What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany
Drawing on interviews with four thousand German Jews and non-Jewish Germans who experienced the Third Reich firsthand, presents an oral history of life in Nazi Germany, addressing such issues as guilt and ignorance concerning the mass murder of European Jews, anti-Semitism, and the popular appeal of Hitler and National Socialism.
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Review: What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi GermanyUser Review - Richard - Goodreads
Very interesting collection of interviews but I don't necessarily agree with their conclusions. Fortunately, their questionable methodology and conclusions don't really matter because the main attraction here are all the interviews, which are amazing. Read full review
Review: What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi GermanyUser Review - John Ghekiere - Goodreads
Here's my haunting take away. Humans aren't different in 2014 than they were in the 1940's. Everything that enabled the turning of heads in light of such atrocities is still with us. The everyday ... Read full review