"Albert Speer was not only Hitler's architect and armaments minister, but the Fuhrer's closest friend--his "unhappy love." Speer was one of the few defendants at the Nuremberg Trials to take responsibility for Nazi war crimes, even as he denied knowledge of the Holocaust. Now this enigma of a man is unveiled in a monumental biography by a writer who came to know Speer intimately in his final years."
Kommandant von Sobibor und Treblinka Franz Stangl im Gespräch mit Journalistin Gitta Sereny für ihr Buch “Into That Darkness“. Jahre hatte Stangl sich in Brasilien versteckt, bis man ihn 1967 verhaftete. Nach seiner Verurteilung 1970, wegen Mordes an mindestens 400.000 Juden verstarb Stangl an einem Herzinfarkt in Haft.
Although many balked at her rejection of the notion of evil, Gitta Sereny's openness with the Nazi war criminals she interviewed led them to tell her things that they would never tell anyone else. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/9339865/Gitta-Sereny.html
Stolen Children | Interview with Gitta Sereny. As part of Hitler's plan to create "the master race," 250,000 Jewish children were kidnapped during the war and subjected to Nazi propaganda in an attempt to "cleanse" them of their Jewish heritage. Gitta Sereny, an Austrian-born journalist an author who encountered the kidnapped children in war-torn Europe after the war, described her experience in an interview with Talk Magazine in 2009.