The Good Nazi
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The Good Nazi

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This is the real story of Albert Speer, manipulator of history and architect of his own legend. On the stand at the Nuremberg war-crimes trials, Albert Speer was alone among the accused in showing anything like remorse: he denied any direct knowledge of Hitler's Final Solution yet accepted his share of the guilt as an unwitting collaborator. But was he really what he claim...more
Paperback, 448 pages
Published January 21st 1999 by Mariner Books (first published January 1st 1997)
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Daniel Francis Jeroen van der Vat, born in Holland and educated in Britain he worked as a journalist for British newspapers including The Times and The Guardian.

His books on twentieth-century history include many works on Naval history.
More about Dan van der Vat...
The Pacific Campaign: The U.S.-Japanese Naval War 1941-1945 The Atlantic Campaign D-Day: The Greatest Invasion: An Illustrated History Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy - An Illustrated History The Dardanelles Disaster: Winston Churchill's Greatest Defeat

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