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Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer

A remarkebly cogent, clear picture of what nazi Germany was really like at the top of the command chain, really made it clear how much of a buffoon hitler was, definitely a long book sort of overburdened by endless descriptions of political in-fighting, worth reading for a unique perspective on this important history. 

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