معرفی و دانلود کتاب آلبرت اشپر Albert Speer

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کتاب آلبرت اشپر Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth نوشته Gitta Sereny ، اشپر یکی از معدود متهمان دادگاه های نورنبرگ بود که با اینکه هولوکاست را انکار کرد ولی مسئولیت جنایات جنگی نازی ها را به عهده گرفت

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نام فارسی کتاب:

آلبرت اشپر: نبرد او با حقیقت

 

نویسنده:

گیتا سرنی 

Gitta Sereny


معرفی و دانلود کتاب آلبرت اشپر:نبرد او با حقیقت|Albert Speer


درباره کتاب آلبرت اشپر: نبرد او با حقیقت نوشته ی گیتا سرنی :

آلبرت اشپر Albert Speer نه تنها معمار و وزیر تسلیحات هیتلر ، بلکه نزدیکترین دوست و عشق نا خوشایند او بود. اشپر یکی از معدود متهمان دادگاه های نورنبرگ بود که با اینکه هولوکاست را انکار کرد ولی مسئولیت جنایات جنگی نازی ها را به عهده گرفت

حالا راز این مرد توسط نویسنده ای که در سالهای آخر عمرش با او آشنا و صمیمی شد، در یک بیوگرافی یادبود رونمایی می شود. از بین صدها ساعت مصاحبه ، خانم سرنی موضوعات مختلف شخصیت اشپر را بازگو می کند. نبوغی که او را برای ماشین جنگی آلمان ضروری می کند ، وجدان که او را به سمت پشیمانی سوق می دهد و زخم های عاطفی که او را پذیرای جذابیت کشنده هیتلر می کند.

به عنوان یک گزارش داخلی رایش سوم بخوانید و یا به عنوان یک مطالعه شگفت انگیز و در عین حال دلسوزانه از ظرفیت انسان در برابر شر ، آلبرت اشپر : نبرد او با حقیقت یک پیروزیست.


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 کتاب آلبرت اشپر: نبرد او با حقیقت از نظر منقدان:

بسیار جذاب … نه تنها برای شناخت ما از رایش سوم ، بلکه تلاشی خیره کننده برای درک ماهیت خیر و شر   ( نیوزدی)

 

بیش از یک زندگی نامه … همچنین یک بررسی ادراکی مجدد از جذابیت اسرار آمیز آدولف هیتلر است.  ( سان فرانسیسکو کرونیکل)

 


 

توضیحات کتاب Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth نوشته ی Gitta Sereny :

 

Albert Speer was not only Hitler’s architect and armaments minister, but the Fuhrer’s closest friend–his “unhappy love.” Speer was one of the few defendants at the Nuremberg Trials to take responsibility for Nazi war crimes, even as he denied knowledge of the Holocaust. Now this enigma of a man is unveiled in a monumental biography by a writer who came to know Speer intimately in his final years.

Out of hundreds of hours of interviews, Sereny unravels the threads of Speer’s personality: the genius that made him indispensable to the German war machine, the conscience that drove him to repent, and the emotional wounds that made him susceptible to Hitler’s lethal magnetism. Read as an inside account of the Third Reich, or as a revelatory unsparing yet compassionate study of the human capacity for evil, Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth is a triumph.

“Fascinating…Not only a major addition to our knowledge of The Third Reich, but a stunning attempt to understand the nature of good and evil.”Newsday

“More than a biography…It also constitutes a perceptive re-examination of the mysterious appeal of Adolf Hitler.”


فهرست مظالب کتاب:

B&W photos.
Introduction
Prologue
An Infusion of Stable Stock
‘I Felt He Was a Human Being’
Dizzy with Excitement
A Kind of Love
A Shared Devotion
‘You’ve All Gone Completely Insane’
A Slight Discomfort
Unleashing Murder
A Grey Path Indeed
A Moral Sore
A Fatal Appointment
An Irresistable Challenge
A Maelstom of Intrigues
A Blinkered Commitment
The Unbearable Truth
‘It Was Not Yet My Time’
The 20th of July
Scorched Earth
‘I Stand Unconditionally Behind You’
He Is the Dream
The One Interesting Person
A Common Responsibility
Spandau 1
Spandau 2
A Twilight of Knowing
The Great Lie
Postscript
References
Notes
Index


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Albert Speer Quotes

“the great Dutch Protestant theologian W. A. Visser ’t Hooft suggested, which I suspect applies to many people including–to a large degree–Speer: that “people cannot find a place in their consciousness . . . their imagination . . . or finally have the courage to face (or allow themselves to remember) unimaginable horror. It is possible,” he said, “to live in a twilight between knowing and not knowing.”
― Gitta Sereny, Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth


“As possibly no other politician in our time, Hitler understood the art of public speaking, of pauses, of silence, of inducing, inciting and inflaming passion. “I am ashamed of it now,” said Speer, “but at the time, I found him deeply exciting.”


“If one wanted to gain real understanding of Speer, one had to realize first that almost everything he did–though, as shown by some of our talks, not quite everything–had a purpose, generally directed towards his own benefit.”
― Gitta Sereny, Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth


“citing a prayer Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote in April 1945 for his co-prisoners in the concentration camp of Flossenburg before all of them were hanged. In the dawn of the day I call to Thee Help me pray Direct my thoughts to Thee I cannot manage on my own It is dark within me, but there is light in Thee I am lonely, but Thou will not leave me I am faint of heart, but know Thou will help me I am troubled, but know that in Thee is peace I am bitter, but in Thee is endurance I do not understand Thy ways But Thou understandeth them for me.”


“I’m not happy to face it,” he added, “but in the context of my life then, these workers’ only significance was what they could produce towards our war effort; I didn’t see or think of them as human beings, as individuals.”
― Gitta Sereny, Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth


“THE OBSESSION of Speer’s life after Nuremberg, as I have pointed out, was Hitler’s murder of the Jews. The ambivalence, however, was that while he sincerely grasped every opportunity to reiterate his sorrow and his pain at having been–the automatic formula he used–“a part of a government that committed such crimes”, he was totally incapable of saying that he had known about them at the time.”


“Most Hitler biographers are dismissive of his emotional capacities. The general trend has been to see him as cold and incapable of compassion. But while this certainly applies to his political self, more recent research suggests that he was neither cold nor indifferent towards those closest to him, and this certainly included Speer.”
― Gitta Sereny, Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth


“Speer’s moral corruption had its seed in his emotional attachment to Hitler–he likened it to Faust’s fatal bargain with Mephistopheles. Achievement and success rooting it ever deeper over the years, he lived–almost addictively–in an increasingly vicious cycle of need and dependence.”


“What Hitler taught us–to an extent greater than anyone else in history, though we would become aware of it again in Vietnam–is that a licence to kill creates a momentum which defies moral sensibility and discernment and destroys the capacity of the individual to distinguish between good and evil or, and this is perhaps even worse, to act against a recognized wrong.”
― Gitta Sereny, Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth

 

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