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Empire of Thieves By Roy Bainton
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In April 1945, Himmler's SS robbed Germany’s National Depository, the Reichsbank. As well as the tons of gold bullion, millions in currency, jewels and other valuables, the Nazis already had... More > billions of dollars’ worth of art, stolen from doomed Jewish families, hidden away in the mountains of Bavaria and Austria. 70 years later, Kurt Kohler,art hunter and researcher, travels the world looking for works to retrieve and return to their owners’ descendants. But when an old farmer tries to sell a batch of ancient gold coins, Kohler is called in and the hidden history of one of the most feared organisations of the 20th century is revealed. Kohler's investigations raise a question: what if Reichsführer-SS, Heinrich Himmler, who supposedly committed suicide with a cyanide capsule at Luneberg, Germany in May 1945 was not Himmler at all, but his terrified double? The official Himmler file at the UK’s National Archives is embargoed until 2045. But Kurt Kohler unearths the truth … and much more besides.< Less
Into the Darkness By T Lothrop Stoddard
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Stoddard was sent on assignment by the North American Newspaper Alliance to report on wartime conditions in Nazi Germany in October 1939. Titled to describe the aerial blackout conditions Stoddard... More > experienced in Germany, is an astonishingly objective and dispassionate account of the home front of Nazi Germany in 1939. Stoddard gained access to Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Robert Ley, Wilhelm Frick, Walter Darré, Eugen Fischer, Fritz Lenz, and Hans F. K. Günther, and many other Nazi leaders. Among the unique insights in this book: - The only English-language firsthand physical description of Hitler; - The workings of a German eugenics court; - The trials and tribulations of civilian Germans at war; - The real attitude of Germans to the war; - The German Labor Front, the Winter Help, the Hitler Youth and women in the Third Reich; - The economic policies of the Third Reich; - The treatment of Jews inside Nazi Germany; and much more besides.< Less
Into the Darkness By T Lothrop Stoddard
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Stoddard was sent on assignment by the North American Newspaper Alliance to report on wartime conditions in Nazi Germany in October 1939. Titled to describe the aerial blackout conditions Stoddard... More > experienced in Germany, is an astonishingly objective and dispassionate account of the home front of Nazi Germany in 1939. Stoddard gained access to Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Robert Ley, Wilhelm Frick, Walter Darré, Eugen Fischer, Fritz Lenz, and Hans F. K. Günther, and many other Nazi leaders. Among the unique insights in this book: - The only English-language firsthand physical description of Hitler; - The workings of a German eugenics court; - The trials and tribulations of civilian Germans at war; - The real attitude of Germans to the war; - The German Labor Front, the Winter Help, the Hitler Youth and women in the Third Reich; - The economic policies of the Third Reich; - The treatment of Jews inside Nazi Germany; and much more besides.< Less
What Was the Gestapo Under the Nazi Party? By History Editors
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An excellent account of the gestapo under the Hitler nazi party.
What Was the Gestapo Under the Nazi Party? By History Editors
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An excellent account of the gestapo under the Hitler nazi party.
SOFTLY, SOFTLY, CATCHEE MONKEY By Lawrence Freeman
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A Berlin Homicide Detective at the time of the Nazi takeover becomes enmeshed in the SS web and is a player with Goering and Himmler as he rises through the ranks.
SOFTLY, SOFTLY, CATCHEE MONKEY By Lawrence Freeman
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A Berlin Homicide Detective at the time of the Nazi takeover becomes enmeshed in the SS web and is a player with Goering and Himmler as he rises through the ranks.
The Munich Witness By Craig C. Hall
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In September 1931, the unfortunate Artur Glauch witnesses the murder of Geli Raubel by her own uncle, Adolf Hitler. Soon the SS have disposed of Glauch and anyone he might have told of the crime, but... More > not before Glauch had hidden a copy of his witness statement at the central Munich railway station. Having been invited to Germany as a guest of Hermann Goering, Netherby Chase comes into possession of the statement and is determined to see justice done. However, Heydrich, the secret Thule Society and Himmler are prepared to do whatever is required to retrieve the damning document. Soon Chase is being pursued across Nazi Germany and Austria by SS agents. With his lover, Tatjana, dragged into the search by Himmler and Heydrich, how can she help Chase without endangering her own life. Can Chase free an innocent woman from the brutality of Dachau concentration camp without surrendering the vital document? This is the second adventure featuring Chase and Tatjana and takes place prior to 'The Romanov Society Affair'.< Less
The Hitler File (Excerpts) By Sam Vaknin
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What was in Hitler's personal file kept by the Nazi Party's own intelligence agency, the SD? Israel Sarid Roth, only son of two survivors of the Holocaust is about to find out, as a routine... More > assignment in Jerusalem plunges him into the center of a deadly nightmare.< Less
Rudolf Kasztner and Kurt Becher: The Sociopolitical Context of Kasztner’s September 1945 Affidavit By Christian Szabo
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Rudolf Kasztner's August 1947 affidavit is generally thought to represent his views about Kurt Becher, his Nazi partner in operations to rescue Jews during the final months of the Second World War.... More > This affidavit casts Becher as a heroic rescuer of Jews. Most scholars, however, have failed to situate Kasztner's "first affidavit" of September 1945 in its proper sociopolitical context. In this earlier affidavit Kasztner dismisses Becher as a villain and opportunist, which contradicts his "second affidavit" of August 1947. As a result, the first affidavit casts doubt on some of the scholarly assumptions that have arisen from Kasztner's August 1947 testimony. This paper is an effort to revisit Kasztner's September 1945 testimony and situate it in its proper sociopolitical context.< Less