The Face Of The Third Reich: Portraits Of The Nazi Leadership

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byJoachim E. Fest

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In these searing profiles the author dissects the lives of fifteen infamous Nazis—including Hermann Göring, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Martin Bormann, Ernst Röhm, Hans Frank, Rudolph Höss, Albert Speer, and Hitler himself. He also analyzes the archetypal roles of the officer corps, intellectuals, and women. This work provides fresh perspectives into how dysfunctional psyches, personal ambitions, and ruthless rivalries impacted the creation and evolution of Hitler's Third Reich.

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In these searing profiles the author dissects the lives of fifteen infamous Nazis—including Hermann Göring, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Martin Bormann, Ernst Röhm, Hans Frank, Rudolph Höss, Albert Speer, and Hitler himself. He also analyzes the archetypal roles of the officer corps, intellectuals, and women. This work provides f...

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In these searing profiles the author dissects the lives of fifteen infamous Nazis -- including Hermann Goring, Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Martin Bormann, Ernst Rohm, Hans Frank, Albert Speer, and Hitler himself. He also analyzes the archetypal roles of the officer corps, intellectuals, and women. This fascinating work provides ...

Joachim C. Fest is the author of Hitler and Plotting Hitler's Death: The Story of the German Resistance, 1933–1945. He lives in Germany.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.06 inPublisher:Da Capo BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:030680915X

ISBN - 13:9780306809156

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"Fest's system of organization, his biographical framework and his constant probing for insights into the nature of modern totalitarianism give his book a unique and powerful intensity". -- Wall Street Journal