Between 1925 and 1945, thousands of ordinary Germans wrote letters to Adolf Hitler, many of them gushing love letters, though there were a few dissenters. The Soviet Secret Police carted the letters off to Moscow at the end of the war, and they were lost for decades. A large cache of these letters was recently discovered in the KGB Special Archive. Letters to Hitler, edited by University of Halle lecturer Henrik Eberle, is the first volume to be published in English. A look at these fascinating and often disturbing testimonies will give you a chill, and add to our understanding of the mysterious and charismatic power of Hitler.