In Hitler's Germany: Everyday Life in the Third Reich
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In Hitler's Germany: Everyday Life in the Third Reich

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Ordinary citizens tell how it was to live in Germany during Nazi rule from Hitler's rise to power to the collapse of the Third Reich.
Hardcover, 335 pages
Published December 12th 1986 by Pantheon
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The content was absolutely fantastic; this book is a wonderful resource for anyone looking for insight into the cold-sweat-inducing world of Hitler's Germany. Sadly, the style in which this book is written makes it difficult to get through. There is a missing punctuation point on the first page.

It's actually a bit sad to see how poorly translated this book is. It's almost like disrespect. For god's sake, translator people, put some effort into this. This is history, and it's history we ought nev...more
Jun 11, 2012 Mary rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: All
Recommended to Mary by: found it at the public library
Pretty interesting read. The author was a teen as the Nazis took over Germany, & he just found himself helping victims of oppression & violence so often that he gradually became involved in the resistance--even while performing mandatory service in the military. The author talks about those days & visits with some of the people he knew back at the time so that we learn what eventually became of them.
Here in this book we encounter the full range of human reactions to the 3rd Reich...more
The author was 12 when Hitler came to power, and spent the next 12 years as part of a network that helped Hitler's victims, particularly Jews, to escape. Very well written, incredibly interesting.
Jun 18, 2008 Jill rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: pretty much anyone
Recommended to Jill by: Chevez
This was amazing. It's one of those books that makes history extremely intersting and attainable. Helps you get a real feel from Nazi Germany from a man whol lived through it.
This was a wonderful memoir of youth in Nazi Germany. Filled with engrossing snapshot type memories and first-person accounts.
amazing book about everyday life in nazi germany told by regular germans themselves.very interesting.
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