Adult Nonfiction DD247.H5 S34513 2009
Summary: 'It was my mistake to assume that I could unveil the 'true face' of Adolf Hitler. It is simply impossible, because he had so many . . . He was a mixture of lies and truth, of faithfulness and violence, of simplicity and luxury, of kindliness and brutality, of mysticism and reality, of the artist and the barbarian.' As secretary to the Fhere throughout the time of the Third Reich, Christa Schroeder was perfectly placed to observe the actions and behaviour of Hitler, along with the most important figures surrounding him. In her compelling memories she does not fail to deliver fascinating insights into the course of military and political events, the workings of Hitler's inner circle, and crucially into Hitler's personality and of those closest to him. This is, without any about, one of the most important primary sources from the pre-war and wartime period. Book jacket.
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