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June 15, 2001
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A book that radically re-examines the rise of Nazi Germany won the $40,500 Samuel Johnson Prize, Britain’s richest non-fiction literary award. The chairman of the judging panel described historian Michael Burleigh’s “The Third Reich: A New History” as a work of “authentic historical genius.”

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