The Hidden Nazi: The Untold Story of America’s Deal With the Devil, Dean Reuter. Regnery History.
This great and very informative and well researched read will give you a view into the untold stories of WWII and the Nazis, General Hans Kammler, someone you probably have not heard of till now. Kammler was acquainted with both Wernher von Braun, Nazi rocket scientist, and SS Chief Heinrich Himmler who was one of the most powerful men in Nazi Germany and a main planner of the Holocaust. Kammler organized concentration camps and slave labor sites and actually changed the design of Auschwitz to increase crowding so disease would spread.
Kammler was declared death after the war but it was never proven that he committed suicide.
Dean Reuter, Colm Lowery, and Keith Chester have spent decades pursuing the trail of Kammler while discovering documents that have been hidden since the 1940s. It is thought that the real site of Kammler’s death was in the Chech Republic after being in the custody of the United States.
Kammler was hidden from public view. One will ask why? Did he cooperate with Nuremberg prosecutors and or was he protected for the knowledge he had of the Nazi rocket program and secret weapons that Germany had developed?
This is an in depth look into the life of a Nazi who seemed to disappear into thin air at the end of World War II.
While reading this book you will be witness to:
- A firsthand interview with Kammler’s son, as he lay on his German deathbed
- Holocaust survivor, Joseph Gringlas’s testimony of enduring Kammler’s death camps
- S. government documents proving Kammler was in U. S. custody for months after war’s end and his reported suicide
- Astonishing and extensive preparations Kammler and others made to establish the 4th Reich
- Newly unearthed evidence of how far the Nazis had progressed in their nuclear research, information that America were unaware of during the war…..Carol
Excerpt: Page 47 Kammler: The Engineer of Efficient Concentration Camps
At Auschwitz as elsewhere, Kammler demanded unconditional obedience from his subordinates, insisting his orders by carried out with “prompt and exact execution.” On the very day Bischoff took office, Kammler laid down his exacting expectations. He “Issued a standard plan for the housing of concentration camp inmates,” deciding how many prisoners could be forced into each barrack. Then in a series of twenty-five drawings, he provided the construction specifications for every concentration camp through the Reich. What Henry Ford did for assembly-line mass production of automobiles, Kammler did for Nazi concentration camps, demanding fixed processes and materials to achieve speed and efficiency of scale.
About the Authors:
Dean Reutter is general counsel, vice president, and director of the Practice Groups of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy. He has overseen criminal investigations for two federal Offices of the Inspector General and was the Editor of Liberty’s Nemesis: The Unchecked Expansion of the State and Confronting Terro: 9/11 and the Future of American National Security.
Colm Lowery is an award-winning lecturer in biomedical science at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, where he lectures in molecular biology and its application to biowarfare and bioterrorism. He has published over forty peer-reviewed scientific papers, book chapters, and review articles.
Keith Chester is an investigative researcher and author. In 1999, he began researching aerial phenomena reported by Allied military pilots during the Second World War, an effort that culminated in the publication of Strange Company in 2007. 2007 was the same year his focus turned to the mystery surrounding SS General Hans Kammler.