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

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Engelmann, a prominent West German journalist and author, has summoned his recollections and consulted his interviews over the years to compose this intriguing account. From his schooldays in 1933 ... 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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