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Inside the Third Reich: memoirs,

Auteur: Albert Speer
Uitgever: [New York] Macmillan [1970]
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Speer, Albert, 1905-1981.
Inside the Third Reich.
[New York] Macmillan [1970]
(OCoLC)560587390
Genoemd persoon: Albert Speer; Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler; Albert Speer; Albert Speer
Genre: Biografie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Albert Speer
OCLC-nummer: 87656
Opmerkingen: Translation of Erinnerungen.
Beschrijving: xviii, 596 p. illus., facsims., plans, ports. 24 cm.
Inhoud: pt 1. 1. Origins and youth : Youth ; Life at home ; Schooling ; Inflation ; Assistant to Tessenow ; Marriage --
2. Profession and vocation : Offer from Afghanistan ; Architect without commissions ; Boating tours ; The election of September 14, 1930 ; National socialism and the technical institute ; First Hitler rally ; Goebbels in the Sportpalast ; Joining the party --
3. Junction : First party assignment in Berlin ; Back in Mannheim ; Hitler's Berlin demonstration ; Renovating the party headquarters and the Propaganda Ministry ; Décor for the Party Rally, May 1933 ; My client Hitler ; At home with Hitler --
4. My catalyst : Hitler's guest ; My client Goering ; Traveling with Hitler ; Hitler's thought ; Hitler's views on art ; The Old Fighters ; At Obersalzberg Mountain walks with Eva Braun ; Cheers and obsessions ; Hitler the architect --
5. Architectural megalomania : The Roehm putsch ; Papen expelled from his office ; Hindenburg's funeral ; First major assignment ; Theory of ruin value ; Cathedral of light ; Cornerstone layings ; Plans for Nuremberg ; Architecture of a Great Power --
6. The greatest assignment : Plans for Berlin ; Rivaling Vienna and Paris ; Hitler and his architects ; The German pavilion at the Paris World's Fair ; Neoclassicism in our times ; Abortive travels in France ; Neurath's obstinacy --
7. Obersalzberg : Bormann and Hitler ; The day at Obersalzberg ; Teatime talk ; Hitler's rage ; Retirement in Linz ; Hitler prediction --
8. The new Chancellery : The assignment ; Hitler's illness ; Morell ; Events of 1938: cabinet changes, Austria, Munich, November 9 ; A bad omen ; Hacha in the new Chancellery --
9. A day in the Chancellery : Waiting ; Hess the eccentric ; The leadership's "style" ; The radicals, Bormann and Goebbels ; Jokes for Hitler ; Dull evenings ; Hitler and music --
10. Our Empire style : "You've all gone completely crazy" ; Laying out the grand avenue ; Megalomania ; Deadlines ; Costs ; Boom in architecture ; Hitler's sketches ; Affairs in the Goebbels family ; Incognita to Italy ; Hitler's fiftieth birthday ; With the Wagner family in Bayreuth ; Frau Goebbels --
11. The globe : Hitler's power center ; The biggest building in the world ; A Reichstag for one hundred forty million people ; Hitler's palace ; Fear of uprisings ; Empire style ; The globe --
12. The descent begins : The pact ; Northern lights over Obersalzberg ; "Blood" ; War and peace parties ; Hitler goes to war ; At headquarters ; Armistice ; With Hitler in Paris ; Wartime building program --
13. Excess : Victory parades under the triumphal arch ; Hess's flight to England ; Hitler and Goering as art collectors ; War against the Soviet Union ; The pencil line along the Urals ; Captured weapons for the grand avenue ; Trondheim and the East ; My last art tour ; Disaster in Russia ; The second man --
pt. 2. 14. Start in my new office : Flight to Dnepropetrovsk ; Visit to headquarters ; Talks with Hitler and Todt ; Death of Todt ; Audience with Hitler ; Appointment as Minister ; Goering's scene ; First official acts ; Obstacles overcome ; The Cabinet Room --
15. Organized improvisation : The new organizational scheme ; Goering's threat to resign ; Architect and technology ; Industrial self-responsibility ; Organization of the Ministry ; Successes --
16. Sins of omission : The technological war ; Efforts at full mobilization ; Party opposition ; More steel for the war ; Transportation crisis ; The muffed atom bomb --
