Vender a Hitler by Robert Harris (Es Pop Ediciones)
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The cover also nicely echoes the eagle logo of 1930s-era German Adler typewriters:
In the combination with the typewriter, this association surely is evident. I’d like to add that the Adler company had used an eagle as their brand symbol long before the Nazi era. It was established in 1896 and manufactured typewriters from 1909 on. The stylized eagle on the book cover is directly patterned after the Parteiadler, i.e. the emblem of the Nazi Party, which is distinguished from the Reichsadler (the emblem of the Deutsches Reich) and the one by the typewriter manufacturer by looking to the right from the viewer’s point of view.
As I wrote, it merely echoes the brand symbol.