Reading The Oster Conspiracy of 1938: The unknown story of the military plot to kill Hitler and avert World War II. The title says it all. It’s difficult to keep the generals separate, but the immensity of the situation overrides the importance of knowing names. Even though the ending is known in history, watching Chamberlain’s politicing and personal worries overshadowing his integrity (Some may argue with me) is keeping me reading until the end. Just watched Downfall about the last days of the Nazi regime and Hitler’s life and it vindicates those generals who recognized Hitler’s insanity early on. To read some WWII books recently donated to the Library, check our online catalog for the titles. Check out EPinions.com for an extended review of The Oster Conspiracy of 1938.