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.

Did Hermann Goering’s schizophrenia excuse his crimes? Was war hero, Ernst Udet’s suicide a case of shame? Did Albert Goering save hundreds of Jews because he was a good man dedicated to the Third Reich’s destruction, or simply one who delighted in bringing about his own brother’s downfall? Did Wilm Hosenfeld deserve the acclaim he received as the man who saved the famous concert pianist, Wladyslaw Szpilman?