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Analysis of Albert Speer and his creation of his persona as the "good Nazi". Summary of the methods he used in order to write his own history as well as analysis of various opinions of historians of Albert Speer. Referenced historians such as: Gitta Sereny, Dan Van Der Vat, Matthias Schmidt (Revisionist) and Joachim Fest (Traditionalist)

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Nazism Nazi architecture Albert Speer Rudolf Wolters Inside the Third Reich Joachim Fest Speer Gitta Sereny Nuremberg Adolf Hitler Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial
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Nazism Nazi architecture Albert Speer Rudolf Wolters Inside the Third Reich Joachim Fest Speer Gitta Sereny Nuremberg Adolf Hitler Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial
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Speer defined himself as an intellectual, technocrat, architect who shared one of the most intimate and powerful relationships with Hitler in the Nazi hierarchy. However in 1945 Speer is said to have defied the Fuehrer's scorched earth policy and began to plan Hitler’s assassination which built his reputation throughout history as the “good Nazi”. Thus influencing the traditionalist views of historians writing Speers history that he was only fulfilling the roles that Hitler gave to him because he was “solely focused on furthering his career as an architect and had no idea of the ‘final solution’ that Hitler had in mind” (Fest). The revisionist historians hold the belief that Albert Speer’s self-written history ha...
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