Best work on Heinrich “Gestapo” Mueller

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Best work on Heinrich “Gestapo” Mueller

Post by trespasser07 » 13 Feb 2021 19:08

Can anyone recommend a good biography in English for Heinrich “Gestapo” Mueller? There are a good fee books out there but want a factual one if possible without theories or speculations about his fate.

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Re: Best work on Heinrich “Gestapo” Mueller

Post by steve248 » 21 May 2021 17:24

No replies in the intervening months as there are no biographies of Stapo-Müller in English.
Just two slim biographies in German by Andreas Seeger (1996) and Joachim Bornschein (2004); neither do full justice to his role in the killing of millions.
A biography still waiting to be written.

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Re: Best work on Heinrich “Gestapo” Mueller

Post by Michael Miller » 22 May 2021 16:22

Andreas Schulz & Dr. Dieter Zinke (†), Die Generale der Waffen-SS und der Polizei, Band 3: Lammerding-Plesch. Biblio-Verlag, 2008.

The biographical sketch of Müller spans pp. 240-265 and is quite detailed.

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