The devil's diary : Alfred Rosenberg and the stolen secrets of the Third Reich
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Kinney, David author.
Published
New York, NY : Harper, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, c2016.
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Central - Adult Nonfiction
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Central - Adult Nonfiction
940.5318 WITTM
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Book
Edition
First edition.
Physical Desc
x, 513 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Language
English
ISBN
9780062319012, 0062319019

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Includes bibliographical references (pages [447]-494) and index.
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"This exploration of the private wartime diary of Alfred Rosenberg--Hitler's 'chief philosopher' and architect of Nazi ideology--interweaves the story of its recent discovery with the revelation of its never-before-published contents, which are contextualized by the authors: The result is a unprecedented, page-turning narrative of the Nazi rise to power, the Holocaust, and Hitler's post-invasion plans for Russia. A groundbreaking historical contribution, The Devil's Diary is a chilling window into the mind of Adolf Hitler's 'chief social philosopher,' Alfred Rosenberg, who formulated some of the guiding principles behind the Third Reich's genocidal crusade. It also chronicles the thrilling detective hunt for the diary, which disappeared after the Nuremburg Trials and remained lost for almost three quarters of a century, until Robert Wittman, a former FBI special agent who founded the Bureau's Art Crimes Team, played an important role and tells his story now for the first time. The authors expertly and deftly contextualize more than 400 pages of entries stretching from 1936 through 1944, in which the loyal Hitler advisor recounts internal meetings with the Führer and his close associates Hermann Göring and Heinrich Himmler; describes the post-invasion occupation of the Soviet Union; considers the 'solution' to the 'Jewish question'; and discusses his overseeing of the mass seizure and cataloguing of books and artwork from homes, libraries, and museums across occupied Europe. An eyewitness to events, this narrative of Rosenberg's diary offers provocative and intimate insights into pivotal moments in the war and the notorious Nazi who laid the philosophical foundations of the Third Reich"--,Provided by publisher.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Wittman, R. K., & Kinney, D. (2016). The devil's diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the stolen secrets of the Third Reich. First edition. New York, NY: Harper, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Wittman, Robert K and David Kinney. 2016. The Devil's Diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the Stolen Secrets of the Third Reich. New York, NY: Harper, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.

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Wittman, Robert K and David Kinney, The Devil's Diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the Stolen Secrets of the Third Reich. New York, NY: Harper, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2016.

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Wittman, Robert K., and David Kinney. The Devil's Diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the Stolen Secrets of the Third Reich. First edition. New York, NY: Harper, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2016. Print.

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