INSIDE THE THIRD REICH BOOK
Almost thirty years later, I have just reread Albert Speer's “Inside the Third Reich.” To return to the books of my childhood is to yield to the strain. Inside the Third Reich is a memoir written by Albert Speer, the Nazi Minister of Subject: Excellent book for those seeking knowledge of the Nazi Government. I re- corded all the bad marks in the class book in my "Phoenix Calendar for . INSIDE THE THIRD REICH (10 I had to pay between three and four hundred.
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Inside the Third Reich (German: Erinnerungen, "Memories") is a memoir written by Albert Speer Jump to navigation Jump to search. This article is about the book. For the television film based on the book, see Inside the Third Reich (film). Inside the Third Reich book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Written by Hitler's Minister of Armaments and War Productio. From to , while serving the prison sentence handed down from the Nuremburg War Crimes tribunal, Albert Speer penned 1, manuscript pages of .
Organized improvisation: The new organizational scheme ; Goering's threat to resign ; Architect and technology ; Industrial self-responsibility ; Organization of the Ministry ; Successes -- Sins of omission: The technological war ; Efforts at full mobilization ; Party opposition ; More steel for the war ; Transportation crisis ; The muffed atom bomb -- Commander in Chief Hitler: Second man in the state: The new front ; Goering's deceptions ; The Ruhr dams ; Pinpoint bombing strategy ; The raids on Hamburg ; Ball bearings ; The enemy's strategic mistake ; The bombing of Berlin ; Hitler's mistakes ; Galland against Goering ; The flight from reality -- Hitler in the Autumn of Armaments work in occupied territories ; Agreement with the French ; Sauckel's reaction ; Speech to the Gauleiters ; Hitler lies to his generals ; Trip to Lapland ; Infantry program ; Trouble with Sauckel ; Goering's birthday.
Dangerous plots ; Convalescence ; The fighter aircraft staff ; Hitler's emotion and new estrangement ; Candidates for my office ; Thoughts of resignation ; Back at the Berghof ; Hitler yields ; Praise in The Observer -- The war thrice lost: Return to work ; Strategic bombing of fuel production ; Memoranda ; Rommel and coastal defense ; The invasion of Normandy begins ; Takeover of aircraft production ; Hitler's speech to the industrialists -- Blunders, secret weapons, and the SS: Operation Valkyrie: Talks with the conspirators ; The news reaches Goebbels ; In the center of the counterstroke ; Bendlerstrasse ; Meeting with Fromm ; Himmler calls on Goebbels ; Kaltenbrunner's visit ; On the conspirators' lists ; Aftermath ; Arrests ; Films of the executions -- Goebbels gains power ; Hitler loses authority ; Visits to the front ; September Anxiety over the postwar period ; Countermeasures ; Another memorandum ; Hitler's reply ; Hitler's death sentence upon industry -- Hitler's ultimatum: The Ruhr threatened ; Feverish travels ; Sabotage of orders ; Hitler's twenty-four-hour ultimatum ; An unread letter ; Hitler yields again -- The thirteenth hour: Stations of imprisonment: Flensburg ; Mondorf ; Versailles ; Kransberg ; Nuremberg -- Interrogations ; Collective responsibility ; Cross-examination -- The judgment ; The sentence ; My own fate ; Skepticism.
Origins and youth: Profession and vocation: Offer from Afghanistan ; Architect without commissions ; Boating tours ; The election of September 14, ; National socialism and the technical institute ; First Hitler rally ; Goebbels in the Sportpalast ; Joining the party -- 3.
My catalyst: Architectural megalomania: The Roehm putsch ; Papen expelled from his office ; Hindenburg's funeral ; First major assignment ; Theory of ruin value ; Cathedral of light ; Cornerstone layings ; Plans for Nuremberg ; Architecture of a Great Power -- 6.
Inside the Third Reich
The greatest assignment: The new Chancellery: The assignment ; Hitler's illness ; Morell ; Events of A day in the Chancellery: Our Empire style: The globe: Hitler's power center ; The biggest building in the world ; A Reichstag for one hundred forty million people ; Hitler's palace ; Fear of uprisings ; Empire style ; The globe -- Pages Ppi Fearing No Evil - favorite - October 17, Subject: Jonathan Price is spot on Oh there it is again.
That obsolete term of 'racist'.
Jonathan is spot on. The veil of the myth of the National Socialists is coming off, don't be a fool and try keep it on.
It is obvious who the real 'racists' are Excellent book for those seeking knowledge of the Nazi Government. Speer, as the reader will discover, is not given to facile self-exculpation.
Inside The Third Reich
When in defeat he finally came face to face with himself, with the bitter knowledge of what manner of man and what kind of state he had helped survive, he was as unrelenting toward himself as toward his collaborators. He told the court at Nuremberg, knowing that he risked his life when he said it, that as a member of Hitler's government he took full responsibility for the crimes committed, for the slave labor in the factories under his authority, for his collaboration with the SS when it provided concentration camp prisoners for his production lines, and his conspicuous role in a regime that killed-although with no direct help from him-six million Jews.
He had been accused on all four counts of the Nuremberg indictment: He fully accepted what lay behind the charges-the accusation that was mainly an echo of his own conscience-that he had served all too well as Minister of Armaments and War Production in a criminal state.
DJBad - favorite favorite favorite - October 23, Subject: Johnathan price you fool This world holds no place for idiots like you. Do your research albert speer lied about everything in front of the nurburg trails.
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He was Hitler's inside man The Fuhrer emerges as neither an incompetent nor a carpet-gnawing madman but as an evil genius of warped conceits endowed with an ineffable personal magic' New York Times show more.
An intellectual architect, he was befriended by Hitler in and for the next 12 years they maintained one of the most powerful and extraordinary relationships in the Nazi hierarchy. In Speer was appointed Armaments Minister and became second only to Hitler himself as a power on the home front. But in , Speer defied Hitler's scorched earth policy and began to plan his assassination.
At Nuremberg he was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Rating details.
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