The secretary: Martin Bormann, the man who manipulated Hitler

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Smithmark Pub, 1979 - Biography & Autobiography - 430 pages
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A journalist who was influential in discovering Bormann's remains details the way in which an unimaginative, unscrupulous, and ambitious man became Hitler's fanatically loyal, ruthless, and powerful private secretary

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Think of a big investment bank that rises to become the preeminent bank in the world due to some massive fraud among its executives. The middle management enjoys almost unprecedented wealth and power ... Read full review

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Think of a big investment bank that rises to become the preeminent bank in the world due to some massive fraud among its executives. The middle management enjoys almost unprecedented wealth and power ... Read full review

Contents

The Unknown Defendant
3
Early Days
15
Rossbach and the Feme
24
Copyright

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