In Hitler's Germany

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 335 pages
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Uses interviews with ordinary citizens to recount what life was like in Nazi Germany, discusses work, family life, blind loyalty, and secret opposition, and describes the author's own experiences

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Review: In Hitler's Germany: Everyday Life in the Third Reich

User Review  - Sophie - Goodreads

The author was 12 when Hitler came to power, and spent the next 12 years as part of a network that helped Hitler's victims, particularly Jews, to escape. Very well written, incredibly interesting. Read full review

Review: In Hitler's Germany: Everyday Life in the Third Reich

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

Pretty interesting read. The author was a teen as the Nazis took over Germany, & he just found himself helping victims of oppression & violence so often that he gradually became involved in the ... Read full review

Contents

The End of the Republic
3
Shades of the Past
7
The Beginning of the Third Reich
19
Copyright

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