|
|Media type||Print (paperback)|
Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives is a 1991 book by Alan Bullock, in which Bullock puts Adolf Hitler in perspective with Joseph Stalin. Bullock analyses inner doctrine that made victory and unparalleled terror possible. While theorizing the lives of Hitler and Stalin, he prompts the reader with importance of German-Russian axis in the first half of the century.
- "Books of The Times; Hitler and Stalin: A Double Portrait of Tyrants". The New York Times.