Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth

Pan Macmillan, 26.01.2017
From 1942 Speer was the second most powerful man in the Reich and Hitler’s right-hand man. Gitta Sereny, through twelve years of research and through many conversations with Speer, his friends and colleagues, reveals how Speer came to terms with his own acts and failures to act, his progress from moral extinction to moral self-education and the question of his real culpability in the Nazi crimes.

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Nutzerbericht  - MasseyLibrary - LibraryThing

Albert Speer, "Hitler's architect" and the Minister of Armaments and War Production (after his predecessor's death in 1942), is the only high-ranking Nazi official who accepted, really, any blame for ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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This book is a masterpiece of intellectual biography. If you have an interest in WWII or National Socialism--especially the operational aspects of the war for Speer was head of war material toward the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Über den Autor (2017)

Gitta Sereny is a Hungarian-born biographer, historian and journalist. Her works include Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth.

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