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Hitler"s interpreter

Paul Schmidt

Hitler"s interpreter

by Paul Schmidt

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hitler, Adolf, -- 1889-1945.

  • Edition Notes

    A translation of the second half of the author"s German work entitled Statist auf diplomatischer bühne, 1912-1945.

    StatementEdited by R. H. C. Steed.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination286 p.
    Number of Pages286
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20921359M

    He was an interpreter working in the German foreign ministry where he served from to , and being fluent in English and French he gained respect and was Hitler s usual first choice for the important meetings. During the war years he served as Hitler's interpreter during his meetings with Marshal Philippe Petain and Francisco Franco.   Paul-Otto Schmidt, () was an interpreter working in the German foreign ministry where he served from to He was fluent in English and French and was the main interpreter for Adolf Hitler during the key pre-war moments, such as the Munich Agreement, the British Declaration of War and the surrender of France/5(17).

    He was an interpreter working in the German foreign ministry where he served from to , and being fluent in English and French he gained respect and was Hitler’s usual first choice for the important meetings. During the war years he served as Hitler’s interpreter during his meetings with Marshal Philippe Petain among others. The book is the memoir of a Russian translator who worked in Berlin during the fall of the city, and one of the tasks she was given was to prove Hitler’s death. Toward the beginning of May , Belin was in chaos with gunfire crackling as the Red Army mopped up the last of the German forces, and Russian troops celebrating amongst the rubble.

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Paul Otto Schmidt was an interpreter in the German foreign ministry for more than 20 years, serving Hitler at key foreign policy encounters. He served as the translator for Chamberlain’s negotiations with Hitler over the Munich agreement, the British Declaration of War, the signature of the Nazi-Soviet Pact and the surrender of by: Interpreter Elena Rzhevskaya, t helped comb through the warren of underground rooms, interrogating survivors and seeking clues to his fate.

Rzhevskaya’s ‘Memoirs of a Wartime Interpreter,’ out now for the first time in English, tells their detective story.” Susannah Cahalan, New York Post/5(12). The Pure Functionary Hitler’s Interpreter: The Secret History of German Diplomacy.

By Paul Schmidt. Macmillan. $ If in this book Dr. Schmidt—German Foreign Office translator and interpreter from until —fails to define himself as the perfect paradigm of the time-server, it is for one reason only: there are elements of the flunky in his make-up and attitudes which run.

Paul-Otto Schmidt was a translator in the German foreign ministry from During his career, he served as the translator for Neville Chamberlain's negotiations with Adolf Hitler over the Munich Agreement (September ), the British Declaration of War, and the surrender of France (June )/5. COVID Resources.

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Book Type: S. by Paul Schmidt, pages, b/w illustrations. As the main interpreter for Adolf Hitler during the key prewar moments, such as the Munich Agreement, the British Declaration of War and the surrender of France, Paul-Otto Schmidt was well placed to.

Paul Otto Schmidt was an interpreter in the German foreign ministry for more than 20 years, serving Hitler at key foreign policy encounters.

He served as the translator for Chamberlain’s negotiations with Hitler over the Munich agreement, the British Declaration of War, the signature of the Nazi-Soviet Pact and the surrender of : He was an interpreter working in the German foreign ministry where he served from toand being fluent in English and French he gained respect and was Hitler s usual first choice for the important meetings.

During the war years he served as Hitler\'s interpreter during his meetings with Marshal Philippe Petain and Francisco Franco. Hitlers Interpreter by Paul Schmidt. You Searched For: Author Softback pages with B&W photographsPublished Price £ Schmidt s book is helpful in gaining an insight into the minutiae of Third Reich thinking and planning as much as planning went beyond Hitler s will.

One classic nugget is from the early morning of 3 September. ** This electronic edition includes black-and-white photographs ** As the main interpreter for Adolf Hitler during the key prewar moments, such as the Munich Agreement, the British Declaration of War and the surrender of France, Paul-Otto Schmidt was well placed to record his impressions of events from up to /5.

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Rzhevskaya's 'Memoirs of a Wartime Interpreter, ' out now for the first time in English, tells their detective story."--Susannah Cahalan "New York Post " "Though this skillfully written work assumes some prior knowledge of the Eastern Front, it will entertain and inform both the general reader and the WWII history expert."--Publisher's Weekly/5(13).

The initial Soviet report. The project that grew into the compilation of The Hitler Book began shortly after the end of the Second World War in Europe. Josef Stalin had doubted the official story that Adolf Hitler had indeed committed suicide, and personally believed that Hitler had fled and that the Western Allies had granted him political asylum.: xxiv At the end ofStalin ordered the.

As an interpreter in the German Foreign Ministry, Paul-Otto Schmidt () was in attendance at some of the most decisive moments of twentieth-century history.

Fluent in both English and French, he served as Hitler's translator during negotiations with Chamberlain, the British declaration of war and the surrender of France, as well as 5/5(1).

He was an interpreter working in the German foreign ministry where he served from toand being fluent in English and French he gained respect and was Hitler s usual first choice for the important meetings.

During the war years he served as Hitler's interpreter during his meetings with Marshal Philippe Petain and Francisco : Paul Otto Schmidt was an interpreter in the German foreign ministry for more than 20 years, serving Hitler at key foreign policy encounters. He served as the translator for Chamberlain’s negotiations with Hitler over the Munich agreement, the British Declaration of War, the signature of the Nazi-Soviet Pact and the surrender of France.

Hitler's Interpreter The Secret History of German Diplomacy By Dr Paul Schmidt First published March Reprinted April pages. Book Browser Pty Ltd © Mein Kampf (German: [maɪn ˈkampf]; My Struggle or My Fight) is a autobiographical manifesto by Nazi Party leader Adolf work describes the process by which Hitler became antisemitic and outlines his political ideology and future plans for Germany.

Volume 1 of Mein Kampf was published in and Volume 2 in The book was edited firstly by Emil Maurice, then by Hitler's Author: Adolf Hitler. Book Overview A crucial first- person source for any one interested in the workings of Hitler's inner circle Paul Otto Schmidt was an interpreter in the German foreign ministry for more than 20 years, serving Hitler at key foreign policy encounters.Hitler's Interpreter.

Paul Schmidt. Macmillan, - Germany - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all. Hitler's Interpreter: The Memoirs of Paul Schmidt. Paul-Otto Schmidt, () was an interpreter working in the German foreign ministry where he served from to He was fluent in English and French and was the main interpreter for Adolf Hitler during the key pre-war moments, such as the Munich Agreement, the British Declaration of War and the surrender of France.5/5(5).