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Which all makes for a mixed bag of random conversations, subplots, and scenarios that make you ask what if The bomb which was to kill Hitler was detonated by Colonel Claus Count von Stauffenberg, who volunteered for the job.

Amazingly, Gisevius was no fan of Stauffenberg. He is quick to lionize some of his co-plotters names abound, and I had to peruse the index countless times just to keep track of them , but relegates the one man who could and would do the most dangerous part of the plot--Stauffenberg-- to a walk-on part, neglecting, even refusing to recognize Stauffenberg's significant role in the whole enterprise.

As I analyze it, Gisevius's grievance may have been a result of Stauffenberg's dismissive attitude toward Gisevius's efforts and contribution to the plot, an observation Gisevius gathered based on their one and only meeting at a safehouse, just days before the planned detonation.

Taking that timeline into consideration, this meant Stauffenberg would have been too nervous and distracted to think of social niceties and posturing, given the looming uncertainty that lay ahead of him.

It took me a while to finish this book. I had some conflicting, sometimes inconsistent sentiments to certain sweeping conclusions expressed by the author.

But ultimately, when Gisevius waxes pragmatic, one can't help but see parallels with the state of the world today: One of the most remarkable phenomena of the war years, moreover, was the creation not only of a collective frenzy of jubilation, but a collective sense of misery as well.

In calculating the inner strength of a government based on terror, one must take into account the tremendous efforts that frightened men will put forth, not out of enthusiasm, desire for victory, or blind submission, but quite simply out of hopelessness and despair.

Once the system of terror has been installed, however, there is only one course remaining to each individual and to all individuals collectively: to fight the terrorists with the same courage and tenacity, with the same willingness to take risks, that they employ in wartime under "orders" when they fight against the "enemy.

An in-depth account of the failed plot to kill Hitler in This book covered a lot of detail of different names and where they sat in the resistance against Hitler.

It was interesting to read about how much work had gone on in and The book then jumps to and the attempted Putsch. The author was a key part on the day, but his account is very personal and it shows just how much misinformation was involved on teh day.

It was chaotic, and hurried, and that came across in the writing An in-depth account of the failed plot to kill Hitler in It was chaotic, and hurried, and that came across in the writing.

As soon as it had come, the Putsch had gone and most of the conspirators were dead. This seemed to focus on the wrong parts, but then again it was very personal Interesting to read a first hand account written at the time.

It's not a gripping polished modern narrative history but it is worth reading and the second half is better than the first. However, I couldn't keep track of most of the people and never had a good feeling for who many of them were.

To get top of the heap, and to start a war, and to institute Death Camps for Jews and other undesirables, Hitler had to leave many corpses.

Among this carnage are the dead bodies of some of Germany's Finest People. Gisivius, who was also an insider in the tragically unsucessful attempts to get rid of Hitler.

Agent Gisivius also distinguished himself as a witness at Nuremberg with his testimo To get top of the heap, and to start a war, and to institute Death Camps for Jews and other undesirables, Hitler had to leave many corpses.

Agent Gisivius also distinguished himself as a witness at Nuremberg with his testimony that enraged Herman Goering, the same Goering that was able to frustrate Supreme Court Justice Jackson's prosecution efforts.

Gisivius goes though several adventures, from the Nazi Regime's bloody beginnings, to his transfer to the Abwehr [German Military Intelligence] under Canaris, to the frustrating attempts to get rid of Hitler, often interrupted by the major events of the war, and the lawless antics of Nazi Functionaries including the embarrassing trials that took place for the Reichstagg Fire.

Firstly, Hitler was a constitutional scholar, not in the sense that Thomas Jefferson was, but in the same sense that Houdini was a Locksmith.

Hitler reasoned that the Law of the Land was what the Police enforced. His partners, Goering, Frick, Bormann, Hess, Rohm, and later Himmler, proceeded to build the Gestapo, which they eventually integrated into the Police.

The SA acted independantly, starting their own private concentration camps. A power struggle broke out for control of the Police which Gisivius describes in detail with black humor.

Meanwhile,Goering uses his special units to end the SA private concentration camps with his own special purge Goering wanted no competition.

In its first months, the Nazi Regime has already shot a Mountain of Corpses. It was frustrating work to bring about the end of the Nazi Regime.

