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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.
Gitta Sereny is a Hungarian-born biographer, historian and journalist. Her works include Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth.
I first read this substantial book shortly after release in 1997 and have to admit that I found the wandering non-linear narrative along with the regular deviations from the main... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mr. G. Robinson
Captivating analysis of a man who was devoted to Hitler, originally just an architect of average abilities whose organisational talents allowed him to maximise the arms output and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Fenton
My long time favourite book, read it many times before. A bedside book for mePublished 5 months ago by Gyda Wells
Such a brilliant book on so many levels. 720 gripping pages reflecting on a man at war with his conscience.
My Conclusions. - Speer was unquestionably a brilliant man. Read more