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"Hitler's Secrets. What Albert Speer told me in confidence 35 years ago"

"Hitler's Secrets. What Albert Speer told me in confidence 35 years ago"

A lecture by Professor Cornelius Schnauber

  • Date:
    Sunday, September 9, 2012
  • Time:
    2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Organizer:
    Max Kade Institute
  • Venue:
    L.A. Museum of the Holocaust
  • Cost:
    Free
  • Phone:
    213-743-2707

Summary:

This lecture is based on conversations with Cornelius Schnauber conducted with Albert Speer, Hitler's closest confidant, architect and Minister for Armanments and War Productions after Speer was release from the Spandau prison.

Description:

It includes secrets of Hitler’s private life, private interests, and the reasons for certain military and politically decisions which Hitler made at that time. Some of the secrets which Speer revealed 35 years ago to Schnauber we can find in the meantime discovered also by other Hitler scholars, however not the context. Speer also explained the context of Hitler’s personal behavior, racism and several puzzling military and political decisions.

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