The Killing of Obergruppenfuhrer Reinhard Heydrich, 27th May, 1942
Pan Macmillan 1990
t has been said that if responsibility for the Nazi camps can be laid at the feet of any one man, that man is Reinhard Heydrich. Retribution for his violent death included several thousand executions and two villages being razed to the ground. Based on previously untouched archive material and interviews with surviving members of SOE and Czech military intelligence, this is an account of the motives for killing Heydrich, the course of the plan to execute him and how his killers were tracked down.
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