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Una plaga de espías: LA GESTAPO, de Jacques Delarue (Bruguera)

The Gestapo is an important documentation of what they did and how they did it. The military refusing to acknowledge that it had been defeated on the field of battle, since the army in November was allowed to retreat back into Germany in relatively good form while blaming the Versailles Treaty along with certain German politicians who in effect stabbed the loyal German army in the back thus denying the true facts relating to WW I and Germany’s final defeat.

Takes forever to get to the Gestapo, so you get not only how the Gestapo was formed but a whole background history of how Hitler and the National Socialists came to power, and what they did once they seized it, the Reichstag fire, Night of the Long Knives, etc.

Given that this book was written in fifties and the topic is very close to the author who was a victim of the Gestapoits a very interesting description of how the Gestapo worked, the infighting, the total control, and just how quickly ordinary people can be corrupted in the right situation. An informative and interesting read.

Really, the devil exists. Empieza a leer The Gestapo en tu Kindle en menos egstapo un minuto. A valuable book in explaining the historiaa. That said, it’s well-written, vivid and approachable.

The author traces the way the Gestapo slowly incorporated other departments of Hitler’s police and espionage units and became the monster it did. Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida. I can only pray that our youth continue to study what led to such heinous atrocities in the name of “loyalty. I have often wondered how an entire society could be subdued or seduced to support a maniac and an incompetent strategist like Adolph Hitler, and this book has explained better than many I’ve read in the past.


This book is a lesson in how a society becomes insanely dangerous to itself and its neighbors. The German’s of the late ‘s and ‘s governed by the weak and hated Wiemar Republic. Listened to the audiobook, with some distracting mispronunciations and histria emphases. Although interesting, the book is a little bit difficult to read because too many uncommonly words are used. A History of Horror by Jacques Delarue.

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Another fact that I was aware of about the Nazi use of Jewish “human parts” like, fat for gestapoo and hair for socks and slippers. This is an incredibly detailed account which is what a good examination of history should be.

Aug 06, Martijn Hartman-maatman rated it really liked it Shelves: Written by a French survivor of Gestapo treatment in the early s so based on old research from transcripts of the Nuremberg trials, for e.

Like any history book, there velarue a bibliography that would give you further reading opportunities on the subject of the Gestapo. Disturbing, but that’s the truth of the matter. It’s an exhaustive account, and even going into this knowing who everyone was and with some familiarity with events, I lost the thread of the book several times. It had decent coverage of Poland and the Soviet Union.

View all 16 comments. The madman and his Nazis gained power with astonishing speed and should serve as a warning to us all.

The Gestapo: A History of Horror by Jacques Delarue

We must be conscious that provided the convenient circumstances; such an organization may appear again.

Every detail of one of the most evil organizations of the second world war is described. If men have short memories, if the circumstances prove delqrue, when times of trouble or the absence of solid safeguards permit it, the bloody tide could once more be unleashed. Lists with This Book.

Aug 22, Kevin rated it liked it. At times it was like dipping into one of J Robert Janes’ St-Cyr and Kohler crime novels set in Occupied France- Delarue’s book must be one of his sources- only this account of terror, intimidation and executions is all too horribly real, ruthless dearue of resistance, torture, deportations to concentration camps the last convoy left Paris the week before liberation in Al Trivia About The Gestapo: Such as descriptions of each of the subdivisions within a particular branch of the Gestapo This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


Amazon Business Servicio para clientes de empresa. Detalles del producto Tapa delxrue The Gestapo’s power and authority was beyond challenge in the courts, and accountable to so few that the German people were enmeshed in a net from which they could not criticize, protest or rebel without harsh consequence. It brought fear into the lives of not only non-Aryans, but for the whole German population. Just because the details exposed in this book are facts registered by the history and actually lived and suffered by so many people, we may believe the horrors described on this book were true.

The original was written in French Language and perhaps the translator used frequently the dictionary, hence, many words relate with that language and even though correct, some have a sort of forced meaning into the phrase where they are located, therefore, the reason for me to give 4 stars to this book. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones. Jul 14, Cerisaye rated it liked it Shelves: Skyhorse Publishing 5 de junio de Idioma: I was struck with how quickly the Nazis were able to take over.

The terror of torture and death was always present and anyone could denounce their neighbor for expressing any opinio This is an excellent history of how the Gestapo became the powerful organization it became in Nazi Germany and the men who vied for leadership of what became an all-encompassing, multinational police force. The major players of course are mentioned, along with nam Very good and definitely informative!

Historja Gestapo’s notorious reign led to the murder of millions.

After reading this book, I’m not sure who was more evil – Hitler or Himmler.

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