Albert Speer Writing Styles in Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs

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Perspective

Inside the Third Reich is a soul-searching attempt by a true insider to analyze what happens to the world as a result of Adolf Hitler's obsession for conquest and absolute control. Albert Speer has a unique perspective, first because he is a true intellectual in a world of unenlightened amateurs and second because Hitler shares his love of architect. Speer's career begins by building structures for the Fuehrer, who spends his nights making drawings and dreaming about turning Berlin into a more beautiful and monumental Paris.

Speer overlooks signs of Nazi terrors by locking himself inside his artistic cubicle and enjoying success unthinkable during the Great Depression. He becomes part of the inner circle, attending Hitler's interminable dinners, suppers, nature walks, teas, and movies. An unlikely turn occurs when he is tapped to become the Minister of Armaments and War Production, and he does an amazing job despite...

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