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By Jean Dumont

Desde a sua criac?o em 1933 ate a morte de Hitler em maio de 1945, quem residisse em territorio controlado pelos Nazis vivia com medo de receber uma visita da Gestapo, a policia politica do Terceiro Reich. Ninguem estava livre das atenc?es de uma organizac?o brutalmente eficiente que alastrava a sua influencia maligna a todos os cantos da Europa a medida que os alem?es iam ocupando mais territorios. A Historia Secreta da Gestapo e o documento mais completo, rigoroso e ambicioso sobre a mais merciless organizac?o da Historia. Sob os seus designios, centenas de milhares de homens e mulheres foram torturados e assassinados, e muitos outros deportados para a morte certa em campos de concentrac?o ou experiencias crueis em consultorios de medicina perversa. Baseada nos arquivos da Gestapo e em registos de testemunhas oculares, os autores descrevem as origens e os mecanismos da organizac?o, as suas figuras- chave, os seus metodos atrozes e como a Gestapo lidou com a seguranca interna da Alemanha, incluindo as variadas tentativas de assassinar Hitler. Mergulhar nos horrores da Gestapo e perceber o contexto que levou ao conflito mais sangrento da Historia, a raz?o de os nazis enveredarem por um caminho de horror sem paralelo e, em ultima instancia, o porque de sofrerem uma derrota ignominiosa.

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