Heinrich Fraenkel



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Heinrich Himmler: The Sinis...

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The Men Who Tried to Kill H...

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Doctor Goebbels: His Life a...

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Adolf Hitler: The Man and t...

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Hess: A Biography

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SS and Gestapo: Rule by Ter...

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The Hundred Days to Hitler

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The German People Versus Hi...

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“Though the idea was Hitler’s, originating in a scribbled note”
Heinrich Fraenkel, Heinrich Himmler: The Sinister Life of the Head of the SS and Gestapo

“In our new world there are many emergent states and many longer established nations without the natural self-discipline to resist men similar in nature to the Nazi leaders should they emerge and either stride or slip to power. Such men are not always easy to recognize for what they are until it is too late. This certainly was the case with Himmler. Hitler at first appeared an absurd fanatic, Goebbels a posturing mob-orator, Göring a good-natured ass, Himmler a nonentity. Yet none of them proved to be what they had seemed, or they would never have won by their wits alone the supreme power in a great nation.”
Heinrich Fraenkel, Heinrich Himmler: The Sinister Life of the Head of the SS and Gestapo

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