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Speer chronicles his entire life, but the majority of Inside the Third Reich focuses on the years between 1933 and 1945, when Speer figured prominently in Hitler's government and the German war effort as Inspector General of Buildings for the Renovation of the Federal Capital and later as Minister of Arms and Munitions. Speer's recollections of both duties foreground the impossibility of reconciling Hitler's idealistic, imperialistic ambitions with both architectural and military reality. Throughout, Inside the Third Reich remains true to its author's intentions. With compelling insight, Speer reveals many of the "premises which almost inevitably led to the disasters" of the Third Reich as well as "what comes from one man's holding unrestricted power in his hands." -- Bertina Loeffler --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Whitewashed history of Nazi regime written by one of the main architects of the killing machines that kept them in power. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I expected more but was pleased overall, it gives a relationship with Hitler, I felt I was there.Published 4 months ago by ty anderson
A rare insight into how a lunatic racist dictator's mind works. It might not have mattered if he hadn't gained power over one of the finest nations in the world with a great... Read morePublished 5 months ago by arubabill
Haven't committed to reading a book in years. I love history, especially WWII, and decided to give this one a try. Read morePublished 5 months ago by VW Fan