Acclaimed British historian Richard Overy makes brilliant use of the interrogation transcripts to re-create a picture of Germany in its lowest hour, with snapshot portraits of Göring, Speer, von Ribbentrop, and Hess in their own words.
Through Interrogations, the reader comes face-to-face with a regime in its death throes and with a world struggling to understand what had really been perpetrated within the gigantic fortress of Hitler's reich.
Author Biography: Richard Overy is Reader in Modern History at King's College, London. His most recent books include Why the Allies Won, The Penguin Atlas of the Third Reich, The Road to War (with Andrew Wheatcroft), and Russia's War.
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About the Author
Richard Overy is a professor of history at the University of Exeter. A leading expert in World War II history, he has written more than twenty books, including Why the Allies Won, and The Twilight Years.