Here, he claims he was ostracised by other Nazis imprisoned there as a result of his statements made at Nuremberg. His detractors pointed out that while this may be true, he failed to end the use of slave labourers within the Reich and must have known about the continuing appalling conditions they lived in even after his orders to improve them and that huge numbers were killed as a result of what they went through.
By the age of 28, Speer was in the "inner circle" of power. He also appointed Speer his minister of industry and production. However, these advancements were nullified following World War II, where his successes became overlooked.
In a Germany with high levels of unemployment, especially for architects, Speer was doing what he loved and being paid for it. These include his membership into the Nazi Party, his appointment as First Architect of the Reich, and eventually, as the Minister for Armaments and Munitions.
Speer only had to answer to Hitler — no one else. However, Speer later claimed that he had no intention of carrying out any mass destruction. Speer believed it was his most impressive work that was actually completed. Hitler had a deep interest in architecture, and the two men became friends and collaborators on many projects.
In SeptemberSpeer was informed that he would be charged with war crimes and incarcerated pending trial at Nuremberg, along with more than 20 other surviving members of the Nazi high command.
After Hitler became Chancellor, he appointed Speer his official architect, and designer of his rallies, notably the famous Nuremburg Rally. It was as a result of systems like this, that Speer was able to increase production at a time of intensive Allied bombing.
He did this through administrative genius and by exploiting millions of slave laborers who were starved and worked to death in his factories.
World War II stopped the plans, although both Hitler and Speer felt that the delay would be only temporary.
No order for a building was too impossible for Hitler to give, and no challenge was too great for Speer to accept. Albert Speer, the brilliant architect, minister of armaments and war production for the Third Reich and a close friend to Hitler. Speer is arrested along with members of the Flensburg Government in May Speer held this position until the collapse of Nazi Germany.
He proved to his fuhrerthat he was an organizer as well as a builder, for the building was ready to be used when Hitler walked in on the first day. They believed that his apologies were sincere and that while he deserved a 20 year prison sentence, he most certainly did not deserve the death sentence.
He personally provided a labor force of 75, German Jews. Strategic Bombing Survey interrogated Speer in May His father was an architect and his family were wealthy. Speer received 20 years at Spandau Prison in Berlin, where he was known as prisoner number 5.
Albert Speer Albert Speer may have known of the atrocities committed in Germany during the Nazi era, but claimed he did not. As the organizer of the German wartime economy, Speer held an extremely powerful position.
Furthermore, he wanted it completed in only one year. The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials Soon after the war ended, the world was riveted by the war crimes trials held in the German city of Nuremberg between November and October They had elaborate models constructed showing various buildings and street layouts.
Then Speer would take the sketch, make up the blueprints, and oversee its construction. C N Trueman "Albert Speer" historylearningsite. Albert Speer died on September 1st He was charged with planning for war, planning a war of aggression, crimes against peace and crimes against humanity. He wanted everything destroyed that might have been of value to an occupying army — the so-called Nero Decree.
Three out of the eight judges wanted Speer hanged. It was planned to be the most beautiful city in all of Europe.
Hitler was named chancellor and assumed the title of fuhrer supreme leader. Hitler asked Speer, to take over as minister of armaments and munitions./r/History introduction.
Rules. Discussion/Question Did Albert Speer like Adolf Hitler? (ultimedescente.comy) For the remainder of his life, Speer denied having any knowledge of the Final Solution - even though we have clear evidence that contradicts this claim.
For my part, I've always viewed Speer as a talented architect who made a deal with. Albert Speer Speer studied in the technical colleges in Munich and Berlin, before gaining his architectural license in Although Speer became an architect, he originally wanted to become a mathematician when he was young.
Albert Speer >Albert Speer () may have known of the atrocities committed in >Germany during the Nazi era, but claimed he did not.
He insisted that he was >only "following orders" and had no knowledge of the details. The Candor and Lies of Nazi Officer Albert Speer The minister of armaments was happy to tell his captors about the war machine he had built.
But it was a different story when he was asked about. It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page. Albert Speer was born on March 19 th in Mannheim. His father was an architect and his family were wealthy.
His father was an architect and his family were wealthy. After his education, Speer continued in the family tradition by becoming an architect.Download