Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth

By Gitta Sereny

Sereny melts the iceberg of Speer’s forbearing personality: on the surface, he was an evil genius – quite indispensable to the Fuhrer and the advance of the German war machine – but underneath we find a damaged human being. This is a book that tackles collective and individual guilt; flaws; moral compass; deceit and decency, in equal measure. Read between the lines and you’ll find a tactile affinity between author and subject; read from cover to cover to make up your own mind about Speer’s acceptance of guilt.

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