My Father's Keeper Children of Nazi Leaders - an Intimate History of Damage and Denial

ISBN-10: 0316089753
ISBN-13: 9780316089753
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Description: My Father's Keeper is a uniquely illuminating addition to the dark literature of the Nazi era. In 1959 the German journalist Norbert Lebert conducted extensive interviews with the young sons and daughters of prominent Nazis: Rudolf Hess, Martin  More...

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Book details

List price: $19.99
Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Publication date: 9/5/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550

My Father's Keeper is a uniquely illuminating addition to the dark literature of the Nazi era. In 1959 the German journalist Norbert Lebert conducted extensive interviews with the young sons and daughters of prominent Nazis: Rudolf Hess, Martin Bormann, Hermann Goring, Heinrich Himmler, et al. Forty years later, Lebert's son Stephan tracked down these same men and women to find out how they had lived their lives in the shadow of a horrifying heritage. Drawing on both sets of firsthand interviews, this revelatory work of history offers a fascinating, surprising, often disturbing view of modern Germany and Nazism's legacy. Book jacket.

Stephan Lebert attended the DJ (German Journalism School) in Munich. Since 1999 he has been editor-in-chief of the Berliner Tagesspiegel.

Norbert Lebert (1929-1923) was the author of numerous books published in Germany.

Prologue
For You Bear My Name
The 1959 Manuscript: Wolf-Rudiger Hess
Who Were the Fathers?
The 1959 Manuscript: Wolf-Rudiger Hess and the Nazi Women
On a Home Page the Story Continues
The 1959 Manuscript: Martin Bormann Junior
A Priest Offers a Warning about the Future
The 1959 Manuscript: Niklas and Norman Frank
A Man Wants to Destroy His Father
The 1959 Manuscript: Gudrun Himmler
An Embittered Daughter and the Not-Wanting-to-See Principle
The 1959 Manuscript: Edda Goring
A Sightseeing Tour of Munich in the Year 2000
The 1959 Manuscript: The von Schirach Brothers
A Final Meeting with the Lawyer
Afterword

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