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The Third Reich was one of the most infamous regimes in history, being responsible for murderous repression and millions of deaths during World War II.
Inside Hitler's Germany is a highly illustrated account of the rise of Adolph Hitler and the prewar National Socialist movement, the Nazi government, and life in Germany during World War II. Inside Hitler's Germany examines all aspects of life under the Nazis by drawing upon the personal experiences of ordinary German soldiers and civilians.
In this way the book provides a unique insight into what life was like in a totalitarian society, how organisations such as the SS and Gestapo impinged upon people's lives, and the affect Nazi rule had on the economy, culture, and women's rights.
Inside Hitler's Germany also examines the attitude of ordinary Germans to racist policies, and their knowledge of, and participation in, the Holocaust. In addition, the 280 photographs in the book recreate the atmosphere of Hitler's Third Reich in a way that words cannot.
Inside Hitler's Germany examines all aspects of life under the Nazis by drawing upon the personal experiences of ordinary German soldiers and civilians. In this way this book provides a unique insight into what life was like in a totalitarian society.
About the Authors
Matthew Hughes is a lecturer in modern world history at University College, Northmapton. He holds a doctorate in military history from King's College London, he is the author of articles on the Spanish Civil War, World War I, and World War II. He is also the author of 1915: The Lines are Drawn and Allenby and British Strategy in the Middle East 1917-1919. He lives in London.
Chris Mann is a lecturer in European history at the University of Surrey and University College, London. He holds a doctorate in war studies from King's College, London, his area of expertise is Scandinavian military history in the twentieth century. He is the author of Norwegian Armed Forces in Exile 1940-45 and The T-34. He lives in London.
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 1st June 2012
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.9 x 21.6 x 2.2