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Albert Speer
  Albert Speer 1905 - 1981   
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29 December 1979  Radio 4

Albert Speer talks to Roger Clark about

   Audiodesigning the Nuremberg rallies and why they were staged at night  3 min 54

   Audiothe construction of the Reichskanzlei in 1938  3 min 56

   Audiothe design of Hitler's study  1 min 0

   AudioHitler's architectural plans  2 min 25

   Audiohis move from being Hitler's architect to becoming his minister  0 min 56

   Audiohow he became Minister of armaments and war production  4 min 44


World Tonight
5 October 1970  Radio 4

Albert Speer talks to Douglas Stuart about

   Audiowhat made him join the Nazi party  0 min 37

   Audiowhy Hitler appealed to him  0 min 28

   Audiohis commitment to the war and acceptance of the concentration camps  1 min 53


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Albert Speer
German architect

Hitler's chief architect from 1933 to 1945, Albert Speer was later appointed minister for armaments and war production 1942-45. After the war he was tried at Nuremberg and served a 20 year sentence at Spandau prison in West Berlin. He went on to write several books.

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Testimony of Albert Speer

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