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By Philip Kerr

Bernie Gunther returns to path a serial killer in 1950's Buenos Aires

whilst he brought Bernie Gunther within the unique Berlin Noir trilogy, Philip Kerr instantly verified himself as a mystery author on par with Raymond Chandler. His new Bernie Gunther novels have received him comparisons with Alan Furst, John le Carré, and Graham Greene. A Quiet Flame reveals Gunther in Argentina, circa 1950, the place he- falsely accused of Nazi struggle crimes-has been provided a brand new existence and a fresh passport through the Perón govt. however the tricky, fast-talking detective doesn't have the luxurious of laying low while a serial killer- whose crimes may perhaps succeed in again to Berlin ahead of the war-is mutilating younger women. Taut, gritty, and loaded with evocative historic aspect, A Quiet Flame is between Kerr's most sensible paintings but.

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Berlin also informed Dollfuss that Austrian Nazis had the right to choose Hitler as their Fuehrer. AUSCHWITZ TRIAL. See FRANKFURT TRIAL. AUSLAND-SD. ) dealing with intelligence in foreign countries. AUSLANDSDEUTSCHE (Germans In Foreign Countries). Germans who had spent their early and impressionable years in a German community abroad. National Socialist racial doctrine held that all such Germans retained their affiliation with the homeland. National Socialism appealed to many Germans living abroad, especially in the United States (see GERMAN-AMERICAN BUND) and Argentina.

The only monuments to the past, he said, were to be found in architecture. Only through this art form could the greatness of Greek and Roman times be visualized. He would himself demonstrate the glory of his own work for future generations and transmit to them the spirit of the Third Reich through its monumental buildings. "Why always the biggest? I do this to restore to each individual German his self-respect. '" His new German architecture would show a union between the Greek Doric and the Germanic form, in his mind an ideal artistic combination.

Artur Axmann was born in Hagen on February 18, 1913. ), the Hitler Youth, in 1928 and became so active in its affairs that within four years he was called to a position of leadership in the organization. In 1933, after Hitler became Chancellor, Axmann was made chief of the Social Office of the Reich Youth Leadership. ). In 1941 he served on the eastern front. ) during Hitler's last days in April 1945 (see also GOTTERDAMMERUNG). According to William L. ), Axmann deserted his battalion of boys defending the Pichelsdorf Bridge in Berlin to save his own life.

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