This revised and expanded edition has important new data. Reviewers of the earlier edition said:
My observations of Hitler and my experiences wet him as his close associate convince me that Professor Heston has come to the correct conclusions. Albert Speer
Contributes significantly to our understanding of this complex and despised man. Clearly written with sufficient explanation of medical material. D.W. Swanson, MD, Mayo Clinic Proceedings
Leonard Heston, a distinguished psychiatrist of international standing, has produced a very readable, well researched medical history of Hitler.
Alan Emery, MD, British Medical Journal
A truly engrossing book that makes readers feel they are glimpsing new and intimate views of a monumental figure. Fascinating and excellent.
American Academy of Political and Social Science Annals
I accept the diagnostic and medical conclusions. The evidence of amphetamine intoxication is massive.
Rubin Berman, MD, Minnesota Medical Bulletin
Remarkable. The definitive book on Hitler's health.
William Nolan, MD author of The Making of a Surgeon
A welcome detailed study documented with unusual cart. A fascinating read. Literary Journal