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Hitler's English Girlfriend: The Story of Unity Mitford (Anglais) Broché – 15 septembre 2012

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A free-spirited rebel from the start, Unity will do and say just about anything to get herself in trouble. She's different, an outsider. In Adolf Hitler, she finds her idol of nonconformity. But soon her mind is also brainwashed by his racist ideology. She becomes obsessed with seeking to win his love, and she wants to make her native England and his Germany become as one to prevent another world war. If she can achieve these goals, she will be the happiest woman in the world. If not, she plans to end her life. Basing his account on the known facts, David Rehak tells the shocking story of Unity Mitford, an English girl who turned into Hitler's most beloved groupie and most unlikely intimate friend. Through Rehak's compelling narrative, we learn about a truly strange and fascinating young girl and her extraordinary relationship with perhaps the most evil and mysterious man in world history.

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David Rehak has written ten books including A Young Girl's Crimes and the true crime story Did Lizzie Borden Axe For It? which examined the story of one of the world's most notorious killers.

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't waste your time and money on this book 7 septembre 2014
Par Word Mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I expected some information here when I ordered the book. What I got was a poorly written non-documented tale. The author claims he wanted to get into the mind of this woman. What he offers are imagined conversations and thoughts that read as if they belong to a pre-teen girl. He gives no real details. It would appear that I know more about the subject than this author with his supposedly thorough research does. This is not biography--it is some guy's version of what he thinks she felt and thought. Don't waste your time and money on this book. You will learn nothing. You want to learn about Unity Mitford?, read Lovell's work.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not worth reading 25 août 2012
Par Kenn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is a truly awful account of the life of Unity Mitford. Clearly written by a man with little understanding of the period, her background and of the Mitford family itself. The author appears to be writing for adolescents and the book has no historical or literally merit. He claims he has researched Unity Mitford and her family and is recounting what she may have done or said based on his "research". I find it hard to believe that any of the Mitford's would use the current jargon put into their mouths by Mr. Rehak. I am flabbergasted this author (and I use that word loosely) was able to find a publisher to print such claptrap. Let me suggest you save your money on this awful waste of paper and if you are interested in Unity and her family buy one of the many excellently executed biographies of the family. All in all if I could I would ask for my money back.
1.0 étoiles sur 5 A waste of money 11 octobre 2014
Par Mark Heaton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I am driven to write this review in protest at this literary rubbish trying to masquerade as non-fictional account of Unity Mitford. In summary the book is dreadful, it is both poorly written, and has no factual value. The author tells you on the first page that he read many books ‘full of reliable information’ in preparation this factual-based story. And this is all it is; a fiction with a few common facts thrown in an attempt to legitimise and fuel the author’s imagination on the subject. Don’t be mislead this is nothing but pure fantasy. Don’t waste your time or money on this nonsense.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Such a Nasty Renegade! 8 juillet 2012
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Waiting for the USA Amazon.com page to offer the opportunity to review David Rehak's newest book HITLER'S ENGLISH GIRLFRIEND: THE STORY OF UNITY MITFORD as usual sends readers from the other side of the pond to Amazon.co.uk to seek the answer for the delay. And what a surprise to see the varying responses to Rehak's 'non-fiction novel'! But then time and proximity to the Germany that for a while belonged to Hitler's mad mind and the subsequent destruction of so much of the beauty of England and the enormous loss of lives certainly gives a different perspective to a book about an English girl who likely represents much of the painful memories that persist. Not being a Brit this reader read the story with a slightly different view: not having heard about the sassy Miss Mitford (we all do know of Eva Braun) makes the book more of a novel than a biography and as such it is far more interesting than had we known about the person Unity Mitford.

Rehak takes us from the wealthy childhood background of this strange girl, shares with us how she was always a bit on the sociopathic side, allows us to watch her gradually grow into a woman consumed with an irresponsible and near neurotic passion for Adolph Hitler, how that created schisms in her already embarrassed family, bonded her to her equally strange sisters Jessica and Diana who reacted to Communism, Fascism, and those in charge of the factions that bred them, and we accompany her to Munich and her proximity to her adored Hitler. She became proficient in German, donned the heinous cloak of anti-Semitism, and then balked when her many meetings with Hitler did not result in her capturing the complete attention and returned love of the Führer. Eva Braun assumed the role she treasured. Throughout this part of the book Rehak has inserted many photographs of the distasteful Unity Mitford along with images of those around her. As war became imminent and Hitler planned attacks on England in 1939, Mitford attempted suicide and was returned to England where she eventually spent her days in quasi-isolation until her death in the form of reactive meningitis in 1948.

For the reader who is unfamiliar with all of the facts of this rather repugnant, mentally warped British girl's involvement with Hitler and the accompanying insanity of WW II this story is a fascinating one. No, Rehak is not a brilliant novelist, but he does usually manage to get a fairly solid grip on his characters and unveil them like the dispersal of Salome's veils. It is a moment in history colored by many hard feelings and at no time does the reader find anything about Unity Mitford to like. But there she is, like it or not, and it is 'entertaining' to hear about a girl so malfocused on evil that we can look back with more than just a simple tsk-tsk. Rehak has accomplished that, and if all the facts are not true then he as cautioned us in the beginning that this is a 'non-fiction novel'. Grady Harp, July 12
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't Go There! David Rehak's Bio Reveals His Own Obsession with & Imagination of Unity Mitford's World 15 novembre 2015
Par Astrid - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Hoping for an addition to my "Mitford Library," I began reading "Hitler's English Girlfriend" by David Rehak. After two pages read, I looked at this hoax of a "biography" and returned it post haste. Rehak's version of Unity Mitford is out right comical (in the darkest sense) and, if his intent was to make a caricature of this trouble young woman from HIS perspective, he succeeded. Researched? I think not but for the bare facts (i.e. British aristocratic girl, obsessed with Hitler and fascism, in the midst of WWII); the rest of Rehak's bio is written as if he were there, with Unity, putting words in her mouth, etc. Also, Rehak's obsequious manner of penning Unity's bio seems to reveal that HE, most likely unbeknownst to himself, is obsessed with Unity Mitford.
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