The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth This Unique Account Of Hitler S Corrupt Regime Illuminates Vividly Than Any Other The Deepening Atmosphere Of Terror And Unreality In Which The Nazi Leadership Lived As The War Progressed Schellenberg Recounts With Firsthand Knowledge The Motivations And Machinations Surrounding The Nazi Army S Every Move In Poland, Austria, And Russia But This Remarkable Inside Account Is Perhaps Most Memorable For Its Riveting Portraits Of Reinhard Heydrich, Heinrich Himmler, Heinrich Mueller, Ernst Kaltenbrunner Men Whom Schellenberg Calls, With Stunning Lack Of Irony, Hitler S Willing Executioners.

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  • Paperback
  • 444 pages
  • The Labyrinth
  • Walter Schellenberg
  • English
  • 07 October 2018
  • 0306809273

10 thoughts on “The Labyrinth

  1. says:

    Interesting book Schellenberg provides an insight into a number of key events in the history of the third reich He does have a tendency to place himself in the middle of events where his role was perhapsperipheral He is on the whole accurate though The most interesting thing is his complete ignorance of how thoroughly penetrated German intelligence efforts were during the war as well as how little attention he pays to crimes This book is now an important source which you will often fi Interesting book Schellenberg provides an insight into a number of key events in the history of the third reich He does have a ten...

  2. says:

    Worth a read for insights into the sometimes crazy exploits of the Nazi counterintelligence agency under Schellenberg in Hitler s regime Interesting accounts of conversations between him and Heydrich, Himmer, Hitler and others.I couldn t help shaking the feeling, however, that the main purpose be...

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    Walter Schellenberg was one of the 7 department heads in Reinhardt Heydrich s police security organisation, the RSHA, set up in 1939 Germany just before the start of WW2 Department IV was the secret state police the Gestapo department V was the Criminal police, the Kripo Schellenberg was the head of department VI, SD Ausland, the foreign intelligence department His memoirs are of immense value to anyone like me interested in Germany duri...

  5. says:

    A very interesting account However it seemed to be only favourable to the author Some of how he portrays events and central figures always appears to be positive in terms of himself while others appear incompetent, blindly loyal to Hitler and his entire system and or stupid That being said much of what he says explains the inevitable fall of Germany due to mindless sycophants and power hungry and fanatical believers of Hitler and his regime Without even mentioning the monumental stupidity of A very interesting account However it seemed to be only favourable to the author Some of how he portrays events and central figures always appears to be positive in terms of himself while others appear incompetent, blindly loyal to Hitler and his entire system and or stupid That being said much of what he says explains the inevitable fall of Germany due to mindless sycophants and power hungry and fanatical believers of Hitler and his regime Without even mentioning the monumental stupidity of Hitler and his decision to attack...

  6. says:

    Very Interesting and informative.Even if Schellenberg tends to give himself a lot of credit for the different actions that are described at length in the book, there are a lot of valuable information that you could not have gotten from somewhere else.In particular, I have learned a lot about the relation with in the top leadership of the SS and how the men despised each other.One interesting part is the end of the book whick narrates the end of a known story from the inside We realize how Himml Very Interesting and informative.Even if Schellenberg tends to...

  7. says:

    Maybe 3.5 stars Lots of this memoir by the head of Nazi Germany s Secret Service reads like a collection of spy stories, but towards the end it slike a standard memoir as he recounts his activities during the last days of the Third Reich It s remarkable how unrealistic the Nazi hierarchy was from 1943 oncouldn t seem to understand they were going down the tubesor maybe they just didn t care.Schellenberg reported directly to Himmler for the last couple years of the war, so Maybe 3.5 stars Lots of this memoir by the head of Nazi Germany s Secret Service reads like a collection of spy stories, but towards the end it slike a standard memoir as he recounts his activities during the last days of the Third Reich It s remarkable how unrealistic the Nazi hierarchy was from 1943 oncouldn t seem to understand they were going down the tubesor maybe they just didn t care.Schellenberg reported directly to Himmler for ...

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    A great memoir about the inner workings of the RSHA first under Reinhard Heydrich s rule, and later Ernst Kaltenbrunner s Some of the facts are of course were altered by the author mostly to shift his own personal responsibility to the others, but for the most p...

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