THE WOMAN WHO LIVED IN HITLER'S HOUSE by Pauline Kohler

THE WOMAN WHO LIVED IN HITLER'S HOUSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As lurid a piece of journaleseas I've seen. The inside story, as told by a servant, of Berchtesgaden, cesspool of tortures, perversion, erotica, etc. Intimate bits about Hitler and his guests -- not nice at all, at all. No man a hero to his valet -- and this is as tawdry a bit as can be imagined. Serialized in Liberty.

Pub Date: Aug. 22nd, 1940
Publisher: Sheridan House