Top Nazi SS General Karl Wolff by Jochen von Lang
The Man Between Hitler and Himmler

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The only biography of SS General Karl Wolff, who for many years would function as Himmler’s adjutant within the SS. One of Hitler’s favorites, Wolff played an increasingly key role until he was appointed head of the German SS and police in 1943 in Italy, where he negotiated the secret surrender to Allen Dulles.
 

About Jochen von Lang

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Jochen von Lang, born in 1925, a veteran journalist and historian, was the editor of Stern news magazine. His best known book is The Secretary, the only biography of Martin Bormann: The Man Who Manipulated Hitler. He is also known for an early report on Auschwitz death camp entitled "Assassin Like You and Me?
 
Published June 1, 2005 by Enigma Books, New York, NY. 403 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Travel, War.

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