Young Adolf is a novel written by author Beryl Bainbridge, and first published in 1978 by Duckworth. Presented as biographical fiction, the book's main character is 23-year-old Adolf Hitler. Hitler visits relatives in Liverpool, where he gets into serious trouble with the English.
The book was adapted for television as The Journal of Bridget Hitler in 1981.
- Bainbridge, Beryl (November 20, 1978). "Young Adolf". Duckworth. Retrieved November 20, 2019 – via National Library of Australia (new catalog).
- "Beryl Bainbridge". British Council Literature. British Council. Retrieved 2016-01-26.
- Bainbridge, Beryl (November 20, 1979). "Young Adolf". Braziller. Retrieved November 20, 2019 – via Google Books.
- Bainbridge, Beryl. Young Adolf. Carroll & Graf. ISBN 978-0786702589.
- Mike Royden: "Adolf Hitler - did he visit Liverpool during 1912-13?"
- Mike Royden, The Hitler Family of Liverpool, 'Tales From The 'Pool - A Collection of Liverpool Stories', Creative Dreams Publishing (UK) (2017)
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