“Proclaimed by the New York Herald and Tribune as one of the most exciting espionage works ever written. The introduction is written by Alan Bullock and raises a possibility that Schellenbergs memoirs may not be original.Page 313 (CIC). "At about this time I began seeing a good deal of Bormann (at the bottom of the garden or what?) He was a short, stocky man with rounded shoulders and a bull neck (yep, it sure sounds like the same guy). His head was always pushed forward a little and cocked a little to one side, and he had the face and shifty eyes of a boxer advancing towards his opponent. His fingers were short, thick, and squarish and covered with black hair (what about his walking stick?) The contast between him and Himmler was really grotesque. If I thought of Himmler as a stork in a lily pond (or on the ass end of a million dollar boat in 1989 with his grandchildren), Bormann seemed to me like a pig in a potato field (yep, its sure enough the same guy). At a later meeting with him I had ample occasion to consider the source of his influence with Hitler".”
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