Everyone knows the story of Adolf Hitler after he came to power. Very few know the story of Hitler before he became Chancellor of Germany. Even fewer know of Hitler’s battle with the only real challenge to his ambitions, the newspaper called “the Munich Post.”
The fearless reporters and staff of the Munich Post were the first to focus on Hitler and his organized crime syndicate. From his very beginnings in beer-hall backrooms in the early 1920s, to the day in 1934, when Hitler became Germany’s head of state with the title of Führer und Reichskanzler the Munich Post was there, tangling with him, ridiculing him, investigating him, and exposing the dark side of his party and the murderous criminal behavior of its members, masquerading as a political movement.
The drama of their struggle has been lost to history… until now.