In Hitler’s Germany : daily life in the Third Reich


Format:
Book


Author(s):
Engelmann, Bernt Engelmann Bernt Bis alles in Scherben, f‰llt English,


Keyword(s):
World War, 1939-1945 -- Germany. National socialism. Germany -- History -- 1933-1945.


Year:
1986


Pages:
xiii, 335 p.


Publisher:
Pantheon Books


Publisher location:
New York


Accession number:
11865655


Label:
Box 59


Notes:
Uniform Title: Im Gleichschritt marsch. English 25 cm. Foreword / by Studs Terkel -- Introduction -- Prelude : the end of the Republic -- Shades of the past -- The beginning of the Third Reich -- Dancing lessons and torture chambers -- How we were "brought into line" -- Who were the Nazis? -- The perfect police state -- The misunderstood poet -- Was there really nothing people could do? -- The tightening of the screws -- Resistance in Hamburg -- A visitor from Basel -- The F¸hrer is always right! -- Getting by -- From the Anschluss to the Night of Broken Glass -- Katrina with the golden hair -- Are you familiar with Buchenwald? -- Moving toward war -- On your guard! The enemy is listening! -- The beginning of the end -- Wartime -- By the shores of the North Sea -- Operation Weser -- Lebensborn-"In thirty years..six hundred more regiments!" -- Hitler's triumph -- Death of the "Sealion" -- Clandestine operations -- "Carmen" -- "Hiwis" and cockatoos -- How the "final victory" turned into "wool-gathering" -- Clinging to hope -- A man who simply did his duty -- Plan 7 -- The supreme effort -- A messenger from hell -- Aunt Martha is buried -- The three guardian angels -- Waiting for liberation -- Zero hour. Translation of: Im Gleichschritt marsch and Bis alles in Scherben f‰llt. Bernt Engelmann ; translated from the German by Krishna Winston. Book


Language:
English


Call number:
LC: DD256.5; Dewey: 943.086


ISBN:
ISBN: 0394524497; 9780394524498 LCCN: 85-6251


Edition:
1st American


Abstract:
Describes everyday life as experienced by German civilians during Hitler's reign and discusses the attitudes and behaviors he witnessed concerning Jews and Hitler's political and social programs.


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