The book Albert Speer: His Battle with Truthwell documented account of the man who was closest to Adolf Hitler. Speer comes close, but does not fully comprehend his role and actions during the Second World War. He tells Gitta Serney a very emotional account of his life and his own personal trials and tribulations. This fantastic account of Speer's life makes the reader feel as though: I have actually meet this man. But you know you have not. Although Speer is not hear to take questions about this book, Gitta Serney gives the man a sence of justice. Gitta uses basic question to stir and jog the memory of the aging Speer and her account of this interview is a wonderful insight to the man who was closest to Hitler.
This report prepared by Justin Gerstein