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The Good Nazi: The Life and Lies of Albert Speer [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Dan Van Der Vat
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Oktober 1997
Albert Speer joined the inner Nazi circle in 19333 and was appointed Minister for Armaments in 1942. At Nuremberg, he accepted no direct knowledge of Nazi war crimes, but this book relates how he personally ordered the eviction of 75,000 Jews, the first stage in the Holocaust.
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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 416 Seiten
  • Verlag: Houghton Mifflin; Auflage: US. (Oktober 1997)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 039565243X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0395652435
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 24,3 x 16,5 x 3,4 cm
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Explores the life of this seemingly penitent participant in the Holocaust who, in fact, ordered the eviction of 75,000 German Jews.

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BERTHOLD KONRAD HERMANN ALBERT SPEER was born at 11.15 a.m. on 19 March 1905, at number 19, Prinz-Wilhelm-Strasse (later renamed Stresemannstrasse) in the city of Mannheim, at the confluence of the Rhine and the Neckar. Lesen Sie die erste Seite
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One of the great enigmas of The Nuremberg Trials from the reading I had done, was how Albert Speer escaped death, and instead went to prison and spent the better part of 2 decades a free man. Speer is known to many as The Architect Of The Third Reich. Known for his heavy Neo-Classic designs, he made for an ideal kindred spirit with the Corporal, who was a frustrated/failed architect. He became the man that would design, and then oversee construction of some of the largest, and some would say designs of questionable artistic merit, until Berlin began to be reduced to the post war rubble pile it was destined to become. Many of the planned buildings and monuments would dwarf buildings even by today's standards. While the war made redecorating the homes of the Nazi elite, and Hitler's projects increasingly difficult and then impossible, Speer never lacked work.
The net result of Speer's greatest contribution to the Nazi war effort was his remarkable ability as a manager of production, which actually lengthened the War. By any measure Speer was responsible for countless deaths that otherwise would never have happened had he not been one of Hitler's zealots, one of those mesmerized and totally loyal to the Corporal. The production of war material actually increased under the direction of Speer, and did so as the War was winding down. Production of weapons was actually at some of its highest levels at various times later, rather than earlier in the War.
None of the incredible feats of production he was able to conjure despite seemingly hopeless odds, match the odds he beat when his life was at a very high probability of ending at Nuremberg.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Surely This is Not a Mandatory Reading 30. September 1999
If you are researching on Albert Speer, you might as well read Gitta Sereny's book biography. If you already read Sereny's book, this one will be boring for you until the 17th chapter. The weak points about The Good Nazi are: The author did not succeed in interviewing Speer. Dan van der Vat tries then to say this is a good thing by saying that this way he avoided getting under Speer's spell. His only one acchievement was to reveal that Speer tried to hide from the public some information about decisions he toke on Berlin evacuation of jews apartments by trying to destroy the original Chronicle of his activities at the GBI. The book is good in showing how Speer worked hard after Spandau release to build an image for himself of an apolitical member of the 3rd Reich, not involved in its racial policies.That is all it will add to you, if you know Sereny's book. Concentrating his work in trying to destroy this effort done by Speer instead of making a more deeper research on his time at the Nazi government makes the book sounds like Speer was more important after Spandau than in the Reich itself, for the historians and researchers of Nazism. Finally, as Gitta Sereny, the author could not bring up any document or testimony to prove and show how much commited Speer was with the Holocaust and the deportations, being able only to discuss that he knew it by his position in the leadership of the Reich Government.The book is written in an ironic and sarcastic tone which I did not like.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Well done, but falls short of other books on Speer 31. Dezember 1998
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It is too easy and historically dishonest to deny Nazi party members any humanity. All too often historians depict these people as monsters. Even though Van der Vat does not demonize Speer, he does however present a less than complete picture of Speer as a high-ranking Nazi and as a human being. For those doing research on Speer or the Nazi party, a better book would be Gitta Sereny's "Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth." Van der Vat's greatest strength is his writing style. This book is surely a good read, but beyond that he misses the complexity of Speer, that was crucial to his motivations within the Nazi party. To demonize these men removes them from human experience, which presents them and the Nazi regime as a mere glitch in German history. Van der Vat's book does not rise above this flaw. However, this book would be most useful for spot research for facts and numbers alone, as opposed to a rich interpretation of history and Speer, the Nazi "Architect."
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