Hitler's Chancellery

Ronald Pawly
This book tells the story of the most iconic building of the Third Reich. Hitler's New State Chancellery was designed by Albert Speer specifically to embody the power and arrogance of the new Nazi regime. The dimensions and decoration of its state apartments were devised to instil awe in the visitor, and it was intended to tbe the first working model for Germania - a whole new capital city for the Thousand-Year Reich.
Hitler's Chancellery by Ronald Pawly

About the author

Born in Belgium in 1956, Ronald Pawly developed a keen interest in military history as a young child. His first book, The Red Lancers [Crowood 1998], was published to great acclaim; he has since published numerous books and articles on military history, both in French and English. He has collaborated on documentaries, is a regular advisor to international auction houses, and is widely regarded for his knowledge on military portraiture. He is currently editor-in-chief of the prestigious French magazine Soldats Napoleoniens. Resident - France

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