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The Kersten memoirs, 1940-1945

Author: Felix Kersten
Publisher: New York : Macmillan, 1957.
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This text presents conversations between Heinrich Himmler and his personal therapist, who used his influence to intercede for thousands of deportees.
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Kersten, Felix, 1898-1960.
Kersten memoirs, 1940-1945.
New York, Macmillan, 1957
(OCoLC)561443193
Online version:
Kersten, Felix, 1898-1960.
Kersten memoirs, 1940-1945.
New York, Macmillan, 1957
(OCoLC)609182714
Named Person: Heinrich Himmler; Heinrich Himmler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Felix Kersten
OCLC Number: 14603122
Description: 314 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / H. R. Trevor-Roper --
Talks on Freemasonry --
Talks on the Jews --
Medicine and healing --
Civil servants and honors --
Homosexuals --
Renewal of the ruling class --
The chosen women --
Foreign policy without diplomats --
Hess --
Encounters with Heydrich --
Himmler's hatred of lawyers --
Ribbentrop --
Shooting party at Schönhof --
Beginning of the tragedy --
Himmler's card index of presents --
The future of Brandenburg --
War with Russia --
The soldier-peasants --
Himmler's trip to Finland --
Himmler on religion --
Ciano --
Himmler's original plan for the solution of the Jewish problem --
Report on Hitler's illness --
The Dutch resettlement plan --
The new bigamy --
The Burgundian Free State --
Kersten moves to Sweden --
Settling with the diehards --
Himmler and the 20th of July --
Swiss activities on behalf of the Jews --
The Security Service (SD) --
The defection of Finland --
Taks with General Commissioner Litzmann --
The Scandinavian rescue campaign of 1944 and the release of Dutch prisoners --
Himmler's ideas on England --
Himmler and the Waffen SS --
Holland and the saving of the Hague --
War in Scandinavia averted --
A triumph for humanity --
Parting from Himmler --
Back in Stockholm --
Heinrich Himmler --
Appendix : Physio-neural therapy.
Responsibility: Felix Kersten ; with an introduction by H. R. Trevor-Roper ; translated from the German by Constantine Fitzgibbon and James Oliver.

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This text presents conversations between Heinrich Himmler and his personal therapist, who used his influence to intercede for thousands of deportees.

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