Adolf Hitler once wrote: “History is not made by the words of the victors but by the deeds of the vanquished.”
Hitler, the founder of the Third Reich, has long been known for his prolific writing and has published over 100 books, including “The German People’s History,” “Hitler: The True Story” and a collection of essays on his life.
According to a biography published in 2009 by German publication Süddeutsche Zeitung, Hitler spent years on the road as an itinerant poet, journalist, and author before finally being appointed as the chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945.
The biography noted that Hitler wrote a number of books about his time in power before returning to Germany, including his autobiography, Mein Kampf, which was published in 1949.
In the early 1940s, Hitler was imprisoned in a concentration camp, and his writings were published in German.
He was released in 1961.