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Nazi terror

the Gestapo, Jews, and ordinary Germans

by Johnson, Eric A.

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Published by Basic Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany.
    • Subjects:
    • Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities,
    • Atrocities -- Germany,
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Germany

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [595]-619) and index.

      StatementEric A. Johnson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD804.G4 J55 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 636 p. :
      Number of Pages636
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6805916M
      ISBN 100465049060
      LC Control Number00269061
      OCLC/WorldCa43320224

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Nazi terror: the Gestapo, Jews, and ordinary Germans User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. In this scholarly book, Johnson (history, Central Michigan Univ.), who has previously written on crime and the administration Nazi terror book justice in modern Germany, strikes a balance between the early Read full review.

What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany - Kindle edition by Johnson, Eric A., Reuband, Karl-Heinz. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany/5(56).

Eric A. Johnson, Author Basic Books $35 (p) ISBN   by Eric A. Johnson ‧ RELEASE DATE: Feb. 15, Johnson concludes that Nazi terror, though a factor, was by no means the sole factor in motivating the German people, many of them moved by anti-Semitism or the thirst for petty revenge, to participate in the Holocaust.

the book’s flaws compete with its meaningful contribution to #. It's always hard to say whether I enjoyed reading a book about Nazi Germany and their treatment of the Jewish people. I Nazi terror book say that I found this book enlightening and educational.

At times it reads like a college text book, but I had to look past that and to focus on the main gist of the book/5. On a fateful day in Mayin Nazi-occupied Strasbourg, seventeen-year- old Pierre Seel was summoned by the Gestapo.

This was the beginning of his journey through the horrors of a concentration nearly forty years, Seel kept this secret in order to hide his homosexuality.

Eventually he decided to speak out, bearing witness to an aspect of the Holocaust rarely seen. The plight of homosexuals was one of the last victims' stories to emerge from the Nazi reign of terror, decades after the events.

With cruel irony, because Having read Elie Wiesel's famous Night this morning, it was a shocking pairing to read Seel's memoir of his own experience in the Nazi concentration camps this afternoon/5. Book Description Basic Books 12/4/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Nazi Terror=: The Gestapo, Jews, and Ordinary Germans.

Book. Seller Inventory # BBS/5(). Read an Excerpt. Chapter One. Locating Nazi Terror: Setting, Interpretations, Evidence. 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 Schäfer on Tuesday, July 6,the first day of his trial before a Cologne jury court for assisting in the deportation of the Pages: What disappointed you about Nazi Terror. The first hour of the book is excruciating.

The topic for this section is how this researcher performed his research and a seemingly endless recitation of other author's works and the conclusions the other authors reached. This book is an academic exercise, not an effort to engage the listener in the.

Based on years of research in Gestapo archives, on more than 1, 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 Pages: The Nazi party is the only political party permitted in Germany, a situation that will last until the military defeat of Germany in Germany thus becomes a one-party dictatorship.

Membership in the party increases to million inand ultimately to million by Mr. Johnson talked about his book [Nazi Terror: The Gestapo, Jews and Ordinary Germans], published by Basic Books. The book examines what life was like in Nazi Germany on a daily basis, and what.

Behind the book was German communist Willi Munzenberg. The book's cover was designed by John Heartfield. The book was published in English in Great Britain in September with a foreword by Dudley Aman, 1st Baron Marley.

External links. Staging Antifascism: The Brown Book of the Reichstag Fire and Hitler Terror, by Anson RabinbachPublication date: August Eric Johnson is a professor of history at Central Michigan University.

He is a specialist in criminology and modern German history. His previous books on the Holocaust includeUrbanization and.

This is an extract from Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action by Matthew Collins with Robbie Mullen. You can read the full story on National Action and buy the book here More about:Author: Matthew Collins. "What We Knew" by Eric A. Johnson and Karl-Heinz Reuband.

Subtitled: "Terror, Mass Murder, and Every Day Life In Nazi Germany". Basic Books, Cambridge, Massachusetts This book was written by a team of authors, one, an American historian and the other, a German by: 3.

A national poll conducted last year found that nearly one-third of the respondents believed that 2 million or fewer Jews had died during the Nazi genocide, when the actual number is closer to 6. Through the storm of Nazi terror, Liebster, a young German Jew, finds a haven in an unexpected source—a unique group of prisoners who wear the purple triangle.

It is a drama of survival, but even more, it is a story of hope and moral courage. The internet exploded yesterday with an exhaustively-researched analysis of the Chinese Virus that was conducted by data scientist Aaron Ginn.

It was such an important, well-documented and well-researched piece that I wrote a piece just about his piece! Many heavy hitters like Bret Baier and Brit Hume were on Twitter touting its importance and relevance.Reviewed by Rochelle Caviness - One of the perennial questions that surrounds the Holocaust is, what role did 'ordinary' Germans play in the prosecution of the Nazi's Final Solution?In Nazi Terror: The Gestapo, Jews, and Ordinary Germans, Eric A.

Johnson tackles this question also tackles the contentious issues surrounding just who were the men of the Gestapo.