There were many innocent victims of Hitler’s reign of terror. But one group is often overlooked: the children of Germany. When the Nazis take away Max’s handicapped brother to help him “get better,” and then his brother dies of “the flu” in the hospital, Max doubts the new government of Germany is really there “to help the people.” Misgivings grow to loathing as Max is forced to join the Hitler Youth, and he continually sees his beloved Germany being destroyed by its own Fuhrer. As the draft age drops from age eighteen to sixteen, and then down to fourteen, he knows it’s only a matter of time until he will be forced to fight for Hitler—and that’s something his conscience forbids him to do. But to refuse would endanger his parents. The Hitler Dilemma is a WWII novel based on true events from the life of Max Adam, a young boy who grew up in Nazi Germany faced with the dilemma of serving Hitler or serving his conscience, and how his faith got him through.
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