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Hitler's Spy Princess: The Extraordinary Life of Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe By Martha Schad Angus McGeoch,

  • Title: Hitler's Spy Princess: The Extraordinary Life of Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe
  • Author: Martha Schad Angus McGeoch
  • ISBN: 9780750935142
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe 1891 1972 was an unofficial go between at the highest level of international politics, conveying secret messages and setting up meetings involving Hitler, Goering, Lord Halifax, Lord Rothermere, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and, later, US Presidents Kennedy and Johnson Yet her origins were far from aristocratic The illegitimate daughPrincess Stephanie von Hohenlohe 1891 1972 was an unofficial go between at the highest level of international politics, conveying secret messages and setting up meetings involving Hitler, Goering, Lord Halifax, Lord Rothermere, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and, later, US Presidents Kennedy and Johnson Yet her origins were far from aristocratic The illegitimate daughter of a Jewish woman from Prague and a Jewish moneylender, Stephanie always claimed to be of pure Aryan descent A shameless social climber, she had a child by the Emperor s son in law and acquired her title by marriage to another Austro Hungarian prince Employed by Lord Rothermere, her most important assignment was to bring Rothermere and Adolf Hitler together Hitler awarded her the Gold Medal of the Nazi Party, a unique honor for any woman, let alone one generally known to be Jewish Divorced since 1920, Stephanie had conducted a string of affaires with rich and influential men In 1937 she began an intense relationship with Fritz Wiedemann, Hitler s adjutant When Hitler learned of this he dispatched Wiedemann to the post of Consul General in San Francisco, where Stephanie joined him in 1939 In 1941, she managed to avoid being deported as a spy by seducing the head of the US immigration authority After the war, Stephanie began a completely new career as a journalist for several publications including Axel Springer s Stern magazine, for whom she secured the Kennedy and Johnson interviews.
    Hitler s Spy Princess The Extraordinary Life of Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe was an unofficial go between at the highest level of international politics conveying secret messages and setting up meetings involving Hitler Goering Lor

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    1. This is the story of a woman who wanted to climb the social and political ladders of the world It didn t matter how she did it nor who she slept with to get there She was a con artist and I was surprised by how many men she was able to make do her bidding She did not appear to have any loyalities to anyone other than herself.The text read like a history book and I would find myself day dream at times and have to re read pages.

    2. U jsem toho sly ela spoustu o Hitlerovi a lidech, kte s n m m li n co spole n ho a pom hali mu s t m, co tady v Evrop p chal Ale jm no Stephanie von Hohenlohe jsem sly ela poprv a samoz ejm jsem byla zv dav , co byla tato ena za A e jsem chv lemi v n koukalaStephanie byla bezesporu c lev dom ena V d la, kam a ke komu se chce dostat a pro la lo nicemi mnoha v znamn ch mu sv doby Okouzlila t m ka d ho, s k m se setkala A tak nen p ekvapen m, e se jedn m z jej ch ctitel stal i samotn Adolf Hitler, [...]

    3. I was disappointed by this book The Extraordinary on the front page perked me up that it was going to be a fascinating read but it most certainly was not The author seemed to forget that she was talking about Stephanie half the time and was distracted by other people and there was too many of them so I didn t know who anyone was It spent too much time on the thirties then bypassed everything afterwards so six years in an Internment camp or something went by in a flash And I got the sense that th [...]

    4. Interesting historyThe Princess knew a lot of people and lived in complex times, especially between the two world wars The book does a good job reporting situations she was in But it gave me no sense of who she was, why she acted the way she did, why men were so taken with her.Also, no photos in the Kindle edition, though apparently the print edition has them The publisher and need to warn buyers when that s the case It s really irritating.

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