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A Promise Made (Family Feud, Book 2) by Linda Sole

By Linda Sole

The eagerly-awaited moment novel within the kinfolk Feud series.

Frances Danby has spent the second one international conflict years eager for her husband Marcus to come. while he does, Frances fears for her marriage. Marcus is withdrawn and starts off to drink seriously. She needs to face tragedy forward. in the meantime, her sister Emily resides fortunately less than Lord Vane’s roof, yet Vane’s spouse is jealous of Emily’s baby. Will she exhibit the key she is familiar with might tear the kin aside?

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Whatever its source, Streicher's animosity toward the Jews knew no limit. After serving with distinction in World War I, he came home to found a little political parry devoted to anti-Semitism. In 1922, at the age of thirty-seven, he took the entire membership with him into Hitler's nascent Nazi movement. The following year, Streicher founded the newspaper Der Sturmer, whose fare consisted chiefly of scurrilous articles and cartoons that held Jews responsible for an outlandish assortment of evils, ranging from the betrayal of Germany to the Allies at the end of the Great War to the seduction of Aryan virgins, a threat that Streicher's rag spelled out in pornographic detail.

Visitors and intimates alike were often dumbfounded by his sudden transformation from a genial host into a howling fury: He screamed, beat his fists on the table, or dramatically spread himself against a wall as if crucified. Sometimes Hitler staged such fits of anger to frighten opponents of his policies into line. In other instances, however, he flew into genuine tantrums, provoked by the most trivial incidents. One day, when a large group of Hitler's admirers were admitted to the Berchtesgaden estate to pay homage to the Fiihrer, his dog Blondi unac- — countably failed to come to heel when Hitler ordered.

As Speer soon discovered, such spendthrift ways were common among Hitler's top aides, who were accountable to no one but the similarly prodigal Fiihrer. Given carte blanche, Speer exercised a certain restraint, refurbishing the building little stirred up. inations at close quarter. Speer's in a manner that respected original design its and avoided excessive ornamentation. The result almost ended Speer's career as a Nazi architect before it had properly begun. " Although Goebbels considered Speer's touch too delicate for his showcase ministry, he was delighted with the work that the young architect performed at his new residence a home Goebbels had commandeered from a minor cabinet minister before that official even had a chance to — resign.

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