Hans Litten, a courageous German-Jewish lawyer who defended civil rights in the Weimar Republic, was one of the only people to ever cross-examine Hitler on the witness stand, and the only one to reduce him to helpless rage. This book is a dramatic account of that trial, and the gripping and definitive story of a fascinating figure-forgotten today-of anti-Nazi resistance.

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