The Gestapo


This fascinating and absorbing new book, drawing on original Gestapo files, provides a wide range of vivid and fascinating stories that explore the tragic human plight of victims of Nazi terror, and the motives of the German citizens who denounced them. By examining in depth how the Gestapo dealt with Jews, Communists, religious dissidents and those on the margins of society, McDonough has produced a brilliant, readable and deeply significant examination of Hitler’s notorious secret police. Andrew Roberts A compelling and crisply written new history of the Third Reich’s central instrument on domestic terror between 1933 and 1945.


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2015, paperback, 310pp, keurig exemplaar.