By Alfred Rosenberg. Here are the sensational memoirs of Alfred Rosenberg, the Third Reich’s leading ideologue, minister of the Occupied Eastern Territories and author of The Myth of the 20th Century, written while in prison at Nuremberg.
These memoirs contain a no-holds- barred overview of his political life, from the time of his earliest involvement in the NSDAP, right up to the Nuremberg Trials. Here the reader will find astonishing revelations on the following:
- The Jewish Communist revolution in Munich
- The spirit behind National Socialism
- Storm Troopers organized to fight Red violence
- Christianity and National Socialism
- Rosenberg’s exclusion from Hitler’s first Cabinet
- A prediction of the racial dissolution of America
- Race and racial history
- Euthanasia—justified but badly implemented
- Oswald Mosley’s mistake in choosing the word “fascist”
- The Strasser brothers and conflict within the party
- Himmler’s Ahnenerbe and the debate over term “Nordic”
- The mistake of letting the police fall under political control
- Ernst Roehm, homosexuality and the SA
- Artur Axmann and the Alpine Redoubt
- Artistic side of Hitler led to his downfall in foreign affairs
- Hitler, art and architecture
- Did Hitler risk the existence of the Reich by going to war?
- Hitler made same mistake as Napoleon in Russia
- Rosenberg’s attempts to stem anti-Slavic attitudes
- Time will be needed to resurrect the ideal from the rubble of the Reich
- Rosenberg’s political testament
- Much, much more.
An eye-opening work which provides an unparalleled insight into the thinking of one of the most senior figures of the Third Reich and unquestionably the single most important National Socialist ideological leader after Hitler.
This new edition contains over 200 explanatory footnotes and is fully indexed.
About the author: Alfred Rosenberg (1893–1946) was a Baltic German who was one of the earliest members of the NSDAP, editor of its official newspaper, ideological leader of the party and ultimately minister for the occupied Eastern Territories. Best known for his work, The Myth of the 20th Century, he was arrested by the Allies at the end of the war and executed after being found guilty of “war crimes” at the Nuremberg Trials.
Softcover, 214 pages, 6″ x 9″