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They Thought They Were Free : The Germans, 1933-45.

By: Mayer, Milton.
Contributor(s): Evans, Richard J.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chicago, IL : University of Chicago Press, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (391 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780226525976.Subject(s): National socialism | Germany-Social conditions-1933-1945-Case studies | National characteristics, German | Jews-GermanyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: They Thought They Were Free : The Germans, 1933-45DDC classification: 943.086 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- PART 1. TEN MEN -- KRONENBERG -- November 9, 1638 -- November 9, 1938 -- 1. TEN MEN -- 2. THE LIVES MEN LEAD -- 3. HITLER AND I -- 4. "WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE? -- 5. THE JOINERS -- 6. THE WAY TO STOP COMMUNISM -- 7. "WE THINK WITH OUR BLOOD -- 8. THE ANTI-SEMITIC SWINDLE -- 9. "EVERYBODY KNEW," "NOBODY KNEW -- 10. "WE CHRISTIANS HAD THE DUTY -- 11. THE CRIMES OF THE LOSERS -- 12. "THAT'S THE WAY WE ARE -- 13. BUT THEN IT WAS TOO LATE -- 14. COLLECTIVE SHAME -- 15. THE FURIES: HEINRICH HILDEBRANDT -- 16. THE FURIES: JOHANN KESSLER -- 17. THE FURIES: FUROR TEUTONICUS -- PART II. THE GERMANS -- HEAT WAVE -- 18. THERE IS NO SUCH THING -- 19. THE PRESSURE COOKER -- 20. "PEORIA UBER ALLES -- 21. NEW BOY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD -- 22. TWO NEW BOYS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD -- 23. "LIKE GOD IN FRANCE -- 24. BUT A MAN MUST BELIEVE IN SOMETHING -- 25. PUSH-BUTTON PANIC -- PART III. THEIR CURE AND CURE -- THE TRIAL -- November 9, 1948 -- 26. THE BROKEN STONES -- 27. THE LIBERATORS -- 28. THE RE-EDUCATION RE-EDUCATED -- 29. THE RELUCTANT PHOENIX -- 30. BORN YESTERDAY -- 31. TUG OF PEACE -- 32. "ARE WE THE SAME AS THE RUSSIANS? -- 33. MARX TALKS TO MICHEL -- 34. THE UNCALCULATED RISK -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- AFTERWORD BY RICHARD J. EVANS.
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Intro -- Contents -- PART 1. TEN MEN -- KRONENBERG -- November 9, 1638 -- November 9, 1938 -- 1. TEN MEN -- 2. THE LIVES MEN LEAD -- 3. HITLER AND I -- 4. "WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE? -- 5. THE JOINERS -- 6. THE WAY TO STOP COMMUNISM -- 7. "WE THINK WITH OUR BLOOD -- 8. THE ANTI-SEMITIC SWINDLE -- 9. "EVERYBODY KNEW," "NOBODY KNEW -- 10. "WE CHRISTIANS HAD THE DUTY -- 11. THE CRIMES OF THE LOSERS -- 12. "THAT'S THE WAY WE ARE -- 13. BUT THEN IT WAS TOO LATE -- 14. COLLECTIVE SHAME -- 15. THE FURIES: HEINRICH HILDEBRANDT -- 16. THE FURIES: JOHANN KESSLER -- 17. THE FURIES: FUROR TEUTONICUS -- PART II. THE GERMANS -- HEAT WAVE -- 18. THERE IS NO SUCH THING -- 19. THE PRESSURE COOKER -- 20. "PEORIA UBER ALLES -- 21. NEW BOY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD -- 22. TWO NEW BOYS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD -- 23. "LIKE GOD IN FRANCE -- 24. BUT A MAN MUST BELIEVE IN SOMETHING -- 25. PUSH-BUTTON PANIC -- PART III. THEIR CURE AND CURE -- THE TRIAL -- November 9, 1948 -- 26. THE BROKEN STONES -- 27. THE LIBERATORS -- 28. THE RE-EDUCATION RE-EDUCATED -- 29. THE RELUCTANT PHOENIX -- 30. BORN YESTERDAY -- 31. TUG OF PEACE -- 32. "ARE WE THE SAME AS THE RUSSIANS? -- 33. MARX TALKS TO MICHEL -- 34. THE UNCALCULATED RISK -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- AFTERWORD BY RICHARD J. EVANS.

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