Staatssekretär Unter Ebert--Hindenburg--Hitler

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Staatssekretär Unter Ebert--Hindenburg--Hitler

By Otto Meissner
Hoffmann, 1950
643 pp.

The recollections of the chief of the presidential secretariat who managed to hold his post through all the vicissitudes of the Weimar Republic and Third Reich. Apart from demonstrating a devotion to office that would do credit to the Vicar of Bray, the book contributes little new information and few insights.

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