(1905-1981) German architect, Adolf Hitler’s personal chief architect and minister for armaments and war production. Speer expanded slave labor, supplied mainly from concentration camps. Convicted at Nuremberg and served a 20-year sentence at Spandau Prison in West Berlin. Typed letter signed, on his personal letterhead, one page, 11.75 x 8.25 in., Heidelberg, Feb. 7, 1981, in English to an American researcher, in part ‘Professor Heston (Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota)…published a book entitled ‘Medical Casebook of Adolf Hitler’.I have written the introduction…With regard to your question of ‘actual moral mechanics’: I have written something about this in…my new book…’Infiltrations’…P.S. Do you ever come to Europe. Then we could discuss matters.’ Signed in blue ink at conclusion ‘Albert Speer’. Usual mailing folds, else very good.