The Berlin Mission

The Berlin Mission

With Nazism on the rise in 1930s Berlin, one US diplomat quietly saved the lives of hundreds---including Freud and Einstein---all while carefully concealing his gay identity.

As the Weimar Republic crumbled, a young diplomat named Raymond Geist was assigned a post in Berlin. Handsome, charismatic, and almost universally liked, Geist was nevertheless not from the right social set to become an ambassador. Instead he had the rote, pencil-pushing job of securing visas… (more)

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Publisher: PublicAffairs (October 29, 2019)

Collection: PublicAffairs

Page count: 288 pages

Language: English


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