Hitler, when he was in the deepest of doodoo as in the Reichstagg Fire Trial was able to pull off some magic trick to put himself back into a favorable light, be it the Annexation of Austria, the Occupation of the Rhineland where he narrowly missed being declared insane , the annexation of Czechoslocakia, Poland, and the Russian Front.

Instead, Hitler stayed on and things turned sour by degrees, and it took till before things got bad enough for Assassination Atempts to become sufficiently daring to recieve notice.

Granted, the March attempt happened, but those in the know did not talk about it. It was so secret, even Hitler did not know!

Hitler was certainly protected by his own Guardian Devil! The Big Day approaches! We must get rid of Hitler. The German Resistance meets for one last time before it happens.

The German Resistance were certainly a cut above the average Resistance Movement. In the French Resistance, you only had to worry about an interrogation [you did your duty if you lasted 24 hours] and a speedy execution, with some hope of release.

The German Resistance, on the other hand, had secrets that had to be kept for months! No quick execution by pistol either! These guys died by long messy execution by piano wire at the end of a Meat Hook!

Look up Fritz Nova's book for the biographys of the July 20th Martyrs to get into the details. They argue and dissent! Stauffenberg delays and delays, with the hope of getting Hitler, Himmler, and Goering in one fell swoop.

Leber has been arrested and is about to be shot, whom Stauffenberg wishes to save as a consequence of his tyrannicide. Staufenberg can delay no longer and the bomb goes off!

The Abwehr acts with Operation Valkyrie, or does it? When Gisivius sees that the dawdling that ensues will come to naught, he looks up his friend, Police President von Heldorf and attempts to abscound.

Tragicommically, his attempts to leave the country are frustrated. The Good News is that Gisivius'es hous has been bombed, making it an excellent hiding place for the duration of the war.

Finally, the Allies escort him out of Germany as Germany perishes in flames. This is not a book for the weak of stomach!

It is a study of Tyranny. Fritz von Hayek's Road to Serfdom had already been published in , but doubtless, had Gisivius and Hayek had ever met, the von Hayek chapters on German and Austrian History would have been thicker.

This book deserves to be a contender for the top Great Books of All Times, and is Certainly worth the trouble to read.

An excellent firsthand account of not only the Valkyrie plot, but also of the political and military personalities behind the several organizations involved, this memoir offers a unique perspective from one of the more involved conspirators.

The detail with which Gisevius recalls the events leading up to the July 20th Putsch is remarkable, and gives a realistic view of the several opinions even within those seeking to establish the new government.

This account is abridged, and piqued my interest An excellent firsthand account of not only the Valkyrie plot, but also of the political and military personalities behind the several organizations involved, this memoir offers a unique perspective from one of the more involved conspirators.

This account is abridged, and piqued my interest to read the original book, "To The Bitter End". This book is a lot of talk with very little action.

That being said, there was a reason for the lack of gore. The author, Hans Gisevius, was merely writing everything from HIS perspective -- which was mostly as a main conspiritor in the assasination of Hitler.

I had already seen the movie, so it was different not seeing Stauffenbourg in the same kind of light if you read the introduction you'll find This book is a lot of talk with very little action.

I had already seen the movie, so it was different not seeing Stauffenbourg in the same kind of light if you read the introduction you'll find out a little more about why Gisevius disliked him so much.

It was an interesting book, but very hard to keep track of the "players" and the different groups.

I would recommend it to people who enjoy reading WWII books. But if you are looking to read it because you found the movie to be riveting and exciting, I would look elsewhere.

The movie was made to keep you on the edge of your seat while the book admittedly so by the author is simply to relate what happened from his eyes concerning the attempts on Hitler's life.

The author seems to want to point out what "good Germans" each one was. After seeing the movie of the same name, I had to read the book The author was one of the main "conspirators.

Stauffenburg, whom he criticizes quite a bit in the book. The tragic sense of loss he expresses is sadly moving as he describes the fate of his dear friends one at a time.

One of the most interesting parts After seeing the movie of the same name, I had to read the book I would recommend this book for anyone interested in WWII history.

