Hitler's Scientists: Science, War and the Devil's Pact
Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
This was a random pick to listen to while gaming. I mainlined it over a few sessions back in April and started a draft of this post but I never seemed to have finished and posted it. Alas. Anyway, it is pretty dry. Interesting, though, in the way that complex historical subject documentaries are i...
Picked this up at the Smithsonian, after seeing quite a few German planes from WWII. Very readable, though it felt as though his thesis got a little more lost than I'd like. The parts where he stood up and took a stand on, for instance, Heisenberg's culpability, were quite rich and well-crafted.
This was boring as shit. That's about all I have to say. It took me two years to read it. But I was turned off it early on for the author's take on Hitler's alleged vegetarianism. I have seen it said Hitler was a veg, and I have also seen it that he ate pheasant. Therefore, he was not a vegetar...
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