Ep 388: Niklas Frank: In the Shadow of the Reich

Ep 388: Niklas Frank: In the Shadow of the Reich

Hans Frank ran Poland for the Nazis during the Second World War and was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity at Nuremberg.

His son Niklas was seven years old when Frank was hanged. In this extraordinarily candid conversation Niklas Frank talks to James Holland about living with his father’s legacy.

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