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Entrevista a los jerarcas nazis Albert Speer y Karl Dönitz (1976) [ENG]

#5 En absoluto se confunde nada. Albert Speer era tan nazi como los demás, sólo que sus cargos no fueron tan relevantes a la hora de escabechar gente. De arquitecto para ensalzar la imagen del régimen a ministro de armamento, donde fue el responsable de la producción que luego utilizaba el ejército.

Respecto a Dönitz, bien podría haber renunciado a su cargo en una guerra a todas luces injustificada, y haberse largado del país.
#5 Por si las dudas, Speer entró en el partido nazi en 1931, y Dönitz era conocido por ser más nazi que el propio HItler:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Speer

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Dönitz#Nazism_and_antisemitism

"Dönitz was a dedicated Nazi and a passionate supporter of Hitler, something he tried to obscure after the war. Raeder described him as "a picture-book Nazi and confirmed anti-Semite". Several naval officers described him as "closely tied to Hitler and Nazi ideology." On one occasion, he spoke of Hitler's humanity. Another event, in which he spoke to Hitler Youth in what was defined as an "inappropriate way," earned him the nickname of "Hitler Youth Dönitz." He refused to help Albert Speer stop the scorched earth policy dictated by Hitler and is also noted to have declared, "In comparison to Hitler we are all pipsqueaks. Anyone who believes he can do better than the Führer is stupid."

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