September 18, 2014

Hitler's Shadow - In the Service of the Fuehrer
The personal story of Karl Wilhelm Krause. He was the valet. of the Fuehrer from 1934 to 1939, and was also responsible for his personal safety and security. Through his daily contact with Adolf Hitler, and those of his most intimate circle, both in his public life, as well as, inside the Fuehrer's private quarters, no one had access like Herr Krause. Nor was anyone ever in a better position to observe Hitler; his personal habits, character, and demeanor, and to assess his social interactions with average citizens, employees, friends and colleagues, public figures, academics, leaders of industry, as well as, with foreign leaders and dignitaries. In this one and only interview, recorded on camera in the early 90s, Herr Krause testifies of his duties, his daily routine, and what he saw, heard and experienced, while in the constant presence of, and service to, the leader of the The Third Reich. Hitler called him "mein Schatten" (my shadow).
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Unknown said...

Great find! Thanks for posting! I was amazed by this documentary. Post of the Year Award for you, Whooli!!

Anonymous said...

^ Indeed!

If one were to dive into authentic NS, this interview\documentary offers a great many contradictions, yet is a perfect example of how NS doctrine evolved, and should keep evolving, until such contradictions are ironed out...

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