Couldn't make it far in this at all. The first half of the book has nothing to do with the story from the title and is essentially ramblings from a guy who seems to be incredibly jaded from the fact that he wasn't as involved as he'd like to be.

I really wanted to enjoy this and this time period is my favorite to read and study, but this book wasn't even close to holding my interest.

That being said, this should have been made to be a reference for historians, not a book for the masses. I'd not realized that this book was written during and after the war.

Gisevius ends with a tribute to his many friends who died ". Few ages have produced so many martyrs as ours, and in time to come countless Germans will also be included in the roll of honor of those who perished for freedom and a better future.

A remarkable account of the German resistance to the Third Reich. It's complicated writing but worth it to understand better what went on.

It is history worth learning in order to avoid it in the future. This book shows a lot about the beginning of the Jewish genocide led by Adolf Hitler around World War 2.

While depicting Hitler's background, this book tells us of the many different plans used to assassinate Hitler, yet none ever succeeded.

A little dry in content, but I recommend this book to anyone with fascinations towards history!

Excellent book If you're at all interested in what went on in the Third Reich, this is a book to add to your reading list.

Gisevius is a primary resource about the growth of terror and the Gestapo from the earliest days of Nazi Germany.

He's also a good writer. The chapters flow. It an effective combination of his experiences and his commentary. I highly recommend this book.

It picked up in the middle as you'd probably expect in an assassination thriller , but the events leading up to Jan. I chose this book because the ads for the movie were all over the television I am not a Tom Cruise fan sorry Scientolgy [sp:] fans , but I wanted to know more about the story.

Having read the book, I now need to see the movie to see how true the screenplay is to the book. A very dry read, but an interesting first person account of Operation Valkyrie.

It's a bit self-serving, but it definitely gives you more perspective and insight into what went down than the movie did and was a more accurate portrayal too.

Fascinating account of someone who was actually right there through many historic moments that everyone spends time writing about over 60 years later.

Very fascinating. Would like to know more about the author. It starts out a bit slow, but the action really picks up as soon as the author one of the few surviving plotters dives into those fateful days of July when Stauffenberg makes his assassination attempt.

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Ugh - this book was painful. Scattered notes all over the place, unnecessary details and no real flow. I expected a lot more, although I was warned.

Very boring until it reaches the point when they plot in action. It starts out slow, then the tension builds up as history as we know it unfolds.

The epilogue is not to be missed. This is an extremely subjective account of the putschists' long-winded, often convoluted, and exponentially frustrating plot to kill Adolf Hitler by Hans Bernd Gisevius: an intelligent, stubbornly proud, ambitious, and intrepid civil servant with a penchant for posterity.

It deserves 5 stars for being one of the few documented insider accounts of the years, months, weeks, days, and e It starts out slow, then the tension builds up as history as we know it unfolds.

It deserves 5 stars for being one of the few documented insider accounts of the years, months, weeks, days, and eventually, hours leading to the detonation of the bomb that was supposed to off Hitler.

Why so few accounts? Because so few of them survived the eventual aftermath. And the few who survived were not as conscientious as Gisevius, who documented the plotters' connections, clandestine meetings, mishaps and strategies, interspersed with his personal opinions and character sketches of his allies, his fears, reflections, and reservations for the future.

Which all makes for a mixed bag of random conversations, subplots, and scenarios that make you ask what if The bomb which was to kill Hitler was detonated by Colonel Claus Count von Stauffenberg, who volunteered for the job.

Amazingly, Gisevius was no fan of Stauffenberg. He is quick to lionize some of his co-plotters names abound, and I had to peruse the index countless times just to keep track of them , but relegates the one man who could and would do the most dangerous part of the plot--Stauffenberg-- to a walk-on part, neglecting, even refusing to recognize Stauffenberg's significant role in the whole enterprise.

As I analyze it, Gisevius's grievance may have been a result of Stauffenberg's dismissive attitude toward Gisevius's efforts and contribution to the plot, an observation Gisevius gathered based on their one and only meeting at a safehouse, just days before the planned detonation.

Taking that timeline into consideration, this meant Stauffenberg would have been too nervous and distracted to think of social niceties and posturing, given the looming uncertainty that lay ahead of him.

It took me a while to finish this book. I had some conflicting, sometimes inconsistent sentiments to certain sweeping conclusions expressed by the author.

