From Autobahns to the Atlantic Wall
Paperback 256pp Illustrated
9781445638560   Product Code: 20972
At its peak the German government agency led by engineer Fritz Todt employed two million people, including forced labour, and was responsible for the unprecedented building programme of the Nazi regime. This book presents the analysis of the institution compiled by the British secret services in 1945 to help the invading armies understand the nature of an organization that was so established and well connected that it was considered a potential source of resistance in Allied-controlled post-war Germany.