Paul Carell

Paul Carell was the post-war pen name of Paul Karl Schmidt (2 November 1911, in Kelbra – 20 June 1997) who was a writer and German propagandist. During the Nazi era, Schmidt served as the chief press spokesman for Joachim von Ribbentrop's Foreign Ministry. In this capacity during World War II, he maintained close ties with the ''Wehrmacht'', while he served in the ''Allgemeine-SS'' (General SS). One of his specialities was the "Jewish question". After the war, Carell became a successful author whose books romanticized and whitewashed the ''Wehrmacht''. Provided by Wikipedia
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