In The Garden of Beasts : Love and terror in Hitler’s Berlin
by Erik Larson
Editor: Transworld Publishers Ltd
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Berlin,1933William EDodd, a sweet-mannered Chicago academic, has his own and everyone’s surprise, become the first in America to Hitler’s Germany ambassador, in a year that turns out to be a turning point in historyDodd and his family, including his lively daughter, Martha, observe first-hand about the many changes, some subtle, sometimes overwhelming, and some terrible and violent – signal Hitler’s consolidation of powerDodd had little choice but to associate them with key figures in the Nazi party, his increasingly worried cables had little impact on the indifference of the U.S. State Department, while Martha was attracted to the Nazis and their vision of a “New Germany” and had a succession of business with executives of the players’ party, including the first leader of the GestapoBut as the year darkens, the Dodd law and his daughter find their lives transformed and the very last illusion they might have about Hitler are broken by the violence of the “Night of the Long Knives” in the summer of 1934, which makes him the supreme dictatorImpregnated with the tense atmosphere of the time, and with the brilliant portraits of Hitler, Goebbels, Goering and Himmler, among others, Erik Larson’s new book brings a unique insight into the events that are taking place, resulting in an unforgettable, addictive readable experience the work of storytelling
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