Hitler's Pope: The Secret History of Pius XII
Viking, 1999 - 430 страница
-- Sold almost 100,000 copies in hardcover
-- Sparked worldwide controversy both inside and outside the Catholic Church
-- Spent five weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and appeared on the Newsday, Boston Globe, New York Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, NCIBA, and Independent bestseller lists
-- A Book-of-the-Month Club, History Book Club, and QuaLity Paperback Book Club Selection
-- Excerpted in Vanity Fair
-- As seen on "Sixty Minutes"
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To his aid and service at this time came an unusual individual: Ludwig Kaas, an
expert in canon law, representative of the Catholic Center Party in the Reichstag,
and (strange for a full-time politician) a Roman Catholic priest. Five years ...
... it.3 When Hitler raised the matter of the Enabling Act, Papen spoke of his
conversation the previous day with Ludwig Kaas. According to Papen, Kaas, who
made no initiatives without Pacelli, had offered "a clear break with the past" and
Papen and Kaas in Rome Meanwhile, the discussion at Hitlers working
committee on Church- State relations had by April 2 ... The following morning,
April 8, in the dining car of the Munich- Rome Express, Papen "by chance" met
Ludwig Kaas, ...
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LibraryThing ReviewКоментар посетиоца странице - nx74defiant - LibraryThing
It started with his childhood. Than goes into his work prior to becoming the pope. He reviews the choices people made that lead up to the Holocaust. What was their priorities. What did they not know or see. Than it goes into his failures as the Pope. He paints a very negative view of the Pope. Прочитајте целу рецензију
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This is a well researched dissection of the diplomatic Career of Egenio Pacelli, who called himself Pius XII. The impression given is that Eugenio was no friend of the Jews. Cornwell's research seems ... Прочитајте целу рецензију