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The good Germans

The good Germans

Clay, Catrine, author

After 1933, as the brutal terror regime took hold, most of the two-thirds of Germans who had never voted for the Nazis - some 40 million people - tried to keep their heads down and protect their families. They moved to the country, or pretended to support the regime to avoid being denounced by neighbours, and tried to work out what was really happening in the Reich, surrounded as they were by Nazi propaganda and fake news. They lived in fear. Might they lose their jobs? Their homes? Their freedom? What would we have done in their place? Many ordinary Germans found the courage to resist, in the full knowledge that they could be sentenced to indefinite incarceration, torture or outright execution. Catrine Clay argues that it was a much greater number than was ever formally recorded

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2020
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Statement of responsibility: Catrine Clay
ISBN: 147460787X, 9781474607872
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 404 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
Subject: History.; Germany Politics and government 1933-1945.; Anti-Nazi movement Germany.