But ultimately, when Gisevius waxes pragmatic, one can't help but see parallels with the state of the world today: One of the most remarkable phenomena of the war years, moreover, was the creation not only of a collective frenzy of jubilation, but a collective sense of misery as well.

In calculating the inner strength of a government based on terror, one must take into account the tremendous efforts that frightened men will put forth, not out of enthusiasm, desire for victory, or blind submission, but quite simply out of hopelessness and despair.

Once the system of terror has been installed, however, there is only one course remaining to each individual and to all individuals collectively: to fight the terrorists with the same courage and tenacity, with the same willingness to take risks, that they employ in wartime under "orders" when they fight against the "enemy.

An in-depth account of the failed plot to kill Hitler in This book covered a lot of detail of different names and where they sat in the resistance against Hitler.

It was interesting to read about how much work had gone on in and The book then jumps to and the attempted Putsch.

The author was a key part on the day, but his account is very personal and it shows just how much misinformation was involved on teh day. It was chaotic, and hurried, and that came across in the writing An in-depth account of the failed plot to kill Hitler in It was chaotic, and hurried, and that came across in the writing.

As soon as it had come, the Putsch had gone and most of the conspirators were dead. This seemed to focus on the wrong parts, but then again it was very personal Interesting to read a first hand account written at the time.

It's not a gripping polished modern narrative history but it is worth reading and the second half is better than the first.

However, I couldn't keep track of most of the people and never had a good feeling for who many of them were.

To get top of the heap, and to start a war, and to institute Death Camps for Jews and other undesirables, Hitler had to leave many corpses.

Among this carnage are the dead bodies of some of Germany's Finest People. Gisivius, who was also an insider in the tragically unsucessful attempts to get rid of Hitler.

Agent Gisivius also distinguished himself as a witness at Nuremberg with his testimo To get top of the heap, and to start a war, and to institute Death Camps for Jews and other undesirables, Hitler had to leave many corpses.

Agent Gisivius also distinguished himself as a witness at Nuremberg with his testimony that enraged Herman Goering, the same Goering that was able to frustrate Supreme Court Justice Jackson's prosecution efforts.

Gisivius goes though several adventures, from the Nazi Regime's bloody beginnings, to his transfer to the Abwehr [German Military Intelligence] under Canaris, to the frustrating attempts to get rid of Hitler, often interrupted by the major events of the war, and the lawless antics of Nazi Functionaries including the embarrassing trials that took place for the Reichstagg Fire.

Firstly, Hitler was a constitutional scholar, not in the sense that Thomas Jefferson was, but in the same sense that Houdini was a Locksmith.

Hitler reasoned that the Law of the Land was what the Police enforced. His partners, Goering, Frick, Bormann, Hess, Rohm, and later Himmler, proceeded to build the Gestapo, which they eventually integrated into the Police.

The SA acted independantly, starting their own private concentration camps. A power struggle broke out for control of the Police which Gisivius describes in detail with black humor.

Meanwhile,Goering uses his special units to end the SA private concentration camps with his own special purge Goering wanted no competition.

In its first months, the Nazi Regime has already shot a Mountain of Corpses. It was frustrating work to bring about the end of the Nazi Regime.

Hitler, when he was in the deepest of doodoo as in the Reichstagg Fire Trial was able to pull off some magic trick to put himself back into a favorable light, be it the Annexation of Austria, the Occupation of the Rhineland where he narrowly missed being declared insane , the annexation of Czechoslocakia, Poland, and the Russian Front.

Instead, Hitler stayed on and things turned sour by degrees, and it took till before things got bad enough for Assassination Atempts to become sufficiently daring to recieve notice.

Granted, the March attempt happened, but those in the know did not talk about it. It was so secret, even Hitler did not know!

Hitler was certainly protected by his own Guardian Devil! The Big Day approaches! We must get rid of Hitler.

The German Resistance meets for one last time before it happens. The German Resistance were certainly a cut above the average Resistance Movement.

In the French Resistance, you only had to worry about an interrogation [you did your duty if you lasted 24 hours] and a speedy execution, with some hope of release.

The German Resistance, on the other hand, had secrets that had to be kept for months! No quick execution by pistol either!

