El-Hai's book centers on Dr. Douglas M. Kelley, an American psychiatrist, and Nazi leader Hermann Göring. As the Nuremberg Trials loomed, Kelley tried to understand what had made Göring who he was.
Nazi Germany's economy was not a central planning success, it was a disaster. Is there a lesson for today?
How a cautious American academic and his flirtatious daughter met evil in Hitler’s Germany.