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So Viel Hitler War Selten


Author : Daniel Erk
language : de
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
Release Date : 2012-01-09


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Hitler ist überall – warum bloß? Immer sorgloser gehen wir mit Hitler um: Auf Magazinen, in der Werbung, im politischen Streit – überall sind der »Führer« und die Symbole des Dritten Reichs präsent. Daniel Erk dokumentiert und kommentiert, welche Folgen es hat, wenn das Schreckliche seinen Schrecken verliert. Ein kluges, pointiertes und sehr aktuelles Buch!

Hi Hitler


Author : Gavriel D. Rosenfeld
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2014-12-04


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Analyzes how the Nazi past has become increasingly normalized within western memory since the start of the new millennium.

Hitler Films From Germany


Author : Karolin Machtans
language : en
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Release Date : 2012-11-30


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The first book-length study to critically examine the recent wave of Hitler biopics in German cinema and television. A group of international experts discuss films like Downfall in the context of earlier portrayals of Hitler and draw out their implications for the changing place of the Third Reich in the national historical imagination.

Persistent Legacy


Author : Erin Heather McGlothlin
language : en
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Release Date : 2016


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New essays by prominent scholars in German and Holocaust Studies exploring the boundaries and confluences between the fields and examining new transnational approaches to the Holocaust.

Anmerkungen Zu Hitler English


Author : Sebastian Haffner
language : en
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Release Date : 1979


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A noted German journalist explains why Hitler's campaign to transform the crippled republic of the 1930s into a military and industrial power convinced Germans at all levels of society that he was the nation's savior

Eva Braun


Author : Heike B. Gortemaker
language : en
Publisher: Penguin UK
Release Date : 2011-10-27


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DAILY TELEGRAPH BOOKS OF THE YEAR and BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE BOOK CLUB title 'I want to be a beautiful corpse, I will take poison' Eva Braun, 1945 Eva Braun and Adolf Hitler were together for fourteen years, a relationship that ended only with their marriage and double suicide in Berlin. Braun was obsessed with sport, fashion, photography and films, and seems to have had no real interest in politics. She and Hitler were unmarried and they had no children. And so, at the heart of the Nazi regime there was an odd paradox: the leader of a ferocious dictatorship, himself obsessed with imposing an idea of the 'German family' on an entire nation, who chose to spend much of his adult life with a woman 23 years younger than himself in a way that was unideological and bohemian. So who was Eva Braun? Heike Görtemaker's highly praised new book is the first to take Braun's role in the Nazi hierarchy seriously. It uses her to throw fascinating light on a regime that prided itself on its harsh, coherent and unsentimental ideology, but which was in practice a chaos of competing individuals fighting for space around the overwhelmingly dominant figure of Hitler. Braun had a special place 'at court'. She was both marginal and exceptional: a more powerful figure than 'the First Ladies of the Third Reich' such as Magda Goebbels and Margarete Speer, but someone who almost never chose to use that power. Braun's life tells us a huge amount about a particular, catastrophic era in German history, both in her role as Hitler's companion and as the hostess at Nazi social events at the Berghof. Heike Görtemaker's book allows Braun to step out as much as possible from the shadows and fully inhabit her strange role at the heart of a terrible regime.

Defying Hitler


Author : Sebastian Haffner
language : en
Publisher: Hachette UK
Release Date : 2012-11-15


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An absolute classic of autobiography and history - one of the few books to explore how and why the Germans were seduced by Hitler and Nazism. Sebastian Haffner was a non-Jewish German who emigrated to England in 1938. This memoir (written in 1939 but only published now for the first time) begins in 1914 when the family summer holiday is cut short by the outbreak of war, and ends with Hitler's assumption of power in 1933. It is a portrait of himself and his own generation in Germany, those born between 1900 and 1910, and brilliantly explains through his own experiences and those of his friends how that generation came to be seduced by Hitler and Nazism. The Germans lacked an outlet for self-expression: where the French had amour, food and wine, and the British their gardens and their pets, the Germans had nothing, leading to a tendency towards mass psychosis. The upheaval of post-WWI revolution, factionalism and inflation left the Germans addicted to excitement and action: Hitler provided this, and more.