Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany (Paperback)Robert Gellately (author)
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 477 g
Dimensions: 216 x 136 x 29 mm
Review from previous edition In 1933 Germans ... hankered for a return to traditional values of order, family, discipline, work. Noone could forsee how such ordinary aspirations would eventuate in that most extreme act, genocide. But this is one lesson the Nazis teach us and, thanks to Robert Gellately's fine book, it is available for all to learn. * David Cesarani, The Independent *
powerful and challenging book * Richard Overy, The Sunday Telegraph *
Just how much the ordinary German knew about the apparatus of terror and discrimination in the Hitler years is the subject of Robert Gellately's fascinating and disturbing account of the bonds that drew regime and people together after 1933. * Richard Overy, The Sunday Telegraph *
original and outstanding, genuinely important. * Michael Burdesh *
Backing Hitler is based on the first systematic analysis by a historian of surviving German newspaper and magazine archives since 1933, the year Hitler became chancellor. * John Ezard, The Guardian *
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