Hunting Evil

  • by Guy Walters
  • Narrated by Daniel Philpott
  • 18 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

At the end of the Second World War, some of the highest ranking Nazis escaped from justice, Aided and abetted by the Vatican, they travelled down secret 'rat lines' and were taken in by shady Argentine secret agents. Vengeful Holocaust survivors and inept politicians attempted to bring them to justice and there were daring plots to kidnap or assassinate the fugitives.
Guy Walters has travelled the world in pursuit of the real account of how the Nazis escaped at the end of the war, the attempts to bring them to justice, and what happened to those that got away.

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"Walters has managed to weave this mass of information into an absorbing and thoroughly gripping whole" (Telegraph)

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informative, interesting, often startling

This is a comprehensive look at the lives of prominent Nazis who got away, the efforts made by some to track them down, and the surprising lack of effort by various agencies and governments who actively helped war criminals to escape at the end of the war or who turned a blind eye. As well as household names like Mengele, Barbie, Eichmann, we hear the stories of lesser known or unknown players as they are cleverly interwoven. We meet victims of persecution, torture, deportation, and death, the perpetrators and adminstrators of these acts, 'Nazi hunters' (successful and otherwise), military personnel, politicians - a vast array of people on all sides and at all levels. Compiling all of the material would have been a mammoth task and Guy Walters has done a remarkable job in compiling the evidence and presenting it in such a readable and compelling manner. Daniel Philpott's reading is superb - he has a very pleasant voice and accent, and is a pleasure to listen to. Importantly for a book of this type, it sounds as though he is a German native speaker so all his pronunciations of German names and words are spot-on, and his pronunciations and accents in the numerous other languages in this book are admirable. This is not an 'easy' read, it requires concentration, but it held my attention throughout and I learned a great deal. Highly recommended for anyone interested in WWII and its aftermath, the way governments and other bureaucracies work, human nature, and the interplay of expediency and principle.
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- Robyn

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-17-2010
  • Publisher: Oakhill Publishing Ltd