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  • A significant account well worth reading

    A fascinating insight into the author's career and his insights into key world events. I was perpetually struck by the sheer ordinariness of his duties. Rochus Misch comes across as an ordinary chap, albeit a member of the premier unit of the Waffen SS, who had a strong sense of self-preservation and whose principal priorities were the wellbeing of his immediate family. In this respect it is difficult to form a negative opinion of him. His insouciance and lack of knowledge of serious war crimes are also quite credible. A useful contribution to our knowledge of the history of the Third Reich

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  • Provides insight into Hitlers day to day living

    Interesting. Lots of details for the serious reader. Too many names of people I never heard of to add much depth to the book. An interesting historical read but a bit lacking in details which would have made this a better book.

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  • No remorse from Hitler's assistant

    Misch never apologises for the crimes committed by the Third Reich, it's as if he didn't know what was going on in the background, he makes out Hitler was a good person and great boss nothing about the demise of millions and the destruction of Europe.

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  • Below Berlin in 1944

    Fascinating new slant on the end of WWII and the character of Adolf Hitler.

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