These guys died by long messy execution by piano wire at the end of a Meat Hook! Look up Fritz Nova's book for the biographys of the July 20th Martyrs to get into the details.

They argue and dissent! Stauffenberg delays and delays, with the hope of getting Hitler, Himmler, and Goering in one fell swoop. Leber has been arrested and is about to be shot, whom Stauffenberg wishes to save as a consequence of his tyrannicide.

Staufenberg can delay no longer and the bomb goes off! The Abwehr acts with Operation Valkyrie, or does it? When Gisivius sees that the dawdling that ensues will come to naught, he looks up his friend, Police President von Heldorf and attempts to abscound.

Tragicommically, his attempts to leave the country are frustrated. The Good News is that Gisivius'es hous has been bombed, making it an excellent hiding place for the duration of the war.

Finally, the Allies escort him out of Germany as Germany perishes in flames. This is not a book for the weak of stomach! It is a study of Tyranny.

Fritz von Hayek's Road to Serfdom had already been published in , but doubtless, had Gisivius and Hayek had ever met, the von Hayek chapters on German and Austrian History would have been thicker.

This book deserves to be a contender for the top Great Books of All Times, and is Certainly worth the trouble to read. An excellent firsthand account of not only the Valkyrie plot, but also of the political and military personalities behind the several organizations involved, this memoir offers a unique perspective from one of the more involved conspirators.

The detail with which Gisevius recalls the events leading up to the July 20th Putsch is remarkable, and gives a realistic view of the several opinions even within those seeking to establish the new government.

This account is abridged, and piqued my interest An excellent firsthand account of not only the Valkyrie plot, but also of the political and military personalities behind the several organizations involved, this memoir offers a unique perspective from one of the more involved conspirators.

This account is abridged, and piqued my interest to read the original book, "To The Bitter End". This book is a lot of talk with very little action.

That being said, there was a reason for the lack of gore. The author, Hans Gisevius, was merely writing everything from HIS perspective -- which was mostly as a main conspiritor in the assasination of Hitler.

I had already seen the movie, so it was different not seeing Stauffenbourg in the same kind of light if you read the introduction you'll find This book is a lot of talk with very little action.

I had already seen the movie, so it was different not seeing Stauffenbourg in the same kind of light if you read the introduction you'll find out a little more about why Gisevius disliked him so much.

It was an interesting book, but very hard to keep track of the "players" and the different groups. I would recommend it to people who enjoy reading WWII books.

But if you are looking to read it because you found the movie to be riveting and exciting, I would look elsewhere.

The movie was made to keep you on the edge of your seat while the book admittedly so by the author is simply to relate what happened from his eyes concerning the attempts on Hitler's life.

The author seems to want to point out what "good Germans" each one was. After seeing the movie of the same name, I had to read the book The author was one of the main "conspirators.

Stauffenburg, whom he criticizes quite a bit in the book. The tragic sense of loss he expresses is sadly moving as he describes the fate of his dear friends one at a time.

One of the most interesting parts After seeing the movie of the same name, I had to read the book I would recommend this book for anyone interested in WWII history.

Couldn't make it far in this at all. The first half of the book has nothing to do with the story from the title and is essentially ramblings from a guy who seems to be incredibly jaded from the fact that he wasn't as involved as he'd like to be.

I really wanted to enjoy this and this time period is my favorite to read and study, but this book wasn't even close to holding my interest.

That being said, this should have been made to be a reference for historians, not a book for the masses. I'd not realized that this book was written during and after the war.

Gisevius ends with a tribute to his many friends who died ". Few ages have produced so many martyrs as ours, and in time to come countless Germans will also be included in the roll of honor of those who perished for freedom and a better future.

A remarkable account of the German resistance to the Third Reich. It's complicated writing but worth it to understand better what went on.

It is history worth learning in order to avoid it in the future. This book shows a lot about the beginning of the Jewish genocide led by Adolf Hitler around World War 2.

While depicting Hitler's background, this book tells us of the many different plans used to assassinate Hitler, yet none ever succeeded.

A little dry in content, but I recommend this book to anyone with fascinations towards history! Excellent book If you're at all interested in what went on in the Third Reich, this is a book to add to your reading list.

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