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Living in Nazi Germany
Elaine Halleck
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Living in Nazi Germany

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People's experience of life in Nazi Germany depended on their perspective. In many ways, those close to Nazi power centers, ordinary Germans and people who were targets of Nazi brutality lived in separate worlds. This anthology covers a variety of viewpoints--from the commandant of an extermination camp to a pair of Jewish musicians who fled Germany to a girl whose father ...more
Paperback, 158 pages
Published December 19th 2003 by Greenhaven Press
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Dec 28, 2012 Kat rated it it was ok
This book was an OK read. Mainly a collection of papers/stories/reports of different aspects during the war. Quite informative.

Because of this book, I'm actually now pretty interested in the non-Jew "aliens" (like the story about that mixed/black child) during the time of the war. When we talk about WWII, automatically people think about the Holocaust and then the whole spotlight goes to the Jews. Not that I don't care about them, but honestly, I didn't realize that "Mixed race" (as in, minoriti
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