They thought they were free : the Germans, 1933-45 / Milton Mayer ; with a new afterword by Richard J. Evans.
- Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2017. , Â©2017
xii, 378 pages : illustrations, music ; 22 cm
- Germany -- Social conditions -- 1933-1945 -- Case studies.
National characteristics, German.
Jews -- Germany.
- Case studies.
- Interviews with ten former Nazis comprise the core of this penetrating study of the psychological causes of Nazism and their implications for modern Germany.
- Ten men
The lives men lead
Hitler and I
"What would you have done?"
The way to stop communism
"We think with our blood"
The anti-semitic swindle
"Everybody knew." "Nobody knew"
"We Christians had the duty"
The crimes of the losers
"That's the way we are"
But then it was too late
The furies: Heinrich Hilderbrandt
The furies: Johann Kessler
The furies: furor teutonicus
There is no such thing
"Peoria uber alles"
New boy in the neighborhood
Two new boys in the neighborhood
"Like God in France"
But a man must believe in something
The broken stones
The re-educators re-educated
The reluctant phoenix
Tug of peace
"Are we the same as the Russians?"
Marx talds to Michel
The uncalculated risk.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
- Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
Evans, Richard J., writer of afterward.
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