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1 Sax, Benjamin; Kuntz, Dieter Inside Hitler's Germany: A Documentary History of Life in the Third Reich (Modern History)
Lexington, MA, USA D. C. Heath Publishing 1992 0669250007 / 9780669250008 Reprint Paperback Good 
0669250007 522 pages including black and white illustrations. Avails students and scholars to a collection of source material dealing with various aspects of the political and social history of the Third Reich. An assemblage of 126 documents, many never previously published or translated. Presents entire original documents or extensive offerings therefrom. "Our principle of selection has been wherever possible to reproduce first-hand accounts representing the attitudes and reactions - the roles and options of specific individuals and social groups. The secondary literature on Nazism is extensive, and scholars continue to make important contributions, but these accounts too often leave the student with little sense of the social conditions or the experiences of individuals inside Hitler's Germany. In addition, we have also tried to integrate the history of politics and society with cultural history. Whereas documentary anthologies have concentrated upon political, diplomatic, and military aspects of the Third Reich, we present materials dealing with 1. the ideological content of Nazism and its appeal to various segments of the population, 2. the cultural and social policies of the regime, and 3. the attitudes and reactions of various individuals and groups toward the dictatorship." - from Preface. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding sound. A significant work. 
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