Bormann by Volker Koop

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trespasser07
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Bormann by Volker Koop

Post by trespasser07 » 31 Jul 2019 18:52

German biography of Volker Koop has been translated to English;

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Martin-Bormann ... oop&sr=8-3
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J. Duncan
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Re: Bormann by Volker Koop

Post by J. Duncan » 03 Aug 2019 23:22

Thanks for the news. Always on the lookout
for new books however the German book is
348 pages ( average pagination) and the translation is condensed to 248 - excised content.
I think Jochen von Lang is still pretty much
the definitive Bormann biography. He did all the
early footwork, tracking down relatives and
interviewing survivors. Don’t know what Koop
can disclose what hasn’t been already known.

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Re: Bormann by Volker Koop

Post by J. Duncan » 03 Aug 2019 23:27

Noticed Koop wrote a bio of H H Lammers.
That’s one I would have preferred translated.

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