Joseph Goebbels: Nazi Propaganda Minister

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
The history of the Holocaust is in many ways the story of individuals. Expanding on Rosen's acclaimed Teen Witnesses to the Holocaust series, these new biographies explore key figures: those who perpetrated the nightmare of the Holocaust, those who suffered during it, and those who managed to act heroically during it. These gripping and affecting books help teens understand the heroic, infamous, and little-known people of the Holocaust.

This volume covers the career of Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Germany's minister of propaganda, and his role in fomenting the anti-Semitism that gave the Germans a justification for their brutal terror against the Jews.

 

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The description of Joseph Goebbels was slightly different than other portraits. Maybe it was just the style. Since Joseph Goebbels in particular and the Nazis in general are very interesting, a longer work would have been nice.

Contents

The Voice of Death
5
Cursed by Fate
12
With Hitler
22
Germany Awake
31
The Right of Broken Glass
53
The Final Solution
68
In the Bunker
83
Guilt
96
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Jeremy Roberts (cowriter) has written on a variety of subjects. His nonfiction work includes biographies of Mussolini and Joan of Arc for A&E Books.

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