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KLAUS BARBIE: The Shocking Story Of How The U.S. Used This Nazi War Criminal As An Intelligent Agent. A First Hand Account By Erhard Dabringhaus ~Barbie’s U.S. Intelligence Control Offier. ~Uncencored Eyewitness Account. - First edition
1984, ISBN: 087491731X
Hardcover, ID: 12440186284
[EAN: 9780874917314], [PU: Washington DC. 1984. Acropolis Books.], History|Historical Geography, Jacket, white & grey cloth hardbound 8vo. ~ 8º (octavo). dustwrapper in protective plastic book jacket cover. fine cond. binding square & tight. covers clean. edges clean. contents free of all markings. dustwrapper in vg cond. wrinkling, tiny tear at spine top, one at rear cover bottom, some damp wrinkles along spine bottom, (see photos) not price clipped. nice copy. no library markings, store stamps, stickers, bookplates, no names, inking , underlining, remainder markings etc ~ first edition. first printing (nap). 208p. b&w maps & photo illustrations. 2 appendices. index. biography. memoirs. autobiography. world war ii. nazi germany. secret societies. espionage. conspiracy theory. abwehr. CIA. gestapo. rat line. bolivia. kurt merk. simone rivez. stalin. zhukov. cold war. ~ Dr. Erhard Dabringhaus Special Agent, US. Military Intelligence Service (1942~50) To: Director, NBC News 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020. January 31, 1983. Gentlemen: Several recent news items regarding a former German Nazi criminal have appeared on your Nightly News broadcast (Saturday, January 29, 1983, with Jessica Savitch as commentator), and have prompted me to write to you in order to add some pertinent additional information. The subject is Klaus Barbie ~ alias Klaus Altmann ~ whom I was able to recognize in your news broadcast. I was a member of the U.S. Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) in 1948, stationed in Augsburg, Germany, where I first met Klaus Barbie and worked with him for nearly a year as the head of an information network that he had organized and offered to the American Intelligence community for a price. Upon orders from our own American Intelligence Service in Frankfurt, I was asked to bring Klaus Barbie and Kurt Merk from the town of Memminger to Augsburg, where my CIC unit was stationed. After providing proper housing for these two men and some of their friends, I met with both of them at least three times a week to edit information which they provided and I then forwarded this report to our higher headquarters. For this service I was authorized to pay $1,700.00 per month in American dollars, which the two men ostensibly divided among their informants in the field. On two separate occasions, French Intelligence agents requested to talk to me in regard to the whereabouts of Klaus Barbie. Upon instructions from my own higher headquarters, I was ,told to deny to the French agents that I knew where Klaus Barbie was; in fact, I convinced them, "I've never even heard of the man." Personally, I was very upset that I could not turn him over to the French at the time. I later learned from Kurt Merk that he actually deserved the title of "Butcher of Lyons," having killed over 200 French throughout the period of their association in France. If Klaus Barbie is ever brought to trial in France or West Germany, I would be willing to testify, since I recall many more crimes committed by Barbie in France during the occupation. I hope this information will be given to the proper people, to bring this war criminal to his deserved end. Sincerely, Erhard Dabringhaus. ~ So begins the first eyewitness account of the U.S. and CIC control officer Dabringhaus' involvement with the odious "Butcher of Lyons. " Read this moving story of fear, intrigue, manipulation and horror by an American who personally witnessed it all. Dr. Dabringhaus ~emigrated to the United States in June 1930 when his father, a leading labor leader, became disgusted with Germany's movement toward Nazism. The entire family became American citizens. When World War II broke out, Dr. Dabringhaus was inducted into the U.S. Military Intelligence Service because of his fluent German and his father's anti~Nazi work. He served in the U.S. Military Intelligence Service from 1942 to 1950, was decorated and rose to the rank of major.
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Details of the book - Klaus Barbie: The Shocking Story of How the U.S. Used This Nazi War Criminal As an Intelligence Agent
EAN (ISBN-13): 9780874917314
ISBN (ISBN-10): 087491731X
Publishing year: 1984
Publisher: Acropolis Books Inc
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