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The architect of the Reich

25 mins | Sep 30, 2017
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Albert Speer was the architect who carved Hitler’s vision into stone, but for decades he escaped the ire of historians, based on his performance during the Nuremberg trials. Michael J. Lewis looks at the complicit legacy of one of the 20th century’s most infamous architects.

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