17. Commander in Chief Hitler : Armaments conferences with Hitler ; My system ; Hitler's knowledge of technology ; Demonstrating weapons ; Visits in southern Russia ; Ascent of Mount Elbrus ; Hitler's situation conferences ; The Allied landing in North Africa ; Goering and Stalingrad --
18. Intrigues : Bormann ; Cabinet meetings again ; Need for austerity ; Discussions with Goebbels ; Alliances ; Bormann's system ; Dealing with Goebbels, dealing with Goering ; Fiasco ; Himmler's threat --
19. Second man in the state : Goebbels joins Bormann ; Hitler reprimands Goebbels ; No prisoners ; Bridge to Asia ; Guderian and Zeitzler agree ; Minister of War ; Production --
20. Bombs : The new front ; Goering's deceptions ; The Ruhr dams ; Pinpoint bombing strategy ; The raids on Hamburg ; Ball bearings ; The enemy's strategic mistake ; The bombing of Berlin ; Hitler's mistakes ; Galland against Goering ; The flight from reality --
21. Hitler in the Autumn of 1943 : The change in Hitler ; His rigidity and exhaustion ; Daily routine ; Hitler and his dog ; The Prince of Hesse ; Mussolini freed and cheated --
22. Downhill : Armaments work in occupied territories ; Agreement with the French ; Sauckel's reaction ; Speech to the Gauleiters ; Hitler lies to his generals ; Trip to Lapland ; Infantry program ; Trouble with Sauckel ; Goering's birthday --
pt. 3. 23. Illness : Dangerous plots ; Convalescence ; The fighter aircraft staff ; Hitler's emotion and new estrangement ; Candidates for my office ; Thoughts of resignation ; Back at the Berghof ; Hitler yields ; Praise in The Observer --
24. The war thrice lost : Return to work ; Strategic bombing of fuel production ; Memoranda ; Rommel and coastal defense ; The invasion of Normandy begins ; Takeover of aircraft production ; Hitler's speech to the industrialists --
25. Blunders, secret weapons, and the SS : Jet fighters as bombers ; Peenemünde ; Concentration camp prisoners in war industry ; Himmler invades rocket research ; Plans for SS economic expansion ; Stealing workers ; Auschwitz --
26. Operation Valkyrie : Talks with the conspirators ; The news reaches Goebbels ; In the center of the counterstroke ; Bendlerstrasse ; Meeting with Fromm ; Himmler calls on Goebbels ; Kaltenbrunner's visit ; On the conspirators' lists ; Aftermath ; Arrests ; Films of the executions --
27. the wave from the West : Goebbels gains power ; Hitler loses authority ; Visits to the front ; September 1944: military impotence ; Hitler's plans for destruction ; Outwitting his arguments ; Shortage of chromium ; Declining production ; Secret weapons and propaganda --
28. Plunge : Breakup of organization ; Emergency program ; The Ardennes offensive ; Upper Silesia ; "The war is lost" ; Memorandum ; Reaction to Yalta ; Poison gas for Hitler's bunker --
29. Doom : Anxiety over the postwar period ; Countermeasures ; Another memorandum ; Hitler's reply ; Hitler's death sentence upon industry --
30. Hitler's ultimatum : The Ruhr threatened ; Feverish travels ; Sabotage of orders ; Hitler's twenty-four-hour ultimatum ; An unread letter ; Hitler yields again --
31. Tthe thirteenth hour : Radio speech ; Finale of Götterdämmerung ; Roosevelt's death ; Ley invents death rays ; Eva Braun ; Preparations for flight ; Plans for suicide ; Hitler's last delusions ; The "rebel speech" ; Collaboration with Heinrici ; Berlin will not be defended --
32. Annihilation : Hitler's condition ; Fear and pity ; Last birthday ; Goering goes to Berchtesgaden ; My flight ; In the Hamburg radio bunker ; Last visit to Hitler ; Situation conference ; Farewell to Magda Goebbels and Eva Brawn ; Last words with Hitler ; Himmler and his notions ; Doenitz ; Tears ; Responsibility --
33. Stations of imprisonment : Flensburg ; Mondorf ; Versailles ; Kransberg ; Nuremberg --
34. Nuremberg : Interrogations ; Collective responsibility ; Cross-examination --
35. Conclusions : The judgment ; The sentence ; My own fate ; Skepticism.
Andere titels: Erinnerungen.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. Introd. by Eugene Davidson.

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