An interesting read, but not an accurate tell all. Hoess wrote this autobiography while awaiting trial after the war, so you have to understand that he's not telling all the truth... Read morePublished 1 day ago by W. Allemon
I read this book and less than halfway through, I was feeling the people who edited and reviewed the autobiography were agenda driven. Just like the protagonist, Rudolf Hoess. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Richard
Definitely a must read for anyone studying the Holocaust. Like all of the Third Reich criminals, he was just following orders.Published 2 months ago by unhinged
Must read for history buffs. Self-aggrandizing weasel who, like Eichmann, only followed orders and blamed everyone but himself. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John D.
Very chilling in the frankness of his accounts and lack of humanity.Published 2 months ago by William B. Pribil
A little too antiseptic for me, but very well recorded and so very sad. ThanksPublished 3 months ago by William C. Bartlett
Very disturbing book, but fascinating at the same time. It gives a deep understand of the anti-semitism in europe at the time, and of pre- world war 2 germany and the conditions... Read morePublished 6 months ago by albion65
This is a book authored by an evil man, Rudolf Hoess, that tries to blame everyone else for the part he played in the concentration camps. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Roselyn Kelley