Original Language: German
This is a real classic. This book is not readily available. Public libraries and other venues seem to not have it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. Robert J. Engan Jr.
It gets you into the minds of these people and walks you through their horrible actions which at times the reader sometimes tries to understand them.Published 4 months ago by Anthony R Juliano
This book was written by the commandant of Auschwitz while he was awaiting trial and execution. Very interesting insight into the mind of one of the men responsible for murdering... Read morePublished 6 months ago by ssc
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 6 months 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 6 months 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 8 months ago by unhinged