Hilda Krüger

A complex investigative operation of a Nazi spy in México.

Hilda Krüger, an attractive and sophisticated German actress, starred in one of the most extravagant episodes of the mid 20th-century. Admired by Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s omnipotent and sinister Minister of Propaganda, she first left for the United States with the apparent intention of continuing her career in the glamour of Hollywood, before heading to Mexico, leaving behind intense relations with mogul J. Paul Getty and Gert von Gontard, heir to the Anheuser-Busch brewing emporium.

In the Mexican capital, he would win the favors of well-known politicians, mainly Miguel Alemán, a government secretary of Manuel Ávila Camacho and a previsible candidate for the presidency. Few knew about the veiled objective of the beautiful blonde: to obtain key information for the Nazi regime.


RELEVANT INFORMATION: After successful works of historical research, and after being awarded with prizes such as the Reporting Book Debate Award, some of which have been brought to the big screen by the History Channel, Juan Alberto Cedillo novels in meticulous detail the adventures of Hilda Krüger in a complex espionage operation during World War II.

This included communication networks throughout the continent and links with citizens of German origin living in Mexico, to commit attacks, sabotage and provide the Reich with industrial secrets and war raw materials, as well as projects to enter the United States and change the course of the war events.


POTENTIAL AUDIOVISUAL: TV Series, Miniseries, Film, TV Movie.


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