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Underground humour in Nazi Germany, 1933-1945

Author: F K M Hillenbrand
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1995.
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Addresses underground opposition in Germany at the time of the Third Reich. Covert popular defiance in the form of humorous resistance was more widespread than is commonly thought. This collection of  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Humor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F K M Hillenbrand
ISBN: 0415097851 9780415097857
OCLC Number: 29912060
Description: xviii, 297 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Representatives of the Old Order. President von Hindenburg. Secretary of State Dr Meissner. Von Papen. Schacht --
2. Hitler. Background. Hitler's appearance. His path to power. Personal traits. 'Universal genius'. His decline --
3. Other Personalities of the Third Reich. Goring. Goebbels. Hess. Himmler. Rohm. Von Ribbentrop. Ley --
4. Institutions of the Third Reich. The Party. Stormtroopers. SS, police and concentration camps. Judiciary. Civil service. Hitler Youth and BDM. The armed forces --
5. The Jews. The Aryan grandmother. Jewish wit in the Third Reich --
6. Aspects of the Third Reich. Gleichschaltung. Women. Religion. The arts. Health. Agriculture. Education. Nazi language --
7. The Anschluss --
8. The Third Reich as Seen By Others. The British. The French. The Italians. The Americans. The Russians. The Czechoslovakians. The Danes. The Swiss --
9. Hitler's War. The Fuhrer's Volksheer. The Allies. Broadcasting. The War and the German people. Military decline.
Responsibility: F.K.M. Hillenbrand.
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