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I felt strange when I was deciding how to rate this book. The reason for this feeling is an anomaly based on human decorum and decency. The mere conception of a final solution for the Jewish problem should be far beyond the scope of human thinking; but it wasn’t. Between the years of 1939 and 1945, the Nazi government embarked on a crusade to rid the world of an entire race; the Jews. First appearing in print in 1953 when the Second World War was still fresh in the memories of the survivors, Ger ...more
Innovative for its time, but nowadays completely worthless. Reitlinger falsly speculates that the Marsh 30th 1941 speech on the eve of Barbarossa mentioned the extermination of Jews. We have since uncovered the notes of that speech from Hymen Hoth as well as Franz Halder. Neither version makes any mention of such a thing, an so we can disregard this speculation.