Infiltration / by Albert Speer ; translation by Joachim Neugroschel.Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: German Publisher: New York : Macmillan, c1981Description: xv, 384 p. ; 25 cmISBN: 0026128004; 9780026128001Uniform titles: Sklavenstaat. English Subject(s): Speer, Albert, 1905-1981 | Nazis -- Biography | Architects -- Germany -- Biography | Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945 | Industries -- Germany | Concentration camps -- GermanyAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Infiltration.DDC classification: 943.086/092/4 | B LOC classification: DD247.S63 | A3313
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Translation of: Der Sklavenstaat.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The SS and the self-responsibility of industry -- Background -- Euphoric notions -- Threats instead of production -- Fantasy and reality, production and mortality rates -- Pattern of an intrigue -- Himmler's high-handedness in the ministry of economy -- SS economic ideology -- Threats and efforts -- In the protectorate -- Armaments industrialists are slandered -- Denunciations -- Baking fumes, geraniums, fir tree roots, and atomic bombs -- Infiltration by special deputies -- The failure of the economic empire -- The disorderly concern -- Semiprecious gems, poison gas, and dandelions -- Himmler takes charge of the rocket program -- The cave fantasy and its consequences -- Kammler's realm -- The fate of the Jews -- Hatred and rationality -- Unreasonable actions and resistance in Poland -- Of three million, one hundred thousand survived -- Jews in the gaus of the Reich -- Epilogue: The somber final victory.
An account of the armament industry in germany during World War II, of the conflict between the author and Himmler over the operation and control of this industry, and of its increasing subordination to Hitler's SS.