In the shadow of the Reich

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Knopf, Aug 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 371 pages
Hans Frank was a gifted lawyer and musician, a pleasant person. How was it possible for such a man to be drawn to Adolf Hitler? Niklas Frank, son of the notorious war criminal hanged at Nuremberg for his crimes, asks this question in rage and anguish as he writes this impassioned condemnation of his father's life and deeds. The answers he suggests throw light on a historical mystery that continues to haunt us. 16 pages of photographs.

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A bitter and often shocking memoir of Hans Frank, Nazi Governor-General of Poland, by his journalist son. Beginning with the fact, learned apparently from an aunt, that his mother had no orgasm when ... Read full review

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This is a translation of Frank's book Der Vater eine Abrechnung (Bertelsmann, c.1987). Abrechnung is a settling of accounts. Frank is a reporter for Stern magazine. He is also the son of Hans Frank ... Read full review

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