Magda Goebbels: The First Lady of the Third Reich
Dial Press, 1980 - 288 pages
Chronicles the life of Joseph Goebbel's wife, who rose to the pinnacle of the Nazi hierarchy alongside her husband and who, when the Reich collapsed, committed suicide with him in the Berlin bunker
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