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Walter Schellenberg: The Memoirs of Hitler's Spymaster By Walter Schellenberg,

  • Title: Walter Schellenberg: The Memoirs of Hitler's Spymaster
  • Author: Walter Schellenberg
  • ISBN: 9781780122502
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This is a chilling memoir by the head of Hitler s Foreign Intelligence Service This unique account of Hitler s corrupt regime illuminates vividly than any other the deepening atmosphere of terror and unreality in which the Nazi leadership lived as the war progressed Schellenberg recounts with first hand knowledge the motivations and machinations surrounding the NaziThis is a chilling memoir by the head of Hitler s Foreign Intelligence Service This unique account of Hitler s corrupt regime illuminates vividly than any other the deepening atmosphere of terror and unreality in which the Nazi leadership lived as the war progressed Schellenberg recounts with first hand knowledge the motivations and machinations surrounding the Nazi Army s every move and offers vivid accounts of the countless incidents in which he played a major part including Heydrich s assassination, plans to kill Roosevelt and Stalin, and an attempt to kidnap the Duke of Windsor But this remarkable inside account is perhaps most memorable for its riveting portraits of Adolf Hitler, and the men whom Schellenberg calls, with stunning lack of irony, Hitler s willing executioners Heydrich, Himmler, Mueller, and Kaltenbrunner.
    Walter Schellenberg The Memoirs of Hitler s Spymaster This is a chilling memoir by the head of Hitler s Foreign Intelligence Service This unique account of Hitler s corrupt regime illuminates vividly than any other the deepening atmosphere of terror and

    One thought on “Walter Schellenberg: The Memoirs of Hitler's Spymaster”

    1. Excellent read Fascinating details from inside the SD While Schellenberg avoids sticky issues i.e the Holocaust , what he provides is enlightening, particularly his relationships with Heinrich, Himmler, and Canaris.

    2. Some interesting insights, although Schellenberg makes sure he distances himself from the really gruesome stuff and has a tendency to overestimate his importance.

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