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New Images of Nazi Germany: A Photographic Collection

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With its battlefields paved over and its bunkers crumbled, the Third Reich of Nazi Germany nevertheless lives on in countless photographs that record and chronicle an era whose powerful and often seductive malevolence continues to enthrall international audiences even as past perpetrators and survivors fade away. This collection of more than 500 photographs taken by amateu ...more
Paperback, 488 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by McFarland & Company (first published July 15th 2012)
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There have been dozens of photo histories of Hitler's Nazi Germany published over the years. Usually, they feature fairly standard photographs of Nazi leaders and military men, parades, rallies, weaponry, combat scenes and so on. Paul Garson takes a different approach, offering over 500 pictures snapped by German civilians and soldiers. The result is a fascinating look into everyday life in the Third Reich as experienced by 'average Germans.'

The images in Garson's book are many and varied - phot

Rarely is it possible to get a glimpse of life on the "losing side" of a war. This book provides a rare look at the lives of people living in Nazi Germany. From ordinary families to high-ranking military personnel, readers are shown a wide range of images and provided with descriptions that help put the photos in context. Images are powerful communication tools, and this collection of photographs from Nazi Germany convey the human faces of that era in German history. Recommended. (lj&al)
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