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Nazi Terror The Gestapo, Jews, and Ordinary Germans (Paperback)

Author:  Eric A. Johnson
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0465049087
ISBN-13: 9780465049080
Sku: 30665846
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  660
Age Range:  NA
"The Gestapo in Cologne was exceptionally weak. The calm, elderly officers let things come to them and did not undertake any of their own initiatives, " testified Dr. Emanuel Schafer on Tuesday, July 6, 1954, the first day of his trial before a Cologne jury court for assisting in the deportation of the Cologne Jews to the death factories in the east in 1941 and 1942. (from the first line)
Destined to become the classic study of terror in the Nazi dictatorship, and the benchmark for the next generation of Nazi and Holocaust scholarship
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Nazi Terror tackles the central aspect of the Nazi dictatorship head on by focusing on the roles of the individual and of society in making terror work. Based on years of research in Gestapo archives, on more than 1,100 Gestapo and "special court" case files, and on surveys and interviews with German perpetrators, Jewish victims and ordinary Germans who experienced the Third Reich firsthand, Johnson's book settles many nagging questions about who, exactly, was responsible for what, who knew what, and when they knew it. Nazi Terror is the most fine-grained portrait we may ever have of the mechanism of terror in a dictatorship.
The result of prodigious research, this close analysis of the Gestapo examines the methods by which it maintained its hold on the German people and examines the role of ordinary Germans in the Holocaust.


New York Times Book Review
"The great virtue of NAZI the high degree of levelheadedness and common sense, backed by painstaking research, it brings to questions that unfailingly provoke agitated debate." - Barry Gewen 02/20/2000

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0660
Product attributePublisher:   Basic Books (AZ)
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