Heinrich Müller: Gestapo Chief
This biography profiles the elusive life of Heinrich Müller, a career policeman and vengeful head of Germany s secret state police. Beyer explores Müller s kinship with Hitler during Hitler s rise to power and the actions that Müller took to protect Hitler s vision of genocide. The elements that formed the Gestapo are outlined, as are the diabolical techniques of the SS.
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