Legacy of Silence: Encounters With Children of the Third Reich

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Harvard University Press, 1989 - History - 338 pages
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Collects the wartime reminiscences of children of the Nazi generation, those whose parents served the Nazi cause

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Legacy of silence: encounters with children of the Third Reich

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Legacy of Silence is a moving and upsetting document about family life in the Third Reich and its repercussions in contemporary Germany. Between August 1985 and October 1987, Israeli psychologist Bar ... Read full review

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Not a quick read, but well worth it. Interesting look at the post-WWII German psyche, as people either attempt to come to grips with what their parents and country did or the ways they avoid it altogether. So good I bought it for my collection. Read full review


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