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If you could sum up The Work I Did in three words, what would they be?
Good, oh dear.
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The biography part of the book was good, giving an insight into the workings of the Propaganda Ministry.
However after Brunhilde's story finishes the book continues on with a rambling diatribe on how things are today. I took so much and stopped listening.
Brunhilde Pomsel's banal life's story working under Goellbells was wholly devoid of historical interest but did serve the author's intent as a vehicle to preach her "Diversity is Strength" ultra-leftist progressive worldviews. Like with Marxism, this progressive utopian view believes in the promise of bending human nature to its will. If WWII and other wars throughout history have taught us, this folly only serves to undermine peace...the very thing she wishes to instill.
The narrator did a heck of a good job, though.