Hitler's Motor Racing Battles
The Silver Arrows under the Swastika
The story of the invincible 'Silver Arrows' is an enduring legend, but who remembers that in the 1930s the cars racing under this famous name were massively promoted by the Nazis?
Radio and TV journalist Eberhard Reuss paints a unique and richly illustrated portrait of the beginnings of German motor racing.
Stripping away the myths that surround Hitler's race-track battles, he reveals the deep involvement of the motor industry and its top sportsmen with the Nazi regime.
"Striking and interesting to read" Autocar
"It's an amazing story told in fascinating detail. This is a terrific read" Classic Car Mart
"Book of the month: A riveting read aided by a superb translation" Classic & Sports Car
"Compelling" autosport.comHardback, 238 x 169mm, 368 pages, 200 b&w illustrations