AOL Web Search

  1. About 5,290,000 search results
  1. Ads

    related to: Albert Speer
  1. Web results:
  2. Albert Speer - Wikipedia

    Berthold Konrad Hermann Albert Speer (/ ʃ p ɛər /; German: [ˈʃpeːɐ̯] ; 19 March 1905 – 1 September 1981) was a German architect who served as the Minister of Armaments and War Production in Nazi Germany during most of World War II. A close ally of Adolf Hitler, he was convicted at the Nuremberg trials and sentenced to 20 years in prison

    • The Führer's Architect Documentary
    • Albert Speer interview | Rudolf Hess | World War 2 | Prisoner No 7 | This Week | 1975
    • The 2 key Moments in which Albert Speer Gave up the Second World War
    • Albert Speer (1976) "The Memory of Justice"
  3. Albert Speer | Biography, Architecture, Books, & Facts

    Albert Speer, (born March 19, 1905, Mannheim, Baden, Germany—died September 1, 1981, London, England), German architect who was Adolf Hitler ’s chief architect (1933–45) and minister for armaments and war production (1942–45). Speer studied at the technical schools in Karlsruhe, Munich, and Berlin, and acquired an architectural license ...

  4. The Candor and Lies of Nazi Officer Albert Speer | History ...

    The hunt for Albert Speer was unusual. The U.N. War Crimes Commission was determined to bring him to justice, but a U.S. government official hoped to reach the Nazi technocrat first.

  5. Albert Speer | Holocaust Encyclopedia

    Albert Speer (1905–1981) was a trained architect. After joining the Nazi Party in 1930, Speer became Adolf Hitler's personal architect. In 1942, he was named Minister of Armaments and Munitions, assuming significant responsibility for the German war economy.

  6. Albert Speer and the myth of 'the good Nazi' – DW – 03/18/2020

    Albert Speer, the highest-ranking Nazi in Nuremberg to be spared the death sentence, continues to be met with great interest in Germany and the rest of the world. Born in Mannheim in 1905, he was...

  7. Nazi leaders freed after 20 years: from the archive, 1 ...

    Albert Speer - munitions minister in the fascist government of Nazi Germany - during an interview at his Heidelberg home in 1969. Photograph: AP From the Guardian archive Second world war


    Albert Speer, Hitler's architect, who became Minister of Armaments and War Production in World War II, died today at St. Mary's Hospital. He was 76 years old. Mr. Speer had been taken to the ...

  9. Albert Speer (born 1934) - Wikipedia

    Albert Speer ( German pronunciation: [ˈʃpeːɐ̯]; 29 July 1934 – 15 September 2017) was a German architect and urban planner. He was the son of Albert Speer (1905–1981), Adolf Hitler 's chief architect before assuming the office of Minister of Armaments and War Production for Germany during World War II. [1] [2] His grandfather, Albert ...

  10. The Myth of the ‘Good Nazi’: 10 Facts About Albert Speer

    Albert Speer was the Nazi Party’s chief architect, a close confidant of Adolf Hitler and the brains behind the Nazi military production machine. Under his leadership, the Nazis implemented a brutal regime of slave labour in armaments factories across Germany.

  11. The Complicated Architecture of Albert Speer, Jr.

    Speer, Jr., an eighty-two-year-old with a perennially serious expression and a fondness for energetic hand motions, is one of Germany’s best-known urban planners.

  1. Ads
    related to: Albert Speer