In the Way of the Reich

YOU’LL BE SHOCKED TO FIND SOME GOOD IN HITLER’S ‘BAD’

In her third work of fact-based fiction, Paula Astridge opens up a veritable Pandora’s Box on what went on behind the scenes of the Third Reich. Digging deep into the pit of Hitler’s evil, she has hit on an enormous amount of hidden ‘good’ which came from a remarkable source! Hers is a revelation about Hermann Goering and his brother Albert; of famous flying Ace Ernst Udet and of Wilm Hosenfeld – until recently, an unknown Captain of the German Wehrmacht. Continue reading

Golden Boy – The Albert Speer Story

THE HUSH-HUSH BEHIND HITLER’S CLOSED DOORS.

In her second book to hit the market, Paula Astridge once again lifts the lid on what went on behind the scenes of the Third Reich. This time her focus is on Albert Speer and his unusual relationship with Adolf Hitler. Like a father, and perhaps far more, the Fuhrer singled Speer out as the not-so-brilliant young architect he was, and shot him up the ranks of the Reich to take on the powerful position as its Armaments and Munitions Minister.
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Kill the Fuhrer

HITLER WON’T DIE… HE JUST WON’T DIE!!

Here is a story of supreme courage and stark terror – of two men’s bid to commit the perfect murder. Rear Admiral Wilhelm Canaris (Head of WW11 German Intelligence) and Count Claus von Stauffenberg (Military Officer and War Hero) were the two leading lights of the German conspiracy to assassinate Adolf Hitler. Continue reading

About the author – Paula Astridge

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Australian author, Paula Astridge, was born in 1958 in the country town of Inverell (NSW). She worked for Rolling Stone Magazine and the Newspaper Industry in Sydney before co-founding a successful Advertising Agency in North Sydney.  In 2001, she sold her shares in it, to pursue her writing career on a full-time basis.

“I always had a profound interest in Ancient History,” said Ms. Astridge, “Which made it all the more surprising that I felt compelled to write KILL THE FUHRER, and then to concentrate my efforts on The Second World War for a further two books about Albert Speer and Hermann Goering” Continue reading