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Like a disease process, the Gestapo has so saturated German society, was so thoroughly networked to control the press that no organized protest was possible.

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It is well written, well researched, and informative. Jacques Delarue, a saboteur arrested by the Nazis in occupied France, chronicles how the land of Beethoven elevated sadism to a fine art.

I’d recommend it to history buffs, or those needing a reference material, but otherwise? I can only pray that our youth continue to study what led to such heinous atrocities in the name of “loyalty. The German example is already fading. I have often wondered how an entire society could be subdued or seduced to support jjacques maniac and an incompetent strategist like Adolph Hitler, and this book has explained better than many I’ve read in the past.

Books by Jacques Delarue. I would recommend this book to any student who studies WWII history. Its interesting because there are many similarities between the Gestapo and the KGB.

Very good and definitely informative! The original was written in French Language and perhaps the translator used frequently the dictionary, hence, many words relate with that language and even though correct, some have a sort of forced meaning into the phrase where they are located, therefore, the reason for me to give 4 stars to this book.

Trivia About The Gestapo: The writing a translation from French was competent if not elegant. Preview — The Gestapo by Jacques Delarue. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I fully recommend this book, which is a reflection of what is delarrue present happening and preparing to come in some Latin-American countries.


He will arise and he will be followed, and we will pay the price again. But the best was saved for the last few pages where the author reveals the awful truth–none of us are exempt from the temptation to follow the lead of another Hitler. Its interestin Histkria that this book was written in fifties and the topic is very close to the author who was a victim of the Gestapoits a very interesting description of how the Gestapo worked, the infighting, the total control, and just how quickly ordinary people can be corrupted in the right situation.

Given that this book was written in fifties and the topic is very close to the author who was a victim of the Gestapoits a very interesting description of how the Gestapo worked, the infighting, the total control, and just how quickly ordinary people can be corrupted in the right situation.

Productos Reacondicionados Precios bajos en productos revisados por Amazon. Discusses the birth of National Socialism and explains the drama of that scandalous Roehm. It is definitely worth a try if you know at least a bit about World War 2, if you can remember numerous German names and if you want to learn more.

But it presents just how terrifying and brutal they were and how good they were at control. From tothe Gestapo was Nazi Germany’s chief instrument of counter-espionage, political suppression, and terror. Delarue himself says it, back in he took the text of this book directly from real registers raised during the malevolent years of Nazism. It fully explains how a whole country could be forced to be silent as the tortures of the war, the concentration camps, and the persecution of Germans willing to stand up to such heinous acts.

And who will be tomorrow’s victims?

Una plaga de espías: LA GESTAPO, de Jacques Delarue (Bruguera)

At times a bit organizational heavy. At times a little too detailed. You can, and should, read for yourselves the grisly horror of the Nazis, and perhaps worse, the at best cowardice and at worst, the silent and self-serving confirmation and support of the atrocities by the German populace.


Well that day or two took eight. The maipulations of history and education of youth and brainwashing of adults by fear and constant stress and doubts of day to day survival by cold calculating leaders over long periods of time appers to have worked well and cost the world millions of lives and hopes. Seven tons of human HAIR!! Jul 14, Cerisaye rated it liked it Shelves: If you are at all interested in this particular subject, than I highly recommend this book to help round out your knowledge of a despicable era in the history of modern man.

The book is researched in detail and provides a great bit of them. Interesting An in-depth look at the gestapo and their rise to power. Although interesting, the book is a little bit difficult to read because too many uncommonly words are used. Really, the devil exists.

The Gestapo: A History of Horror by Jacques Delarue

The major players of course are mentioned, along histodia names not as known beyond high school history and TV documentaries. This is an older book, which means it doesn’t benefit from the most recent research.

That said, it’s well-written, vivid and approachable. Probably something to avoid. Paperbackpages. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. And a little dry, even for a history book. Aug 06, Martijn Hartman-maatman rated it really liked it Shelves: This book carefully examines the individual personalities of the NAZI main players and there are amazing facts to be learned which have scarcely been covered in the past.

The vignettes of the persons who made up the leadership of this organization are priceless. This book goes step by step into the terror and force that made it possible.