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It is a translation The Devil's Cave (Bruno, leader of Police publication five) by way of Martin Walker. The translator is Michael Windgassen. Description (in German) below.
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The Pity of all of it is a passionate and poignant historical past of German Jews, tracing the adventure of a humans and their tradition from the mid eighteenth century to the eve of the 3rd Reich. because it is generally informed, the tale of the Jews in Germany starts off on the finish, overshadowed through their tragic dying in Hitler's Reich.
In 1919 Adolf Hitler joined the tiny German staff' social gathering (DAP) in Munich, changing into its chief the next yr and including 'National Socialist' to its identify. therefore the NSDAP, popularly referred to as the Nazi occasion, was once born. All political events had strong-arm squads to guard their conferences from disruption by way of competitors, and the NSDAP was once no exception.
Europa erfahren – Geert Mak auf den Spuren des 20. JahrhundertsGeert Mak, der große Erzähler unter den Historikern unserer Zeit, legt mit diesem Buch sein bisheriges Hauptwerk vor. Seine Geschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts ist als ein Reisebericht angelegt und versteht sich als eine Bestandsaufnahme Europas am Ende eines katastrophenreichen Jahrhunderts.
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It would have been an attractive blurb, no doubt. But it in no way corresponds to the facts. It would be much truer to say that I also--like Gide--had succumbed to the charms of Communism (though platonically, not being such an emotional person as the distinguished Frenchman). Such books as The Lion and the Fox: The Role of the Hero in the Plays of Shakespeare, or The Art of Being Ruled, are records of my tendency to aspire to a classless society and a world in which barbaric social values have no part.
Hitlerism is a simple affair, and it can only be understood in simple terms. If you complicate it, you lose its meaning. Dr Joseph Goebbels gets along with a minimum of theory. For him, what the Nazis have done was what had to be done. They were, and remain, creatures of circumstance. They reacted against events, in the way that their intelligence prompted. They are their milieu, nothing more. It just happened that they were better men (in Goebbels's view) than those who did not react: they were on the spot--he, Hitler, Goering, Frick, Hess, and the rest.
Hitlerian anti-Semitism is new in degree, if not in kind. It coincides with the rise to power of the small mercantile class in Germany, who were in market- place competition with the Jew--not looking down on him from the lofty vantage-ground of the officer-class. My student-senses were sociologically unawakened. They were not exactly afflicted by what happened to this not very tactful member of society (as is the average Jewish bagman) in the way of insulting badinage. And anyway the latter seemed rather to enter into the spirit of it, much as the Scotchman does when his proverbial meanness is the subject of Sassenach pleasantry.